Tag Archives: Tradition

Interview 031—Eric Ybarra on the Challenge of Eastern Orthodoxy

Part I Download             Play in New Window Part II Download             Play in New Window Today we are joined by Eric Ybarra, a convert from Anglicanism to talk about the challenge presented by Eastern Orthodoxy. Eric lays out what exactly Eastern Orthodoxy is (Greek, Russian, Middle Eastern, etc.) and their many differences with the Catholic Church […]

Interview 028 – Fr. Chad Ripperger, PhD on Metaphysics, Evolution, Divorce and Remarraige

Download [Right Click]    Play in New Window Prepare for the Exhortation by getting the right principles to judge it! Fr. Ripperger rejoins us for a serious conversation on Metaphysics, its importance, the Thomistic tradition in metaphysics and how the modern philosophy and evolution are opposed to the principles of metaphysics and are the main cause […]

Interview 027—Fr. Ioannes Petrus on Elections, Voting and Islam

Download [Right Click]         Play in New Window Today Fr. Ioannes Petrus re-joins us for a wide-ranging interview which is perhaps the first one I did not script with pre-planned questions. We discuss voting, the trajectory of government in the West, the current Holy Father, the threat of Islam, Immigration and how Christians should respond to […]

Interview 019 – Fr. Joannes Petrus Part 2: Freemasonry and the Occult

Download [Right Click]       Play in New Window What follows is part 2 of my interview with Fr. Joannes Petrus on Revolution and counter-revolution, discussing in particular Free Masonry and the Occult, as well as the connection to Egypt, the recent Supreme Court Decision on homosexuality, lust in the culture, ecumenism and points for Traditional Catholics […]

Interview 018 – Chris Ferrara discusses Laudato Si

Download [Right Click]        Play in New Window Smaller/Mobile Version:             Part 1       Part 2        Part 3        Part 4 Today we are joined by Chris Ferrara, the president of the Catholic Lawyers Association, a well known Columnist for the Remnant, the author of The Great Façade, The Church and the Libertarian, and his magnum opus: Liberty: The […]

St. John Fisher: Resistance to Tyranny

Today is the feast of the twin martyrs, St. John Fisher and St. Thomas More. There are books yet to be written on both, for all that have been written, but since so many more have been written on the latter I wish to write more on the former. Now, in the first place, Fisher […]

Interview 015 – Fr. Michael Driscoll on Exorcism and the Traditional Latin Mass

Download [Right Click]                 Play in New Window Smaller Version:         Part 1              Part 2 Today we are joined by Fr. Michael Driscoll, a priest of the diocese of Peoria IL, for a frank conversation about the TLM vs. the NO, issues in the liturgy following Vatican II, as well as issues relating to exorcism and his […]

De Romano Pontifice Published for the first time in English!

Just today is a historic day for Bellarmine. Today is the first time his work “On the Roman Pontiff” has been made available in English translation. This is a beautiful and fantastic polemical and apologetic work defending the Papacy from the attacks of 16th century Protestants, many of the arguments of whom are used today, […]

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 […]

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