We cannot get discouraged. We must not form a circular firing squad. We cannot give in to bitterness and fear and anger. There was none of that at the foot of the first Cross and there must be none of it now at the foot of the new Cross on which the Mystical Body of Christ is being crucified. Read this article, hug your kids, pray your beads, and keep the old Faith. MJM
On Prayer [by St. Alphonsous Liguori]: O most Sorrowful and Immaculate Mother, thou didst weep so bitterly over thy Son Who died for my salvation. Thy Son is now dead on the Cross—that Son so loving, who loved thee so much! Weep, for thou hast reason to weep. Who can ever bring thee any consolation? Only this thought can console thee: that, by His death, Jesus conquered hell, opened heaven, and gained so many souls. From the throne of the Cross, He shall reign in many hearts, which, conquered by His love, will serve Him with love and devotion.
In one of Remnant TV’s new “Sunday Sermons from South St. Paul”, that France—the great Catholic jewel of holy Christendom—is no longer the ‘eldest daughter of the Church.’ That daughter, says Father, is dead, and France today is the youngest daughter of Mohammed.
God help us, it would seem that Father is quite right.
O, my people,
Can you hear the howling wind
And the bleating of the sheep?
Can you see the darkened sky
And the dimming of the moon?
Can you hear the women weep
And the little children cry
When the fire burns
And the arrows fly
And the walls come crashing down?
Catholic culture is ruined. It has been turned upside down and inside out. Nothing means the same thing anymore; nothing makes sense. There is a battle raging for our minds and the Church Militant is losing. There is no will to fight, no banner to uphold, no trumpets to sound or bugles to play. The Catholic world has caved. Abaddon is raging like a bull through the City.
Those social commentators suspect that there is something about zombie lore that speaks to us in the modern era, that somehow amidst our comfort and prosperity, we have never been more fragile. They posit that somehow our golden lives, compared to every generation that came before, are more fragile, that something isn’t right and we know it. That the life we lead, like the zombies, gives the appearance of life, but is truly dead.
I think there might be something to this analysis (although not in the way they likely mean it.) Of all the zombie storytelling that has occurred these past decades, there is one zombie movie that stands out in my mind as social commentary, directly tapping into the vein. That one story that stands out above all the others, which should almost go without saying, is the slacker cinema classic “Shaun of the Dead.”
Are you preparing to eat the turkey, the dressing, the mashed potatoes, and cranberries? Put them aside and hunker down for a new twist on the Thanksgiving holiday.
“The American Indians, European immigrants, Spaniards, and other cultures around the world, according to National Geographic, often celebrated the harvest season with feasts to offer thanks to higher powers/God for their sustenance and survival.”
The Christian Science Monitor further states “the trouble is, almost everything we’ve been taught about Thanksgiving in 1621 is a myth. The holiday has two distinct histories – actual one and the romanticized one.
Sunday Sermons from South St. Paul: Pope Francis and the Leaven of Evil
Father points out that France is no longer the 'eldest daughter of the Church' but rather the 'youngest daughter of Mohammed', and that the reason for this is the false leaven of the new Church, i.e., Pope Francis's leaven of dialogue, leaven of ecumenism, leaven of evil.
Plus, guess which Christian denomination, according to a recent Pew Research Center study, is most favorable to homosexual behavior.
Are you a gnostic? A Pelagian? Pope Francis evidently thinks so. The Pope's recent address in Florence is dissected in this episode of the Mike n' Chris Show, and found to be not only hopelessly wanting, but downright terrifying. What is Francis's vision for the Church of the future? One that is "bruised, hurting and dirty." God save us what is this man's problem!
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Introduction: The War versus the Battle
In analyzing the outcome of that massive fraud called the Synod on the Family, it will not do to look at the Synod in isolation as a battle between opposing forces, applying a victory-defeat binary to each side’s position. The context of the synodal battle is the war on Tradition over the past fifty years, waged by a neo-Modernist army whose conquering march through the open gates of Vatican II has laid waste to vast stretches of the landscape of the Faith, forcing traditional Catholics to fall back into fortified defensive enclaves or to act as resistance fighters at the risk of detection, capture and execution—the fate of many tradition-minded priests and even bishops in occupied territory.
Therefore, before we ask how the Synod went, we must ask how the war is going.
"Do not be fooled by the Synod. Do not let your conscience lead you to damnation."
Bishop Mercy of Laodicea to the Apostle Paul. Grace and peace to you.
I was recently sent a copy of your first letter to the Corinthians and I have a few matters I would like to address with you.
I marvel at your conception of God when you say:
“Don’t you know that you yourselves are God’s temple and that God’s Spirit dwells in your midst? If anyone destroys God’s temple, God will destroy that person; for God’s temple is sacred, and you together are that temple. ” (1 Cor. 3:16-17)