Martyrology-October 27th Roman Martyrology-October 27th-on this date in various years- The vigil of the holy apostles Simon and Jude. At Avila in Spain, under the governor Dacian, the Saints Vincent, Sabina, and Christeta. They were first stretched on the rack in such a manner that all their limbs were dislocated; then stones being laid on their heads, and their brains beaten out with heavy bars, their martyrdom was fulfilled. At Tilchatel in France, St. Florentius, martyr. In Cappadocia, Read more [...]

Fr. John Jenkins and the politics of Notre Dame (and) Fighting Irish Football

Fr. John Jenkins and the politics of Notre Dame (and) Fighting Irish Football Tom O'Toole Fighting Irish Thomas: Catholicism, Politics, Saints and Notre Dame 10/10/14 On the surface, it seems to be the height of absurdity to hire a board member (Katie Washington) to your Catholic University who vehemently disagrees with Catholic teaching on abortion and contraception at the precise time you are suing a government that shares the same vehement disagreement with this Catholic teaching because Read more [...]

Judge rejects 3 claims in exorcism sex abuse lawsuit

[Fr. Euteneuer's "extracurricular" activities at Human Life International back in the news] Judge rejects 3 claims in exorcism sex abuse lawsuit By Joe Beck 10/24/14 FRONT ROYAL -- Warren County Circuit Court Judge Dennis L. Hupp has dismissed three of four claims of legal wrongdoing against a Front Royal-based international Catholic organization in a lawsuit involving accusations Read more [...]

Is Dr. Jeff losing his grip? He seems to like the message but not the messenger.

[Is Dr. Jeff losing his grip? He seems to like the message but not the messenger.]

1. Do not confuse sacramental discipline and Catholic doctrine.
By Dr. Jeff Mirus | Oct 23, 2014 |

2. Is Cardinal Kasper losing his grip?
By Dr. Jeff Mirus | Oct 24, 2014 |

The Pope is not the problem

[If not, then who?] The Pope is not the problem By Phil Lawler | Oct 23, 2014 Thoroughly rattled by the stories that emerged from the October meeting of the Synod of Bishops, many faithful Catholics are now worried that Pope Francis is leading the Church in a dangerous direction—and perhaps even doing so intentionally. Their fears are understandable, in light of some confusing messages from Rome. But like my colleague Jeff Mirus, Read more [...]

Pope Francis clarifies Archbishop Chaput’s confusion

[Who is speaking "ex cathedra"?] Pope Francis clarifies Archbishop Chaput’s confusion Mark Silk | Oct 24, 2014 | Religion News Service Electric chair used at Sing Sing prison Yesterday, Pope Francis came out against the death penalty about as strongly as a pope can come out against anything. In a meeting with representatives of the International Association of Penal Law, he pretty much declared a crusade: “All Christians and people of good will are thus called today Read more [...]

Mundabor on Francis’ Strange, Fantasy “Creature” The way in which this heretical nonsense of the “god of surprises” has been swallowed by the obedient Pollyannas is a very good indication of the decay of Christian thinking among people who tell themselves Catholics, and of the inability to even understand that this disgraceful Pope is indicating to them the perfect path to hell. As so very much Read more [...]

Cardinals blocking Pope Francis move on gay and divorced Catholics ‘unaware’ of real life – Anglican “Bishop”

[His Grace should know, because his "church" was founded and continues on adultery and divorce (originally King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn and currently Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles) and today "marries" and "ordains" sodomites] Cardinals blocking Pope Francis move on gay and divorced Catholics 'unaware' of real life – [Anglican] "Bishop" Cardinals based in Rome showed ‘lack of awareness’ of what life is really like over homosexuality and divorce, says Anglican delegate at Read more [...]

Cardinal: see the goodness in lives of people who cohabit

[Alice in Wonderland "Up is down, and down is up"; if those who are cohabitating or living in an "irregular" (i.e., adulterous) marriage are good, then those who are chaste must be living in sin] Cardinal: see the goodness in lives of people who cohabit By Madeleine Teahan on Friday, 24 October 2014 Cardinal Vincent Nichols has said that the lives of Catholics who cohabitate outside Read more [...]

Pope Francis and the Loyal Opposition

Episode 23: Pope Francis and the Loyal Opposition

Published on Oct 24, 2014

Michael Matt defends traditional Catholics against the charge that it is a mortal sin to criticize Pope Francis.

