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7 02, 2023

A Circular Firing Squad of Catholics

By |2023-02-08T03:11:07+00:00February 7th, 2023|Theology|

Richard Williamson was born in the UK during WWII.  He converted from Anglicanism to Catholicism in 1971.  He was later ordained a priest in 1976 and consecrated a bishop in 1988, both by Archbishop Lefebvre.  Bishop Williamson was a bishop for the SSPX and later departed from them.  Last year (in Spring 2022) I met Bp. Williamson in England and even stayed with him one evening.  I found him very intelligent and gracious.  However, you don't have to appreciate Bp. Williamson as much as I do to appreciate a prophetic quote from him below.  I think even people who find him too "extreme" or too "controversial" or too "disobedient" need to [...]

4 02, 2023

A Narc and Her Flying Monkeys

By |2023-02-05T19:30:09+00:00February 4th, 2023|Life|

You would think that after I was on Dr. Taylor Marshall's show late last year explaining boundaries to narcissism, those very narcissists would leave me alone.  But recently an angry woman (who left the traditional Catholic-movement a couple years ago) snagged a very broken man (who had been abused by a priest as a child, and later left the Catholic Church—not JS) to harass and divide some high-profile friends of mine in the traditional Catholic world, including myself (the smallest fish in that group of online professionals she attacked.) That woman Narc employed that man as a flying-monkey (a groupy who spreads lies) to conquer and divide those Catholics she [...]

2 02, 2023

Early Martyrs Against Religious-Pluralism

By |2023-01-30T02:39:56+00:00February 2nd, 2023|Theology|

Most modernist Catholics have a sentimental devotion to the early martyrs. Perhaps in the eyes of modernist Catholics, the early martyrs seem like weak but ignorant victims at the hands of bygone Roman procurators.  Perhaps this is simply how things happened in a more cruel time of world history?  Yet, we must remember that St. Felicity had her execution delayed with St. Perpetua precisely because she was pregnant.  Even the Roman Empire would not kill an unborn baby, as they admitted this was shedding innocent blood.  So, which age is more cruel?  Ours or theirs? Another thing we may overlook today is that the pagan procurators of the Roman Empire [...]

31 01, 2023

My Experience of the Sacraments in Africa

By |2023-01-31T14:38:06+00:00January 31st, 2023|Theology|

One of the few "racially insensitive" things I have said in my life (and by "insensitive" I mean how as a liberal, I spoke as a liberal, that is, talking down to ethnic folks while sounding like you're talking up to them) happened several years after my priestly ordination and I was visiting the FSSP seminary in Denton, NE.  I met a Nigerian seminarian in the refectory and we talked about my mission work.   (I told him how I had been on mission to Rwanda in 2014 as a priest.  Then, I was still doing both the Novus Ordo and the TLM.  See above picture and below picture.) In [...]

26 01, 2023

The Mystical Body’s Ever-Changing Crucifixion

By |2023-01-26T16:10:09+00:00January 26th, 2023|Theology|

The earliest age of the Church was the age of blood martyrs. As I currently am reading the Victories of the Martyrs by St. Alphonsus, I am repeatedly shocked how spontaneously the earliest Catholic men and women and children chide their Roman procurators for their pagan worship. Before the threat of flames, little girls openly declare they would rather suffer several minutes in the flames than the eternal flames to which the Roman procurator will throw himself if he does not repent for his idolatry. That early age of the Church carried the physical cross of Jesus Christ. Indeed, many of the early martyrs were literally crucified, as was Our [...]

24 01, 2023

Revisiting “Santa Muerte”

By |2023-01-24T14:47:09+00:00January 24th, 2023|Theology|

On my video called Theology and Current Events (TCE) #41 I was joined in early 2022 by Armando Valenzuela to discuss the Mexican “devotion” called “Santa Muerte.” Mr. Valenzuela is a former police officer and special-agent from the Los Angeles Police Department. One thing Armando made clear (and no one can accuse him of "racism" since he's half-Mexican and half-Pima Indian) is that the Santa Muerte devotion is not an old Mexican devotion based in Catholicism, but a new diabolical act of worship of the demon of death introduced into the country by Mexican drug cartels.   Or, more likely, as we will see later, it is a return of the [...]

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