I’m closing in on book one of De Romano Pontifice, but it is turning out to be quite a job. I still need to get to book five. As such, I need announce, that due to the work on that particular work of Bellarmine, has caused me not to finish a work I had announced […]
Today is the Feast of St. Clare on the Traditional Calendar. The following, is an excerpt from Candide Chalippe’s “The Life of St. Francis.” His [St. Francis’] discourses, backed by his example, and his prayers and exhortations, animated by an ardent zeal, were so efficacious, that in the town and county of Assisi a very […]
“Let, therefore, the separated children draw nigh to the Apostolic See, set up in the City which Peter and Paul, the Princes of the Apostles, consecrated by their blood; to that See, We repeat, which is “the root and womb whence the Church of God springs,” not with the intention and the hope that “the […]
I apologize for the hiatus in regular blogging. My plan is normally to have an article every two days and a podcast every week. I had one interview that has to be redone because the program I was using spontaneously deleted all the data, can’t figure out why, thus I’m going back to the free […]
Here I am continuing the discussion of the Instrumentum Laboris for the 2014 Synod. You can see my first post on that here. After finishing this document I can only conclude there will be bad things coming out of this synod. Let’s have a look at some of the problematic passages. In various ways, the […]
Thank you to everyone who so kindly donated! I am extremely appreciative of it. Now there is lot’s of work to do! I will be sending something along to those very kind people who donated, very soon. : )
Many have asked about my old works on Sedevacantism, which have been a source of aid for many people, God be praised. I am currently re-working them, and when I’m ready to put them back up they I will add a “Sedevacantism” tab to the menu bar. Thanks to all who have inquired.