Tag Archives: Catholic tradition

Wherein a priest alumnus of the North American College responds. Wherein Fr. Z rants.

From Fr Z’s Blog: This is NOT a representation or subtle comment on the writer. Keep reading and you’ll get why there is a picture of a Horned Lizard here. From an alumnus of the North American College (US seminary … Continue reading

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‘Traditionis’: a picture is worth a thousand words

From Fr Z’s Blog: This is one of the most beautiful expressions of “full, conscious and active” participation at Mass that I have ever seen. It is another way, a silent but outward way, to express those amazing words: “My … Continue reading

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Clarity from @Card_R_Sarah

From Fr Z’s blog: Exactly. Inculturation is inevitable and necessary and a nature dynamic of who we are as Catholic Christians. But inculturation must be properly understood and applied. There is a two-way street between the influence of the world … Continue reading

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The Ancient Mass is the Future. Traditional Catholics are the most Faithful.

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Cardinal Burke: we must confront lies

Confusion in the Church often borders on error The best term to describe the current state of the Church is confusion, which has its origin in the lack of respect for the truth. Each of us, according to his vocation in … Continue reading

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Dedication of the Basilica of SS Peter and Paul – 18th November

From “Venite Prandete” on Facebook THE TOMB OF SAINT PETER Christian tradition and historical writings tell us that the saints Peter and Paul journeyed to Rome where they preached Christ’s message during the Roman persecutions. An ancient Christian story relates … Continue reading

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Pope Seeks Public Benefits for Sodomy – Bishops Consent?

From Whispers of Restoration: Here at Whispers, we aren’t a Catholic News Site – but this is another one of those “seriously?” moments. Please permit us. In all gravity, Dear Bishops… …Why aren’t any of you coming out of your … Continue reading

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Belloc on Observing Christmas

           John Cuddeback at Bacon from Acorns: Christmas is not the birth of Christ; what the birth of Christ was, and is, will never change. Christmas is a celebration, a remembrance and marking of the birth … Continue reading

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Young Traditional Catholics deserve answers, not scorn

By Dr Joseph Shaw at Rorate Caeli: Recent days have seen one of those waves of attacks on Traditional Catholics on social media. I have responded to one aspect of it, that of simple charity, with a Twitter-thread you can see … Continue reading

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When will my Church feel like ‘home’ once more?

Michael nails it again! Here’s a transcript of the video: We’ve received quite a bit of email, and Facebook comments, the vast majority of it sympathetic, about the theme we stressed last week in a couple of Vortex episodes about … Continue reading

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