Feb. 2014 The Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles is an order of contemplative nuns who live in a cloister and are still climbing music charts. They are set to release an album later this month for Lent.
Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, posted on his blog yesterday the reasons why he is planning to join the Washington DC March for Life this coming Wednesday, January 22. He said: I plan to join the …[More]
Dear Father, In Michael Voris's Vortex, "The Gay Priest Party", I was wondering what you would have done if you had experienced the same thing as that priest who was invited to the party, then be introduced to all the homosexual priests and their partners? And too, remembering they haven't "broken communion with the Roman Pontiff".
Voris, we've heard all this before (thanks to you!)... but we need to hear what is going to be done about it! Sure the priest who went to the chancery will be persecuted...so what happens..everything still remains hidden. How is that helping the priesthood? The Faithful? The Whole Church by keeping it under wraps? If your going to be persecuted then be persecuted for the Truth and be done with it!! Just glad I have the Latin Mass to go to!
Females never should have been put into the sanctuary to begin with. They want to play football with the guys or be construction workers or cops as they do rather than be the woman God made them for, keep destroying your real purpose and the femininity you should be exercising ladies.. Up to you... But Leave the Mass Alone ... That is Not your place.. Never was .. Never will be! This could all be solved by not attending the modern Protestant Novus Ordo and attend and demand the true Mass! The … [More]
Wow...all that $$$$ so we could watch bishops do their 'dance fever' choreographed by an openly homosexual...attend mass with the 'boat altar' and receive communion from paper cups. Money used wisely.. Ugh!
Enough with the 'hand holding'.. 'do not judge', 'we must be sensitive.' It just comes down to plain common sense and in imitation of the saints and apostles who feared nothing at correcting and condemning the sins of others. Had we not been 'so sensitive' in correcting our erring brothers for the past Fifty years, maybe the church and the world wouldn't be where it is now. God help us!
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]
I can't help feeling that having girls or women serving, apart from being a significant break with tradition, is a first step towards women clergy, 'stealth priestesses'. The function of a server is obviously to assist the priest, a good server will … [More]
The Mexican government expects the U. S. to do what they want. But don't even dare an illegal to enter into their own country! They want to send their cesspool of corruption over here. Anyone, including Gomez, who associates with these baby killers and sodomites will have to answer for it!
Distant in thinking: In his interview with the atheist Eugenio Scálfari, Pope Francis made an attempt to find a common ground. Quote: “Do you think we are very far apart?” Scálfari basically said yes: “We are distant in our thinking, but …[More]
The Central Dogma Is the Eucharist Not the Papacy Italy. If you meddle with the Holy Mass, the papacy will collapse. This is the gist of an editorial for RAH di cant tee “Radicati nella Fede” which was translated by “Rorate Caeli”. The text … [More]
FOX NEWS (Sept. 1, 2013) Ten years ago, Kevin Roberts suffered from an addiction that took over his life. Roberts, now 44 years old, would sit eight to 12 hours a day in front of the pale blue glow of his computer, playing a video game. During … [More]