Rad Trads in DC: Bannon, Cdl. Burke and the SSPX vs. Fake News –The hard Hitting Facts -On The Remnant Underground YouTube Channel
Vatican Cardinal enlists the help of SSPX to ‘fight the modernists’ | News | On LifeSite
Pope Francis Says The Holy Spirit Is Telling The Church To Reflect On Married Priests | On CatholicHerald.co.uk
New Papal Interview Addresses Cardinal Burke, Married Priests – On OnePeterFive
The demotion of Cardinal Burke is reworded in softer tones as Pope Francis reiterates his intentions to remake the Roman Catholic Church in an image more in union with the current times of the people –
Jesuit theologians project that the new Rite could have married couples offering Mass as early as 2018 – A (pseudo) western rite married Priest offering Mass while his Deaconete’ wife gives the Homily and holds up the Precious Blood during Consecration but will that really still be Catholicism or another Church on the other side of a defacto schism
Cardinal Wuerl Publicly States What Is Happening : Francis is changing the papacy and ‘completely refocusing the role of bishop’ as he ramps up the post conciliar implementation of liberal reforms| News | On LifeSite
Cardinal Burke To Offer A Pontifical Mass On March 19th With The Institute Of Christ The King Sovereign Priest In Oakland, California
Church Militant TV – Breaks It’s Internal Policy On Never Speaking Either Pessimistically OR Realistically of The Papacy And Instead ‘Gets Into It’ On their “Premium” Channel’s Panel Discussion
CMTV – March 07, 2017—Papal Buyer’s Remorse | The Download
Another Dissident Cardinal Arises With The Permissive Adultery Interpretation Of The AL Papal Encyclical
Cardinal Nichols praises Maltese bishops’ guidelines on Amoris | On CatholicHerald.co.uk
For our re-invigoration in the face of progressivist modernism & heresies we re-reflect
How Did We Get To This Point In Time ?
Study History Through A Traditional Catholic Lens To Understand The Trajectory Of The Future
See Dr. John Rao’s on-line book
Black Legends and the Light of the World –The War of Words with the Incarnate Word –“My sincere wish is that any pessimism in this book may lead my audience to remove that blindfold woven out of black legends and alternative good stories justifying abandonment to “nature as is”—the chief obstacle to a truly Christian hope and a really sound Christian victory.”
From a brief homily reflection by Saint Asterius of Amasea, Bishop – On being shepherds like the Lord
You were made in the image of God. If then you wish to resemble him, follow his example. Since the very name you bear as Christians is a profession of love for men, imitate the love of Christ.
Reflect for a moment on the wealth of his kindness. Before he came as a man to be among men, he sent John the Baptist to preach repentance and lead men to practice it.
John himself was preceded by the prophets, who were to teach the people to repent, to return to God and to amend their lives. Then Christ came himself, and with his own lips cried out: Come to me, all you who labor and are overburdened, and I will give you rest. How did he receive those who listened to his call? He readily forgave them their sins; he freed them instantly from all that troubled them. The Word made them holy; the Spirit set his seal on them. The old Adam was buried in the waters of baptism; the new man was reborn to the vigor of grace.
What was the result? Those who had been God’s enemies became his friends, those estranged from him became his sons, those who did not know him came to worship and love him.
Let us then be shepherds like the Lord. We must meditate on the Gospel, and as we see in this mirror the example of zeal and loving kindness, we should become thoroughly schooled in these virtues.
For there, obscurely, in the form of a parable, we see a shepherd who had a hundred sheep. When one of them was separated from the flock and lost its way, that shepherd did not remain with the sheep who kept together at pasture. No, he went off to look for the stray. He crossed many valleys and thickets, he climbed great and towering mountains, he spent much time and labor in wandering through solitary places until at last he found his sheep.
When he found it, he did not chastise it; he did not use rough blows to drive it back, but gently placed it on his own shoulders and carried it back to the flock. He took greater joy in this one sheep, lost and found, than in all the others.
Let us look more closely at the hidden meaning of this parable. The sheep is more than a sheep, the shepherd more than a shepherd. They are examples enshrining holy truths. They teach us that we should not look on men as lost or beyond hope; we should not abandon them when they are in danger or be slow to come to their help. When they turn away from the right path and wander, we must lead them back, and rejoice at their return, welcoming them back into the company of those who lead good and holy lives.
A Saint Pope – Gregory VII Excommunicates The Emperor Henry IV by Johann Baptist Weiss On TIA
Saint Of The Day is St. Frances of Rome – In both Old And New Rites
March 9 – She Could Detect Diabolical Plots – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites
Church Of St. Frances, In Rome
His Eminence Cardinal Leo Raymond Burke With Children