The High Cost of Frugal Living

The High Cost of Frugal Living Posted by New Catholic at 7/27/2014 "The Pope, Square Meters, and Demagoguery"* Mario Tosatti Senior Religious Correspondent for La Stampa Let’s face it: if there is a king, the court cannot be suppressed. Even if he is a king like Pope Francis who says he doesn’t want any signs of regality. Still, the court exists (and how!), even if we will avoid naming names, at Read more [...]

Welby’s unity plea to Pope Francis over women bishops

[Mr. Welby may as well have said, "We will accept your male bishops if you accept our female ones"] Welby’s unity plea to Pope Francis over women bishops Archbishop of Canterbury insists differences over women bishops should not halt moves to Anglican-Roman Catholic unity saying: ‘We need each other’ June 2014: Pope Francis with the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby at the Vatican By John Bingham, Religious Affairs Editor 27 Jul 2014 The Read more [...]


Martyrology-July 29th Roman Martyrology-July 29th- on this date in various years- At Tarascon, in the province of Narbonne in France, St. Martha, virgin, the hostess of our Saviour and sister of blessed Mary Magdalene and St. Lazarus. At Rome, on the Aurelian Way, St. Felix II, pope and martyr. Being expelled from his See by the Arian emperor Constantius for defending the Catholic faith, and being put to the sword privately at Cera in Tuscany, he died gloriously. His body was taken away Read more [...]

Franciscan University

Hello, I’m not sure if I have this in the right place. Can anyone tell me if the Franciscan university in Steubenville, Ohio been taken over by charismatics? Is it still a good Catholic University? Thank you!


Martyrology-July 28th Roman Martyrology-July 28th- on this date in various years- At Milan, the birthday of the holy martyrs Nazarius and a boy named Celsus. While the persecution excited by Nero was raging, they were beheaded by Anolinus, after long sufferings and afflictions endured in prison. At Rome, the martyrdom of St. Victor, pope and martyr. Also at Rome, St. Innocent, pope and confessor, who passed to the Lord on the 12th of March. In Thebais in Egypt, the commemoration Read more [...]

Pope Francis’ Ten Tips for Happiness

Pope Francis' Ten Tips for Happiness The Pope gave an interview on a Decalogue of things to find happiness in life. Also referred to the possibility of winning the Nobel Peace Prize and revealed the story behind the medal bears saved by the heart 27 July 2014 Google translation of Although concerned about the wars that stress different parts of the world, Pope Francis does not neglect the importance Read more [...]


From Chapter 25 of St. Matthew: [32] And all nations shall be gathered together before him, and he shall separate them one from another, as the shepherd separateth the sheep from the goats: [33] And he shall set the sheep on his right hand, but the goats on his left. [34] Then shall the king say to them that shall be on his right hand: Come, ye blessed of my Father, possess you the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world. [35] For I was hungry, and you gave me to eat; I was thirsty, Read more [...]

Pirro: Why Isn’t the Pope Helping Christians in Middle East?

What are peoples thoughts on Judge Pirro's opening statements: Also this: The Coptic Christian priest on #Justice told a horrific story: The Muslim Brotherhood not only destroyed a 4th century church, they vandalized a priests cemetery, got the bones of the priests from the coffins, crushed them, and set them on fire! This is the bag of bones. I don't know how to post a picture. Read more [...]

Flamenco-dancing priest brings congregation flocking back to church in Spain

[Tango, move over; flamenco is now the "in" liturgical dance] Flamenco-dancing priest brings congregation flocking back to church in Spain A Roman Catholic priest who dances traditional flamenco from the pulpit in southern Spain has become an internet hit The 66-year-old curate delights the faithful by dancing the sevillanas – a traditional dance linked to flamenco – in the aisle of the church during mass. By Fiona Govan, Madrid 26 Jul 2014 Jose Read more [...]

Radical Synod Planned for October

"I hope you'll have time to read this report (just went to press yesterday). The Synod truly represents a dire threat, really dire. Oremus" - jv Radical Synod Planned for October Working Document Reveals Revolutionary Aims By John Vennari On June 26, the Vatican released its Working Document (Instrumentum Laboris) for the upcoming October Synod on the Family, a ponderous text of over 25,000 words. It is a thoroughly Conciliar manuscript. There is no mention of any document from the Read more [...]

