Tag Archives: Call To Holiness

Traditionis Custodes: A Blessing in Disguise?

By Robert B. Greving at Crisis Magazine: As the saying goes, when life gives you lemons, make a whiskey sour. To this extent, Traditionis Custodes may be a blessing in disguise in the long run. Let me explain.   Two things seem clear … Continue reading

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Dante and the glory of God in man

By Fr Charles Fox at Catholic World Report: The Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri (c 1265-1321), who died 700 years ago this year, takes the poet on an epic journey from earth to the utter depths of hell, on a long climb … Continue reading

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Cardinal Burke: Church is ‘experiencing one of the greatest crises she has ever known’

From LifeSiteNews: Cardinal Raymond Burke told a sold-out Catholic conference in Detroit last weekend that “there is no question that the Church is currently experiencing one of the greatest crises which she has ever known.” “Today perhaps as at no time … Continue reading

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