Peter denied the Lord, James fled, and only John returned to be at the foot of the Cross. Let us not get puffed up about how tough we are in view of the Enemy of the soul’s relentless grinder.
First Friday Reminder: the Crusade is Here!
I wholeheartedly support and bless this necessary and very important lay initiative for eucharistic revival in the Church of our day. -Bishop Athanasius Schneider
Fidelity to Liturgical Law and the Rights of the Faithful
The rights of the faithful are affirmed by the highest ecclesiastical authority. We must fight for these rights for the sake of Christ in the Blessed Sacrament.
Papal Primacy in the First Millennium with Erick Ybarra
If you are a Catholic who is struggling with his faith in the Roman dogmas as a result of this pontificate and crisis, Mr. Erick Ybarra's work is essential reading.
In Praise of Mortality: the Beauty of Limitation
If Odysseus had had a massive line of credit to purchase a new fleet of ships, a cell phone for texting Telemachus, and a GPS to navigate home with, would the ensuing adventure of the Odyssey become an epic?
1st Sunday of Lent: A fork in the road of your life
How many times do we hear today from leftists and modernists, German theologians and Jesuits activists, that “that was maybe true back then, but this is now; that teaching was culturally conditioned and doesn’t apply to us anymore!”?
Marcel Lefebvre and the Passion of the Church
Of course, there are many Catholics of good will who do not understand the SSPX and do not comprehend the sanctity of Marcel Lefebvre, but if they truly are of goodwill, I believe they will see if they study these …
The Second Semi-Annual DC Pilgrimage on March 25
Join the pilgrimage in DC on the Annunciation. We must not use restrictions as an excuse to despair, but as a call to live our faith more vigorously, build stronger Catholic communities, and pray ceaselessly.
The Echoes of God’s Word
Authentic and humble artists are perfectly well aware, no matter what kind of beauty characterizes their handwork, that their paintings, sculptures or creations are nothing else but the reflection of God’s Beauty.
The Schismatic Trads Were Right? Francis’ New Rescript on the TLM
We have now heard from the Holy See in unambiguous terms that the integration into parish life of Catholics attached to the older Missal is a thoroughly bad thing. The ones with a schismatic mentality, whatever that was supposed to …