Disclaimer: Guest articles represent the opinion of the author and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of this site owner or any affiliated staff. I find myself in the process of a long and difficult vocational discernment. In the midst of a newly blossomed engagement and the concrete offering of a very good and holyContinue reading “Guest Submission: Sacrifice and Supernatural Love: My Thoughts on Vocational Discernment in the Modern Church”
Yes, we have rights as Catholics, specifically rights within the Church. For example, we have the right to have the traditional Latin Mass said at our parish if there are sufficient numbers of the laity in our parish who want the Mass of the Saints said regularly. But today we’re talking about our rights asContinue reading “Podcast: Do You Know Your Rights As A Catholic?”
There is something exhausting about talking about and researching anti-Christian terrorism, not only because of the horrors, violence and suffering, which are obviously terrible and taxing things on their own. No, its exhausting because, inevitably, the secular enemies of Christ try to either blame Christians in some way for the violence or to change theContinue reading “Podcast: Sri Lanka And The Need For Prayer”
Disclaimer: Guest articles represent the opinion of the author and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of this site owner or any affiliated staff. By Fra Aloysius Mariae de Sanctus Nicolau Jorge Mario Bergoglio has been, and still is, known to harshly rebuke those who come to the defense of traditional mores and sound CatholicContinue reading “Guest Submission: Bergoglio to Rekindle Pharisees in a Favorable Light after Rabbinical Admonishment”
Or so the secular and left-Catholic media (but I repeat myself) are trying to imply in their attacks on Benedict’s recent letter.
I usually space episodes of this over several months but the attacks on the family from Satan are increasing.
One of the hallmarks of our age of decadence is how over concern for the feelings of literally everyone, but especially for those of unrepentant sinners.
Disclaimer: Guest articles represent the opinion of the author and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of this site owner or any affiliated staff. by David Martin Easter is a time to rise from the polluted sepulcher of this world and to see things spiritually as they truly are. The Blessed Virgin at Fatima warnedContinue reading “Guest Submission: The Shepherd of Open Borders (article and poem)”
There is something demonic about secular leaders being unwilling to say the name Christ in any form. Maybe that sounds provocative but frankly I’m caring less and less about being subtle these days, though that may just be my growing frustration at the state of things talking right now.
Poetry by David Martin There once was a shepherd who was obsessed with inclusion; Who abetted world planners in their cause of intrusion. He cared not that killers would pillage the nation, And behead those who live for their Christian oblation.
Poetry submitted by Eddie God will win,so will you be marble or clay. Think carefully, before he starts chipping away. If you choose marble, know He will hammer away. So pick the other, He’s much more gentle with clay. But truth is, there’s a much easier way. Run to Blessed Mary, she molds Saints everyContinue reading “Guest Submission:”
Disclaimer: Guest articles represent the opinion of the author and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of this site owner or any affiliated staff. By Will Boomhower I have to believe that most thinking Catholics are troubled and often confused by the divisions that currently plague the church. I just returned from morning Mass; afterward IContinue reading “Guest Submission: TIME & ETERNITY”