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The World Fears Death, but Catholics Must Remember It

There is perhaps no truth today more shunned, suppressed, and vehemently ignored than the reality of death. The modern man is consumed with indulging his slavery to his passions, proclaiming himself free, and absolutely banishing the thought that he will die. He has invented words to shun even the mention of death: “macabre,” “morbid.” Yet…

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Unraveling Scripture: Dei Verbum and ‘Limited Inerrancy’

St. Pius X says that “amongst the chief points of [Modernist] teaching” is the “intrinsic evolution of dogma”—that the faith must evolve and become something of a different substance, conforming to the modern world [1]. If this is the central error, it depends upon foundational principles that are false. One of these foundational principles is…

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The Catholic Identity Conference: A Call for All Catholics to Rise Up

The recent Catholic Identity Conference, organized by The Remnant Newspaper, is a call for all Catholics to rise up and fight for the Faith. In days past, the heralds came to town and preached the Crusade, and our fathers left their families to “take up the cross” and die in the holy land fighting Muhammadans.…

Ten Ways to Overcome These Evil Days and Die a Catholic

Scalfari. Pachamama. The pope’s apology. Ending priestly celibacy. “Deaconesses.” The Amazon Synod has come and gone, and the results are already horrifying. Remember to mark your calendars for fasting and prayers of reparation on Saturday, Nov. 9 and Holy Communion on Sunday. This article is meant to be one answer to despairing souls asking what…

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Bishop Barron and the ‘Unhappy’ Renewal of the ‘Trad’ Movement

In recent comments, His Excellency Bishop Robert Barron discussed the post-conciliar period and addressed the various historical movements before and after the Second Vatican Council. He makes reference to the “unhappy” renewal of the “trad” movement and heavily criticizes what he calls “pre-conciliar conservatism.” I do not wish to criticize the bishop here, but rather…

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