Tag Archives: family

Interview 016 – dom Noah Moerbeek on the Poor Knights of Christ

Download [Right click]         Play in New Window Smaller/Mobile version:        Part 1          Part 2         Part 3           Part 4 Today we are joined by dom Noah Moerbeek, CPMO of the Milita Templi or Poor Knights of Christ. Noah talks about his order, what it is and what it is not as well as its spirituality. Moreover, Noah, […]

Interview 013 – Bill Jasper on the TPP

Download [Right click]                      Play in New Window Mobile/Smaller Version:              Part 1       Part 2         Part 3 Today Bill Jasper, the senior editor of the New American,  joins us to talk about a pending trade deal that you have never heard of called the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and it could effect you in a dramatic way, from internet […]

More reasons to ignore Pope Francis quotes

There are lots of quotes running around from Pope Francis, which cause fulminations on Facebook, or other places. Now what Francis actually says is troubling enough, but too often, and perhaps because of his unprepared speeches where he confuses people, it is more believable when hoaxes appear as though they were what he had said.

Celibacy, challenging the myths

 Originally published on the original Athanasius Contra Mundum, 10 October 2010. Epigonius, Bishop of the Royal Region of Bullas, declares “With the rule concerning continence and chastity [which] was already discussed in a previous council, let the same be taught with more emphasis. Namely that there are the three ranks that by virtue of their […]

Aude Sapere 006 – Meet Archbishop Bruno Forte

Download                       Play in New Window Today on the Aude Sapere podcast, we will take a look at the author of the “homosexual passages” of the Synod’s mid-term report which have predictably rocked the headlines around the world.

The failure of the pro-life movement

It cannot be too often repeated that what destroyed the Family in the modern world was Capitalism. No doubt it might have been Communism, if Communism had ever had a chance, outside that semi-Mongolian wilderness where it actually flourishes. But so far as we are concerned, what has broken up households and encouraged divorces, and […]

Dissecting the Instrumentum Laboris for the October 2014 Synod

The Instrumentum Laboris, or working document (in Latin literally, the device of the work) was issued last month, and it foretells essentially more of the same. The Document is riddled with programs, programs, and more programs! More this and more that! Change! Yet the only things useful for a constructive discussion on how to meet […]

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