More Roman Catholicism

From October 21, 2013 in Columnists »
In memory of one of the Trumpet’s most redoubtable writers
By Richard Palmer, from October 21, 2013 in Top Stories »
EU Parliament President Martin Schultz visited the Vatican, invited the pope to address the EU, and invoked the memory of Charlemagne.
By Jeremiah Jacques, from October 3, 2013 in Top Stories »
Will the ancient force behind Europe’s restrictions on Sunday commerce give in to the pleas?
By Ron Fraser, from August 26, 2013 in Columnists »
In one of his final papal decrees before resigning, Pope Benedict invoked the term ‘Church of God’ as solely applying to the Roman Church, which he claims is the only true church.
By Jeremiah Jacques, from July 12, 2013 in Top Stories »
Before the Islamic incursion, much of this region was almost completely populated by Christians. Now the last vestiges of Christendom are fleeing in droves.
By Ron Fraser, from July 10, 2013 in Columnists »
What possible connection could there be between recent riots in Brazil, the Vatican’s World Youth Day and Pope Francis?
By Jeremiah Jacques, from June 21, 2013 in Top Stories »
One of history’s most influential and pivotal popes may be accomplishing his greatest works from the grave—but not in the way the Vatican claims.
By Brad Macdonald, from May 14, 2013 in Columnists »
As Europe edges toward mass anarchy and chaos, the Catholic Church is emerging as the key mediator between Europeans and their leaders.