Open Letter to Confused Catholics: Chapter 16

“Neo-Modernism or the Undermining of the Faith” The Revolution, it has been said, expresses “the hatred of all order that has not been established by man, and in which he is not both king and god.” At its origin we find that pride which had already been the cause of Adam’s sin. The revolution withinIn […]

Respect for the Most Holy Eucharist — Part II

Read Part I here. Thanks be to God, most people where I’ve been are generally respectful, but there have been some terrible abuses to the Eucharist reported over the years. For example, it was horrifying to read in The Wanderer some years ago about pastors finding consecrated Hosts stuck beneath the pews like chewing gum […]

When there is a wound, steps must be taken to heal it.

Excerpted from my weekly offering at One Peter Five: […] Priests have the right to say three Masses on Christmas even without the canonical tolerance of them doing so on other days for pastoral reasons. And because the Gospel of … Read More →

‘Universal Vaccination a Moral Imperative’

Cardinal Blase Cupich of Chicago recently published on the archdiocesan website his article couched as “good news.” But is there really any “good news” for the abortion-tainted jabs that he pushes? He promotes the jab under the ruse of being a moral imperative. His article suffices for just another slick propaganda piece to advance the abortion-tainted vaccines for COVID-19. The article makes […]

Future at risk for historic chapel in Antarctica

Chapel of the Snows, McMurdo Station, Antarctica. / Alan Light via Flickr (CC BY 2.0). Denver Newsroom, Dec 25, 2021 / 15:00 pm (CNA). The coronavirus pandemic has suspended efforts to save the Chapel of the Snows at McMurdo Station, the hub of… […]