Teilhard de Chardin: The Vatican II Architect You Need to Know

  H. Reed Armstrong @ 1Peter5 In the middle of the fourth century, Saint Jerome remarked that the world “awoke with a groan to find itself Arian.” Arianism divided the Church and Empire of the fourth and fifth centuries and beyond by claiming that the Divine Logos, Jesus Christ, was not of the same substance (homoousios) as the Father and not co-eternal with the Father as defined at the Council of Nicea (325 A.D.). Some Continue Reading →

Ann Barnhardt gives us a few notable quotes from St. John of the Cross

St. John of the Cross – Juan de la Cruz Some quotes from St. John of the Cross In the twilight of life, God will not judge us on our earthly possessions and human success, but rather on how much we have loved.   However softly we speak, God is so close to us that he can hear us; nor do we need wings to go in search of him, but merely to seek solitude Continue Reading →

Western Civilization Exists for the Mass

NOV 7 Posted by Brian Williams -Liturgy Guy Many are stunned today at the speed in which western civilization is collapsing. Coinciding with this is the post-conciliar crisis within the Church, the fourth great crisis of Christendom as it has been described by that great defender of orthodoxy, Bishop Athanasius Schneider of Kazakhstan. What may not be as clear too many is the connection between the destruction of the Mass and of the collapse of Continue Reading →

Pope Leo XIII’s Prayer to St. Michael

Posted originally on Servus Fidelis Website on March 30, 2017 by Scoop O GLORIOUS Prince of the heavenly host, Saint Michael the Archangel, defend us in the battle and fearful warfare that we are waging against the principalities and powers, against the rulers of this world of darkness, against the evil spirits. Come thou to the assistance of men, whom Almighty God created immortal, making them in His own image and likeness and redeeming them Continue Reading →

400 Years Ago, Our Lady Sent Us A Message From Ecuador

With the news that the Church is trying to reconcile with Freemasonry, this seems to be an old post that is worth reposting. It seems that most of what Our Lady of Good Success prophesied has occurred and that which has not occured is in the works. It may get darker before we see the light; remember the rosary, ask Our Lady of Good Success for Her intercession, and pray the longer version of Leo XIII’s Continue Reading →

Do Pope Francis and Archbishop Paglia Believe Hell Does Not Exist?

Image: Coppo di Marcovaldo, The Hell (c. 1301) Maike Hickson October 11, 2017 Read it here: https://onepeterfive.com/do-pope-francis-and-archbishop-paglia-believe-hell-does-not-exist/

Submit a Post: Steve Brown

I came across this post by Jeff Pearlman. On his website, he has what he calls The Quaz, which is a Q&A session with various homo sapiens. This one is with John Martignoni who is a Catholic christian and as such should be of interest to this audience. Enjoy! http://www.jeffpearlman.com/john-martignoni/

Teilhardian Claptrap from the “Preacher of the Papal Household”

by Christopher A. Ferrara September 6, 2016 During Vespers on the “World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation,” Father Raniero Cantalamessa, the aged Modernist who has been “Preacher of the Papal Household” for the past 36 years, uttered this gibberish during his so-called homily: How long has the universe had to wait, what a long run-up it has had, to reach this point! It took billions of years during which opaque matter evolved toward the Continue Reading →

Comfort Catholicism Has to Go; It is Time to Prepare for Persecution |Blogs | NCRegister.com

We are at war for our own souls and the souls of people we love. We are at war for the soul of this culture and nation. And like any soldier, we must train to fight well. BY MSGR. CHARLES POPE 08/21/2016 There is a growing consternation among some Catholics that the Church, at least in her leadership, is living in the past. It seems there is no awareness that we are at war and that Continue Reading →

Si vis pacem, para bellum. If you want peace, ready war

Posted on 24 August 2016 by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf Sometimes Leon Trotsky is given credit for saying that you might not be interested in war but war is interested in you.  He didn’t say that, exactly, but it is nevertheless true. I have not infrequently challenged you readers to be ready and to get readier for sudden reversals of fortune and for what I think are inevitable long-term struggles, both on the general, human level Continue Reading →

Spiritual Warfare: Why We Are Losing – OnePeterFive

BY FATHER RICHARD HEILMAN ON AUGUST 23, 2016 In recent decades, we have seen Satan engage the world as never before. In all of human history we have never witnessed evil promoted so effectively, while virtue, character, and morals are roundly mocked and rejected. Meanwhile, it could be said that the Mystical Body — the Church — has never been so unprepared for and unengaged in the challenging mission of spiritual warfare. It is obvious Continue Reading →

A reading on Dante and Spiritual but not Religious.

I am currently writing either a short story or what may be a full-length book. During my long working days, I’ve been listening to audio books, and the titles that I have been attempting to choose are Catholic Classics.  Two of the titles that I have listened to during the past couple of weeks are commonly known by most folks: The Divine Comedy by Dante and Utopia by Thomas More. The titles have inspired me to Continue Reading →