A race of the devil

A race of the devil by Rafael Castela Santos taken from of Saturday, June 27,2014. translated from the Spanish by Roberto Hope I stumbled upon a very interesting article on the slavery (in the literal sense, not just in the political-economic sense) which the English imposed upon the Irish. If you dive into the link, you will see how the English Read more [...]


Martyrology-October 26th Roman Martyrology-October 26th-on this date in various years- At Rome, St. Evaristus, pope and martyr, who enriched the Church of God with his blood under Emperor Hadrian. In Africa, the holy martyrs Felicissimus and the priest Rogatian, who received the bright crown of martyrs in the persecution of Valerian and Gallienus. They are mentioned by St. Cyprian in his Epistle to the Confessors. At Nicomedia, the holy martyrs Lucian, Florius, and their companions. Read more [...]

Setting the record straight on Albenga-Imperia

Setting the record straight on Albenga-Imperia A clear case of selective enforcement against a conservative bishop Posted by Augustinus at 10/24/2014 Bishop Mario Oliveri, formerly a member of the papal diplomatic corps, has been bishop of the diocese of Albenga-Imperia (population 168,200, Catholics 158,000 as of 2012) since 1990. Among the Italian bishops, Bishop Oliveri is extraordinary Read more [...]

Seminarian Phillip, Terminal Brain Cancer, Response to Brittany Maynard

Source Diocese of Raleigh, via LifeSite News Wed Oct 22, 2014 I am a Catholic seminarian. I have terminal brain cancer. This is my response to Brittany Maynard. "May Brittany come to understand the love that we all have for her before she takes her own life, and that if she chooses instead to fight this disease, her life and witness would be an incredible example and inspiration to countless others." Last week I came across the heartbreaking story of Brittany Maynard, a 29-year-old woman Read more [...]

Archbishop Chaput ‘disturbed’ by Vatican synod debate, says ‘confusion is of the devil’

Archbishop Chaput ‘disturbed’ by Vatican synod debate, says ‘confusion is of the devil’ David Gibson | October 21, 2014 | Reliigon News Service NEW YORK (RNS) Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput, a leading culture warrior in the U.S. hierarchy, says he was “very disturbed” by the debate over church teachings on gays and remarried Catholics at this month’s Vatican summit, saying it sent a confusing message and “confusion is of the devil.” In a lecture delivered Read more [...]

The Ecclesia Dei Commission’s Secretary on the Society of Saint Pius X: “Rome doesn’t plan on imposing a capitulation”

[The Ecclesia Dei Commission's Secretary on the Society of Saint Pius X]: “Rome doesn’t plan on imposing a capitulation” Mgr. Guido Pozzo reports on the latest developments in relations between Rome and the Society of St. Pius X Marco Tosatti vatican city 10/23/14 In an interview with authoritative French weekly magazine Famille Chrétienne, the Secretary of Pontifical Read more [...]

Pope emeritus Benedict XVI: Dialogue cannot substitute for mission

Pope emeritus Benedict XVI: Dialogue cannot substitute for mission The proclamation of Jesus Christ, says the retired pontiff, is not about numbers or power, but the transmission of "that joy which has been given to us." October 23, 2014 05:01 EST Carl E. Olson Francis X. Rocca of CNS has a report for CNS on a speech by Benedict XVI, delivered on October 21st to faculty and Read more [...]

Francis’ Patient Revolution

Francis’ Patient Revolution There was no agreement at the synod on homosexuality and divorce, but in the end it will be the pope who decides. And he already has in mind the changes he wants to introduce, or rather is already putting them into practice. by Sandro Magister ROME, October 24, 2014 – It is not true that Francis was silent during the two weeks of the synod. In the morning homilies at Saint Martha’s, he hammered Read more [...]

Bishop Tobin on Synod: “Pope Francis is fond of ‘creating a mess.’ Mission accomplished.”

Bishop Tobin on Synod: "Pope Francis is fond of 'creating a mess.' Mission accomplished." The bishop of Providence, Rhode Island, also says the voting approach of the Synod "strikes me as being rather Protestant." October 22, 2014 Carl E. Olson Bishop Thomas J. Tobin of Providence, R.I. has posted some short—curt?—"random thoughts" on the recently concluded Read more [...]


