Sabbath Sunday: St. Basil The Great, The Hexaemeron 1

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Please review postIt’s always interesting listening to or reading homilies by the Fathers of the Church. This is especially true of Doctors of the Church. St. Basil the Great is one such notable figure. In my video below I provide an introduction to the Seraphic Doctor. In short, however, it’s noteworthy the absolutely different levelContinue reading “Sabbath Sunday: St. Basil The Great, The Hexaemeron 1”

Podcast/AudioBook: The Compendium of Christian Doctrine, aka the Catechism of Pope St. Pius X, part 3

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Please review postThis book is a favorite among traditional Catholics for the use of catechesis. It’s presentation is pretty straightforward: divided into sections, with each section focusing on a topic that is explored in a question and answer session. This is part 3 because I am uploading it weekly in 30-40 minute segments.

Podcast: Another Diocese Reveals Abuse Allegations

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Please review postWe should get used to this. Many dioceses around the US have launched their own internal investigations about past abuses and the cover up of bad priests and their predatory behavior. But this is worth paying attention to beyond the salacious details because the response by the Bishops and how they choose toContinue reading “Podcast: Another Diocese Reveals Abuse Allegations”

Podcast: Your Guide To Modernist Vocabulary, Part 1

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Please review postOne of my favorite things about Modernism is ambiguity. Part of ambiguity, which Archbishop Vigano rightly called ‘weaponized,’ is that ambiguity provides a great deal of flexibility to those who use it. In terms of vocabulary it can be damning in that ambiguous language can be used to mean anything.  To that end,Continue reading “Podcast: Your Guide To Modernist Vocabulary, Part 1”

Thoughts on “Tone”

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Please review postTone policing is the practice of calling people out for the tone they take when making an argument. This is most noticeable when difficult subjects are talked about, especially divisive ones that tug on the heartstrings or involve controversial subjects that conflict with a social sense of justice and fairness. In Catholic circlesContinue reading “Thoughts on “Tone””

Podcast: That’s Blasphemous: January 16, 2019, plus an update

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Please review postFirst, the update: I received a notice from SubscribeStar saying that my account was ready for supporters. For those of you who have messaged me saying that you were waiting on SubscribeStar to be ready, my profile can be found here. Second, you may notice in the coming days some changes to thisContinue reading “Podcast: That’s Blasphemous: January 16, 2019, plus an update”

Keto and the Danger of Sugar Alcohols

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Please review postI know, not a typical post for this blog, but bear with me. A couple of weeks ago I wrote a short piece called ‘not a resolution’ where I detailed my return to a ketogenic lifestyle after a few failed attempts. I started again on the 29th of December after returning home fromContinue reading “Keto and the Danger of Sugar Alcohols”

VIDEO: The Strange Case of the Slaves Of The Immaculate Heart of Mary

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Please review postVideo: Sources: Click to access 20170307-Letter.pdf Notification Concerning Mass and the Sacraments at Saint Benedict Center Press Release: January 12, 2019 Response to Media Inquiries Saint Benedict Center Official Press Statements Click to access Decree-Precepts-StBenedictCtr.pdf https://www.sentinelsource.com/news/local/manchester-diocese-forbids-catholics-from-activities-at-st-benedict-center/article_2bd53a3c-5c9f-57c8-93e2-91cdad1ae81a.html

VIDEO: Zanchetta and Pope Francis’s Lavender Allies

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Please review postSomeday someone should make a list of everyone we know in the Vatican lives an ‘alternative’ lifestyle. Video: Sources: Director of Papal Residence, Msgr. Battista Ricca, Highlights Depth of Homosexual Infiltration in the Church The Zanchetta situation is a microcosm of the current crisis

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