Monthly Archives: July 2017

Polluting Our Common Life

 By Matthew Hanley from The Catholic Thing: Monday, July 31, 2017 A graduate student at the University of Arizona thinks he is a hippopotamus. Well, that’s a sentence I never thought I’d write. He calls himself a “tranimal.” Ordinarily, any … Continue reading

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Reflection for the 17th Sunday of Ordinary Time.

    From: The Benedictine Abbey of Christ in the Desert.(https://christdesert.org)     FIRST READING 1 Kings 3:5, 7-12 The LORD appeared to Solomon in a dream at night. God said, Ask something of me and I will give it … Continue reading

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Italian Pro-Abortionist Speaks in Church; Catholics Ejected, Silenced.

Despite strong protests, local Caritas office sponsors Emma Bonino to speak on immigration with the approval of the parish priest while the local bishop chooses to remain silent. Edward Pentin In the face of strong opposition, one of Italy’s most … Continue reading

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Where Does Pope Francis Really Stand on Contraception?

From 1Peter5: Originally published in February, 2017, we are re-posting this today in light of dismissals by some media outlets that the Vatican would ever consider a new, contraception-friendly pastoral “re-interpretation” of Humanae Vitae. The nature of the statements and gestures … Continue reading

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How one priest saved countless souls in the First World War

Being a great fan of Father Willie Doyle SJ (1873-1917) I was delighted to read a wonderful tribute to this holy, lovable Irish priest and military chaplain during WW1 in the UK Catholic Herald this morning. Also, I highly recommend … Continue reading

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The Lake Garda Interviews: Michael Matt and Dr Joseph Shaw

From RTV: In this latest installment of The Lake Garda Interviews, Michael chats with Oxford fellow and chairman of the Latin Mass Society of England and Wales, Dr. Joseph Shaw: – What’s happening with the traditional movement in the UK? – … Continue reading

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Blessed Titus Brandsma, O.Carm. (July 26, 1942) – 75th Anniversary

Titus Brandisma is the Patron of UK Catholic Bloggers, so it is fitting that on this day we remember him. Father Titus Brandsma, a Carmelite friar and prominent Dutch scholar, was one of the over 1,000 Catholic priests who perished … Continue reading

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The Knowledge of the Glory of God

Today is the feast of St James, the Greater, Apostle of Our Lord. The title “the Greater” was added to St. James’ name to help distinguish him from the Apostle James “the Less,” who is believed to have been shorter … Continue reading

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Those who do not know Benedict XVI (or who know him too well)

from: Monday Vatican. (http://www.mondayvatican.com) By Andrea Gagliarducci On 24 luglio 2017 · The frenzy generated around the letter that Benedict XVI sent to the funeral of Cardinal Joachim Meisner, Archbishop Emeritus of Cologne, and his longtime friend, reveals much of … Continue reading

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The Church and the Darnel

CP&S: This post, from Dom Hugh at Douai Abbey I found both thrilling and chilling. I hope our readers will gain as much insight from todays Gospel as I have.   by Father Hugh Somerville-Knapman.O.S.B. (https://hughosb.com) When one gets a … Continue reading

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Reflection for the 16th Sunday of Ordinary Time

From: The Benedictine Monastery of Christ in the Desert FIRST READING            Wisdom 12:13, 16-19 There is no god besides you who have the care of all, that you need show you have not unjustly condemned.  For your might is the … Continue reading

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Bishop Schneider: The interpretation of Vatican II and its connection with the current crisis of the Church

  By Bishop Athanasius Schneider Special to Rorate Caeli July 21, 2017   The interpretation of Vatican II and its connection with the current crisis of the Church The current situation of the unprecedented crisis of the Church is comparable … Continue reading

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Spanish Cathedral Targetted for Reversing the Reconquista

NEWS ANALYSIS: The Cathedral of Córdoba has become a battleground in the campaign to reduce the influence of the Church in Spain and beyond. Matthew E. Bunson The Cathedral of Córdoba, officially titled the Cathedral of Our Lady of the … Continue reading

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The Sodomite Cabal in the Vatican Must Be Obliterated and Scattered to the Winds

Stlouiscatholic writes: The sodomite cabal in the Vatican must be obliterated and scattered to the winds. By whom, though?* That’s a good question, as there isn’t a question of a lavender mafia inside the Vatican; the lavender mafia runs the … Continue reading

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The Garda Interviews

New from Remnant TV… As part of Remnant TV’s documentary on the 25th Anniversary of the Roman Forum in Gardone Riviera, Italy, Michael Matt interviews Vatican journalist and premier Rome correspondent, Edward Pentin, as well as King’s College’s renowned professor … Continue reading

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