InfoVaticana is a Spanish Catholic news website. The Vatican has hired a pro-homosexual law firm that has previously represented Planned Parenthood to try to force InfoVaticana to hand over its domain.
The Vatican claims that because InfoVaticana uses the word “Vatican” in it, the Church has the right to control it. The Vatican has hired the law firm Baker & McKenzie, which, in addition to being openly supportive of homosexuality, has even represented the abortion company Planned Parenthood.
The prelate behind this lawsuit? Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin, rumored to be liberals’ top pick to be the next pope.
InfoVaticana publishes pro-life, pro-family, Catholic news. It’s reported on the shocking scandals that have come out of the Vatican during this pontificate: the awarding of a prominent medal to an abortion activist, homosexual tyranny and the suppression of faithful Catholic clergy, the Knights of Malta’s contraception distribution, and the disastrously confusing Amoris Laetitia, to name a few.
InfoVaticana’s mission is to “deepen the denunciation of Christianophobia and the corruption that the Church uses, the rejection of the totalitarian impositions of the powerful LGBT lobby and the support of our brothers, the persecuted Christians.”
This small news website now faces an expensive lawsuit from the “progressive” power players inside the Vatican.
As the Lepanto Institute’s Michael Hichborn put it, telling a Vatican news site to change its name “would be like the Federal Government of the United States telling USA Today that it must hand over its name and web domain to the US government because the use of ‘USA’ is exclusive to the government.”
Catholic journalists shouldn’t be punished just for reporting what’s really going on at the Vatican!