Rorate Caeli reports in the translated story,

The priest and former Nicaraguan foreign secretary Miguel D´Escoto Brockmann said tday [Tuesday] that Cuban leader Fidel Castro is a chosen man of God to convey the message of the Holy Spirit in Latin America.

The Vatican may silence everyone, then God will make the stones speak, and may the stones spread his message, but He didn’t do this, He chose the greatest Latin-American of all time: Fidel Castro,” the religious, 81 years old, declared today to Channel 4 in the local [Nicaraguan] television.

On the day after the Vatican announced they’d lifted the suspension applied by Pope John Paul II, Fr. added,

It is through Fidel Castro that the Holy Spirit sends us the message. This message of Jesus, of the need to struggle to establish, firmly and irreversibly, the kingdom of God on this earth, which is his alternative to the empire.



Building Christ’s Kingdom on Earth



The Prophet

Furious English blogger, Mundabor makes this concise statement in response to the news of rehabilitated Sandinista priest, Fr. Miguel D’Escoto Brockmann:

“This is a priest in good standing, according to Pope Francis. The FFI is still persecuted, one of its founders still kept in seclusion and slandered.”


Francis Reinstates JPII’s Liberation Theologist Sandinista

For eleven years California native, suspended Fr. D’Escoto was foreign minister for Nicaragua’s socialist Ortega government where he lent his influence to communists and terrorists around the world praising the likes of Fidel Castro.

In his young pontificate, Pope Francis has begun to rehabilitate radical Latin American priests. He invited Liberation Theology founder Gustavo Guttierrez to meet with him in Rome and now has revived the priestly faculties of a priest who called Ronald Reagan a butcher.


Capitalism is not our way, the Way of the Gospel Must Prevail!

Today’s Vatican is worried that religious are living in ignorance of economic realities. “Gratuity, fraternity and justice” are the basic principles essential to “an evangelical economy of sharing and communion,” said Prefect of Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life, Cardinal Joao Braz de Aviz.

Catholic News Service is reporting that the Cardinal and Secretary published a circular letter on the use of financial resources by religious orders, telling the communities they must “adopt modern budgeting and bookkeeping practices and ensure their expenditures are for ministries in line with their founding purpose and the good of the whole church.” They recommend getting professional outside audits of their books.

The letter also explains,

Because the most pressing needs of the Church and society may change over time, every order must “define which works and activities to pursue, which to eliminate or modify” and what new areas of ministry they should try to develop.

Delegating and disseminating financial information will help to “verify the real degree of personal and communal poverty” in the order, the letter says. The Cardinal then warns against ‘capitalism’ telling religious orders around the world that, “We live in a culture that considers capitalism to be the law that governs the use of money,” he said. “For religious, it should not be this way. It is the Gospel that must prevail.”


We want a professional outside audit and a proposal to revamp your ministries.

We want a professional outside audit and a proposal to revamp your ministries.




Iraqi Patriarch Speaks the Truth

Iraqi Patriarch Sako has asked Pope Francis to encourage world powers to stop providing economic aid and military partnerships to Islamists. The Iraqi Christians, after years of American involvement, are left completely without powerful support.

Asia News reports, “These “powers”, which Mar Sako does not mention directly, should ” vigorously exercise their pressure” on those who provide “economic support” and entertain “military ties” with the Islamists. The objective is to “cut the roots of violence and radicalisation.”

“His Beatitude notes that Iraqi Christians have a “vital need for emergency humanitarian aid” as well as “real, effective and permanent protection.”


He will be beheaded because he is Kaffir

“He will be beheaded because he is Kaffir, non-Muslim, sided [with] the government and was not praying at all. Everyone like him will have the same end, beheading.” Those are the words of a Syrian Islamist who sawed off the head of a man after forcing him to “deny his faith and salute Mohammed as “the messenger of God.” The Christian Post reports, “The incident was caught on video for the world to see and broadcast as a warning to “everyone like him.”


Rainbow Sash Joins the Bishops

The Catholic dissident Rainbow Sash Movement is announcing, “Attempts to work with the Catholic Bishops where we can should be attempted, as long as they do not single out LGBT families for condemnation when it concerns immigration policy.” The group is urging common cause in condemning Republicans for their ‘fear-mongering directed at innocent children.’

The Rainbow Sash wire reads, “This is a pro life issue. Since Pope Francis has become Pope he is making the social gospel equivalent to poverty relief, conflict resolution, human trafficking, and the environment, as well as immigrant rights.”


Celebrating unity in our diversity

Celebrating unity in our diversity