Monthly Archives: June 2013


Martyrology-July 2nd
Roman Martyrology-July 2nd- on this date in various years-

The Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary to Elizabeth.

At Rome, on the Aurelian Way, the birthday of the holy martyrs Processus and Martinian, who were baptized by the blessed apostle Peter in the Mamertine Prison. After being struck on the mouth, racked, scourged with knotted ropes and whips strung with pieces of metal; after being beaten with rods and exposed to the flames, they were beheaded in the days of Nero, thus obtaining the crown of martyrdom. read more

“Dolan Out” the Hush Money, Eminence?

Okay, first – the evidence has not yet been publicized nor the particulars of any deal then-Abp. Dolan of Milwaukee may or may not have been party to. So, not fair – yet! – to render a serious opinion.

We’ll wait. Then, see.

In the meantime, the intrigue – behind how a gentleman whose entire public persona is eerily similar to Ed McMahon’s sits at the helm of one of the most important archdioceses in the world; gets away with yukkin’ it up with the international baby murder / sodomite industries’ most important asset; and “equates” false religious errors with the Catholic Faith – remains… well, much more than merely intriguing. read more

Syrian Jihadists behead Catholic priest

VATICAN CITY (Catholic Online) – The Vatican is confirming the death by beheading of Franciscan Father, Francois Murad, who was martyred by Syrian jihadists on June 23.

Below is the news release from the Vatican, via

On Sunday, June 23 the Syrian priest François Murad was killed in Gassanieh, in northern Syria, in the convent of the Custody of the Holy Land where he had taken refuge. This is confirmed by a statement of the Custos of the Holy Land sent to Fides Agency. The circumstances of the death are not fully understood. According to local sources, the monastery where Fr. Murad was staying was attacked by militants linked to the jihadi group Jabhat al-Nusra. read more

To Trad Priests… Communion considerations.

The subject of who should go up to the Communion Rail was brought up recently on the Feast of Corpus Christi. The surprising answer after much a do was “Everyone, except the non believer” based upon the following spiritual considerations:

That The Eucharist, as a Sacrament, imparts Grace. Thus it is more pious to receive Our Lord as often as possible than it is to do as some mistakenly do by not receiving Him but once a year in the false notion of showing Him more respect. What practices more love: Visiting more often, actually being with a person more or saying to them – “I’ll only see you once this year to show you how much greater I love you”? By His Grace we are changed not by our own actions. Thus we can only get closer to God by actually getting closer to God. read more


Martyrology-July 1st
Roman Martyrology-July 1st- on this date in various years-

The Octave of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist.

The feast of the most Precious Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ.

On Mt. Hor, the death of St. Aaron, the first priest of the Levitical order.

At Vienne in France, St. Martin, a bishop who was a disciple of the apostles.

At Sinuessa in Campania the holy martyrs Castus and Secundinus, bishops.

In England, the holy martyrs Julius and Aaron, who suffered after St. Alban in the persecution of Diocletian. In the same country a great number were tortured at that time in different ways and barbarously lacerated, ended their combat, and attained to the joys of the heavenly city. read more

Did Hollywood Profit from the Third Reich?


Martyrology-June 30th
Roman Martyrology-June 30th- on this date in various years-

The commemoration of the holy apostle Paul.

At Rome, St. Lucina, a disciple of the apostles, who relieved the necessities of the saints with her goods, visited the Christians detained in prison, buried the martyrs, and was laid by their side in a crypt which she herself had constructed.

In the same city, St. Aemiliana, martyr.

The same day, the saints Caius, priest, and Leo, subdeacon.

At Alexandria, the passion of St. Basilides, under Emperor Severus. He protected the saintly virgin Potamioena from the insults of shameless men when he was leading her to execution. He was rewarded for his considerate action, for at the end of three days she appeared to him, placed a crown on his head, not only converting him to Christ, but by her prayers making him, after a short combat, a glorious martyr. read more

Santo Subito Mania & Lourdes Floods: Coincidence?

Apparently the first flood at Lourdes, in 2012, was coterminous with the planned arrival of some sort of relic of JPII in the cause of furthering his canonization parade, led by then-Pope Benedict XVI who has since resigned and now co-authors encyclicals with some fella from South America who seems pretty out of sorts about actually being the pope.