Martyrology-October 25th Roman Martyrology-October 25th-on this date in various years- At Rome, the holy martyrs Chrysanthus and his wife Daria. After many sufferings endured for Christ under the prefect Celerinus, they were ordered by Emperor Numerian to be thrown into a sandpit on the Salarian Way, where, being still alive, were covered with earth and stones. Also, the birthday of St. Marcellinus, pope and martyr, who was beheaded for the faith of Christ in the reign of Maximian along Read more [...]

Revolutionary Doctrines on the Family

Revolutionary Doctrines on the Family by Brother-André Marie October 22, 2014 Much is being said about the Extraordinary Synod of Bishops just completed. Typically for such an event, ecclesiastical politics of the worst sort were on display, as can be seen from the excellent reportage of Sandro Magister and Rorate Caeli. In this respect, we have just witnessed a repeat performance of the kind of procedural manipulation very well documented to Read more [...]

Nfld. archbishop: Gay unions should be ‘accepted and respected’ in Catholic Church

[A Francis "effected" or "infected" bishop?] Nfld. archbishop: Gay unions should be ‘accepted and respected’ in Catholic Church Steve Weatherbe 10/23/14 In comments about the Vatican Synod on the Family this week, the Archbishop of St. John’s, Newfoundland, Martin Currie, told the CBC: “Hopefully we can find some accommodation where [same-sex] unions Read more [...]

We need a good laugh

We need a good laugh October 23, 2014 Posted by Tantumblogo This laugh brought to you by That the bones you have crushed may thrill blogspot, and it is much appreciated (by me). It seems a compilation of music to listen to the Synod will hit Vatican shelves this week: When your sitting back, reading that glorious “Relatio,” think how well hearing “Losing My Religion” or “Heartbreak Hotel” will sound? How Read more [...]

Jesuit Saint Louis University denies it paid ransom to make Occupy protesters leave

[Back to the 60s and 70s: Gutless university administrators capitulate to student and "professional" protestors] [Jesuit] Saint Louis University denies it paid ransom to make Occupy protesters leave by Greg Piper - Assistant Editor on October 23, 2014 Protesters in the movement known as Occupy SLU extracted hefty academic and budgetary concessions from the Saint Louis University administration, according to an agreement dated Oct. 17 between President Read more [...]

Catholic, rather, Jesuit university launches pagan student club

[When do the animal sacrifices start?] Catholic [Jesuit] university launches pagan student club by Dominic Lynch - Loyola University Chicago on October 23, 2014 Loyola University Chicago recently christened a new pagan student club, with its student organizer saying the group aims to help pupils at the private Catholic college find the God they seek, not just the one featured in the Bible. “Loyola’s mission states that ‘seeking God in all Read more [...]

End of the world as we know it

End of the world as we know it

By Louie Verrecchio

Faithful Catholics sometimes feel like everything is falling apart. Well, to some extent it is, and I know why.

More work for LGBT and allies before next synod

["They" are getting ready for next year's synod; posted on the Global Sisters Report, supposedly a source of news and information about Catholic sisters sponsored by the National Catholic Reporter and funded by a $2.3 million grant from the Conrad Hilton Foundation] More work for LGBT and allies before next synod by Jeannine Gramick Oct. 22, 2014 In the mid-1990s, the U.S. bishops’ Committee Read more [...]

Misgivings With the Current Causes of Saints — and Their Absence

Misgivings With the Current Causes of Saints -- and Their Absence Or: Why Isn't Sister Lucia Beatified? by Wolfram Schrems * Trans: Tancred 10/23/14 The Circumstances of the Time During the Pontificate of Pope John XXIII : Confusion Enters The Church at Top The year late, a Catholic Italian writer Eugenio Corti, unfortunately practically unknown in the German speaking world, stated in his thousand-page Read more [...]

Novena for the Holy Souls in Purgatory Oct.24-Nov.1

O most gentle Heart of Jesus, ever present in the Blessed Sacrament, ever consumed with burning love for the poor captive souls in Purgatory, have mercy on the souls of Thy departed servants. Be not severe in Thy judgments, but let some drops of Thy Precious Blood fall upon the devouring flames. And do Thou, O merciful Savior, send Thy holy angels to conduct them to a place of refreshment, light and peace. Amen. O most compassionate Jesus, have mercy on the souls detained in Purgatory, Read more [...]

