Tag Archives: Priests

The Strife is O’r, The Battle Done 

from Fr. Dana Christensen’s blog, ”A Living Sacrifice” His sister writes: It is with a very heavy heart that I share my brother, Fr. Dana Christensen is free from the chains of ALS. He passed away peacefully last night surrounded … Continue reading

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Priests and the Stigmata

Times are hard for faithful priests, those who refuse to be led by the world, the flesh and the devil along the broad easy road that will finally lead to destruction. ”Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the … Continue reading

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The Strength Afforded by the Priestly Habit

by David Martin at The Daily Knight A marked feature of the post-Vatican II Church is that priests have lost their spiritual strength and have been lured into a host of silly endeavors, a principal reason being that they’ve allowed … Continue reading

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“Don’t Call Me Hero”: The Catholic Attitude

The following article illustrates historically what the recent Rorate Caeli article entitled “A theologian analyzes the morality of the cancellation of public Masses and the closure of churches by the State” documented theologically: the attitude priests must have in administering … Continue reading

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Lord, Please Give Us Many Holy Priests

“As the shepherd, so the sheep; as the priest, so the people. Priest-victim leadership begets a holy Church. Every worldly priest hinders the growth of the Church; every saintly priest promotes it. If only all priests realized how their holiness … Continue reading

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In support of our priests, our families, and our Church

You may have seen the recent letter from more than 450 priests in support of the Church’s teaching on marriage. We would like to invite you to sign the letter below, to be sent to the press in support of … Continue reading

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Remember our priests

Fr Raven (no relation, alas!) relates a distressing story about clergy under pressure from their superiors for failing to kow-tow to the modernist mores of the last century. Similar stories can be found elsewhere as the forces of reaction make … Continue reading

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