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

VATICAN II IN TWILIGHT: The Real Francis Effect | Remnant TV

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Catholic Mass Lectionary Omits Anti-Homosexualism Verses from Romans 1

by Dr Taylor Marshall Why do Catholics in America support homosexuality proportionately more than the general population? Two reasons: lack of authentic Catholic teaching regarding homosexuality…and the Church omitted one of the clearest Bible verses on homosexuality from the lectionary: One of the very unfortunate results of the New Lectionary is that verses that might be deemed offensive have been omitted from our liturgical celebrations. (I’ve written about how three “offensive” Psalms were removed from the Liturgy Continue Reading →

An oldie but goody from the Remnant

Monday, June 23, 2014 Dietrich Von Hildebrand on Vatican II: a ‘Great Misfortune’ Written by  By Michael Davies, RIP Reprinted from The Remnant 2004… The following letter from Dietrich Von Hildebrand, who was described by Pope Pius XII as the 20th century Doctor of the Church, is not without interest in view of the recent critiques appearing in The Remnant of the article “Why Vatican II was Necessary”, which appeared in the March 2004 issue Continue Reading →

Eleven Great Quotes from Pope Benedict XVI on Liturgy and the Holy Mass | Taylor Marshall

by Dr Taylor Marshall   Like most of you, I have enjoyed reading the Holy Father’s thoughts on the liturgy and the Holy Mass over the years. Pope Benedict was undeniably prolific in his theological reflection on Liturgy and the Eucharist prior to his election as Supreme Pontiff of the Catholic Church. Even before I became Catholic, I was impressed by his forthrightness and clarity on what constitutes genuine and God-honoring liturgy. A previous post Continue Reading →

A long speech by Archbishop LeFebvre that is worth the time spent to read it | Roman Catholic Man

ARCHBISHOP LEFEBVRE SPEAKS – A CLEAR VIEW OF SSPX Fr Richard HeilmanMay 29, 2016 If anyone has heard me speak or read my writings, I “constantly” stress the need of “obedience.” It is, quite literally, the gateway into the Divine Life.  Jesus said, “Anyone who loves me will obey my teaching. My Father will love them, and we will come to them and make our home with them” -John 14:23. The desire to turn one’s life Continue Reading →

The Remnant Newspaper – Modernism 101: Is the Novus Ordo an Unworthy Sacrifice to God?

Modernism 101: Is the Novus Ordo an Unworthy Sacrifice to God? Featured Written by  Toni McCarthy Foreword by Michael J. Matt It is becoming apparent to this writer that many people, Catholics and non-Catholics alike, are waking to the harsh reality of what Pope Francis is all about. The next step is to help these same good people understand the harsh reality of what the entire Modernist revolution has been about ever since the days Continue Reading →

Does It Really Matter?

The Traditional vs. Novus Way of Receiving Our Lord

Is the Episcopal Church a Bellweather for All Churches?

The story about the collapse of the Episcopal Church might be a canary in the coal mine for the rest of us. For years the Episcopal Church has led the way in changing the structure of their church to align itself more closely to the modern world and has now evidently found their belief structure being reordered right along with all the other changes. It would seem that when we start down a road that Continue Reading →

Responding to a Profound Mystery

There are mysteries and there are miracles that mark one’s journey throughout our faith history; all of which are extraordinary but some might only be classified as profound. For instance: God creating man in His own image and likeness is an extraordinary thing but God becoming man is so extraordinarily profound that we must respond to this statement in some heightened way. By elevating this mystery the Church hopes that all Christians might meditate upon Continue Reading →