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The Good Father Richard Munkelt Takes On The Apostasy of Rod Dreher

In Other Apostasy Stories And Pope Francis News Updates

Is The Pope Protestantizing The Our Father ? The Hersey Of The New Our Father By The Pope And The Italian Bishops

The End Game of Pope Francis – By Christopher Ferrara – Fatima Center Conference On YouTube


The separating factors of protestantism in laymen’s terms

·         Cdl. Müller: Priests ‘rightly disobey’ bishops who order them to give Protestants Communion By Maike Hickson | LifeSite

Ecumenism With False Religions Or Masonry Within The Catholic Church ?

Reflections On It All

It’s a Runaway Train, and the Devil Is Driving – OnePeterFive

“You hear that Mr. Anderson? That is the sound of inevitability.” –Agent Smith, The Matrix 

It was announced today that the Jesuit superior general, Fr. Arturo Sosa, was elected head of the International Union of Superiors General (USG), a group that “represents religious orders and congregations of brothers and priests around the world in almost all countries” and “brings together General Superiors of the male religious orders and congregations.”

Fr. Sosa is one of the most heterodox religious leaders in the Church today. He has expressed Marxist sympathies and praised Fidel Castro. During the debate on Amoris Laetitia, he told an interviewer, regarding Jesus’s teaching on divorce, “There would have to be a lot of reflection on what Jesus really said. At that time, no one had a recorder to take down his words.” He went on to say that “the word is relative, the Gospel is written by human beings, it is accepted by the Church which is made up of human persons[.] … So it is true that no one can change the word of Jesus, but one must know what it was!” When this statement stirred up controversy – Cardinal Burke said Sosa should be “corrected” – he defiantly stood his ground


Cardinal Müller: They Just Keep Repeating Their Old Errors –On  gloria.tv
Finally Cdl Müller acknowledges that “the Church is divided” [between Catholics and Progressives] and that the progressives, apart from repeating old errors, offer no forward-looking ideas.


Reflection On This  Revolution

Up From the Bottom (Part Two) – Catholicism.org

“Those who have not lived before the Revolution do not know the sweetness of life.” So said, with great irony, Charles Maurice de Tallyrand, the renegade bishop who did as much as any individual to empower the French Revolution of 1789. He it was who largely wrote its foundational document, The Declaration of the Rights of Man. As former treasurer of the Church in France, it was also he who identified Church lands and oversaw their sale to finance the First Republic. This was before he went on to become Napoleon’s foreign minister, to help engineer Napoleon’s downfall and the restoration of the monarchy under King Louis XVIII, and then to die peacefully in his bed, insisting that he had never betrayed anyone. But this article is not about him. What I want to do here, as I said I would in the article’s first installment, is to identify the main reason why many young persons, especially in Europe, are at the heart of an unmistakable movement upward from the near bottom to which society has fallen after two centuries of the modernity that dawned with the Revolution and grew only more hellish as it continued to unfold unto now.


100 Years of Solzhenitsyn: Lessons on the October Revolution for our time- On Rorate


How to Resist Pope Francis’ ‘Paradigm Shift’ — On Catholic Family News


Ecclesiastical Corruption Must be Met Not Just With Prayer, but Action – OnePeterFive


How Catholics can live their faith more fully in the current crisis | LifeSite