Tag Archives: Protestantism

Bishop Schneider: The Charismatic Movement Needs Help

The Protestant Charismatic Movement (CM) started in the US in the early 20th century and is “a new form of religion or Christian denomination,” Bishop Schneider says in a March 14 question/answer video of the Confraternity of Our Lady of … Continue reading

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The Change in the Liturgy: the real reason men fell away from the Church post-Vatican II

Nobody can deny that the exodus of Mass-attending Catholics from the Church in the wake of the changes applied after Vatican II (and very notably the exodus of men in particular) has been a disaster for families and the whole … Continue reading

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Progressivism and Protestantism: Disturbing Similarities

Continued from: ‘In the murky waters of Vatican II’ by Dr. Remi Amelunx By changing the way Catholics world-over pray – lex orandi – the Conciliar Revolution has effectively changed the way the people believe – lex credendi. What we … Continue reading

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