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1 09, 2022

QuickPod: The Second Amendment and Third Secret

By |2022-09-05T03:57:49+00:00September 1st, 2022|Podcasts, Sermons, Talks|

Dearmament year of Civilians in Genocidal Regimes with total deaths following - 1911 Turkey, then killed 1.5M Armenian EOs - 1929, Russia, 20M - 1935, China, 20M - 1940? German 6M Jews - 1956 Cambodia 1M - 1964 Guatemala 100k (Mayans) - 1970 Uganda 300k (Christians) https://rumble.com/embed/v1fqyb9/?pub=e5jg1  

1 09, 2022

Don’t Talk to the Dead Even If You Think They’re Saved

By |2022-09-01T15:05:44+00:00September 1st, 2022|Theology|

Except for asking for the intercession of canonized saints, our main contact with those who have gone before us should be praying for the souls in Purgatory.  In other words, we're supposed to be praying to God for them, not usually discussing things with them. It is true that we can ask souls in Purgatory for help, but that has to be done in general asking their intercession, not specifically. In fact, it's either St. Alphonsus or St. Bellarmine who teaches that such requests on earth for intercession from the Holy Souls in Purgatory must be addressed to God first to then He asks the Holy Souls to intercede. (It's [...]

29 08, 2022

TCE 48: Daily Leadership with a Navy SEAL

By |2022-08-29T14:23:13+00:00August 29th, 2022|Podcasts, Sermons, Talks|

Mike, a retired Navy SEAL (and former parishioner of mine) discuss on today's podcast how to live daily virtue in a Catholic vocation in a society inundated with unnecessary information.  Mike's CV is unusually impressive:  He is a retired career naval officer who served 27 years in Naval Special Warfare, which is the formal community designation for the US Navy SEALs. During his time in uniform, he led or commanded SEAL platoons, task units, assault teams, squadrons, strike forces, and joint task forces during 13 deployments, seven of them to combat. He did three tours at Naval Special Warfare Development Group and was among the first special operators to fight [...]

27 08, 2022

Specific Reasons to Give Thanks

By |2022-08-27T15:17:49+00:00August 27th, 2022|Life|

I want to thank all my donors for your tremendous kindness to my way of life of prayer, study, podcasting, pro-life work and evangelization.  One advantage to having many "small donors" instead of "big donors" is this:  I am beholden to no one except Christ as I speak and write as best as I can on issues of reform of Church and State.  When someone comes to the point that they don't like what I say or write, they simply leave my support team, and it doesn't affect me too much. I wish them all the best!  I truly have no hard feelings at all.  I would rather have the [...]

25 08, 2022

American Mass Attendance Before and After “the Council.”

By |2022-09-04T14:09:49+00:00August 25th, 2022|Theology|

Photo credit above:  Dr. Peter Kwasniewski. A new CARA study quoting Gallup polls has recently published statistics on current American Catholicism as seen above. We have all known for awhile that there were more ex-Catholics than Catholics in the USA, but the spread is enormous in the above numbers that just came out in 2022. In one graphic from CARA (above chart) see especially that there's almost 113 million US Catholics baptized but only about 53 million of them even attempt to attend yearly Mass at Christmas and Easter. Another study (above) came out a few years ago showing the striking comparisons between the faith-based practices of Catholics who currently go to [...]

23 08, 2022

“Ecumenical:” Old and New Definitions

By |2022-08-24T14:18:17+00:00August 23rd, 2022|Theology|

Top Left:  An icon of St. Maximus the Confessor, a 7th century Greek monk loyal to Rome.  Top Right:  An "icon" of Fr. Hans Urs Von Balthasar SJ, a Jesuit of the 20th century. Ecumenical for the first thousand years of Christianity was an adjective to describe dogmatic meetings of orthodox bishops who cared about accurately defining the Catholic Faith.  New Advent has a good definition: "Ecumenical Councils are those to which the bishops, and others entitled to vote, are convoked from the whole world (oikoumene) under the presidency of the pope or his legates, and the decrees of which, having received papal confirmation, bind all Christians."  All 21 ecumenical [...]

21 08, 2022

One Year into My Two-Year Prediction

By |2022-08-21T20:12:32+00:00August 21st, 2022|Life|

The above picture is Dr. Peter McCullough MD and myself at the recent LifeSite News Gala in Florida, August 2022.   Dr. McCullough is a Texas-based cardiologist has stood courageously against the dangerous COVID vaccines on both Tucker Carlson and the Joe Rogan show. Recently, someone posted the above FB post of mine back to my FB profile comments to remind me of what a ridiculous prediction I made about the COVID vaccine one year ago this week.  The person who posted that against me must not be looking at medical news too much, because I'm hardly ashamed of that FB post last year.  The sad and sobering fact is [...]

20 08, 2022

How Catholics (Who Believe in Fatima) Should See Trump

By |2022-08-21T14:31:30+00:00August 20th, 2022|Theology|

I despise President Trump's Operation Warp-Speed that rolled out the COVID vaccine. I understand he promoted staff who lived alternative lifestyles. Neither of these are things that King St. Louis IX would have done if he were a monarch in the USA in the 21st century. But such a saint is not alive today, and we need to decide if we're going to get behind the least-bad man we've been given on the right in decades by Divine Providence. The problem is this: Many traditional Catholics now say some form of this assertion: "A country founded on Protestant and freemasonic principles was always going to fall and Trump is just [...]

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