Remains of Roman temple found under Milan Cathedral:(Archaeology News Network)Jan. 29, 2014 The announcement was made Wednesday during the presentation of other archaeological finds, the remains of the ancient Mediolanum Forum discovered … [More]
A leaked document out of the SSPX gives an assist to Michael's contention that given the global apostasy and cultural chastisement at hand, it is time to lay down our swords against each other and unite in defense of Holy Mother Church.
Let no man deceive you with vain words. For because of these things cometh the anger of God upon the children of unbelief. Be ye not therefore partakers with them. (Eph 5: 6,7) ........ And he said to his disciples: It is impossible that scandals should not come: but woe to him through whom they come. It were better for him, that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and he cast into the sea, than that he should scandalize one of these little ones. Take heed to yourselves. If thy brother sin … [More]
Painting ~Christ Driving the Money Changers from the Temple (El Greco, Minneapolis) Contrary to much popular belief, the catchphrase "hate the sin but love the sinner" is not of biblical origin, and caution should be given to its connotations. The … [More]
Bishop Fellay on Pope Francis“We have in front of us a genuine Modernist!”by John VennariCatholic Family NewsBishop Bernard Fellay warned on October 12, “The situation of the Church is a real disaster, and the present Pope is making it 10,00 …[More]
Waste and external consulting were among the issues addressed at Francis’ meeting with the eight-member Council of Cardinals. The Pope’s advisor task force also discussed the possibility of nominating a moderator of the Curia Giacomo Galeazzi vatican … [More]
(9/19/13) By American Orthodox Institute (Catholic Online) Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew expressed his unequivocal terms that the Orthodox Church cannot sanction same-sex-marriage. This is bound to make some of the Orthodox Progressives squirm … [More]
An answer from St. Alphonsus Liguori - (the patron of confessors and the Doctor of Morals) After imploring confessors to take time to instruct and encourage the penitent he states, "But some will say, 'If we treat sinners in this manner a great … [More]
My friends know who I am and you're not my friend.
"Why do you hide your identity?"
I'm under the witness protection plan
"Are you ashamed of you ashamed of your rude behavior?"
I am not ashamed of what I've written.
Are you ashamed of being a hypocrite by pretending to be a bible thumping Christian yet you violate the very clear teaching of Sacred Scripture in your apparel which is cut well above your knee and your 'out of the bottle' ghetto-trashy hair … [More]
Once the symbol of a congregation founded by Robert Schuller, the cathedral is now part of a church with rites and traditions that span centuries. Los Angeles Times: By Rick Rojas Towering like the Emerald City, the cathedral formerly known as … [More]
While perusing the internet, there was a video by a young college girl describing the experience she found while attending the Latin Mass. NewCatholicGeneration.com, is an organization composed of all Catholic Teenagers on YouTube testifying to … [More]
(Sept. 6, 2013)A Georgian Monk has lived up a 131 ft. pillar of rock for 20 years in a lonely quest to get closer to God. by: Matthew Day Maxime Qavtaradze is following in the ancient traditions of the Stylites, or Pillar Saints: men of the … [More]
History of Maria Bambina - (September 8th) The simulacrum (image) was modeled in wax in 1735 by Sister Chiara Fornari (1697-1744), superior of the Poor Clare Sisters in Todi, Italy. Life size waxen images of both the Infant Jesus and the Infant … [More]
When do we see a priest look at the consecrated Host like Padre Pio? Rarely!! Hopefully those priests out there who celebrate guitar messes, hootenany messes LISTEN to this! The Mass is a Sacrifice..not a meal.
Photo ~-Vatican II opened up the Church...and the people left!The Second Vatican Council: An Unwritten Story is a total vindication of the traditionalist critique of the Council and its relation to the current state of the Church. Using only … [More]
The Trial of the Talmud: Paris, 1240, by John Friedman, Jean Connell (2012)
In 1240, King Louis IX of France took the unusual step of holding a trial for the Talmud. Books rarely received judicial proceedings, but Pope Gregory IX was urging European leaders To take action against the big book of law and lore that is both central to rabbinic Judaism and, according to Gregory, potentially offensive to all Christendom.