Tag Archives: Pope Benedict XVI

Archbishop Viganò Embraces the Call for a Great Catholic Reset

CP&S comment: We are re-blogging the following ”FROM ROME” article to publish some of Abp.Viganò’s most recent comments, and therefore its considered interest to our readers, whilst distancing ourselves in part from some of the author’s final conclusions. Whether Pope … Continue reading

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Stigmatist visionary: The 3rd Secret of Fatima will be revealed at the height of a war with Russia 

John Henry Westen, co-founder and editor-in-chief of LifeSiteNews.com, has brought these amazing prophecies from 2012 to our attention. They are particularly amazing given the current events and circumstances we are now living in today ten years later, where the stage … Continue reading

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Sunday Readings and Reflections

Sunday, March 6 First Sunday of Lent Roman Ordinary calendar St. Colette Book of Deuteronomy 26,4-10. Moses spoke to the people saying: “The priest shall then receive the basket from you and shall set it in front of the altar of the LORD, … Continue reading

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What is Behind the Papal Strangulation of the Old Mass? 

At the commencement of Lent this time last year, many Catholics were looking forward to deepening their Faith through traditional Lenten practices and attending the God-centred, beautiful and incomparable Liturgy of the Mass of the Ages. Tragically, due to Pope … Continue reading

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In D. London – “Smash the Olds! Replace them with the News!” 

Another insightful analysis from the great Father Z on the spineless bishops and their minions’ persistent intent to change the Church’s teaching to suit their communist agenda. First they need to get rid of the Mass of the Ages through … Continue reading

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The Vatican’s Synod on Synodality has opened a backdoor for heretics to guide the Church

(Lepanto Institute) – The 2021-2023 Synod on Synodality is in full swing and faithful Catholics are rightly very concerned about what it portends. In his recent article at 1 Peter 5, Matt Gaspers, of Catholic Family News, summarized much of the … Continue reading

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Benedict’s Advisors Provide Analysis on Munich Abuse Report, Rebutting Criticisms: Full Text

The three German canonists and an attorney present each criticism along with an explanatory response in the form of a ‘fact-check.’ Edward Pentin at the NCRegister:  VATICAN CITY — Since the Munich report on clergy sexual abuse was issued last month, Benedict … Continue reading

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Francis has Stolen the Holy Catholic Mass from us AGAIN!

CP&S comment. Since the publication of ‘Traditionis custodes’, an Apostolic letter promulgated by (Pope) Francis on 16th July 2021 restricting the celebration of the Tridentine Mass, there has been an outcry of indignation from Catholics all over the world. The resurgence … Continue reading

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Ex Anglican Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali converts to Catholicism

By Damian Thompson at The Spectator: Michael Nazir-Ali, the former Bishop of Rochester and one of the best-known Anglican clerics, could be ordained as a Catholic priest as early as next month. The conversion of such a high-profile intellectual would … Continue reading

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The Latin Mass Is The Future Of The Catholic Church

By John Daniel Davidson at The Federalist: You don’t have to know the entire modern history of the traditional Latin Mass to understand what’s behind Pope Francis’s recent apostolic letter, Traditionis custodes, claiming the ancient rite threatens the unity of the Catholic Church … Continue reading

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The Upside-Down Church

Pope Francis can’t rest until all Catholics are modernists. By George Neumayr at The American Spectator: Pope Francis has often compared the Catholic Church to a “field hospital.” It is an odd analogy in his case, given his penchant for … Continue reading

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From Summorum pontificum to Traditionis custodes, or from the reserve to the zoo

From FSSPX News: Pope Francis yesterday published a motu proprio whose title could be full of hope: Traditionis custodes , “guardians of Tradition”. Knowing that it is addressed to the bishops, one could catch oneself dreaming: is Tradition in the process of recovering … Continue reading

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A Lie About John Paul II’s Words Underpins Francis’ Motu Proprio

Op-Ed by Leo Darroch at Rorate Caeli: The publication of this document, although expected, is much more despotic and cruel than anyone could have imagined. Canonists and liturgical experts have already started to offer opinions and their contributions will be welcomed … Continue reading

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Sunday Readings and Reflections – 27th June 2021

Sunday, June 27 Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Roman Ordinary calendar St. Cyril of Alexandria  Book of Wisdom 1,13-15.2,23-24. Because God did not make death, nor does he rejoice in the destruction of the living. For he fashioned all things that they might have … Continue reading

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MASS CONFUSION: Some Considerations on the Feared Modification of Summorum Pontificum

Editor’s Note: What follows is not just a series of considerations on the upcoming “reforms” of Summorum Pontificum. Rather it is a kind of Rosetta Stone that can help new recruits to Tradition crack the code long used by Modernists … Continue reading

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