Yesterday, we released the very last CPX video, found on this YouTube playlist.  CPX stands for Catechism of Pius X.  It is my doctrinal and catechetical series of 15 minute videos numbered from 1 to 113.   Each video contains about five minutes of my reading an old-school catechism and then about ten minutes of my commentary on it.  Of course, my commentary is not as important as the words of a canonized Pope from 100 years ago.  However, my application to a post-modern man who is battling the heresy of modernism is something the holy Pope never expected to be in the battle-array of a priest in the not-too-distant future.  In other words, Pope St. Pius X warned us that modernism could get bad, but never did he expect it to be so bad that nearly the entire hierarchy (all the way to the top) would one day doubt the basics of every sentence of the Creed.  (And yes, I can prove this from especially the past 10 years of direct quotes if challenged on this.)

That is why I would encourage you to share this series.  Keep in mind that now in the 21st century, there are as many opinions on doctrine as there are Catholic priests today!   However, this CPX series is rarely my “personal” opinion.  It is the articulated faith and morals of the Catholic Magisterium given in 113 videos that are almost all under 20 minutes.  As I mentioned in the last CPX I produced yesterday, if you divide 113 videos by 30 (as in 30 days a month) that means that at one video-per-day, someone could listen to my CPX series in less than four months.  Imagine giving a non-believer or a poorly formed Catholic or a Protestant or even a traditional Catholic the tools to learn most of the Catholic faith on-the-go in just under four months.  Even though the series took me three years to produce, you can race through it at one-a-day in less than four months if you just commit to 15 minutes audio on-the-go.

The Catechism of Pope St. Pius X (CPX) is the shortest traditional catechism of which I am aware.  It is even shorter than the Baltimore Catechism.   However, the only catechism defined by the Catholic Church as infallible is the Roman Catechism of Trent (RCT.)  It is quite a bit longer than the Catechism of Pope St. Pius X.  But it is my next series!  RCT will now follow up in place of my CPX on all my media forums:  Apple Podcasts, Android, Spotify, Google Podcasts, YouTube, Rumble and BitChute.  Of course, both series are free to all users and even ad-free.  Of course, all the old CPX will remain up on all the above-listed forums.

But CPX is going out of production and RCT is now starting up.  If you made it through CPX and enjoyed it, make sure to join us for RCT which will start in two weeks.  And please make sure to get your own copy of the one catechism defined as infallible by the Catholic Church, the Roman Catechism of Trent.