29 09, 2022

Either Deceived by Satan Or Discredited by Men

By |2022-10-04T00:30:46+00:00September 29th, 2022|Theology|

The The Devil's Final Battle (DFB, henceforth in this blog-post) is a book published in 2002 and edited by Fr. Paul Kramer.  In it, we read:  "In 1917, the very year Our Lady appeared at Fatima, St. Maximilian Kolbe as in Rome, where he saw the Masons showing their open hostility to the Catholic Church and carrying placard announcing their intention to infiltrate the Vatican so that satan would rule from the Vatican and the Pope would be his slave.  They also boasted at the same time that they would destroy the Church. The intention of the Masons to destroy the Church fits in perfectly with the well-known Masonic dictum, 'We [...]

27 09, 2022

The Early Church Was More Rigorous Than the Medieval Church

By |2022-09-26T00:35:36+00:00September 27th, 2022|Theology|

The above picture is one of the earliest discovered paintings of Madonna and child in the catacombs of Rome.  It is found in or near the Church of St. Priscilla.   The earliest Christians were certainly full of the fruits of the Holy Spirit as listed in Galatians (love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control) but that does not mean that they were shallow, smiley, happy or clappy in their approach to life.  The notion that the early Church's liturgy was simplistic is overturned in these videos I did on Antiquarianism and Archaeologism.  (In these videos I show that the ancient Mass is closer to the TLM [...]

24 09, 2022

We Need to Change Our Strategy with Infiltrators

By |2022-09-24T16:04:41+00:00September 24th, 2022|Theology|

When I saw this tweet by Matt Gaspers, I realized we were being trolled by the left. Or, Satan was openly trolling the left and still all leftists don't realize they are now fully under the grip of who St. Ignatius calls "the enemy of human nature."  Either way, there are currently no attempts by the left anymore to hide their evil intentions or actions. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn wrote: "We know that they are lying. They know that they are lying. They even know that we know they are lying. We also know that they know we know they are lying. But they still continue to lie."  That's because the big-time [...]

20 09, 2022

He Who Is Not Against Us—Is For Us

By |2022-09-22T13:32:48+00:00September 20th, 2022|Theology|

The late Fr. Gabriele Amorth was the chief exorcist of Rome in the 20th century under Pope John Paul II.  In his second book, An Exorcist: More Stories,  he recounts on page 124 a soldier with a demon who had originally met with him but couldn't make future appointments.  Fr. Amorth writes:  "Continuing with the story of the young soldier: he called me to cancel our fourth appointment, citing military duties. Several months later, I received a letter from him. He told me that he had to leave Rome because he had been suddenly transferred to northern Italy. He gratefully thanked me for the help I had provided and joyfully [...]

17 09, 2022

In Exile From a Kidnapped Bride

By |2023-04-17T23:17:08+00:00September 17th, 2022|Life|

What is it like not to be in parish ministry anymore? Many of my enemies online say that my hermit-life is just a farce. In some sense, they are correct. When I was still in parish ministry five years ago, bouncing around, looking state-to-state where I could continue to help with the TLM, becoming "a hermit" was the last thing I could apply for under pressure like this: On the 20th of June 2017, a friend I hadn't seen since high-school bought me lunch at a Thai restaurant at the DTC. While eating, my phone rang.  Now, I usually don't answer my phone when I'm talking in real life to [...]

8 09, 2022

Attending Ex-Catholics’ “Weddings”

By |2022-09-09T03:13:25+00:00September 8th, 2022|Theology|

There's a lot of combinations of sacramental debates happening today, but most of them are very similar:  Someone's Catholic family member is getting married outside the Church.  Half the family feels squeamish about it.  A priest steps in and says to the more conservative family members, "You should indeed go to your son's wedding outside the Church, so as to not break the bonds of charity.  That way, you can evangelize him back into the Church later." Then, all the lay people in the family have their consciences euthanized by the smiling priest, and they all go to the "wedding." Here's why that priest is wrong and it's actually a [...]

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