Daily Archives: 19 August 2020

Fishwrap is openly pro-abortion – ACTION ITEM!

It will not surprise you that Fishwrap (aka National Schismatic Reporter) has come down firmly in the pro-abortion camp.   One of its most important, show-cased writers, the disciple of Sr. Margaret Farley, the open lesbian Jamie Manson. This could be next … Read More

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OPPORTUNITY ALERT! Aquinas Institute – Courses begin 14 September

Dr. Peter Kwasniewski, a board member of the Aquinas Institute— the folks who are publishing, for the first time, the Opera Omnia of St. Thomas Aquinas in parallel Latin & English, in some 60 blue hardcover volumes — sent me … Read More

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Some thoughts about Vatican II

Since I was responded elsewhere to a question about Bp. Barron’s recent videos and his view of traditional Catholics, and since every answer he gives seems to circles around Vatican II, it occurred to me that some of you might … Read More

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ASK FATHER: What is Bp. Robert Barron up to when it comes to “trads”?

RobertFrom a reader… QUAERITUR: I was watching Bishop Barron’s videos about Vatican II and traditionalists.   I can’t shake the feeling that something is missing in them.  What do you think about these videos?  I can’t put my finger on it.  … Read More

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Concelebration and COVID-1984: a San Francisco strategy

This is interesting. His Excellency Most Reverend Salvatore Cordileone arranged for multiple Masses to be celebrated simultaneously on the plaza in front of the Cathedral of San Francisco. Alas, these Masses were versus populum, but they were Masses in what … Read More

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#ASonnetADay – SONNET 12.

#ASonnetADay – SONNET 12. pic.twitter.com/OoGYsoCks6 — Fr. John Zuhlsdorf (@fatherz) August 19, 2020

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