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 →


by Josef Seifert 10 . 5 . 17 If one considers the transformation of Plato’s Academy, champion of eternal truth, into a center of radical skepticism against which St. Augustine wrote his Contra Academicos, or contemplates the splits and changes that have occurred in all other philosophical schools, one will see that the preservation of Catholic doctrine over two millennia is a miracle. Considering likewise the countless divisions between and within the different Protestant confessions, as 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 →