Jorge’s Hug-A-Thug-a-Thon… Cue Susan Sarandon & Sean Penn

Pope Francis calls for abolishing death penalty and life imprisonment By Francis X. Rocca Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Pope Francis called for abolition of the death penalty as well as life imprisonment, and denounced what he called a "penal populism" that promises to solve society's problems by punishing crime instead of pursuing social justice. "It is impossible to imagine that states today cannot make use Read more [...]

“Over half the Bishops (in the Synod) have already switched religion”

"Over half the Bishops (in the Synod) have already switched religion" Richard Cipolla at 10/23/2014 Alessandro Gnocchi, in his weekly piece for La Riscossa Cristiana in which he responds to letters he has received, calls our attention to this truly lamentable event that clearly shows where most of the Bishops and Cardinals are in terms of their understanding of the Catholic Faith and the immutability Read more [...]

Notre Dame Professor Hits School President After Pro-Gay Policy

[Holy Cross priest-prof urges the university to abandon former ND prez Fr. Hesburgh's 1967 Land O'Lakes Statement for the Vatican's 1990 Ex Corde Ecclesiae Apostolic Constitution for Catholic institutions of higher education] Notre Dame Professor Hits School President After Pro-Gay Policy In face of university's "secularist [$450,000,000 Campus Crossroads] Project" [centered around the football stadium], Father Miscamble advises go straight to the top Mark Stricherz 10/23/14 WASHINGTON Read more [...]

Democrat-Appointed Federal Judge: No Right to Same-Sex Marriage

  This is more evidence that the tidal wave of pro-homo decisions by fed judges has been more a matter of their own liberal bias rather than a matter of law. On Tuesday, United States District Judge Juan Pérez-Giménez upheld Puerto Rico’s law defining marriage as the union of a man and a woman. He concluded that the U.S. Constitution does not require the redefinition of marriage... Indeed, the judge has harsh words for other judges who have struck down state marriage laws: “It Read more [...]

Fraud Alert

This past week I received via regular mail a magazine from my Alma Mater, St. Michael's College, VT, with Senator Patrick J. Leahy pictured on the cover. Leahy graduated from St. Michael's one year ahead of me in 1961. But, since St. Michael's purports to be a Catholic institution and since Leahy is currently, as President Pro Tempore of the US Senate. third in line to the Presidency, I think it necessary that readers know his views as reported in Wikipedia: "Leahy has held progressive political Read more [...]

USCCCP’s Fateful Decision Respecting the Unborn

USCCCP's Fateful Decision Respecting the Unborn Mark Gallagher 10/22/14 In 1973 the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision legalized abortion. It was projected that the decision would not just replace illegal abortions with legal ones, but that the total number of abortions would dramatically increase (it turned out by approximately a million a year). It was clear that there were only two remedies: the Supreme Court Read more [...]


Martyrology-October 24th Roman Martyrology-October 24th-on this date in various years- The Feast of St. Raphael the Archangel, whose dignity and benefits to mankind are set forth in the holy book of Tobias. At Venosa in Apulia, the birthday of the holy martyrs Felix, an African bishop, Audactus and Januarius, priests, and the lectors Fortunatus and Septimus. In the time of Diocletian, under the governor Magdellian, they were loaded with fetters and imprisoned for a long time in Africa and Read more [...]

Michael Voris Quits CMTV, Going to Work for Mark Shea

BREAKING: Michael Voris Quits CMTV, Going to Work for Mark Shea Written by Chris Jackson | Remnant Columnist 10/22/14 As many of you know, Michael Voris recently apologized for reporting Cardinal Raymond Burke’s statement that Pope Francis was doing harm to the Church. Hours later, however, Voris came to the conclusion that his own logic additionally forbade him from Read more [...]

Has the Vatican finally discovered how to avoid inaccurate English translations?

[The controversial interim report ("Relatio post disceptationem") was supposedly prepared in Italian, reviewed/approved for publication by Pope Francis, and then translated into English, French, German and Spanish on the weekend after the end of the first week of synod "interventions" on Friday October 10th. It was presented/read to the synod fathers on the following Monday morning after the press received their copies. Some think that the interim report and its translations were drafted before Read more [...]

