- Apr 5, 2020
U.S. Cardinal Raymond L. Burke has resigned from the Dignitatis Humanae Institute, saying it has become “more and more identified with the political program” of Steve Bannon.
The Italian ministry for culture has revoked a license it granted to the Dignitatis Humanae Institute to manage a state-owned historic monument south of Rome, citing irregularities in the bidding process and a breach of contract.
Catholic bishops across Europe encouraged their faithful to go to the polls in late May to elect members of the European Parliament who would promote unity and take seriously the power of the European Union to do good in the world.
Steve Bannon, the architect behind U.S. President Donald Trump’s election, has said he intends to spark a populist revolution in the Catholic Church and that he has more than one bone to pick with the Vatican, insisting they’ve got it wrong on issues such as the clerical sexual abuse scandals, China and populism.
At a conference at a pontifical university in Rome populism is presented as a “malady” but there may still be time for a cure.
Former Trump advisor Steve Bannon lashed out against Pope Francis and the Catholic Church over immigration on Sunday.