31 08, 2019

3 Apologetics Points

By |2019-08-31T14:37:33+00:00August 31st, 2019|Theology|

There are many good books for Catholics to purchase to defend the Catholic Faith while talking to non-Catholics on topics such as the Resurrection of Jesus Christ or the Eucharist or the Immaculate Virgin Mary or even all Scriptural topics including Purgatory. But three debilitating moves for Catholics to use on Protestants while debating on-the-fly are as follows: 1) Disprove Sola Scriptura by reading Scripture Alone? 21 Reasons to Reject Sola Scriptura by Joel Peters.  It can be found online or in $2 pamphlets from Amazon.   It will take less than an hour to read, and it is undeniably the best little booklet to disprove the erroneous Protestant notion that Divine Revelation is found exclusively in [...]

29 08, 2019

Glad Trad 9.1: Br. Timothy Meets Mother Teresa of Kolkata

By |2019-08-28T05:05:10+00:00August 29th, 2019|Podcasts, Sermons, Talks|

What happens when a NYC male-model meets Mother Theresa in Manhattan?  Today's podcast recounts Br. Timothy's journey to become a diocesan hermit in Montana.  We also tackle the question:  Did Mother Teresa believe all religions are equal?

24 08, 2019

Does God Change His Mind Through Church History?

By |2019-08-24T18:29:20+00:00August 24th, 2019|Theology|

Two other titles I threw around for this blog post were, Was the early Church more traditional or charismatic?  and Was the Early Catholic Church as Dogmatic as the Medieval Catholic Church?  This is a long blog post, but if you follow it carefully to the end, I believe you'll be happy that you did. In the above picture, every domino represents a different century in Church history.  I used to believe that liturgy and dogma in Catholic Church history followed an erratic pattern like the above picture of dominos, where every century differed from the next century.  Where it is true that the politics of Church history have followed a [...]

22 08, 2019

Amazon Synod Podcast 3: Teilhard de Chardin vs. Our Lady of Good Success

By |2019-08-11T21:46:03+00:00August 22nd, 2019|Podcasts, Sermons, Talks|

Also RomeCast 20. In our featured image above is 20th century Fr. Pierre Teilhard de Chardin SJ and 16th century Mother Mariana Mother Mariana of Jesus Torres y Berriochoa. In today’s podcast we show that Our Lady of Good Success (who appeared to Mother Mariana) predicted that in 500 years we would see certain attempts to re-write the Catholic Faith and the sacraments. The solution is partly found in new catechism: "The sixth beatitude proclaims, 'Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God.' 'Pure in heart' refers to those who have attuned their intellects and wills to the demands of God's holiness, chiefly in three areas: charity; [...]

17 08, 2019

Why the Restoration of the Catholic Church Must Be Marian

By |2019-08-17T15:48:23+00:00August 17th, 2019|Theology|

Part I: A Night on the AmbulanceN.B. You can skip Part I if you do not want my real-life account of EMS from 20 years ago that got me thinking about the mystical body of Christ’s “anatomy.” The theology of this blog post is found exclusively in Part II: An Analogy In the Mystical Body.  But Part I here does describe an epic fail in my life... While pre-med at Boston College, I worked as an EMT at night. Upon graduation, I returned back to Denver and went to paramedic school while discerning if I should continue in medicine or if I was in fact called to the Holy Priesthood. [...]

14 08, 2019

Amazon Synod Podcast 2: Syncretism vs. Salvation of Souls

By |2019-08-10T16:00:16+00:00August 14th, 2019|Podcasts, Sermons, Talks|

In today’s podcast, we talk about first hand experiences of oppressive spirits in pagan roots until becoming Catholic.  We also see how la Nouvelle Theologie led to a collapsing of the order of grace into the order of nature. This led to the false notion that all religions are equal, including paganism and New Age. Both of these notions are openly promoted in the Instrumentorum Laboris of the upcoming Amazon Synod, which we quote directly and generously. We also talk about the third-world missionary work of St. Francis Xavier and Archbishop Lefebvre. This is RomeCast 19.  The Featured Image is the enormous Basilica of Our Lady of Aparacida in Brazil.

10 08, 2019

Can We Evangelize While the Church is Bleeding?

By |2019-08-10T04:30:25+00:00August 10th, 2019|Theology|

By Marc Zarlengo Evangelization is not something that was pounded into me as a nominal, half-hearted (uncatechized) Catholic growing up in the 80s and 90s. In fact, I never thought about it. But as someone who has since reconverted to the faith and now attends both the Novus Ordo and traditional Latin Mass (TLM), I am confident that faithful Catholics of all stripes are facing one major common difficulty:  How do we evangelize in this current environment of discord and bleeding? It’s a real problem, and we need to deal with it. Our job according the Great Commission is to “Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them [...]

8 08, 2019

Amazon Synod Podcast 1: What is an Integral Ecology?

By |2019-08-08T07:37:32+00:00August 8th, 2019|Podcasts, Sermons, Talks|

In this first of three podcasts on the October Amazon Synod in Rome, we discuss the definition of a synod, the new-age roots of an "integral ecology" and the Eastern-religion influences on the 20th and 21st century Catholic Church hierarchy. We also discuss how all this was prophesied by Our Lady of Good Success in the 16th century and how a diabolical disorientation will be solved by an angelic orientation.

3 08, 2019

15 Mortal Sins Catholics Are Missing in Their Confessions

By |2022-05-09T22:03:04+00:00August 3rd, 2019|Theology|

Part I:  Why Do We Need Confession and What Is Mortal Sin? If you know Part I, you can skip to Part II. We are all born in original sin, meaning the status quo of even the cutest baby on earth before baptism has natural goodness but no supernatural goodness. Still, God has a plan of a supernatural beatitude planned for that baby in heaven in both body and soul. Because transmitted original sin separates us all from God, it would take a great sacrifice of a God-man to reconcile any person born in sin: God, because only a pure and blameless and boundless sacrifice can appease an infinite offense [...]

1 08, 2019

RomeCast 17: Immigration Part 2 of 2

By |2019-07-28T22:29:34+00:00August 1st, 2019|Podcasts, Sermons, Talks|

On tonight's podcast, we discuss modern refugees' exposure to human trafficking and profiling one's creed versus one's race (especially in regards to sharia law.) Of course, our RomeCast teachings are very different from what most of you hear from the pulpit on Sundays regarding immigration. Why? We propose, via the reporting of Elizabeth Yore, that this difference is due to a 2016 pay-off within the Catholic Church. Follow the money (or the demons) to know why people are not following faith and reason on these issues.

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