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Catholic Identity Conference ONLINE: On-Demand Video Conference Tickets Available Right Now FeaturedWritten by Michael Matt | Editor
This year’s Catholic Identity Conference is now officially sold out, but we will be offering an “On-Demand CIC 2017” login and password that enables you to not miss a minute of this historic conference.
The CIC kicks off Friday evening with Pontifical Low Traditional Latin Mass offered by the great Bishop Athanasius Schneider. (RTV will be providing coverage of this for our On-Demand subscribers only.)
Mass will be followed by the CIC 2017 introduction by Michael J. Matt and Eric Frankovitch, followed by the opening address delivered by our guest of honor—Bishop Athanasius Schneider. Q&A sessions will follow each talk.
Bishop Athanasius Schneider Offers Historic TLM
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) – The annual pontifical mass in honor of the Emperor Blessed Karl of Austria took place yesterday (October 21, 2017) at Mary Mother of God Church in Washington, D.C. The event, organized by the United States branch of the Blessed Karl League of Prayer, received a large turnout of around 500 people, among whom, most importantly, were His Highness Prince Dimitri Galitzine, great-grandson of Blessed Karl, and his wife, Her Highness Princess Alexandra Galitzine. The pontifical mass was celebrated by his Excellency, Bishop Athanasius Schneider, O.R.C, auxiliary bishop of the archdiocese of Astana, Kazakhstan, with Reverend D.B. Thomas as Assistant Priest, Reverend Luke Melcher as deacon, and Reverend Garrett O’Brien as subdeacon.
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.