More Cutting the Crap: Humanae Vitae | Barnhardt.Biz

ADULT CONCEPTS DISCUSSED BLUNTLY HEREIN.  No innocent children, and you probably ought to put out the cat, just to be safe. The thoroughly on fleek Diane Montagna, the new go-to source for breaking news in Rome, broke the news last week that Antipope Bergoglio’s Freemasonic-sodomite henchmen have officially declared contraception to be not just morally licit, but “required” in some circumstances, specifically citing Antipope Bergoglio’s satanic screed, Amoris Latitiae (“the exuberance of sodomy“) as the Continue Reading →

Pope Bestows Pontifical Honor On Abortion Facilitator

You look like an angel Walk like an angel Talk like an angel But I got wise You’re the devil in disguise Oh yes you are The devil in disguise . . . Scoop’s only comment.  (HT – Lepanto Institute) When President Trump reinstated the Mexico City Policy, Lilianne Ploumen, a former official in the government of Netherlands, established an NGO called “She Decides” to raise money to replace the funds that Trump denied to abortionists.  Continue Reading →

Has Francis Changed the Meaning of Catholicism?

Catholic, of course as we all know, means Universal. It is the One, True Church period. It is the Church that was created by God Himself as the sole Church for the salvation of man and it is expected that all men ‘of good will’ might be incorporated into it and taught the precepts that might lead us to our salvation; if only we apply them faithfully and diligently. But it seems to this writer Continue Reading →

Is there going to be an Oath of Fidelity to TheFrancis? Really?

Are we going to get a new FrancisMass that will be OK for Catholics, Protestants and Orthodox Christians? Is the Dictator Pope so worried about losing his fascistic grip on the priests, bishops and cardinals that he must come up with an Oath of Fidelity to himself? Sounds like pure narcissism and power brokering from TheFrancis. From the looks of it, we shall find out soon enough, though.   SOURCE: https://www.gloria.tv/video/kGu1mCie7GYQ6Q6qnBE3WtCDG

The Fifty-Year Descent to Footnote 351: Our Progressive Desensitization to the Most Holy Eucharist | One Peter Five

onepeterfive.com/fifty-year-descent-footnote-351-progressive-desensitization-holy-eucharist/ Peter KwasniewskiJanuary 10, 2018 We did not wake up one fine day in 2017 to find ourselves suddenly confronted with Eucharistic sacrilege being promoted from on high. There was a long, slow process that led to this moment. It consisted in the gradual dilution of the sacredness of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and of the Blessed Sacrament at its heart, with institutionally tolerated sacrilege along the way. Fifty years of desacralization has Continue Reading →

Cardinal Burke Criticizes Benedict XVI’s Resignation | GloriaTV

 “It was not a good thing for the Church to lose its universal shepherd”, Cardinal Raymond Burke has commented on the resignation of Benedict XVI, “There is a certain feeling among many Catholics that their father abandoned them.” Talking to the Macau newspaper O Clarim (December 15) Burke expressed his hopes that papal resignations will not become a common practice. The cardinal concedes that at the time of his resignation Pope Benedict had reached a Continue Reading →

The “Gay” (I hate that word) Priest Problem | Fr. Z’s Blog

Posted on 7 January 2018 by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf Why is there a picture of three beavers here? Keep reading! I’ll batten the hatches for another round of hate mail and “block parties” and alert the readership of a good piece at The Catholic Thing by Fr. Jerry Pokorsky. He tackles the “gay” (I hate that word) priest problem. Confronting the Gay Priest Problem Recently, a priest who was prominent in the pastoral care of those with Continue Reading →

Overlap Between Traditional Catholics the Political Right | Forge and Anvil

January 7, 2018 – by LH  We live in an age of moral compromise.  Only, it’s usually the moral people in the world who end up doing the compromising.  For the most part, the other side has been sitting pretty and gaining in influence and power, year after year and decade after decade.  We have our chiefs who are supposed to protect us from harm, but with some exceptions, they’re all out to lunch. In Continue Reading →

The Council Of Econe – Fiat Justitia Ruat Caelum

04 Thursday Jan 2018 Posted by S. Armaticus in Normalization Process™ Returning to our Predictions 2018 thread and our analysis of the Francis bishopric of Rome, a very significant post appeared on the Non Veni Pacem blog. (MUST READ HERE) The post is titled: Pope Benedict adds more evidence that he doesn’t consider himself retired, nor does he think it possible. In the opinion of this humble blogger, it is this blog that is presently doing the most important critical analysis of Continue Reading →

Miracle? What Miracle?

by Christopher A. Ferrara December 23, 2017 In the drive to canonize every Pope connected to the disastrous Second Vatican Council, only Paul VI, who lived to rue that the “smoke of Satan” had entered the Church, has yet to be declared a saint. One would think that the Pope who presided over the sudden and catastrophic collapse of faith and discipline in the Church, following the liturgical and other “reforms” he improvidently approved only Continue Reading →

Vox Cantoris: Who was and is behind the Dictator who is Pope?

Saturday, 2 December 2017   There is anticipation about the ebook that is taking Italy by storm, Il Papa Dittatore, to be published in English on Monday through Kindle. OnePeterFive has an advance copy and excerpts. This is one that many will have already read:   In late 2013, the archbishop of Westminster gave an interview to the Catholic Herald in which he admitted not only to campaigning at the Conclave, but to gaining Bergoglio’s Continue Reading →

Pascal and the Jesuits | The Catholic Thing

 David Carlin FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2017   It seems to me (I’m hardly alone) that many clerical leaders (priests and bishops) are relatively “soft” on matters related to sexual sin – fornication, unmarried cohabitation, abortion, and homosexuality. It’s not that they approve of these things; they just don’t go out of their way to condemn them. If someone were challenged to write in defense of this clerical “softness,” I think the argument would go like Continue Reading →