Francis’ visit to Caserta: Defying decay and promoting ecumenism

[250,000 Catholics greet His Holiness on Saturday; 350 Pentecostals and a praise-and-worship music band will greet him on Monday] Francis' visit to Caserta: Defying decay and promoting ecumenism Francis arrives in Caserta, in Italy's Campania region The Pope embraces the 250 thousand people who waited for him under the pouring rain GIACOMO GALEAZZI in CASERTA 7/26/14 The Land of Fires is Read more [...]

Obama to End Immigration Enforcement – Grant Amnesty to Another 5-6 Million Illegals

Will the USCCCP welcome this "rule by decree"? [Obama to End Immigration Enforcement – Grant Amnesty to Another 5-6 Million Illegals:] GOP Senator: Obama To 'Effectively End Immigration Enforcement' Jul 25, 2014• By MICHAEL WARREN The Obama administration is preparing to effectively "nullify" the immigration laws of the United States through an executive action, says one Republican Read more [...]

TLM in Tennessee?

I have a friend who will be in Knoxville, TN for nearly all of August, and she’s looking for TLMs in the area other than the diocesan one where she’s worried about the validity of NO priests. So are there any SSPX, FSSP, ICK TLMs nearby? Thanks for the help.


The “Secret” Meeting of Pope Francis With Pentecostals in Caserta

The "Secret" Meeting of Pope Francis With Pentecostals in Caserta Unity in Diversity. Report From the Evangelical Side on the Meeting with Pope Francis First published: Nuova Bussola Quotidiana Introduction / Translation: Giuseppe Nardi Trans: Tancred 7/25/14 (Rome) On 26 and 28 July, Pope Francis has been in Caserta twice already. On Saturday as a public visit for the Catholics of the Read more [...]


Amdst media reports that the pope will visit the US in 2015, the question arises as to whether he should, in fact, do this. Absolutely not! Of course, that is my opinion and I'm sure there will be many who will disagree. But, allow me to state why I think this is a bad idea. First of all, Jorge has given no indication that he will come as the Vicar of Christ but only as the Bishop of Rome, clothed in the garb of a Modernist and speaking the modernist propaganda. Second, he is coming to a country Read more [...]


Martyrology-July 27th Roman Martyrology-July 27th- on this date in various years- At Nicomedia, the martyrdom of St. Pantaleon, a physician. For the faith of Christ he was apprehended by Emperor Maximian, subjected to the torture and burned with torches, during which torments he was comforted by an apparition of our Lord. He ended his martyrdom by a stroke of the sword. At Bisceglia in Apulia, the holy martyrs Maur, a bishop, Pantaleon, and Sergius, who suffered under Trajan. At Nicomedia, Read more [...]

What’s happening to Montreal’s churches? Quebec finding new ways to preserve its heritage in a secular age

What’s happening to Montreal’s churches? Quebec finding new ways to preserve its heritage in a secular age Graeme Hamilton | July 25, 2014 | When Sonya Audrey Bonin's devout father learned she was involved in a project to turn a church into a gym, he was at first horrified, but “in the end, he was very proud,” she says. MONTREAL — Weight Read more [...]

Against Walter Kasper (II)

Against Walter Kasper (II) Ross Douthat July 25, 2014 Back in May, I offered some general comments ( ) on the question of communion ( ) for divorced and remarried Catholics — which looms over the Synod on the Family scheduled for this autumn in Rome, and may represent Read more [...]

Did We Really Need Vatican II?

[AQ's answer is self-evident] Did We Really Need Vatican II? Many of the common objections to the Council overlook the serious crisis it sought to address July 24, 2014 By Russell Shaw Why did we need the Second Vatican Council? Did we need it at all? Hearing those questions, most Catholics who’ve thought about Vatican II would probably cite renewing and updating of the Church as solid reasons for the Read more [...]

Modesty in Dress

Modesty in Dress by Brian Kelly On July 25, 2014 Traditional, Family, and Property, Luiz Sergio Solimeo: “I love vulgarity. Good taste is death, vulgarity is life.”These words by English fashion designer Mary Quant, who took credit for inventing the miniskirt and hot pants, reveal one of the most important, though rarely pointed out, aspects of the “fashion revolution” that started in the sixties: vulgarity. Indeed, fashions have increasingly tended toward vulgarity. It is a vulgarity Read more [...]

