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Saturday, January 24, 2015

Today we are in the midst of doctrinal and moral errors so great that even the anathemas of Trent are beginning to pale in insignificance. Hardly a dogma or a moral principle is not being undermined or perverted: Sacred Scripture reduced to myths, Christ downgraded to a mere man, the Church labeled as a medieval outmoded institution. Do we desert the Church? Or do we stay, watch and pray!

(Editor’s Note:  Msgr. Bandas was a member of two commissions during the Second Vatican Council, one on dogma and the other on seminaries. He attended every session of the Second Vatican Council, and he died on June 26, 1969. The founding editor of The Remnant, Walter L. Matt, a close friend of Msgr. Bandas, used to say that Vatican II brought on the early death of Msgr. Bandas—a brilliant, holy priest who died of a broken heart over the Council.  Msgr. Bandas himself, upon his return from Vatican II, predicted that, before all this was over, “the blood of faithful Catholics would flow in the sanctuaries.”  May the following words of the late, great Msgr. Bandas remain with us always. The article is reprinted from The Remnant, Feb. 12, 1968. MJM)

Almost a year ago our Holy Father proclaimed the Year of Faith. Towards the end of that year we join him now in a special way and pray with him in the words of the Collect of the Mass for Holy Pontiffs: “O God, you have saved Your Church from all threat of the powers of hell, by establishing her upon the foundation of the apostolic rock, grant that she may remain unswervingly in the way of truth and so be strengthened in continual security.”

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Friday, January 23, 2015

With a Common Core clearinghouse of materials “authorized” for use, Catholic schools will succumb to being just like the public schools. Are you okay with that?

This week is Catholic Schools Week – it is typically held during the last week of January with many schools having activities planned for each day of the week, including Mass. This might be a good time to look around, ask questions and see what kind of Catholic Identity your (arch-) diocesan schools really possess.

If your children don’t attend a Catholic school, it might be worth inquiring what the nearest school or your college alma mater is really doing in teaching the Faith – unless, of course, you attended Notre Dame, Georgetown, BC, LMU, most Jesuit high schools and universities because you already know how much they have resisted the Magisterium because they’re usually in the newspapers often enough.

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Monday, January 19, 2015

Looking for a different game for house parties and rainy days?   Try matching Popes with American presidents who are roughly contemporary.

In the style of Plutarch’s Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans, you might match, say, Eisenhower with Pius XII, Kennedy with John XXIII, Johnson with Paul VI, Reagan with John Paul II, and Obama with Francis.   The premise is that each age gives us Popes and Presidents to reflect it.   Push the comparisons too far and they will break down, but determining exactly how and when would be half the fun of the game.

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