I have refuted all the other charges of heresy the filial ones have made against the Holy Father. And you will recall, dear reader, I often had the difficulty in finding out exactly where in the text of Amoris Laetitia they think they find those notions. This is because they do sloppy work. Read more

What is this stumper of a question? you ask. Here it is: Would you save one thousand embryos or one child in a fire? Really? That’s it? This is the question that’s supposed to confound us? This is the question that gets Raw Story in a heat of excitement and Mr. Tomlinson many new followers on Twitter? Really? Read more

At LMS Chairman, Dr. Joseph Shaw declares a death sentence on Ultra­montanism. As evi­dence, he cites so-called conflicting statements on capital punishment be­tween Pius XII and Pope Francis. Ah! The Protestant gotcha schtick. Catholic trad types play that game too. Read more

Give The Correctors credit for consistency. So far, in their self-styled “filial correction” of Pope Francis, they have been batting a consistent .000. Read more

Wrong information is being given out at Fake Site News. (The credulous call it Life Site.) That could be a lede on any day, but their latest nonsense about the Holy Father—that he some­how approves of same-sex civil unions—is so bad it spans parallel universes beyond what we’ve learned to expect from them. And now CRISIS!!! has joined them in this false report. Read more

Given its sterling and unbroken record for inaccuracy, perhaps we should be referring to the “filial correction” as the Not Correctio. It would at least be a step in the direction of honesty. Read more

The fourth charge of heresy the filial correction lays at the feet of Pope Francis is that he somehow thinks obedience to God is a sin. Really? Read more

In listing supposed heresies of Pope Francis in Amoris Laetitia, the authors of the filial correction never tell us where in the text they are to be found. That’s very sloppy work indeed. Read more

The filial correction is a work, says the National Catholic Reporter, of “mainly obscure figures,” and yet it claims to find seven heresies in Amoris Laetitia. Read more

Edward Pentin breathlessly says this is the first filial correction since 1333. I mean, wow. Let us cry over Jerusalem, shall we? Read more

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