Occupy Vatican: Bracing for the Synod on the Family

Occupy Vatican: Bracing for the Synod on the Family TheRemnantvideo Published on Jul 25, 2014 The Remnant Forum's Michael Matt and Christopher Ferrara break down Instrumentum Laboris—the working document for the coming Synod on the Family in Rome. Question: Are the revolutionaries who broke the Church in the first place really in any position to fix it now? Read more [...]

Scorecard for the Visionaries of Medjugorje

Scorecard for the Visionaries of Medjugorje Posted By Brian Kelly On July 25, 2014 Basic Fact Sheet for the Visionaries of Medjugorje Vicka Ivankovic-Mijatovic: the Gospa has so far confided nine secrets to her. For her, the daily apparitions have not yet stopped since June 24, 1981, according to the Visionaries of Medjugorje website. [1] Ivan Dragicevic: the Gospa has confided nine secrets to Ivan. The Gospa has appeared to him every day since June 24, 1981, according to the Visionaries Read more [...]

Father Snyder – Utterly Unqualified To Rebuke Faithful Catholics Who Oppose Illegal Immigration

Father Snyder - Utterly Unqualified To Rebuke Faithful Catholics Who Oppose Illegal Immigration 7/24/14 Those of us who raise voices of concern regarding the influx of "children" (many of them young adults posing as kids) are engaging in "hate talk" - that is, according to Father Larry Snyder, head of Catholic Charities. Father Snyder, precisely because he is head of Catholic Charities, lacks all moral credibility to rebuke us. Oh he may try, and no one begrudges his First Amendment rights Read more [...]

Pope Francis Gives New Interview

Pope Francis Gives New Interview To Be Published in Argentine Magazine on Sunday Buenos Aires, July 25, 2014 A new interview with Pope Francis is to appear on Sunday in one of Argentina's best-selling magazines. The publication Viva, a Sunday supplement of the newspaper Clarin, will feature the interview, made to coincide with the 500th day of Francis' pontificate which takes place tomorrow. According to Read more [...]

Pope Francis urges UK and Irish youth to ‘combat the culture of death’

Pope Francis urges UK and Irish youth to ‘combat the culture of death’ 7/22/14 Pope Francis urged youth across the UK and Ireland on Tuesday to “combat the culture of death … by working to ensure adequate legal protection for the fundamental human right to life.” The message, which marks the nations’ annual Day for Life on July 27, was sent on the pope’s behalf by the Cardinal Read more [...]

Catholic professor in Macau sacked after criticizing government

[Catholic university does bidding of Chinese Communist government] Catholic professor in Macau sacked after criticizing government Two others disciplined amid fears of Beijing crackdown Églises d’Asie Macau July 25, 2014 Sanctions announced this month against three university professors in Macau have spurred concerns over academic freedom in higher education institutions and a tightening Read more [...]

Maine Catholics sell property as attendance falls

[At "fire sale" prices such as $120,000 or $125,000!] Maine Catholics sell property as attendance falls Thursday, July 24, 2014 A No Trespassing sign is mounted on a barricade outside the St. Louis catholic Church in Auburn, Maine, Thursday, July 24, 2014. Maine's Catholic churches are selling off properties as the Diocese of Portland grapples with declining church attendance and a surplus Read more [...]

Catholic Health Partners changes name

[Another Catholic mega-health system de-Catholicizing itself?] Catholic Health Partners changes name Published: Thu, July 24, 2014 Catholic Health Partners (CHP), parent healthcare system of Humility of Mary Health Partners (HMHP), has changed its name to Mercy Health. The system already operates under the “Mercy” name in five of its seven markets. Over the next several years, the Mercy Health name will Read more [...]

The near breakdown of the 2017 Luther celebration is no disaster

The near breakdown of the 2017 Luther celebration is no disaster For Catholics, 1517 was a bad year; Martin Luther's 95 theses began a process that carried millions of people out of communion with the successor of Peter By Catholic Herald View [i.e., editorial] on Friday, 25 July 2014 Plans by German Catholics and Lutherans to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Read more [...]

Guillotine, Gulag and Gas Chamber: The Glorious Gifts of Atheism to Humanity

[The description of the Festival of Reason service in Notre Dame Cathedral has the ring of a Novus Ordo setting] Guillotine, Gulag and Gas Chamber: The Glorious Gifts of Atheism to Humanity by Joseph Pearce 3/10/14 Imagine there’s no heaven It’s easy if you try No hell below us Above us only sky Imagine all the people Living for today… Imagine Read more [...]

