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Friday, October 20, 2017
the denial of saint peter adam de costerPope Peter on Jesus Christ: "I know not the man."

Introduction by Michael J. Matt

Clearly, the current crisis in the Church is now without precedent.  If history is hiding a more disastrous pontificate than that of Pope Francis, I’d be interested to learn which one. And as the battle for the soul of the human element of Christ’s Church rages on—a battle which, as Our Lady predicted it would, now has “cardinals opposing cardinals, bishops against bishops…churches and altars sacked… and [a Church] full of those who accept compromises”—there is a growing temptation to conclude that all is lost and it’s time to go off and “do our own thing”. But then, what? What happens to the Church if all her faithful sons and daughters abandon her? This is not an option for the faithful Catholic—the soldier of Christ—who must  stand up, step up, and fight on. When the Son of Man returns he must find faith, if only in a remnant.

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Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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Down in the catacombs, Michael Matt discusses mobocracy and what's really behind the 'war on statues' raging in the streets of America. First it was Robert E. Lee, then it was Christopher Columbus and now it statues of saints, the Blessed Virgin and Our Lord Himself. This war on the past is morphing into a war on Christian history, and now Catholic schools are getting into the act by smashing their own statues.

What's it all mean? Is this the beginning of a new 'reign of terror'?  The mob is out of control again, and just as it turned on Robespierre the first time around it's again turning on its own (e.g., Nancy Pelosi in San Francisco last week). The one standing up to it is not the Pope, not the bishops, but a most unlikely political figure--the only geopolitical voice in the world still defending Christianity and Catholic history. Plus, the latest on next week's Catholic Identity Conference.
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Saturday, October 14, 2017

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When we lost Cardinal Carlo Caffarra on September 6, 2017, we gained--it is to be securely hoped--an advocate in Heaven.  His Eminence was well known as one of the “Dubia Cardinals,” or four papal advisors who presented Pope Francis with five concisely-worded queries which, if answered unequivocally and in accordance with Tradition, would put a virtual halt to the moral maelstrom in which the universal Church is presently being engulfed.  For over a calendar year now, the world has been waiting in vain for a response from the pontiff who approaches all difficulties (or so he ceaselessly proclaims) through “dialogue, dialogue, dialogue.”[1] Cardinal Caffarra has now followed Joachim Cardinal Meisner, requiescant in pace, in completing his earthly pilgrimage before being received by His Holiness in response to their earnest request.

--Mike & Chris in Black & White

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--LOST CAUSES: Filial Correction and the Battle of Lepanto

--Killing Capital Punishment: How Pope John Paul Set Precedent for Pope Francis

--Cardinal Burke & the SSPX: The Big Picture

--Wait! Wait! It’s all a MISTRANSLATION!

--George Weigel Scolds Remnant TV, Catholic Identity Conference

 

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