NOVEMBER 17, 2017 ~ GKIRKUK My Dear Wormwood, There arrived on my desk this morning a memorandum which does you nothing but credit. From time to time HIM Office of Statistics provides me with a useful summary of the progress of all our operatives. You have clearly had a considerable success with your patient; the department itemises: 2013. Francis said that Jesus’s multiplication of bread and fish was really a miracle of sharing, not Continue Reading →
onepeterfive.com/center-cannot-hold/ Steve Skojec10/25/2017 Things are escalating again. Pieces, falling into a puzzle with a picture we cannot make out, bit by bit. I recently hinted at my own perception of an increase in activity transpiring behind the veil between this world and the next. I suspect many of you sense it, too. Earlier this week, as I was ruminating over the odd assortment of observations I wanted to gather into this post, a line came unbidden Continue Reading →
Written by John F. Salza, Esq. Part One of a Two-Part Series Now that it has been published (on November 14, 2016) that Pope Francis has refused to answer the dubia of the four Cardinals (Brandmüller, Burke, Caffarra and Meisner) issued to him on September 16, 2016 concerning his erroneous and even heretical teachings in Amoris Laetitia, many Catholics are wondering what happens next. Some may be tempted to jump the gun and declare, on their own authority, Continue Reading →
By David Martin——Previous Articles—October 21, 2017 With all the controversy that surrounded the election of Pope Francis upon the resignation of Pope Benedict in 2013, it seems that Catholics may have lost sight of a key element in this episode, namely, that Benedict XVI never resigned his papal office, but only the active exercise thereof. On the eve of his resignation, he said: “Anyone who accepts the Petrine ministry no longer has any privacy. Continue Reading →
Only God knows whether or not Francis is an antipope, writes retired Bishop René Gracida, 94, of Corpus Christi, Texas. In two posts (September 5 and 29) on his blog “abyssum.org” he expresses doubts whether Francis’ election was “valid and licit”. According to Gracida the Apostolic Constitution Universi Dominici Gregis excommunicates any cardinal who participates in a conspiracy for the election of a new pope, “There is no doubt that Francis was party to a Continue Reading →
George Neumayr’s new book is worth buying and reading.
Roberto de MatteiIL July 27, 2016 The first martyr in European territory at the hands of Islam, Father Jacques Hamel, was murdered while celebrating Holy Mass on July 26th in the parish church of Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, Normandy. Two Muslims praising Islam, burst into the church, and after taking some of the faithful hostage, cut the priest’s throat, at the same time critically wounding another faithful present. There are no doubts about the identity of the aggressors Continue Reading →