Dominican Nuns in Mosul Will Not Abandon Their People Following the takeover of the northern Iraqi city of Mosul by Islamic extremists this week, an estimated 500,000 civilians poured out of the city, fleeing bullets and burning wreckage. Yet, in all the chaos, one group remains resolute in its determination to stay in Mosul: the Dominican Sisters of St. Catherine of Siena, a congregation of Iraqi sisters that has witnessed generation upon generation of war and carnage. Sr. Read more [...]


Martyrology-July 26th Roman Martyrology-July 26th- on this date in various years- The departure from this life of St. Anne, mother of the Immaculate Virgin Mary, the Mother of God. At Philippi in Macedonia, the birthday of St. Erastus, who was appointed bishop of that place by the blessed apostle Paul, and was there crowned with martyrdom. At Rome, on the Latin Way, the holy martyrs Symphronius, Olympius, Theodulus, and Exuperia, who (as we read in the Acts of Pope St. Stephen) were Read more [...]


Martyrology-July 25th Roman Martyrology-July 25th- on this date in various years- St. James the Apostle, brother of the blessed evangelist John, who was beheaded by Herod Agrippa at about the feast of Easter. He was the first of the apostles to receive the crown of martyrdom. His sacred bones were on this day carried from Jerusalem to Spain, and placed in the remote province of Galicia, where they are devoutly honoured by the far-famed piety of the inhabitants, and the frequent concourse of Read more [...]

Marco Rubio: Intolerance in the Name of Tolerance Is Hypocrisy

Marco Rubio: Intolerance in the Name of Tolerance Is Hypocrisy By Napp Nazworth July 24, 2014! U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., delivering a speech on values at Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., July 24, 2014. WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, condemned liberal intolerance toward those who support the traditional definition of marriage in a Wednesday speech Read more [...]

Meriam Abrahim Released, Meets with Pope Francis, Pray for Asia Bibi

Meriam Abrahim Released, Meets with Pope Francis, Pray for Asia Bibi Posted By Brian Kelly On July 24, 2014 Meanwhile Catholic mother Asia Bibi languishes in a putrid cell in Pakistan with no international outrage. She has no money. Other than the valiant French journalist Anne-Isabelle Tollett, Asia Bibi has no voice. She was just a worker for slave wages whose appeal to Rome apparently had no effect. Wonderful news about Meriam Abrahim, and for her and her family we should rejoice. No doubt Read more [...]

Newspaper Editor Fired for Criticism of Gay Bible

[The gaystapo getting their revenge; to say "getting their pound of flesh" might suggest another meaning] Newspaper Editor Fired for Criticism of Gay Bible By Todd Starnes July 24, 2014 Bob Eschliman is a Christian. He's also a veteran news editor. And when he decided to write a column on his personal blog objecting to a gay-friendly version of the Bible, Bob was unceremoniously marched out of the Read more [...]

EWTN moves next to Disneyland: Alabama network building studio in the former Crystal Cathedral

EWTN moves next to Disneyland: Alabama network building studio in the former Crystal Cathedral By Greg Garrison on July 24, 2014 IRONDALE, Alabama – The religious network founded in Alabama by a nun, pioneer TV broadcaster Mother Angelica, is moving into the famous former building of another pioneer TV evangelist. The Alabama-based EWTN Global Catholic Network has begun construction of its first West Coast Read more [...]

Perry describes moral catastrophe from illegal immigration

Perry describes moral catastrophe from illegal immigration July 24, 2014 Posted by Tantumblogo Texas Governor Rick Perry gave an interview last night in which he outlined some truly calamitous results from absolutely unconstrained illegal immigration over the southern border of the United States. Perry claimed some 3000 murders and 8000 sexual assaults were directly attributable to Read more [...]

Catholics reportedly upset by Pope’s plans to visit Protestant congregation in Caserta on the city’s patronal feast of St. Anne

Catholics reportedly upset by Pope's plans to visit Protestant congregation in Caserta [on the city's patronal feast of St. Anne] Catholic World News - July 24, 2014 Bishop Giovanni D'Alise of Caserta, Italy, was not informed about plans for a papal trip to the city until the news became public, according to veteran Vatican journalist Sandro Magister of L'Espresso. Magister reports that the Pope had planned to travel to Caserta to meet with his friend, the Evangelical pastor Giovanni Read more [...]

