Canadian Bishops Join The Culture Of Death

‘Tenderness Leads To The Gas Chamber’ | The American Conservative

A message to be considered by our Holy Father from Saint Frances De Sales – refuting the nature of the current new teaching confusing the Church of the poor with the strange base of becoming a poor Church and having high ranking ecclesials dress low

Humility Is Compatible with the Rich Dress of One’s Office – On Tradition, Family, and Property –

New Question Arises, Does Pope Francis endorse the blasphemies of Martin Scorsese?

Veteran Vatican Reporter Known For Journalistic Integrity, as a writer and videographer for NCR , reports curial and ecclesial division now at every level in the Vatican

Rome in Eye of A Storm – Regina Magazine

Guest Op-Ed – Moral Catechesis and the Divine Pedagogy: Avoiding Gradualness of the Law -( Heterodoxy ) On Rorate Caeli

How a so-called ‘new moral theology’ pioneered by dissidents is influencing Francis’ papacy | News | LifeSite

As pointed out in another news blog

Our Pope is obstinately against many manifest & defined dogmas. The conciliar popes expressed heretical opinions, but pertinacity was not patent. They could have been material heretics, not entirely innocent (invincible ignorance), but ignorant nevertheless, and not pertinaceous. Even St. Robert Bellarmine who favoured the opinion that a pope cannot be a formal heretic, wrote that a pope can be a  material heretic due to ignorance. Such ignorance can even be culpable, but without the obstinate and knowing refusal to believe, there is no pertinacity, which is the form of the sin of heresy.

People Say So We See The Problems Are Attacking At The Roots And the Core But What Can Be Done

Many suggestive works, prayers, and studies to be enacted

Profile Of One Of Our Culture’s Analogous Traditional Elites

Urban Profile: Helen Post Curry of Woolworth Building Tours and Great Grand Daughter of Cass Gilbert | Untapped Cities

Organic Society & City Planning by Plinio Correa de Oliveira

From the book of the prophet Isaiah
31:1-3; 32:1-8
The reign of perfect justice

Woe to those who go down to Egypt for help, who depend upon horses;
Who put their trust in chariots because of their number, and in horsemen because of their combined power,
But look not to the Holy One of Israel nor seek the Lord!
Yet he too is wise and will bring disaster; he will not turn from what he has threatened to do.

He will rise up against the house of the wicked and against those who help evildoers.
The Egyptians are men, not God, their horses are flesh, not spirit;
When the Lord stretches forth his hand, the helper shall stumble, the one helped shall fall, and both of them shall perish together.

See, a king will reign justly and princes will rule rightly.
Each of them will be a shelter from the wind, a retreat from the rain.
They will be like streams of water in a dry country, like the shade of a great rock in a parched land.
The eyes of those who see will not be closed; the ears of those who hear will be attentive,
The flighty will become wise and capable, and the stutterers will speak fluently and clearly.

No more will the fool be called noble, nor the trickster be considered honorable.
For the fool speaks foolishly, planning evil in his heart:
How to do wickedness, to speak perversely against the Lord,
To let the hungry go empty and the thirsty be without drink.
And the trickster uses wicked trickery, planning crimes:
How to ruin the poor with lies, and the needy when they plead their case.
But the noble man plans noble things, and by noble things he stands.