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God and His Angels & Saints vs. Francis I and His Demons

We know who wins in the end, but it’s going to be one hell of a fight!

Indulgences 101 – What You Can Gain While You’re Still Alive

The Catholic Church never stopped the practice of permitting the faithful to gain indulgences, contrary to popular belief. Like the belief in Purgatory, the idea of gaining indulgences gets a bad rap by people who frankly don’t know what they’re talking about. So here’s the skinny. There are a myriad of ways to lessen our […]

Do you know what’s in your child’s A.R. (Accelerated Reader) books?

As a former elementary and middle school teacher I was responsible for encouraging my students to rack up the points in reading as many library books as possible. They earned these points by taking an on-line test on the book they’ve just read. But, what is in these books?  With the obviously silly titles like […]

Purgatory is Still a Thing

And so are indulgences. Don’t take my word for it, but educate yourself on the best insurance policy this side of heaven. And tune out the naysayers. They’re just jealous! November is the month to pray for the Church Suffering, the Holy Souls in Purgatory, who will be your spiritual BFFs when the going get […]

It’s Irrational Not To Be Catholic

One unintended consequence of the Sham-is-on Sin-nod (aka Amazon Synod) is that it has successfully united militant Catholics on both sides of the Atlantic. The young Austrian gentleman, Alexander Tschugguel, featured in the following video, is responsible for pitching the five Pachamama idols into the Tiber. Go Us! The Vatican police claim to have retrieved […]

A Handy Letter to Send to Your Parish N.O. Priest

Sometimes you have to attend a Novus Ordo Mass, and it’s almost unbearable. Here’s a letter I’m mailing today to the Catholic Church that I usually avoid attending even though it’s my home parish. I (like many others) generally drive 45 minutes to almost 2 hours to attend a very reverent Tradition Latin Mass. I […]

Why A Synod on the Amazon of All Places?

Follow the money to the tune of trillions of dollars in minerals in all that nice dirt beneath the trees. Ah-ha! We knew it wasn’t the latest fashions or lip extensions! At the 24:20-ish mark this wonderful Brazilian defender of the faith, Bernardo Küster, reveals what he knows about the shenanigans going on in his […]

Did Einstein Fudge his Theory of Relativity?

Did you know that E=mc2 (that 2 is for ‘squared’) has nothing to do with relativity? How did scientists measure the earth’s motion, and what did they discover? Does the speed of light change if it’s coming toward or going away from Earth? For answers to these and other scintillating questions, give a listen to […]

As Fall Leaves

Now that autumn is in full swing, or in many regions of the U.S. coming to a close, I’m reminded that this is the time of year where, in the Church, we ponder our own end. Where will I go after death? It’s surprising how rarely this topic comes up in conversation. And yet, eternity […]

Rome Has Lost the Faith

“I resisted him to his face because he was to blame.” St. Paul in reference to St. Peter   “I do not condemn the pope. All his predecessors condemn him.” Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre   This talk given by a faithful priest hits on the cogent points of what just happened in Rome at the Shame-is-on […]