Monthly Archives: August 2015


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

St. Stephen, king of Hungary and confessor, who fell asleep in the Lord on the 15th of August.

At Rome, the holy martyr Maxima, who confessed Christ with St. Ansanus in the persecution of Diocletian, and yielded up her soul while being beaten with rods.

At Pamiers in France, St. Antoninus, martyr, whose relics are kept with great veneration in the church of Palencia, in Spain.

Also, the holy martyrs, Diomedes, Julian, Philip, Eutychian, Hesychius, Leonides, Philadelphus, Menalippus, and Pantagapas. Their martyrdoms were completed, some by fire, some water, others by the sword or by the cross. read more

Mrs. Niles Responds For Voris

I sent the link from Tantumblogo’s “A cry from the heart…” to several folks and got this response to the group:

“Since I was included in this e-mail, I’ll briefly respond: “Tantum” had the opportunity at any time to pick up the phone & call Michael Voris or speak with this so-called “funder” — both of whose contact information he has — but never chose to do so, so we question the sincerity of this “cry of the heart.” read more

Why Do I Post on Angelqueen?

There are many reasons. First, I believe the Founder shares many of my own views on the state of the Church and the world and that he truly believes in the “motto” – Purity and Tradition in Catholicism. Second, so far as I can tell, there is no “shadow organization” behind this endeavor or, to put it bluntly, no one pulling the strings so one traditional group has oneupsmanship over the other. Thirdly, I’m try to make up for my own failures as a father and Catholic since two of our children pay little attention to the practice of the Faith and most of my extended family is either novus ordo or worse. To summarize, I’m trying to make up for my own sins while God gives me the time to do so. I ask only for your prayers and indulgence. Thank you and God bless you all. read more


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

In the province of Narbonne, St. Giles, abbot and confessor. A town which later arose in the place where he had built his monastery and where he died was named after him.

At Sentiano, in the district of Apulia, the passion of Saints Donatus and a second Felix who were the sons of Saints Boniface and Thecla. After they had endured various torments under the judge Valerian in the reign of Emperor Maximian, they were condemned to be beheaded on this day. Today also is kept the festival of the others of the Twelve Holy Brethren, whose birthdays are noted in their proper place. The bodies of these Twelve Holy Brethren were later translated to Benevento where they are honourably enshrined. read more


Martyrology-August 31st
Roman Martyrology-August 31st- on this date in various years-

St. Raymund Nonnatus, cardinal and confessor, of the Order of our Lady of Ransom for the Redemption of Captives. His birthday is commemorated on the 26th of August.

In Tuscany, on Mount Senario, the birthday of St. Bonajuncta, confessor, one of the seven founders of the Order of Servites of the Blessed Virgin Mary, who gave up his soul into the hands of the Lord while he was preaching to his brethren on the Passion of our Saviour. his feast is kept with that of his companions on the 12th of February. read more

Was Algore Made a Brit Bishop? Who Knew?

[ Monty Python’s Flying Circus Bellyflops Into Portsmouth ]

Diocese of Portsmouth on ‘environmental alert’ in response to papal encyclical

by Jo-Anne Rowney posted Friday, 28 Aug 2015

Pope Francis (CNS photo/Paul Haring)
Pope Francis (CNS photo/Paul Haring)

Bishop Philip Egan said the ‘alert’ is for everyone in the diocese to help put Laudato Si into action read more


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

The feast of St. Rose of St. Mary, virgin of the Third Order of St. Dominic, whose birthday is recalled on the 24th of August.

At Rome, on the Ostian Way, the martyrdom of the blessed priest Felix, under Emperors Diocletian and Maximian. After being racked he was sentenced to death, and as they led him to execution, he met a man who spontaneously declared himself a Christian, and was forthwith beheaded with him. The Christians, not knowing his name, called him Adauctus, because he was added to St. Felix and shared his crown. read more

A Cry of the Heart Towards My Friends At CMTV

A cry of the heart towards my friends at CMTV August 28, 2015
Posted by Tantumblogo in Admin, blogfoolery, General Catholic, Latin Mass, manhood, sadness, the struggle for the Church, Tradition, Virtue, Voris.

The below is my own personal impression of the severe decay of a once most promising apostolate. They are strictly my own impressions and reminiscences.

