I’m sure you’ve been expecting this news and won’t be that surprised by it, but it’s still disheartening.
Just ignore the Old Testament, or the destruction of the ancient Hebrew religion when the Temple was destroyed, or much of human history in general.
Cardinal Burke issues a stern warning to the public that what is needed are more Masses, not fewer.
The better bishops are starting to come out and speak against the measures being taken. This isn’t surprising.
Our regularly scheduled papal encyclicals will be available later today.
Things are getting weird, folks.
Note: the following is a letter submitted to a podcast subscriber addressed to Bishop Strickland. It represents the views of the writer. — Anthony
Some say the AntiChrist is already among us. If he is, he must be taking notes.
The latest installment is the first real look at Marie Julie Jahenny’s incredible warnings about the Church for our times.
Turns out that Archbishop Vigano isn’t a fan of suppressing the public Mass. Who’d have thought? Update: In the video I say Portland is still having public Masses. Late yesterday Archbishop Sample rescinded that and decided it was prudent to submit to the secular rulers demands for no public gatherings over 10 people in size. …
I may be in the minority here, but suppressing the Mass isn’t a good idea. And yes, I know that St. Charles Boromeo closed Masses during a plague. That doesn’t mean it was a good idea.
Such a classic work that should honestly be read by anyone involved in an RCIA program.