Daily Archives: 1 August 2016

“What’s the difference between a dissenting Catholic and a Protestant?”

On the heels of my post earlier today about bad Catholics, on the one hand, and the oblivious who drift (or dash) into some amorphous new “religion”, on the other, I note that Fr. Robert Sirico of Acton Institute has … Continue reading

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Ultrapapalism is the other side of the coin of Sedevacantism

I extend my compliments to Fr. Hunwicke today for an excellent observation at his excellent blog Mutual Enrichment. Here is an excerpt from the post I have in mind. You can read the whole thing there: Two very brief pointers. … Continue reading

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Belgian priest injured in knife attack

From the Catholic Herald: Fr Jos Vanderlee, 65, was rushed to hospital following the attack, but his condition is not thought to be critical A priest in Belgium was stabbed, after letting an asylum seeker into his home to use … Continue reading

Posted in The Coming Storm, The future and our choices | 9 Comments

“People can do just about whatever they want.”

The events of the last few days prompt me to go back to something I read at LifeSite waaaaay back on 8 July (which in blog years is about a decade). Bp. Thomas Tobin of Providence nailed it when he said, … Continue reading

Posted in Cri de Coeur, Hard-Identity Catholicism, The Coming Storm, The future and our choices | Tagged , | 13 Comments