Tag Archives: Michael Voris

A solid “state of the question” VIDEO about The Present Crisis

When we write scholarly papers or monographs or theses, or even in depth blog posts, analyzing a burning question, we often begin with a status quaestionis section: What is the state of the question?
This morning Michael Voris posted a “Vortex” video … Continue reading

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Cri de Coeur: calls for punishing action against bishops complicit in L’Affaire McCarrick

Today I read at Crisis a smart piece by Eric Sammons which argued that, because of the unaddressed, indeed covered up scandal of McCarrick … and others, just wait!… Catholics should address the problem of feckless bishops by withholding money:  … Continue reading

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VIDEO @Michael_Voris makes an appeal. ACTION ITEM!

In the last couple of years I’ve written more than once about the Church’s attribute of indefectibility.  In a nutshell, the Church’s members may err or fail, but the Church cannot.
Which leads me to advance a video that Michael Voris made.
He makes a … Continue reading

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Fr. Z’s thoughts on Michael Voris’ public statement

Michael Voris recently released a public statement about his past and about his conversion.
I don’t entirely understand the circumstances or timing of this statement.
My thoughts.
We constantly pray for sinners to convert and we say we are happy when they do!
I … Continue reading

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SSPX not in schism

Michael Voris and his initiative Church Militant have been militating pretty hard these days against the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX – a society of priests, not lay people, having a less than perfect canonical status).
Michael is pushing hard that the … Continue reading

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“Pause” for a moment to see Michael Voris’ new project

Like Michael Voris.  Hate Michael Voris.  Whatever.  Voris is a man with convictions and he acts on them.  That’s admirable.
Like his projects.  Hate his projects.  He is doing something concrete with the time, talent and treasure at his disposal.
Would … Continue reading

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VIDEO: Figuring out this pontificate

Here is a video from Michael Voris, who offers one point of view.
For your thoughtful, thought-filled, discussion.
Think before hitting that “Post” key.

Moderation queue is ON.
First comment: I wish they’d change the music at the end.

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Michael Voris, Card. Burke… corrections

Get this from Michael Voris:

Michael stood up. Good for him.
UPDATE 24 Oct:
It has been interesting reading the reactions to what Mr. Voris did.
I wonder if some people, especially over at The Olympian Middle, aren’t mired in the fault of papalotry.
Just … Continue reading

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Oh the humanity!

Okay… we orthodox, faithful, conservative Catholics are the most flexible people around, but this simply needs some sort of intervention.
Michael Voris is in Rome.  He was doing some coverage of the Synod and has stayed also for the trad events … Continue reading

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Michael Voris interviewed, speaks of the role of singles

Here is something you don’t see everyday.
A frequent commentatrix here, Supertradmum, has interviewed Michael Voris.  HERE
Of interest are the questions on the vocation and role of single people in the Church.
A sample:
Question One: I want to concentrate on a subject … Continue reading

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How many people are going to Hell… and why?

Here is an interesting video from Michael Voris.
I suggest listening to the end.
This concerns whether many or few or none go to Hell.
I, and others, addressed this not long ago and a kerfuffle arose.  HERE
I wrote:
The greatest accomplishment of the … Continue reading

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Voris on Francis, off-the-cuff remarks, and the MSM

Here is Michael Voris on the “Who am I to judge!” line from Pope Francis on the airplane.
He puts his foot wrong in calling Msgr. Ricca a bishop (he isn’t) but that doesn’t change the substance of what Voris has … Continue reading

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Acton U 2013: Day 1 (with UPDATES)

I am once again participating in Acton University. This is a wonderful few days.
There are swarms of people this year, I think last night the announcer said 1300 people from 85 countries.

Fr. Robert Sirico gave the opening address.

Over the years … Continue reading

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Catholic League’s head: Pope Francis should expel Vatican’s ‘Gay Lobby’

This doesn’t need a lot of commentary.
From NewsMax:
Catholic League’s Bill Donohue: Pope Must Oust Vatican’s ‘Gay Lobby’
The “gay lobby” Pope Francis says is at work in the Vatican must be ousted to prevent further damage to the Catholic Church, says … Continue reading

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Voris video on Vatican II’s built in vagueness

Here is a video from Michael Voris in his usual non-committal, indifferent, ambiguous, vague, tepid, ho-hum style.  o{];¬)
I will remind the readership that in the greater arc of the Church’s history, Vatican II wasn’t all that important.  It is still … Continue reading

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