A stern Messori on the Pope, Scalfari, Vatican Denials, and equivocations on Priestly celibacy: “We must pray for them”

A stern Messori on the Pope, Scalfari, Vatican Denials, and equivocations on Priestly celibacy: “We must pray for them” Posted by Richard Cipolla at 7/24/2014 Libero Quotidiano , July 15, 2014 The latest controversial “interview” given by Pope Francis to Eugenio Scalfari, published in La Repubblica on July 13, has provoked what is by now a ritual refutations/denials by the Vatican. In this conversation, Read more [...]

Abortion, Dogma, and the Mystery of Anti-Dogmatic Bishops

Abortion, Dogma, and the Mystery of Anti-Dogmatic Bishops: The Strategy of the Piece of Metal Wire Posted by Fr. Richard Cipolla at 7/24/2014 This piece is from the column that Alessandro Gnocchi writes for La Riscossa Cristiana every Tuesday. Gnocchi responds to questions that readers send him. The following is his response to someone who asked about Bishop Nunzio Galantino (Secretary General of the Read more [...]

The Economics [or Rather, Lack of It] of Liberation Theology

The Economics [or Rather, Lack of It] of Liberation Theology July 23, 2014 by Carroll Ríos De Rodríguez None of the prominent liberation theologians influential in Latin America had significant training in or exposure to the discipline of economics. This was odd given that their concern for the material well-being demanded at least some attempt to provide an economic explanation of underdevelopment and mass poverty. Read more [...]

1914: The end of Western Civilization

1914: The end of Western Civilization July 24, 2014 Posted by Tantumblogo Rorate ( ) has linked to a very interesting video from [USCCCP's Catholic News Service] CNS (I’m not sure what has happened, CNS now trots out some very good, even very tradition-friendly material, while [EWTN's Catholic News Agency] CNA has suddenly Read more [...]

+Dolan Comes Out Swinging

+Dolan Comes Out Swinging by Michael Sean Winters | Jul. 24, 2014 Not sure how I missed this when it was first posted, but New York's Cardinal Timothy Dolan came out swinging on his blog about the protests against the unaccompanied and undocumented children coming to the border. "It was un-American; it was un-biblical; it was inhumane, " Dolan wrote. And, closer to home for me, the Maryland Catholic Conference has offered Read more [...]

Boycott The CCHD Collection and Catholic Charities – Say #no2cchd

Boycott The CCHD Collection [and Catholic Charities] - Say #no2cchd 7/23/14 Aleteia published a piece today by Steve Weatherbe entitled "Bishops React to Obama's Executive Order on Hiring Discrimination" ( ). The article offers commentary on the USCCB's reaction of July 21 Read more [...]

And the 2014 Dhimmi Award goes to…

And the 2014 Dhimmi Award goes to... Posted by New Catholic at 7/24/2014 ...Monsignore Cesare Nosiglia, the Archbishop of Turin, Italy, for the most adulatory Ramadan or Eid-al-Fitr greeting card or letter ever published south of the Alps. Or north of them. When sending greetings to members of another faith, there is courtesy and politeness, when circumstances absolutely demand the greeting. Then there Read more [...]

“False Prophet” Enzo Bianchi is Appointed to Ecumenical Council

"False Prophet" Enzo Bianchi is Appointed to Ecumenical Council Wednesday, July 23, 2014 Text: Giuseppe Nardi Trans: Tancred (Vatican) Pope Francis named a new member and Consultant of the Pontifical Council for the Promotion of Unity Among Christians. No one would have seriously considered that the Argentine Pope would have also called traditional Catholics to such an important board. That Enzo Read more [...]

Ut Unum Sint: A virtual hair shirt

Ut Unum Sint: A virtual hair shirt Louie Verrecchio 23. July, 2014 Thinking of wearing a hair shirt or engaging in some other form of mortification? Try this: First, read Satis Cognitum of Pope Leo XIII followed by a reading of Mortalium Animos of Pope Pius XI. Take a moment to let these clear and precise presentations on the immutable faith of the Holy Catholic Church sink in… Then, read Ut Unum Sint of John 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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