Tag Archives: Latin

Temporary break

I apologize for the break in posting. I was hoping to keep things more regular. I have, however, been very busy. Later today, I hope to announce the publication of the first-ever English translation of St. Robert Bellarmine’s De Romano Pontifice, books 1-2. Books 3-5 are planned for next month, depending on the editors. It […]

Francisco Suarez on what to do if the Pope falls into heresy…

  For some time the question of the loss of papal office has been of interest to certain segments of Traditionalism. One of the many “Francis-effects” we could speak of, however, is that this question has gone mainstream due to the Pontiff’s many gaffes or statements that at least leave one scratching their head to […]

A Preview of De Romano Pontifice: Peter alone was made a Bishop by Christ

I am preparing to publish volume 1 of my translation of De Romano Pontifice, which will embrace books 1 and 2, very soon. The editing has taken a little longer than I thought it would, though it has helped me to catch up on finishing books 3 and 4 and hopefully starting on 5 (the […]

Interview 009 – Stephen Hand

Download [Right click to download]    Play in New Window Today we are joined by Stephen Hand, a writer, researcher and Traditional Catholic [though, as Stephen says, some hold this last part in doubt], for a wide ranging conversation of his view of the collapse of society from his youth to when he came into the […]

End of the Reform of the Reform

The family split in the Matt family, which formed the two different conservative newspapers, the Wanderer and the Remnant respectively, is perhaps a microcosm of conservative movements in the Church here in the United States (in Europe, Latin America, and elsewhere, it is similar but different in many respects, e.g. European traditionalists I have known […]

The Perpetual Virginity of the Dei Para: Virginity during Birth

Thesis II Beata Deipara cum ante partum Virginem fuisset, tum remansisset Virginem inviolatam in partu. The Blessed Mother of God not only was a virgin before birth, but also remained an inviolate virgin even during birth. In the first Thesis of this doctrine, we showed, irrefutably from the sources of our religion that Mary was […]

Preface to De Romano Pontifice

In case anyone is wondering why I am not posting more regularly, it is because I have been hard at work on translating De Romano Pontifice. Today I am sharing an update, which I already placed on the go-fund me site, which is the full preface to the work. It is still a work in […]

Doctrinal Treatise on the Assumption

Originally Published 15 August, 2010 The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary is a dogma of the Catholic faith, solemnly declared as a dogma ex cathedra by Pope Pius XII in the document Munificentissimus Deus on 1 November 1950. This Dogma teaches formally that Mary, was assumed, body and soul into heaven at the end […]

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