Some bishops to have an unannounced apostolic visitation (as did Kansas City’s Bishop Finn) ?

[Some bishops to have an announced apostolic visitation (as did Kansas City's Bishop Finn)?] 1. Archbishop Chaput blasts Vatican debate on family, says 'confusion is of the devil' by David Gibson Religion News Service Oct. 21, 2014 Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput says he was "very disturbed" by the debate over church teachings on gays and remarried Catholics at this month's Vatican summit, saying it sent a confusing message, and "confusion is of the devil." In a lecture delivered Read more [...]

Mark Mallett, False Prophet?

I am new to this forum and I have time management issues. I need to get the Reader's Digest version of the scoop on this guy, but I don't have time. I know nothing about Mark Mallett, but someone is asking me questions about him in regard to a friend who is, shall we say, a devotee. I don't know what makes me the local trad Novus Ordo Deprogrammer, but when cast in the role ... My two minutes of extensive research leads me to a preliminary judgment of Another Self-Promoting False Prophet Read more [...]

Church Teaching: Hostile Inflexibility?

Church Teaching: Hostile Inflexibility? By Patrick Archbold on October 21, 2014 I must admit that I am confused by Pope Francis’ closing speech to the Synod on Saturday. For me, some of the language of the speech serves only to further muddy waters that were already impenetrably murky. Many people who read the speech seemed to read it as a criticism of the excesses of both sides of synod debate and a call to find a healthier Read more [...]

Francis and Kasper: The Modern Pharisees

Francis and Kasper: The Modern Pharisees Written by Brian M. McCall 10/20/14 The dispute between the Pharisees and Our Lord is being misrepresented. It was the Pharisees through their technical distortion of the meaning of the words of the law that were advocating a minimalist compliance with the natural and divine law. In fact, Our Lord came to demand a more rigorous application of the Read more [...]

Tale of Two Nuns, A Tale of Two Churches

Tale of Two Nuns, A Tale of Two Churches Written by Michael Matt | Editor 10/21/14 Sister Cristina Sings 'Like a Virgin' [Oops, wrong picture] When I first saw this quaint, old photograph of a Catholic nun, playfully teaching a couple of street urchins how to dance a jig, I was surprised by the tears that suddenly began to burn behind my eyes. It’s certainly nothing profound but it says much about Read more [...]

The Catholic Church Is Changing, and Celibate Gays Are Leading the Way

[Another "middle way"; trying to make something good and special of an "objective disorder"] The Catholic Church Is Changing, and Celibate Gays Are Leading the Way By Vanessa Vitiello Urquhart 10/20/14 At the end of October, the University of Notre Dame will host a two-day conference bearing a name that would have been unthinkable just a few years ago. “Gay Read more [...]

De Mattei: Heading towards the 2015 Synod – Numerical defeats never before witnessed by any Pope

De Mattei: Heading towards the 2015 Synod - Numerical defeats never before witnessed by any Pope Posted by New Catholic at 10/22/2014 Rorate Note: The heterodox and their compliant media are trying hard, but there is no way to spin the Synod: it was a huge defeat for pope Francis. We had already mentioned it, and Roberto de Mattei explains with more detail below, but it suffices to say the following: Read more [...]

The Memoirs of Cardinal Bertone — Does the Ex-Secretary Want to Pluck Some Hens?

The Memoirs of Cardinal Bertone -- Does the Ex-Secretary Want to Pluck Some Hens? Text: Giuseppe Nardi Trans: Tancred 10/21/14 (Rome) The former Cardinal Secretary of State Tarcisio Cardinal Bertone, who was not confirmed in his office by Pope Francis, has written his memoirs. "He writes calmly and with precision, but it is for sure - say people who are close to him - that he would pluck some hens," Read more [...]

At the Synod and After, Revolving Door for Homosexuals

At the Synod and After, Revolving Door for Homosexuals First admitted with full honors, then driven out again. This is the way it seemed from how the discussions unfolded. But here’s what really happened. Martin Rhonheimer takes stock of the question by Sandro Magister ROME, October 22, 2014 – Homosexuality was one of the most controversial questions at the recent extraordinary synod on the family, as proven by the vast difference Read more [...]


