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What is the National Catholic Reporter’s Real Agenda?

What is the National Catholic Reporter’s Real Agenda?


The National Catholic Reporter (NCR) dissented from definitive Catholic teaching when it endorsed homosexual marriage. The Catechism of the Catholic Church states that “homosexual acts are intrinsically disordered…[and] under no circumstances can they be approved.”

The “Catholic” lay operated national newsweekly said, "The ruling by the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts allowing same-sex civil marriage is a beneficial step along the path of human understanding and human rights."

As a Special Commentary Columnist for NewsMax during the height of the Catholic scandal in 2002, I first became acquainted with NCR because of the lay-group Voice of the Faithful (VOTF).

In the summer of 2002, I received this e-mail from a NewsMax reader:

“Could you please direct me to a reliable assessment of the group Voice of the Faithful? A local ‘chapter’ is meeting this afternoon in Nashville, and it has been characterized by a local priest…

Long Live Christ the King

Thursday-Sunday through Oct. 21 – Quo Vadis Theatre Company presents “Viva Cristo Rey” – This original play by Cal Gallagher and Fred Martinez is about the story of Father Miguel Pro in the 1930s Mexico. Co-directed by Estelle Piper and Gary Laidlaw.. 8 p.m., Thursday-Saturday, 8 p.m. and 2 p.m., Sunday. Historic Hoover Theatre, 1635 Park Ave. $12-$15, 252-3530 or quovadistheatre.org


Viva Cristo Rey! The Story of Fr. Miguel Pro will be staged in October by the Quo Vadis Theatre Company in San Jose, CA. Quo Vadis is a Catholic theater company that puts on plays with Catholic themes and content and contemporary plays that explore issues of faith, morality, and humanity. The company is comprised of a group of Catholic men and women who have all been involved in drama in one capacity or another – Their avowed mission is to enlighten, edify, educate, and enrich the viewing audience, and to provide Catholic playwrights, actors, and other theatre-oriented persons a friendly platform for their…