And apparently the waters flooded Lourdes again as soon as the Vatican decided that the needed miracle to declare Wojtyla a saint had been “established”. read more

Abp. LeFebvre: Liberalism IS a Religion

This appeared on another Trad forum. The translation is awful, to say the least. But the intent and message come through loud and clear, nevertheless.


This conference, an incredible gift, was given by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre in Madrid on Tuesday, October 28, 1986. One day after the scandal of Assisi. This is an extensive extract of that conference, the magazine published by Catholic Tradition No December 23, 1986. Pages 1-13. read more


Martyrology-June 29th
Roman Martyrology-June 29th- on this date in various years-

At Rome, the birthday of the holy apostles Peter and Paul, who suffered martyrdom on the same day, under Emperor Nero. Within the city the former was crucified with his head downwards, and buried in the Vatican, near the Triumphal Way, where he is venerated by the whole world. The latter was put to the sword and buried on the Ostian Way, where he received similar honours.

In Cypus, St. Mary, mother of John, surnamed Mark. read more


Martyrology-June 28th
Roman Martyrology-June 28th- on this date in various years-

The vigil of the holy apostles Peter and Paul.

At Lyons in France, St. Irenaeus, bishop and martyr. St. Jerome relates that he was the disciple of blessed Polycarp, bishop of Smyrna, and lived near the time of the apostles. After having strenuously opposed the heretics by word and by writing, he was crowned with a glorious martyrdom along with almost all the people of his city, during the persecution of Severus.

At Utrecht, St. Benignus, bishop and martyr. read more

SELL OUT! : This Video Rated PG ( puke generating )

El Bergolgio, Rabbi/Cd. Koch & Lib/Theo Heretic Mueller “Rewriting Church History” ( Hint: In this version, the Prots “win” the Reformation! )


April 8, 2013. ( On Monday morning, Pope Francis welcomed the president of the Evangelical Church in Germany, Nikolaus Schneider, in his first papal audience with a Protestant leader and his wife.

In a 30 minute meeting, the two leaders spoke about ecumenism. Both spoke about the martyrs as a bond between Christians, as well as the upcoming anniversary of the Reformation in 2017, and the possibility that both Churches will celebrate it together. read more

For Whom the Bell Tolls?

WASHINGTON (CBSDC/AP) — The National Cathedral is pealing its church bells, along with some other Washington churches, to celebrate the Supreme Court’s decisions on gay marriage.

Cathedral spokesman Richard Weinberg said the bells rang at noon Wednesday for 45 minutes to an hour. Bells also rang at other Episcopal, Methodist, Presbyterian, Unitarian and other Christian churches.

PHOTOS: SCOTUS Rules On Gay Marriage

The cathedral scheduled a prayer service for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender families Wednesday at 7 p.m. to celebrate the ruling. read more

Opponents of gay marriage are “enemies of the human race” per Supreme Court

National Journal
By Tim Grieve
Updated: June 26, 2013 | 1:33 p.m.
June 26, 2013 | 10:15 a.m.

Dissenting from this morning’s opinion on the Defense of Marriage Act, Justice Antonin Scalia – as expected – holds nothing back.

In a ripping dissent, Scalia says that Justice Anthony Kennedy and his colleagues in the majority have resorted to calling opponents of gay marriage “enemies of the human race.”

But to defend traditional marriage is not to condemn, demean, or humiliate those who would prefer other arrangements, any more than to defend the Constitution of the United States is to con- demn, demean, or humiliate other constitutions. To hurl such accusations so casually demeans this institution. In the majority’s judgment, any resistance to its holding is beyond the pale of reasoned disagreement. To question its high-handed invalidation of a presumptively valid statute is to act (the majority is sure) with the purpose to “dis- parage,” “injure,” “degrade,” “demean,” and “humiliate” our fellow human beings, our fellow citizens, who are homo- sexual. All that, simply for supporting an Act that did no more than codify an aspect of marriage that had been unquestioned in our society for most of its existence— indeed, had been unquestioned in virtually all societies for virtually all of human history. It is one thing for a society to elect change; it is another for a court of law to impose change by adjudging those who oppose it hostes humani generis, enemies of the human race. read more