Martyrology-October 23rd Roman Martyrology-October 23rd-on this date in various years- At Vilak in Hungary, the birthday of St. John Capistran, priest and confessor of the Order of Friars Minor, illustrious for the sanctity of his life and his zeal for the propagation of the Catholic faith. By his prayers and miracles, he routed a powerful army of Turks, and forced them to quit the siege of Tornau. His feastday, however, is celebrated on the 28th of March. At Antioch, the birthday of the Read more [...]


Martyrology-October 22nd Roman Martyrology-October 22nd-on this date in various years- At Jerusalem, St. Mary Salome, the mother of the apostles James and John, who is referred to in the Gospel as having cared for the burial of our Lord. At Jerusalem, blessed Bishop Mark, a noble and learned man, who was the first Gentile to govern the Church of Jerusalem. His brief episcopate was rewarded by the palm of martyrdom under Emperor Antoninus. At Adrianople in Thrace, the birthday of the Read more [...]

Feast of St. Francis of Assisi

October 4 is the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi. Through his powerful intercession may our intentions be brought to the throne of God. St. Francis, pray for us, and for the Church. CANTICLE OF BROTHER SUN AND SISTER MOON Most High, all-powerful, all-good Lord, All praise is Yours, all glory, all honour and all blessings. To You alone, Most High, do they belong, and no mortal lips are worthy to pronounce Your Name. Praised be You my Lord with all Your creatures, especially Sir Read more [...]

Novena to Our Lady of the Rosary Sept 28 – Oct 6

(This novena is so incredibly important, especially in light of the current persecution of the Christian world! The traditional feast day of Our Lady of the Rosary and her victory at Lepanto occurs on October 7th.) Begin with the prayer below for each day. Then continue with the Fatima Novena prayers. The Fatima Novena Prayer to Our Lady of the Rosary O Immaculate Heart of Mary, my Mother, I come to thee this day as a little child in prayer. I beg to make this offering of my heart as Read more [...]

Novena to Our Guardian Angel Sept 23 – Oct 1

Novena to Our Guardian Angel Sept 23th – October 1st [Say the novena for nine consecutive days.] O holy angel, whom God, by the effect of His goodness and His tender regard for my welfare, has charged with the care of my conduct, and who assists me in all my wants and comforts me in all my afflictions, who supports me when I am discouraged and continually obtains for me new favors, I return thee profound thanks, and I earnestly beseech thee, O most amiable protector, to continue thy charitable Read more [...]

St. Bonaventure — On the One and Triune God: in print this fall

by Br. Alexis Bugnolo Feast of the Holy Name of the BVM, Sept 12, 2014 This is just to let you know that, this fall, The Franciscan Archive is publishing in English the First Tome of St. Bonaventure of Bagnoregio's Opera Omnia, which includes the first part of the Saint's great summa of theology, written about 1252 A.D., that is 12 years before the Summa Theologica of St. Thomas Aquinas. This first volume is all about the Most Holy Trinity, and explains at the university level, the Catholic Dogma Read more [...]

Novena to Our Lady of Sorrows Sept 6 – 14

Our Lady of Sorrows Novena Sept 6-14 MOST BLESSED and afflicted Virgin, Queen of Martyrs, who didst stand generously beneath the cross, beholding the agony of thy dying Son; by the sword of sorrow which then pierced thy soul, by the sufferings of thy sorrowful life, by the unutterable joy which now more than repays thee for them; look down with a mother’s pity and tenderness, as I kneel before thee to compassionate thy sorrows, and to lay my petition with childlike confidence in thy wounded Read more [...]

Novena in Exaltation of the Holy Cross

Novena in Exaltation of the Holy Cross. Sept 5-13 O Jesus, Who by reason of Thy burning love for us hast willed to be crucified and to shed Thy Most Precious Blood for the redemption and salvation of our souls, look down upon us here gathered together in remembrance of Thy most sorrowful Passion and Death, and grant the petition we ask for …( mention here) Fully trusting in Thy mercy; cleanse us from sin by Thy grace, sanctify our toil, give unto us and unto all those who are dear to us Read more [...]

The New Blacklist

[Unfortunately the velvet mafia is alive and well not only in the political world and in the private sector, but in the Vatican II church also.] The New Blacklist Monday - April 7, 2014 at 11:02 pm By Patrick J. Buchanan “There is a gay mafia,” said Bill Maher, “if you cross them you do get whacked.” Maher, the host of HBO’s “Real Time,” was talking about the gay activists and their comrades who drove Brendan Eich out as CEO Read more [...]

