Daily Archives: 19 August 2022

Jocko gives advice about, indirectly, leadership in the Church

If you are thoughtful, there are applications from this video to your local situation. Never mind that an idiot or two launch intellectually STUPID attacks on the Church as Militant. Think of every scene as a metaphor. This is about … Read More

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19 August – Sixtus III (Pelagian heretic?), other Sixti, and correspondence with Augustine

It is nice to make connections which show us how the Church was always alive throughout the centuries before our own time.  This is what the ideologues of the “spirit” of the Council want to disconnect and rupture. There are … Read More

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19 August – St. John Eudes: “Bad priests are a sign of God’s anger”

Today is the Feast of St. John Eudes, a great saint of the 17th c.  A great missionary. He was a promoter of devotion to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus and spiritual writer. Canonized in 1920’s, he has a gigantic … Read More

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Daily Rome Shot 538, etc. “Fifty years ago…”

Please remember me when shopping online. Thanks in advance.  US HERE – UK HERE Priestly chess players, drop me a line. HERE Black to move. Fifty years ago in Reykjavík, the controversy raged behind the scenes about the venue, the Laugardalshöll arena. Fischer … Read More