Monthly Archives: May 2018

The Visitation: Mary visits Elizabeth

  FEAST OF THE VISITATION FROM A COMMENTARY ON THE GOSPEL OF ST. LUKE BY ST. AMBROSE, BISHOP* When the angel revealed his message to the Virgin Mary he gave her a sign to win her trust. He told her … Continue reading

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Why was Pope Francis silent on Ireland voting for abortion?

May 30, 2018 From LifeSiteNews: While the world reeled at the alleged comments Pope Francis recently made on homosexuality, it also noticed the pontiff’s deafening silence on Ireland’s now-lost abortion referendum. Pope Francis allegedly told a male victim of priestly … Continue reading

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Franciscans of the Immaculate Win Important Legal Battle

Franciscan of Immaculate marching for life. New points for victory, but without a rethinking in the Vatican there seem no end to the torments in sight.   (Rome) The Franciscans of the Immaculate, oppressed by the Congregation of Religious with … Continue reading

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Ireland Elects to Annihilate Its Future

by K. V. TURLEY Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world, The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere The ceremony of innocence is drowned… Almost one hundred years ago the Irish poet W.B. … Continue reading

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Taking the long view on the right to life in Ireland

What has changed, can change again. By David Quinn at Mercatonet: The pro-choice movement in Ireland won as emphatic a victory on Friday as the pro-life movement did in 1983. What was the response of the pro-choice side to their heavy defeat … Continue reading

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Can a Pope Change Moral Truth?

Can a Pope Change Moral Truth? Patrick J. Buchanan That joking retort we heard as children, “Is the pope Catholic?” is starting to look like a serious question. Asked five years ago about a “gay lobby” in the Vatican, Pope … Continue reading

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Reflection for Trinity Sunday-Cycle B, 2018

FIRST READING            Deuteronomy 4:32-34, 39-40 Moses said to the people:  “Ask now of the days of old, before your time, ever since God created man upon the earth; ask from one end of the sky to the other:  Did anything … Continue reading

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“Church Militant: The Forgotten Truth”

Join with me in suffering, like a good soldier of Christ Jesus – (2 Timothy 2:3) ***** Here below is the outstanding sermon that Bishop Athanasius Schneider gave in the hall below the Church of St Mary Moorfields, London, after the … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a Coverup: An Open Letter to Pope Francis

“It is the Argentine attitude: Suppress and ignore”—V.S. Naipaul ‘I was part of the problem‘ Pope Francis was quoted telling the Chile abuse victims. Written by Elizabeth Yore and originally posted on The Remnant: Your Holiness, No. You weren’t part … Continue reading

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Ireland votes for radically permissive laws in the country regarding abortion.

The result would pave the way for radically permissive laws in the country Two exit polls suggest the Irish have overwhelmingly voted against keeping the Eighth Amendment to their constitution, paving the way for the introduction of radically permissive abortion … Continue reading

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Sorting out confusing, contradictory messages from priests

Father Z answers a question from a reader… QUAERITUR: Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to ask you a question since I know you are knowledgable and do not lead souls astray. My question is not meant to vent … Continue reading

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Please Pray for Ireland!

From Catholicism.Org: This Friday, May 25th, the Republic of Ireland will hold a national referendum on the proposed repeal of the Eighth Amendment to the Irish Constitution, which guarantees the right to life of the unborn child. A corrupt Irish … Continue reading

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Mary Wagner prisoner of conscience makes plea to Ireland

From Frontpage.org: Mary Wagner is a bold advocate for the life of the unborn baby. She has been arrested numerous times since 2012 in her native Canada for praying and handing out red roses, along with information pamphlets about the … Continue reading

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Cardinal Sarah’s Homily to the Chartres Pilrgims

From Gregory Dipippo at The New Liturgical Movement:   With the kind permission of His Eminence Robert Cardinal Sarah, prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, we here publish an English translation of the homily … Continue reading

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A Bishop calls on his brother Bishops to celebrate the Traditional Pontifical Mass, TLM

22 May 2018, posted by Father Z on his blog,   A few bishops have blogs. A few blogs of bishops are worth looking at. Here is a blog post on a bishop’s blog which every bishop should read. Most Rev. … Continue reading

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