Monthly Archives: December 2021

Profile in Cowardice: How Catholic Leaders Botched the Abortion-Linked COVID Vaccines

By Joshua Charles at The Stream: “Thus says the Lord God, Behold, I am against the shepherds; and I will require my sheep at their hand.” (Ezekiel 34:10) When I arrived at the White House to work as a writer … Continue reading

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St. Thomas Becket shows us the key to overcoming tyranny

By Philip Kosloski at Aleteia: The example of St. Thomas Becket is a powerful one, highlighting the moral strength and courage he had in the face of fierce opposition. When faced with oppression, whether it comes from the government, or … Continue reading

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The Feast of the Holy Innocents Is About Murder, Not Immigration

The Church’s vestments on Dec. 28 are red because blood was shed, not because the Holy Family fled. John Grondelski at NCR Blogs: Dec. 28 is the Feast of the Holy Innocents. Three days after Christmas, the Church recalls those … Continue reading

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At St Germain (France), Catholics celebrate Christmas before the closed doors of a church because of the obstinate will of Pope Francis

From Rorate Caeli: “Mary gave birth to her firstborn son. She wrapped him in swaddling clothes and laid him in a manger, because there was no room for them in the inn. Now there were shepherds in that region living … Continue reading

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Sunday Readings and Reflections

Sunday, December 26 The Holy Family – Feast Roman Ordinary calendar St. Stephen 1st book of Samuel 1,20-22.24-28. She conceived, and at the end of her term bore a son whom she called Samuel, since she had asked the LORD for him. The next … Continue reading

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May the Holy Family be a consolation to victims of COVID tyranny this Christmas: Abp. Viganò

(LifeSiteNews) – “Come, O Wisdom, who orders earthly events; come to teach the way of prudence and of glory.”  These words are taken from a very ancient hymn for Advent which dates to the eighth century. In them the Christian soul … Continue reading

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In Dulci Jubilo

Wishing all our readers the joys, blessings and peace of Christmas. May the eternal love of the Divine Infant Jesus, born in Bethlehem to show mankind the way to Heaven, fill your homes this holy Christmas season.

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Christmas Eve: A Day for the Saints 

By Father Raymond J de Souza at the National Catholic Register: Ready for All Saints Day? It’s Christmas Eve after all. Let me explain – and introduce the Roman Martyrology. The Roman Martyrology is an overlooked liturgical book — not nearly as well … Continue reading

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Preserving Christ’s Birthplace: Restoration of Church of the Nativity Nears Completion

In the restoration of the ancient stone church there is still important work to be done. National Catholic Register, Michele Chabin, December 23, 2021 BETHLEHEM, West Bank — In 2013, parts of the Church of the Nativity, built atop the … Continue reading

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Fr Z: Hey! Typos happen.

From Fr Z’s blog: This is rather amusing…. This is a screenshot from the Bolletino on 18 December 2021, which had the infamous Responses. Let’s look at the last part more closely, with some emphasis. As of the time of … Continue reading

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EXCLUSIVE: Bishop Schneider on Latest Vatican Crackdown on Tradition

Written by  Diane Montagna | Vatican Journalist  ROME, December 22, 2021 (The Remnant) In his first print interview since the release of the Responsa ad dubia (“Response to doubts”) on certain provisions of Pope Francis’ Traditionis Custodes by the Congregation for Divine … Continue reading

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Today’s Global Health Tyranny Is the Consequence of Erasing God From Society and Laws, Says Archbishop Viganò

From Edward Pentin: Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò has again become one of very few Church leaders to draw attention to the spiritual dimension of current events, saying the totalitarian policies extending across the globe in the guise of bio-security are … Continue reading

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The Silent Knight

Medieval writers did not diminish the importance of Joseph’s active life even as they praised his meditative nature. St. Bernard highlighted the humility of this descendant of kings who did not scorn manual work to support his family, and, even … Continue reading

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Will Traditionalists Wave the White Flag?

From Les Femmes – The Truth: Yesterday was the Christmas Massacre coming from the Vatican. Supposedly responding to dubia (questions) about the implementation of the Motu Proprio, Traditionis Custodes, coming from a handful of bishops, the Vatican Congregation on Worship responded. … Continue reading

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Sunday Readings and Reflections

Sunday, December 19 Fourth Sunday of Advent Roman Ordinary calendar Bl. Urban V Book of Micah 5,1-4a. The LORD says : You, Bethlehem-Ephrathah, too small to be among the clans of Judah, From you shall come forth for me one who is to … Continue reading

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