Category Archives: Keeping the dogma of the Faith

We Continue to Get Rave Reviews on Our Book!

  The book is EVER ANCIENT, EVER NEW TRADITIONAL LATIN MASS Compendium of Catholic Doctrine.  Truly, if one knew and understood the contents of this book on the Mass, he would know the essential saving doctrine of our Lord Jesus … Continue reading

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Veri Catholici: Libellus of Condemned Errors regarding ‘Amoris Laetitia’

This past June 25, a conference of Veri Catholici (consisting of lay faithful) took place in Italy to denounce the errors in the papal Exhortation, Amoris Laetitia.   Among those participating with a presentation submitted through e-mail, was an admin of … Continue reading

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Justice and Mercy – inseparable

Someone, not too long ago, commented on FB, that the faithful had a right to the Sacraments.  Of course this is not true, but it is understandable that the faithful almost unconsciously have imbibed this heretical notion floating around since … Continue reading

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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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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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The Influence of Music in Shaping One’s Character

Hear Father Ripperger explain the principle of the integral good…effeminacy through certain types of music……masculine and feminine music…the sorrowful Heart of our Lady….blessing one’s food…and much more. This is an excellent and instructive video.   A-must-watch for the good of our … Continue reading

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A Priest Speaks on the “Francis Effect”

There is a video currently making the rounds on Fb which I find rather astonishing.   The speaker is a priest of relatively unknown repute,  but I guarantee you, that after reading what he says, you will remember this man … Continue reading

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Government “light”: Cause of Wayward Paths, Says Bishop

The ex-bishop of of Ciudad del Esta, Paraguay, Bishop Livieres, has recently published another letter which our friend Jose Sarto posted today on his blog Página Católica. The  translation from the Spanish is ours:   ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The Catholic Church is … Continue reading

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