Catholic countries with right-wing dictatorships are, de facto, colonies of the Vatican, making it the world’s last great colonial power.
Frequently the Church succeeds in intimidating the most powerful newspapers and often the facts suppressed have great social significance.
There is a mountain of evidence that the bishops enjoyed great success in killing American political will through implementation of their Pastoral Plan.
The Catholic Church's preoccupation with power stems from some of the most sensitive and important social issues of our day.
The Vatican believes that if the solutions to the population problem are applied, the dominance of Vatican power will soon wither.
The antiabortion movement in the United States was created in response to the US Supreme Court ruling on Roe v. Wade in 1973, which legalized…
The Vatican acts in part, often soundlessly and most effectively, through a relatively small number of Americans who give the Church their loyalty.
In spite of the purely religious image that it endeavors to put forward, the Vatican is deeply involved in international politics and finance.
Many Americans are victims of the illusion, carefully crafted, that the Catholic bishops have no significant influence on American presidents.
The Catholic hierarchy is willing to compromise with government so long as its own special areas of power are respected.