Monthly Archives: June 2017

The Holy Apostles Peter and Paul

On June 29 the whole Church rejoices for “God has consecrated this day by the martyrdom of the Apostles, Peter and Paul” (Collect). “Truly it is fitting and just, right and profitable to salvation to give Thee thanks always, here … Continue reading

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Who’s Really Responsible for Fr. James Martin’s Revolution?

Let’s be frank: how could flagrant enemies of Christ, dissenters of Catholic doctrinal teaching, be running amok in the barque of the Church today – being promoted to positions of authority or spewing their heretical bile with impunity – if … Continue reading

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Doctors in Britain vote for Abortion, for any reason, up to 28 weeks.

CP&S Update:  The BMA have voted in favour of campaigning for abortion ON DEMAND , for any reason up to 28 weeks. Shame on you BMA.   Public trust in British doctors faces a fundamental threat today that could undermine … Continue reading

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The Secret that Brings Blessing in Your Life

Fr Richard Heilman You want blessing to flow in your life? It’s easy. Follow the coach’s game plan. Any good player, worth his weight in salt, knows that the coach needs players who will, precisely, follow his game plan. In … Continue reading

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For Jesuits Satan no longer exists

CP&S comment – In light of the continuing refusal of Pope Francis to either answer the straightforward questions of the ‘Dubia‘ made public last year, or to even grant an audience to the four Cardinals, co-authors of the Dubia, to discuss … Continue reading

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VIDEO Edward Pentin and Fr Murray on the Five Dubia of the Four Cardinals

The video below from EWTN’s ‘World Over’ has been highlighted by number of Catholic bloggers, including Fr Z who thinks that Ed Pentin is ‘arguably the best English-language Vaticanista in Rome right now’:

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Reflection for the 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Msgr. Charles Pope   The Lord speaks to us today of one of the most central struggles in our life: fear. Yes, fear is one of our deepest drives and though it has a positive purpose, too often we miss … Continue reading

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St. John the Baptist – Defender of Holy Matrimony

Ann Barnhardt: “The following is an EXTREMELY prescient and timely sermon of St. Peter Chrysologous who was a Fifth Century bishop of Ravenna in Italy. For anyone who is following events surrounding the […] relentless attack on marriage, it is … Continue reading

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Pope Francis’ silence is a bold denial of objective truth: former Vatican Bank chief

From LifeSiteNews: Why doesn’t the Pope respond to the Dubia? The former director of the Vatican Bank thinks he knows why. In a biting essay in Italy’s La Verità, translated below, Ettore Gotti Tedeschi suggests that Francis is sending two … Continue reading

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Act of Consecration for the solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

  O Sacred Heart of Jesus, to Thee I consecrate and offer up my person and my life, my actions, trials, and sufferings, that my entire being may henceforth only be employed in loving, honouring and glorifying Thee. This is … Continue reading

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Saint Thomas More: Nothing can come but what God wills.

From today’s Office of Readings for the Feast of St John Fisher and Thomas More, Martyrs: Extract from Saint Thomas More’s letter written in prison to his daughter Margaret (The English Works of Sir Thomas More, London, 1557, p. 1454) … Continue reading

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Francis effect: ‘Courageous priest’ retreats ‘into the longstanding Tradition of the Church’

By Dexter Duggan at The Wanderer: A veteran clergyman described by an admirer as “the most courageous priest in our San Diego Diocese” warned at his pre-retirement party that although the priority of Christianity is saving souls, he was hearing more … Continue reading

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A Morning Laugh!

From Nick Donnelly “The absurdity of Francis’ pontificate in a tweet”

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Saint Aloysius Gonzaga

  On June 21st, the Church celebrates the memorial of Saint Aloysius Gonzaga, a 16th century Jesuit seminarian known for his radiant purity and holiness. He was born March 9, 1568, in Castiglione, Italy, to a wealthy and influential family. … Continue reading

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Pope Francis ignores Cardinals’ request for an audience to discuss Dubia

These are anxious times for the Church. Doctrinal anarchy and unorthodoxy are reigning in Rome. We had hardly caught our breath after the shocking news of the new heretical appointees to the Pontifical Academy of Life, when we hear about this…. … Continue reading

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