, , , , , , , , ,


Pope Francis Appoints Opponents Of Celibacy To Prepare Amazonian Synod – gloria.tv


Vatican Specialists: An Attack on Celibacy is Next – OnePeterFive



Cardinal Müller: The Pope has no power to change Humanae Vitae | News | LifeSite


The Single Vocation: Calvin: The Single Vocation is ‘Intolerable’- by Marian
Horvat On TIA
The Protestants attack celibacy


Pope Francis – Celebration of the Sacrament of Penance 2018-03-09 – gloria.tv


Chile cardinal blames Bishop Barros for bad press during papal trip | CatholicHerald.co.uk


Rwanda Seventh-Day Adventist churchgoers killed by lightning – BBC News


Cardinal Kasper: Pope’s silence on contraception in Amoris may mean approval | News | LifeSite


Cardinal Kasper: Pope’s silence on contraception in Amoris may mean approval | News | LifeSite


The Prophetic Power of Humanae Vitae by Mary Eberstadt | Articles | First Things


“Humanae Vitae” Under Siege. Two New Assaults and a Counterattack – Settimo Cielo – Blog – L’Espresso


On Contraception, Now Even Wojtyla is “Rigid” and “Doctrinaire” – OnePeterFive


Analysis: Overturning Humanae Vitae’s teaching, a ‘crime against the Church’ – On CNA


Leader of St. Gallen ‘mafia’, “Ante-Pope” Martini prepared the way for Francis | LifeSite


Watch CMTV Episode of Michael Voris On The Floor Of Ohio Right To Life Conference

He was one of the key speakers at the conference. One the topic of contraception he hits the ball out of the ballpark

The Serpent’s Venom | The Vortex


Vatican Tries to Shut Down Conservative Site – On CMTV


Every element of the culture of death is joined to the hip at the left and the right with some other ‘related’ element of the culture of death

Pope Francis appointed Madrid archbishop, Cardinal Carlos Osoro, had expressed his support for the “feminist strike” in the run-up to the event, saying that he understood their actions and even added that the Virgin Mary would join the strikers.



From a homily on Leviticus by Origen, priest Christ the high priest makes atonement for our sins

Once a year the high priest, leaving the people outside, entered that place where no one except the high priest might enter. In it was the mercy-seat, and above the mercy-seat the cherubim, as well as the ark of the covenant and the altar of incense.

Let me turn to my true high priest, the Lord Jesus Christ. In our human nature he spent the whole year in the company of the people, the year that he spoke of when he said: He sent me to bring good news to the poor, to announce the acceptable year of the Lord, and the day of forgiveness. Notice how once in that year, on the day of atonement, he enters into the holy of holies. Having fulfilled God’s plan, he passes through the heavens and enters into the presence of the Father to make him turn in mercy to the human race and to pray for all who believe in him.

John the apostle, knowing of the atonement that Christ makes to the Father for all men, says this: Little children, I say these things so that you may not sin. But if we have sinned we have an advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ, the just one. He is the atonement for our sins. In the same way Paul refers to this atonement when he says of Christ: God appointed him to be the atonement for our sins in his blood, through faith. We have then a day of atonement that remains until the world comes to an end.

God’s word tells us: The high priest shall put incense on the fire in the sight of the Lord. The smoke of the incense shall cover the mercy-seat above the tokens of the covenant, so that he may not die. He shall take some of the blood of the bull-calf and sprinkle it with his finger over the mercy-seat toward the east.

God taught the people of the old covenant how to celebrate the ritual offered to him in atonement for the sins of men. But you have come to Christ, the true high priest. Through his blood he has made God turn to you in mercy and has reconciled you with the Father. You must not think simply of ordinary blood but you must learn to recognize instead the blood of the Word. Listen to him as he tells you: This is my blood, which will be shed for you for the forgiveness of sins.

There is a deeper meaning in the fact that the high priest sprinkles the blood toward the east. Atonement comes to you from the east. From the east comes the one whose name is Dayspring, he who is mediator between God and men. You are invited then to look always to the east: it is there that the sun of righteousness rises for you, it is there that the light is always being born for you. You are never to walk in darkness; the great and final day is not to enfold you in darkness. Do not let the night and mist of ignorance steal upon you. So that you may always enjoy the light of knowledge, keep always in the daylight of faith, hold fast always to the light of love and peace.


A Franciscan Bl. Agnellus of Pisa– Though not a learned man, he established a school known today as Oxford – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites