19 10, 2021

A “different” church is a “false” church

By |2021-10-17T13:31:28+00:00October 19th, 2021|Theology|

We traditionalists often use the term "Remnant Church" to refer to other traditionalist Catholics.   Similarly, we may use terms against the modernists like "parallel church" or "false church" or "eclipsed church" or "counterfeit church." Of course, we all know that at the end of the day, that there can be only one Church, for Christ can have only one spouse, the Catholic Church: "Husbands, love your wives, as Christ loved the Church and gave Himself up for her, that He might sanctify her, having cleansed her by the washing of water with the word, so that he might present the Church to Himself in splendor."—Eph 5:25-27a. Archbishop Viganò uses [...]

5 10, 2021

Dream of a Restored Church

By |2021-10-03T19:49:54+00:00October 5th, 2021|Theology|

I frequently think that the return of Christ may be imminent, especially since it seems much of Matthew 24 has been fulfilled in the past 100 years and how much of 2 Thess 2 has been fulfilled in the past 10 years.  But a dream (literally a dream) this past week pumped the breaks on that expectation.  I decided against writing that entire dream here in my blog, and I certainly don't claim it was a private revelation, but I can say that the joy, peace, truth, love and light in the life of Catholics in that dream reminded me of the following approved private revelations on the restoration of [...]

30 09, 2021

My Servant, Who Suffers a Great Deal for the Faith

By |2022-04-14T01:30:10+00:00September 30th, 2021|Theology|

Guest Author: Andromeda Prologue: Until today, I had never heard of Professor Albert Drexel (1889-1997). He was born in Hohenems, in the Voralberg Province of Austria and was the third of five brothers, who, like him, were all priests. He was ordained in 1914. He held three doctorates in philology (i.e. study of language, strongly connected to the study of etymology). A week or so ago, I had started to formulate a desire to implore help from The Mother of God, namely, in the form of a visible sign that I could clearly understand. Knowing the seriousness of such a favor, and with childlike hope, I let it sit, and [...]

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