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The Consecration of Russia: What Now? Two Facts and Liturgical Providence

On January 14th of this year, we reported that “Catholic Fighting Men in America Launch Crusade Against Communism.” This was a 54-day Rosary crusade beginning on January 31st and ending on March 25th, the Feast of the Annunciation. Pope Francis then, having consecrated his whole pontificate to Our Lady of Fatima on March 13th, 2013,…

Ukrainian Catholic Priest Responds to Viganò about Ukraine

Dear OnePeterFive donors, supporters and readers,   I recently watched a robust critique of Archbishop Viganò’s geopolitical analysis by Ukrainian Catholic priest Fr. Jason Charron on the Matt Fradd show. I highlight his critique not because I agree with everything that was said, but because it is an important analysis from an important source. It…

Do Something About Liturgical Abuse, the Latin Mass: Join the New Crusade!

This crusade was called by His Excellency, Bishop Athanasius Schneider in June of 2020 in response to the profanations of Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament during the COVID crisis. Now he has also added the intention of the reversal of Traditionis Custodes. A crusade is a spiritual battle called by the clergy, but waged primarily…

Ukrainian Catholic Bishops Call for Consecration of Russia “as requested” by “Fatima”

Yesterday, March 1st, a day when Eastern Catholics had already begun fasting for Lent, His Beatitude, Patriarch Sviatoslav Shevchuk, head of the Ukrainian Catholic Church (successor to the great and holy confessors and Servants of God, Andrey Sheptytsky and Josyf Slipyj) joined with the Holy Father in exhorting all Catholics to fast and pray today…

Did Pope Francis Just Vindicate the FSSP, or Wash His Hands like Pontius Pilate?

In 1988, Archbishop Lefebvre told his followers that he was forced to disobey Rome and consecrate bishops. The agreement he had signed (which promised fidelity to the Roman Pontiff and confessed the validity of the Novus Ordo and all its Sacraments) would give him a personal prelature and episcopal power to continue the ancient Roman…

Fasting is a Virtue

Fasting is a Virtue which is Necessary for Holiness Among the many things from our fathers which are necessary for the restoration of Tradition, there are few things which are more neglected yet also more necessary than bodily fasting. Even among faithful Catholics who strive with zeal for the restoration of the Holy Mass and…

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