Daily Archives: 24 May 2021

Why men are alienated from contemporary Christianity

A friend just shared this with me. Today’s featured book is Losing the Good Portion by Leon Podles, an in depth exploration of why men are alienated from contemporary Christianity–one of the best, and only, books exploring this crucial problem, … Read More

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Today, sometime in the morning, my stat counter turned over to 100,000,000 – one-hundred-million – visits, since I started keeping stats. Thank you. This portends a pivotal week. Some support options! Supporter : $10.00 USD – monthlyHelper : $5.00 USD … Read More


ASK FATHER: When the next Carrington Event wipes out the grid, what will happen in our ultramontanist Church of the 21st century? 

From a reader… QUAERITUR: Our sun is waking up.  One sunspot let loose half a dozen flares ranging from C-class to M-class over the weekend.  Our magnetic shields are weak and getting weaker.  Barring Divine intervention, it’s only a matter … Read More

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Liberal Ass. of U.S. Catholic Priests is now pushing for the ordination of women

I read at Church Militant that the renegade, liberal Ass. of U.S. Catholic Priests is now pushing for the ordination of women, first to the diaconate.   This is not going to happen, but the confusion sown by such support warrants … Read More

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A Pentecost Monday lesson

It was a terrible mistake to eliminate the Octave of Pentecost in the Novus Ordo. It could be restored. REPOSTED: Years ago I told this Pentecost Monday tale and it has made the rounds.  It has made the rounds everywhere, … Read More

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WDTPRS: Pentecost Monday – from bondage to freedom, from anxiety to peace

Today is Pentecost Monday, during the Octave of Pentecost.  It is also called Whit Monday, a reference to the white garments of the newly baptized. We observe the Octave in the Traditional Roman calendar.  It was tragically, ridiculously, foolishly eliminated … Read More

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