New Irish Bishop Oversaw Gay Scandals at Maynooth | Church Militant

www.churchmilitant.com/news/article/another-suspect-bishop-for-ireland KILKENNY, Ireland (ChurchMilitant.com) – A former head of Maynooth, Ireland’s scandal-ridden national seminary, is being rewarded with a promotion. The Vatican announced Wednesday that Msgr. Dermot Farrell will be the new bishop of Ossory, one of six suffragan dioceses in the ecclesiastical province of the metropolitan archdiocese of Dublin. Faithful Irish Catholics are regarding the appointment as one to watch, owing to Bishop-Elect Farrell’s particular relationship with St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth — a seminary infested with homosexuality and heterodoxy. Monsignor Farrell was awarded a 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 →

Pope Emeritus Benedict praises Vatican doctrinal chief dismissed by Pope Francis | LifeSiteNews.com

by Matthew Cullinan Hoffman Sun Dec 31, 2017 – 3:10 pm EST December 30, 2017 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Pope Emeritus Benedict is praising the Vatican’s recently-dismissed doctrinal chief, Cardinal Gerhard Müller, saying of him that he “defended the clear traditions of the faith” while in office, and adding, “but in the spirit of Pope Francis you have tried to understand how they can be lived today.” “Your five-year commission at the Congregation for the Doctrine of Continue Reading →

Kazakhstan Bishops Call Communion for Remarried “Alien to the Entire Tradition of the Catholic and Apostolic Faith” | 1Peter5

OnePeterFive January 1, 2018 Almost exactly a year after they issued a call for prayer that the pope would uphold Catholic teaching on marriage, three bishops from Kazakhstan — Tomash Peta, Metropolitan Archbishop of the archdiocese of Saint Mary in Astana, Jan Pawel Lenga, Archbishop-Bishop emeritus of Karaganda, and Athanasius Schneider, Auxiliary Bishop of the archdiocese of Saint Mary in Astana — have issued a new statement, saying that any change in sacramental discipline that would allow Catholic divorcees Continue Reading →

Vatican II Documents & Their Influence in the Church ~ 2007 talk by Fr. Calvin Goodwin, FSSP

A pause to look back at a very good synopsis of the influence of the Second Vatican Council on our present Crisis in the Church.

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 →

Married priests: a disaster

Thursday, December 14, 2017 Lately there’s been talk about the pope allowing married men to be ordained as priests. This topic comes up from time to time, but now it seems like the idea may actually be under consideration. Now, before we go any further, Take careful note of what we’re talking about: married men being ordained as priests. This is not the same as, “priests getting married.” Get that? These things are not the Continue Reading →

#TOLDYA Vatican Nativity Made In Sodomite and Transvestite Shrine – Clear Winking Signal to Sex Perverts | Barnhardt.biz

Frank Walker over at Canon212 had a top headline a couple of days ago with a picture of the Blessed Virgin in the Vatican Nativity scene asking a question that several other people had emailed to me – Why does the Blessed Virgin look like a man?  I didn’t think too much about it, chocking it up to a poorly executed sculpture, despite the fact that there is clear homoerotica present in the rest of Continue Reading →

A New Mission for the Church: eliminate the poor, normalize sin, make friends with our enemies and to save the planet

It seems Pope Francis has given a New Mission for the Church. It is time to  flesh out what I feel this New Mission is and why it will certainly fail on its own but also fail in the  fulfillment of its True Mission; the salvation of souls. Some of you may have noticed that I have put a new tagline in the site heading. I struggled to put into a few words what this Continue Reading →

Latin. @RobertSRoyal opines while Fr. Z rants. | Fr. Z’s Blog

Posted on 18 December 2017 by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf You all know that I tend to bang on about Latin in our sacred liturgical worship. Most of us belong to the Roman Catholic, Latin Church. The Latin Church. Never using or hearing our language of prayer and teaching affects (defects) our identity as Catholics. “But Father! But Father!”, some of you libs are snorkeling, “You’re just trying to perpetuate the oppression of the marginalized through Continue Reading →

The Dictator Pope: A Call to Hierarchical Opposition

Written by  Christopher A. Ferrara “When the shepherd becomes a wolf, the first duty of the flock is to defend itself. The true children of Holy Church, at such times, are those who walk by the light of their Baptism, not the cowardly souls who, under the specious pretext of submission to the powers that be, delay their opposition to the enemy in the hope of receiving instructions which are neither necessary nor desirable.” -Dom Prosper Continue Reading →

Pope Francis’ pastoral changes have set the stage for doctrinal changes: Philosopher priest

KABUL, Afghanistan, December 15, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – Pope Francis may have begun a new phase in his pontificate: doctrinal change, a priest and former philosophy professor has written. Italian Fr. Giovanni Scalese, the local Ordinary for Afghanistan, wrote a post titled “Fase B” (Phase B) on his blog “Antiquo robore,” arguing that Pope Francis laid out his new plan for doctrinal evolution in the Church in a recent speech. The October 11 speech to the Continue Reading →