Rest in peace, good and faithful servant!

[Requiescat in pace] Rest in peace, good and faithful servant! We are saddened to hear the news that Fr. Vladimir Kozina died yesterday. Fr. Kozina -- who wrote the book "Communism as I know it" and whose parents were assassinated by the communists -- kept the Traditional Latin Mass alive in Oakland at St. Margaret Mary Church. The following is some biographical information and quotes from this Read more [...]

The Pope’s Public Confession

[This guy is no follower of Jesus Christ, or of the teachings of His Catholic Church! "By their fruits you shall know them" May his time on the Chair of Peter be brief!] Wednesday, April 2, 2014 Another Papal Scolding Written by Christopher A. Ferrara The Pope's Public Confession “… they make themselves up like little holy cards, looking up at heaven as they pray, making sure they are seen…" —Pope Read more [...]

Mass. AG backing gay couple in lawsuit against Catholic Church

Mass. AG backing gay couple in lawsuit against Catholic Church March 13, 2014 BOSTON (AP) - Attorney General Martha Coakley is arguing that Massachusetts' anti-discrimination law should apply in the case of a married gay couple who sued the Roman Catholic Diocese of Worcester for allegedly refusing to sell them a Northbridge mansion because church officials were concerned they would Read more [...]

Catholic group condemns Walsh on gays in parade

(Way to go C.J Doyle! Marty Walsh is another Irish "catholic" politician here in Massachusetts that is pro-sodomite and pro-abortion. And Boston College educated as well. Gotta love that Jesuit education!) Catholic group condemns Walsh on gays in parade By Haven Orecchio-Egresitz | GLOBE CORRESPONDENT FEBRUARY 28, 2014 The Read more [...]

Francis: “Jesus did not have to come to teach us good manners”

Francis: "Jesus did not have to come to teach us good manners" Consistory, Feb. 22, 2014 My brother Cardinals, Jesus did not come to teach us good manners, how to behave well at the table! To do that, he would not have had to come down from heaven and die on the Cross. Christ came to save us, to show us the way, the only way out of the quicksand of sin, and this way of holiness is mercy, that mercy which he has shown, and daily continues to show, to us. Read more [...]

The 2014 Lenten Recipe Thread

Okay folks, here it is: that thread you all wait for each year with fish-baited breath- It’s the 2014 edition of the Angelqueen Lenten food forum! Now I know we are all good Catholics when every Friday rolls around and we remember why that little fishie appears in each block that’s an abstinence day. (Although, I did shock my personal friends a couple years back when I told them I was giving up fish for Lent. I had to reassure them that I was simply going vegetarian on those days. But that’s Read more [...]

St John Bosco Novena Jan 22-30

Novena to Saint John Bosco January 22nd-January 30th Saint John Bosco, father and teacher of the young, in need of special help, I appeal with confidence to thee, Saint John Bosco, for I require not only spiritual graces, but also temporal ones, and particularly… (add your personal intentions here) May thou, who on earth had such great devotion to Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament and to Mary Help of Christians, and who always had compassion for those who were suffering, obtain from Read more [...]

Fight, Children of Light, You, the Few Who Can See

This article by Jean Vaquié was published originally in the counter-revolutionary journal Lecture et Tradition1 in 1990 and then in issue 156 of Action Familiale et Scolaire (AFS). It was subsequently issued as a supplement to AFS No. 225, February 2013. It was published in English in Apropos No. 21, Lent 2003. Hat Tip: The Eye Witness Full Article: Apropos - The Preliminary Battle EXCERPTS We may consider it [this article] as a charter for the current counter-revolutionary struggle. Read more [...]

The Malachi Martin files have been added

You can find the link on the right sidebar some ways down the page.


It was a bit of work to reformat all of it and there still may be a few kinks via the transition. All of the documents should be downloadable in PDF format for archive and/or distribution.

I’ve been meaning to add these for some time, but had been putting it off until a very good priest and great friend of the forum pushed me along.

“The Fiscal Cliff” vs. “The Fiscal Gap” — How much trouble is the US really in?

