Author Archives: Fiat

Being Against the Pope, and All That Nonsense

Rorate Caeli has graciously given permission for Catholic outlets to disseminate the following recent and very important interview with Bishop Athanasius Schneider: “Quod semper, quod ubique, quod ab omnibus”, i.e. “What has been always, everywhere and from all” believed and … Continue reading

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From the Heart of a Catholic Priest!

I happen to know that the comment which follows, expresses what is on the mind of other priests, who for various reasons prefer to remain anonymous: “Ok. I want to get something off my chest: I am sick and tired … Continue reading

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Eastertide – Forget the Sad Days of the Passion, Forget Divine Mercy Sunday

“All things have their season, and in their times all things pass under heaven.” – Ecclesiastes 3:1 The Church in her season of Easter gives the faithful 50 days in which to rejoice and celebrate the resurrection of our Redeemer.  … Continue reading

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Paul VI Approved of Contraception…..FALSE!

I’ve been neglecting this blog since there is such little time these days, but I had to post this because it is so important!   This post is in reference to Francis’s allusion to contraception being justified in some cases.    “Vatican … Continue reading

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Bishop A. Schneider on Crisis, SSPX, Schism, Foot Washing for Women…..

Today, February 1, Rorate Caeli has posted an interview with Bishop Schneider which is being made available to other venue for far and wide dispersion.    He doesn’t believe Russia was properly consecrated, and he considers the SSPX to be “a … Continue reading

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God’s Intervention?

The archdiocese of Chicago was intent on destroying the Shrine.   In a letter received from the Archdiocese, the Canons of the Institute of Christ the King, Chicago, had been told that ( quoting from the Institute web page): “Based on … Continue reading

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The Book is Selling! Ever Ancient, Ever New Traditional Latin Mass….

It is truly humbling because this is due totally to the inspiration of grace.    We recently received an order for 12 more of our books, Ever Ancient, Ever New Traditional Latin Mass Compendium of Catholic Doctrine. Favorable, unsolicited comments … Continue reading

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Archdiocese is moving without delay to demolish the remnants of the structure…..

The following is the latest development concerning the situation of the Shrine of Christ the King, which burned down on October 7.  The archdiocese of Chicago has announced it’s decision: https://www.gofundme.com/ShrineFireFund —————————————————————- Dear donors and supporters, As the new year … Continue reading

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A 1599 Hymn in Náhuatl for O.L. of Guadalupe

I posted this video on Fb for the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe yesterday. It is a hauntingly beautiful piece of polyphony. The words were originally a prayer addressed to our Lady of Guadalupe.  In 1599, the then popular … Continue reading

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A True Missionary of Mercy, Fr. Byers Addresses the Pope

Who is this brave priest, and why aren’t more of our clergy speaking out like he is doing? “The Holy Father is speaking to Lutherans. Private conscience and private faith is a big deal for them. When Pope Francis says … Continue reading

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