31 01, 2021

Better To Light One Candle Than Curse The Darkness

By |2021-02-19T15:01:42+00:00January 31st, 2021|Theology|

Why would a heretical priest like James Martin be ripping on the Traditional Latin Mass and the few ancient-believing Catholics who take the Gospel of Jesus Christ literally while his team of liberals have already successfully (and illegally) hijacked both the White House and the Vatican? Why would someone with an enormous social-media following like James Martin rip on the likes of Fr. Altman and Fr. Heilman and myself when our team is so small in number? The answer is two fold: First, because James Martin and his band of heretics know that even one candle will prevent his modernist darkness from spreading over the whole globe forever. A heretic [...]

28 01, 2021

Stockholm Syndrome Part 1

By |2021-03-17T14:18:22+00:00January 28th, 2021|Theology|

Biden's White House Adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci just told the World Health Organization: "It will be our policy to support women’s and girls’ sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights in the United States, as well as globally" in a repeal of the Mexico City policy.  It is this same Dr. Anthony Fauci who wants us all to take a COVID-19 vaccine developed on unborn babies who "were alive at tissue extraction." I suspect (but can not prove as clearly as the hyperlinks in the previous paragraph prove a single pro-death team) that at the General Judgment we all will see that the same group of men who paid for [...]

26 01, 2021

Life Update 2021.01.26

By |2021-01-27T16:45:56+00:00January 26th, 2021|Life|

There's no way I can refute every calumniation of me found online. Thankfully, I am daily losing more and more bitterness and learning to pray for my enemies. So, I am writing this blog post about my past not as an act of bitterness to those pastors in my Rear View Mirror, but rather as something my readers might find interesting. As many of my readers know, there are rumors out there that I failed at parish life and that is why I became a hermit. There are rumors that I was kicked out of all these parishes for being mean to people. The email I discovered from 2012 disproves [...]

26 01, 2021

How Our Age of Church History Is Different From All Others in the Past

By |2021-01-26T01:08:16+00:00January 26th, 2021|Theology|

As I finished up Vespers tonight for the Conversion of St. Paul and got my ribbons ready for tomorrow on my old-school Divine Office for the third-class feast of St. Polycarp, I realized something tonight: Whereas St. Paul probably prayed all 150 Psalms by memory in Hebrew every day or every week, and whereas St. Paul probably asked for intercession for the people he killed before his own conversion and perhaps even asked intercession for all those he names in his letter to the Hebrews (ch. 11-13) there is something St. Paul and St. Polycarp did not have: 2000 years of saints and martyrs in the Catholic calendar and roll-call [...]

23 01, 2021

Communism according to Pope Pius XI & Lockdown

By |2022-05-11T00:00:34+00:00January 23rd, 2021|Theology|

As I recently explained in a recent CPX 48 podcast, communism in the 20th century killed 14x the amount of people than Nazism did.  Yes, gulags killed more people by execution than even the concentration camps.  This is a historical fact, even it is not politically expedient to admit.  We must now ask if this global health-theatre lockdown continued under Joe Biden's plan for our country meets the criteria of Pope Pius XI's description of communism. On the 19th of March, 1937, Pope Pius XI published an encyclical on "atheistic communism" including this paragraph: Communism, moreover, strips man of his liberty, robs human personality of all its dignity, and removes all [...]

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