CBC's "The Current" played an interview today with Laurence Kotlikoff, an economist at Boston University who ran for President in the past 2012 election with Americans Elect (but who canceled the campaign in the spring). He explains the real extent of the American deficit and debt and the drastic measures needed to keep the US from dropping into insolvency and suffering the same fate as Greece. Listen to the interview starting at 03:00 at the following address: Another Read more [...]

Recent upgrades/mods to AQ

Some of the most recent upgrades to AQ. - Anyone with a status of "contributor" or above can post pictures in comments using HTML image tags. - Allowed many other HTML tags to be used by contributors and above. - Commenters can edit their comments up to 30 minutes after posting. - Moderators have ability to ban users by username. - External links in posts and comments will boot to a new window. - Added Facebook “like” button on the main index page. - Added the AQ favicon to address bar. - Read more [...]

AQ Editorial: The “Lefebvrite” Lexicon (or “Lefebvricon”)

By John Grasmeier June, 2012 Note: The following article first appeared in October of 2006. It's been edited to apply to the current situation. As a result of all of the media attention being paid to the current situation between the SSPX and Rome, there has been a great deal of renewed focus on the priestly Society of St. Pius X (SSPX). Journalists and bloggers covering the topic have had to quickly become informed on a subject which many or most had previously known Read more [...]

AQ Editorial: Nothingness – Rebellion and the SSPX “split” fantasy

Att: Rebels. We won't become angry with you, debate you, coddle you or criticize you. We won't respond, react or even flinch. We won't attempt to talk you into something, or talk you out of anything. You see, any of the above would a tacit indication that your opinions, musings and philosophies etc. are important to, the SSPX and/or Holy Mother Church at large. God knows - as does anyone who's been here more than a day - we've done our share of rebelling on AQ. We've also Read more [...]

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AQ News Email Subscriptions

If you've had issues with email subscriptions, click "Subscribe via Email" at the top right and re-submit. After moving the site, the email subscription feed needed to be reworked. In the past at the former site, some of you had issues with getting email updates. Some of you, like myself, may have developed issues after moving to the new site. Hopefully, these issues have been resovled, but let me know if you run into any problems. Some of you may remember the old "Tradlist." This system Read more [...]

Catholic “Test of Fire” Campaign Ad going viral

Just read a News report that CNN is getting around 370,000 viewers. This video has over 1.5 million views at the time of this posting.

HEADS-UP: Come fall, AQ will be doing its part to flush this anti-Catholic, sociopathic, scumbag turd down the toilet – where he belongs.

I know evil when I see it and I have my daughter’s future to think of.

Upgrades and Updates to AQ

Some of the recent improvements. If you have any bug reports, feedback etc., post here. Upgraded the new site to a more robust (4g) linux setup. Email Subscription (subscribe by email link at top left) for "News" category. Gave editors (moderators Tim, Tom and ECS) more control over content and users. Installed a WYSIWYG for the comments box so commenters can customize text (bold, italic etc.) Installed a "preview" function for comments. Enabled a memberlist function for anyone with Read more [...]

Authors: I’ve discovered a FANTASTIC way to lose your posting privileges!

Not sure how anyone, especially here, ever got the bright idea that AQ, the SSPX and/or Holy Church are democracies. None ever were, at any point in time, ever. For those authors who haven't disabused themselves of this notion, I have first hand info that there are many others who would absolutely love to take your place as an author here. Hence, if you are feeling charitable and wish to give your author spot to another non-author AQ member, here are a few tips: - Write an article Read more [...]

IMPORTANT: The ability to create new threads has been closed to new members.

Here's what I wrote to one of our members who was inquiring about emial and IP addresses being available to the person who creates a post: This is interesting. I thought only I was seeing that info because I'm the admin. I've looked into the matter further. It turns out that wordpress gives everyone who is an "author" (the default status given when a new user joins) the ability to see that information. The idea is to give every author control over their thread and know who is posting to it. It Read more [...]

Still building and getting the bugs out.

Just a heads up in case anyone is wondering why things still get funky every now and then. Still getting the bugs out, adding stuff, taking stuff out etc. Looks like we're well on our way to a new home. Most of the members are telling me that they like they REALLY like the new digs once they get used to it. I didn't at first, but now I'm just loving nearly everything about this. Nevermind that it's made nearly ALL of our tech issue disappear, this paltform just looks, feels and acts like we took Read more [...]

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