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First, let me explain what Pelagianism is.

It is a fifth century heresy concocted by an English priest, Pelagius, which held to the denial of original sin and to the idea that we can go to heaven for being merely naturally good. 784 more words


"The end of Roman Catholicism"

A recent article appeared on the site entitled Settimo Cielo (Seventh Heaven) which is operated by Sandro Magister, a well-known figure in the Novus Ordo conservative world. 582 more words


Destroying the papacy

In an interview about the Rome Conference, Roberto de Mattei, professor of history and well-known in Novus Ordo conservative circles, made this statement about the conference: “I appreciated the recent interview in which Raymond Cardinal Burke affirmed that we find ourselves faced with an intolerable situation, … 862 more words


Two Forms of the Same Roman Rite -- A Recent Experience

I have had two very different, but very good Mass experiences recently. On Saturday I watched the nearly 2.5 hours long broadcast on EWTN of the Solemn Pontifical Mass in honor of the 10th anniversary of… 1,061 more words

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Bergoglio says there is no hell — again

About a month ago, just before Easter, Bergoglio gave an interview to Eugenio Scalfari, the 93-year-old journalist, an atheist, and friend of Bergoglio. He granted an interview to Scalfari back in 2015, in which he denied the existence of hell, saying that really evil people do not go to hell after death, but are merely annihilated, that is, cease to exist. 361 more words


Easter Sunday (Novus Ordo)

See also: Holy Saturday Easter Vigil (Novus Ordo)

Reading 1

Acts 10:34,37-43

34a And Peter opening his mouth, said: in very deed I perceive that God is not a respecter of persons.

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Holy Saturday Easter Vigil (Novus Ordo)

Reading 1

Gen 1:1-31

1 In the beginning God created heaven, and earth.

Ver. 1. Beginning. As St. Matthew begins his Gospel with the same title as this work, the Book of the Generation, or Genesis, so St.

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