Daily Archives: 4 October 2018

4 Oct – St. Francis of Assisi – TWO points

On this Feast of the great St. Francis of Assisi, I offer two things.
First, I invite all of you to pray to St. Francis to intervene and end the persecution of the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate.
Next, this is what … Continue reading

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Crisis: “The Pope as Supreme Being”

Run, don’t walk, to read James Kalb’s piece at Crisis entitled:
“The Pope as Supreme Being”.

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The Power of Silence? Card. Sarah declines role on #2018Synod committee

LifeSite:
Cardinal Sarah declines election to key committee at Vatican Youth Synod [“walking together”]
VATICAN CITY, October 4, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) — Cardinal Robert Sarah was elected last evening as a member of the Information Commission responsible for disseminating news on the Vatican … Continue reading

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Archbp. Chaput to #Synod2018 – no “LGBTQ” in any Church document

Some people are concerned that the 2018 Synod (“walking together”) on Youth will be rigged to create unheard of new openings toward the normalization of homosexual acts and homosexualist identity.
Today I read at the Catholic Herald, the UK’s best Catholic weekly, … Continue reading

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ESOLEN: The prelates of sodom – #sodoclericalism

A The Catholic Thing the scholar and translator of Dante’s Divine Comedy uses this most important of works to unpack a central issue in The Present Crisis.
There are those today, such as highly tattooed gang of Team Francis, who work assiduously … Continue reading

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The bones of St. Ambrose examined and verified

I put on my patristicist cap today with super excitement.  I saw at NLM Greg DiPippo’s spiffy post which conveys news from Italian media about forensic analysis of the bones of St. Ambrose, Bishop and Doctor, who died in 397.  … Continue reading

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