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Saturday, April 30, 2016

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One of the principal responsibilities of parish pastors is to protect the faithful from ravaging wolves. But wolves are not always readily recognized for what they really are. Remember the folk tale Little Red Riding Hood? “Grandmother, what big arms you have!” “All the better to hug you with.” Grandmother, what big ears you have!” “All the better to hear you with.” Grandmother, what big teeth you have!” “All the better to eat you with.” And the wicked wolf pounced upon Little Red Riding Hood and ate her all up.

Wolves in disguise are found not only in fairy tales and on Wall Street but within the hierarchy of the Church. Perhaps you are thinking that this Last Word concerns the Wolf of Rome but for now our focus is on wolves closer to home: The U.S. episcopal wolves who fleece the flock with a plethora of collections.

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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

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New From Remnant TV...

Francis says his new, non-judgmental Church is the ‘church of accompaniment’. Question is: accompaniment to where? Heaven? Hell? La-La Land? Not sure what Pope Francis is talking about anymore? Join the club.

Plus, Michael Matt announces he is standing with a much-maligned defender of the Church.  Which one? Watch this video to find out.

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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

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I have been wondering why the Kasper/Amoris Laetitia Proposal has prompted such a deep feeling of loathing and disgust. This response has for me been at a gut level, and I have been trying to understand it. Today I think I figured it out.

Many years ago, when I was studying the Faith, I came to an extraordinary realization that changed the direction of my life forever. I had already started taking seriously the moral law, but immediately began to see the admonition of Christ to “be perfect as my Father in heaven is perfect” (Mt. 5:48) as a calamity. If Jesus requires such absolute perfection from me, my chances of heavenly beatitude were slim indeed! I came close to despairing and nearly gave the whole thing up.

--Recalling Why They Resisted…Protestantism in the Church Since Vatican II

--Amoris Laetitia: Anatomy of a Pontifical Debacle

--“The Joy of Love”: Truth in the Service of a Lie

--SUNDAY SERMONS: Mercy, Justice and the Apostolic Exhortation

--Diocesan Pastor Calls Brother Priests to Stand and Resist, Warns SSPX to Be Wary

--The Apostolic Exhortation and the Abolishment of the Sin of Presumption

--Pope Francis, the Apostolic Exhortation and the Age of Individual Conscience

--Archbishop Lefebvre Was Wrong All Along! Right?

--Cardinal Dolan on Apostolic Exhortation: “Under the guidance of the Holy Spirit the Church is trying to be faithful"

--The Martyrdom of the Body of Christ

--Father Longenecker Retracts

--Communion in the Hand: The Floor Is Stained with His Blood

 

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