Call of Repentance: Fidelity to Pope Francis

Matthew Ch7:1-5 (Knox Bible) “Do not judge others, or you yourselves will be judged. As you have judged, so you will be judged, by the same rule; award shall be made you as you have made award, in the dame measure. How is it that thou canst see the speck of dust which is inContinue reading “Call of Repentance: Fidelity to Pope Francis”

Vatican II FAQ’s Word on Fire

Word on Fire now has an excellent FAQ page on Vatican II. Check it out. Click Here. It answers the following 12 questions. These 12 responses show how we owe Vatican II a religious assent because it is part of the ordinary magisterium’s teaching authority. It cannot be changed or disregarded. If you want toContinue reading “Vatican II FAQ’s Word on Fire”

Pope Francis my Pope Part 1: Don’t Pick on the Man

1 Kings (1Samuel) Ch 26 shortened “And Saul arose, and went down to the wilderness of Ziph, having with him three thousand chosen men of Israel, to seek David… And Saul encamped in Gabaa Hachila… and David abode in the wilderness. And seeing that Saul was come after him into the wilderness He sent spies,Continue reading “Pope Francis my Pope Part 1: Don’t Pick on the Man”

Letter from the Editor August 2020: Encouragement Promoting Obedience to Bishops

“Be ye subject therefore to every human creature for God’s sake: whether it be to the king as excelling; Or to governors as sent by him for the punishment of evildoers, and for the praise of the good: For so is the will of God, that by doing well you may put to silence theContinue reading “Letter from the Editor August 2020: Encouragement Promoting Obedience to Bishops”

Bishop Barron on Vatican II

“Friends, I’m a traditionalist—I stand with Christian revelation and the entirety of the Church’s teaching, from the Council of Jerusalem through Nicaea, Chalcedon, and Trent. Since the Church’s tradition includes the Second Vatican Council, it’s therefore impossible to repudiate Vatican II and claim to be a faithful traditionalist. There’s nothing traditional about rejecting an ecumenical council.”Continue reading “Bishop Barron on Vatican II”

On Christian Marriage by Pope Pius XI

The primary reason for this post is to show forth some balance in what we do here at this website and not to just review a book. We are not blind to the confusion and chaos of modern society and the difficulties of right belief in the church today. (we recognize the need for preContinue reading “On Christian Marriage by Pope Pius XI”

Bibliaclerus

Did you know that the Congregation for the Clergy (the Holy See) offers a free biblical analysis software? It is free to download at http://www.clerus.org/bibliaclerus/index_eng.html This is another great resource. Although, the English version is not as complete as the French or Italian there are still 100’s of books cross referenced to respective passages ofContinue reading “Bibliaclerus”

Communion on the Hand

            The real beauty about this article is that it avoids useless disputes. “Of these things put them in mind, charging them before the Lord. Contend not in words, for it is to no profit, but to the subverting of the hearers. Carefully study to present thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth notContinue reading “Communion on the Hand”

Beautiful Plants of the Bible by Dr. Darom, Other Atlases and Biblical Collections

There are so many different types of biblical commentary out there today. How do you chose which one to follow? My recommendation for more scholarly commentary is to get the most up to date version of the New Catholic Commentary on Holy Scripture or the New Jerome Biblical Commentary. Alternatively, moving away from sometimes dryContinue reading “Beautiful Plants of the Bible by Dr. Darom, Other Atlases and Biblical Collections”