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Bishop Fellay’s interview

Bishop Fellay, who has been, until recently, the head of the Society of Saint Pius X for the past twenty-four years, gave an interview to… 3,074 more words

Modernism

The unjust Novus Ordo

The Novus Ordo was unjustly foisted upon the Church, to denigrate & destroy the authentic Faith in the Church, to make the Church more worldly & pleasing to the Protestants.  913 more words

Church Crisis

Dogma and Its Unchangeableness

Vatican Council, Session III, Chapter IV (1870):

#6. God cannot deny himself, nor can truth ever be in opposition to truth. The appearance of this kind of specious contradiction is chiefly due to the fact that either the dogmas of faith are not understood and explained in accordance with the mind of the church, or unsound views are mistaken for the conclusions of reason. 498 more words

Heresy

Guilty. Guilty. Guilty.

In all three countries, Ireland, Argentina, and Poland, the guilt for this defection from Catholic morals (see my previous post) must be placed upon the Novus Ordo clergy. 1,703 more words

Modernism

Shame. Shame. Shame.

Shame on Ireland. While strolling through Rome last month, Bishop Selway and I met an Irish lady who asked us to pray for Ireland, because in a few days (May 25th) there would be a referendum concerning abortion. 365 more words

Modernism

The Priest Shortage Revisited

The following post is by contributor Fr. Donald L. Kloster, a priest of the Diocese of Bridgeport. Fr. Kloster is the parochial vicar at St. Mary’s in Norwalk, Connecticut. 875 more words

Liturgy

Pelagianism

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

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