30 04, 2017

Second Sunday After Easter

By |2019-04-05T16:10:45+00:00April 30th, 2017|Podcasts, Sermons, Talks|

aka Good Shepherd Sunday This sermon recognizes the wolves that have caused the current crisis in the Catholic Church. In this sermon, I also describe the shepherds that God may be currently raising in order to shepherd the Church, as Christ and the early Apostles led and guarded the Church. This Sunday is appropriately called “Good Shepherd Sunday,” due to the Gospel from St. John chapter 10. Today is the eclipsed feast day of St. Catherine of Siena in the old calendar. In line with today's sermon, it is worth noting the seven things that God the Father told St. Catherine of Siena would restore the Catholic Church in times of [...]

23 04, 2017

Divine Mercy Sunday Sermon

By |2019-04-05T16:11:09+00:00April 23rd, 2017|Podcasts, Sermons, Talks|

In our traditional Latin calendar, this is also called Dominica in Albis or "White-Sunday."  It is also called "Low Sunday."  My podcasts are back after some technical difficulties (which I honestly believe were preternatural, as there was no natural explanation why the last recordings did not work.)  In any case, please pray for the protection of my ministries in the parish, at the abortion mill, in the streets and even online.  Happy Divine Mercy Sunday!

23 04, 2017

Why you should stop confessing pornography

By |2018-02-04T16:51:13+00:00April 23rd, 2017|Theology|

Really, a better title of this article is "Why to stop confessing pornography badly." Or: “Why confession without amendment will still lead to the loss of your soul.” People do not realize the danger in confessing pornography without a firm resolution of amendment to totally change their life.  That is the purpose of this blog post. Going to confession within a week (before or after) of Divine Mercy Sunday totally relieves the soul of not only the eternal effects of sin (hell) but also the temporal effects of sin (purgatory.) Jesus said to St. Faustina, "The soul that will go to Confession and receive Holy Communion shall obtain complete forgiveness [...]

14 04, 2017

In Cena Domini

By |2019-04-05T17:52:32+00:00April 14th, 2017|Podcasts, Sermons, Talks|

Tonight's podcast is from the Traditional Latin Mass for the Supper of the Lord (Cena Domini.)  This sermon is about the connection between the Holy Eucharist and the Holy Priesthood, and why Jesus transfers His suffering and leadership to His priests.  We will see that both the leadership and the suffering of priests are for the life of the world.

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