It has been difficult for me to observe the changes that have afflicted Church Militant TV – formerly Real Catholic TV – over the past 2-3 years. During the period 2010-2012, I collaborated with Michael Voris a great deal. I, with Vicki Middleton’s (God rest her pious soul) gracious help, arranged to bring Michael Voris to Dallas for a talk in March of 2012. He stayed at our house for 3 days. We got along splendidly. He was honest, forthright, utterly sincere, and conveyed a clear understanding of the crisis that has afflicted the Church up to and including the role of the conciliar and post-conciliar popes in that crisis. I was thoroughly impressed and felt I was in the presence of a man who could really make a difference. read more

BREAKING! CFN: Francis’ “Blessing” to Homo Publisher

Pope Francis Sends “Blessing” to Publisher of Homosexual-Friendly Books for Children

By John Vennari

August 28: Pope Francis sent an encouraging letter to lesbian founder of publishing house for children’s books.

Today’s Il Giornale reports, “The Pope blesses gender ideology books. To the author he writes: “Go ahead.”

The report continues, “Pope Francis still amazes, writing a long letter to the author of the books that the mayor of Venice, Luigi Brugnaro, wanted to ban from its schools. After the Synod on the family that threatens to split the church, the Pope again lines up in defense of the same-sex couples.”

Francesca Pardi, founder with her partner Maria Silvia Fiengo of the publishing house for childrens’ books, The Block letters, is the author of books such as Little Egg, Little Story of a family: Why you have two mothers? and “What is the secret of Dad? read more


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

The beheading of St. John Baptist, who was put to death by Herod about the feast of Easter. However, his solemn commemoration takes place today, when his venerable head was found for the second time. It was afterwards solemnly carried to Rome, where it is kept in the church of St. Sylvester, near the Campus Martius, and honoured by the people with the greatest devotion.

At Rome, on Mount Aventine, the birthday of St. Sabina, martyr. Under Emperor Hadrian, she was struck with the sword, and thus obtained the palm of martyrdom. read more


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

At Hippo in Africa, the birthday of St. Augustine, bishop and famous doctor of the Church. Converted and baptized by the blessed bishop Ambrose, he defended the Catholic faith with the greatest zeal against the Manicheans and other heretics, and after having sustained many other labours for the Church of God, he went to his reward in heaven. His relics, owing to the invasion of barbarians, were first brought from his own city into Sardinia, and afterwards taken by Luitprand, king of the Lombards, to Pavia, where they were deposited with due honours. read more


Antonio Socci: “The Catholic Church is not the Bergoglio Party” – “for 2 years, nothing about extermination of Christians, but on Muslim migrants they can’t stop talking!”

“There’s No Such Thing as Moderate Islam”: An Iraqi Priest Describes the Christian Genocide


Padre Douglas al Bazi recounts the Christian Genocide in Iraq
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Roberto de Mattei on the First Synod of Adultery

Roberto de Mattei: “The Synod of Adultery: the Church has been here before”

St. Theodore the Studite, and the “Synod of Adultery”

Roberto de Mattei

Corrispondenza Romana

26th August 2015

“The Synod of Adultery” an assembly of Bishops in the 9th century, made history when they wanted to approve the praxis of a second marriage after the repudiation of a legitimate wife. St. Theodore the Studite, (759-826) was the one who opposed it the most vigorously and for this was persecuted, imprisoned and exiled three times. read more

Which Bozo will Be Our Next President?

I say Bozo because it seems none of the candidates know, or at least believe, that Almighty God is the Author of Life. So far, the candidates all seem to take the approach that Abortion is permissable when the life of the mother is at stake or the pregnancy is the result of rape or incest. But, the child in the womb at the moment of conception is an innocent human life and the heart beating in that tiny body, and the immortal soul contained therein, was placed there by Almighty God. As such, it is innocent of any wrongdoing and the taking of that life is a crime against the Fifth Commandment: “Thou shalt not kill.” Human beings do not create life; they only supply the means, if you will, that God uses to breathe life into a new person, totally distinct from any other person on this earth. It has also been said by any number of doctors that it’s never necessary to kill the baby so the mother can survive. I’m no doctor but I’ll side with the Author of Life, if you will. read more