Category Archives: Bishops

Pope Benedict’s Instruction to Get a Latin Mass in Your Parish

Pope Benedict continually amazes me.  He has brought back the Latin Tridentine Mass and is in the process of bringing the  Anglicans into the Church.  (I will speak in depth about the later topic in the future.) Unfortunately for some … Continue reading

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Catholics Must Vote Like Catholics

This coming Tuesday, voters all around the country will be making their way to the polls.  The problem is that most Catholics will go to the polls without having been correctly instructed how to vote by their priests and bishops.  … Continue reading

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Our Duty As Catholic Lay People

After reading my latest post, some of you might think I should rename this blog “Bashing Bishops“.  The fact of the matter is that there are good bishops; they are not 100% bad, just 99.5% bad.  During the last national … Continue reading

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Catholic Bishops Miss the Boat

Last week, Americans across the country voted in the nation’s primaries.  Sadly, the bishops and priest had largely not advised those entrusted in their care how to vote as Catholics.  There is a big difference between how Catholics are required … Continue reading

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Archbishop Gomez to Encounter Strong Liberalism in LA

Once he heard that Archbishop Gomez was going to take over for Cardinal Mahony in the ultra-liberal LA archdiocese, Hitler decided to post a new rant on Youtube. Seriously however, Gomez will be facing strong liberal feeling.  LA has been … Continue reading

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A Rebuke of the Bishops and a Call to the Laity

     This Holy Week we spent some time reflecting on Judas, who handed Jesus over to His enemies.  Since he was a member of the twelve Apostles, Judas was a bishop of the early Church.  As we look upon the … Continue reading

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