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The War for the Soul of SSPX Continues

Last October, I wrote an article stating that there were three distinctive splinter groups within SSPX. It appears that I was wrong about that. Instead, there appears to be one main, umbrella group working to create an alternative, ultra-right wing … Continue reading

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Three Videos About Cardinal Burke and the Papacy

Here are three videos about Cardinal Burke and his suitability for the papacy. This first video was made by Michael Voris of Real Catholic TV in April of 2012. Even back then people were talking about Burke being a great … Continue reading

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Who Will be the Next Pope?

Now that Pope Benedict has abdicated and the conclave has been set to start March 11th, everyone is going to be trying to guess who will be the next pope. In fact, Business Insider has an interesting list, with pros … Continue reading

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Quick Update: Vatican Issues Ultimatum to SSPX

Today it was discovered that the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith have issued an ultimatum to the Society of St. Pius X. This ultimatum gives the hierarchy of SSPX until February 22nd to restart doctrinal talks with the … Continue reading

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My Thoughts on Pope Benedict’s Abdication

This Monday we head the news that Pope Benedict XVI is abdicating the Chair of St. Peter. I head this sad news shortly after I woke up at 6 am. My first thought was that it was a horrible and … Continue reading

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St. John Bosco Is Taken on a Tour of Hell

I don’t usually post articles from other blogs on this site, but after reading this particular one I had to. You can find the original post here. This is a story that should be read to all young people to persuade them … Continue reading

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St. Francis Xavier (1506 – 1552)

Today is the feast of St. Francis Xavier, so St. Francis Xavier was born on April 7, 1506 in the Kingdom of Navarre in Northern Spain. He was born into a wealthy aristocratic family. His father died when he was … Continue reading

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St. Kateri Tekakwitha (1656 – 1680)

In honor of Pope Benedict’s canonization of two new saints back in October, here is a biography for St. Kateri Tekakwitha. St. Kateri Tekakwitha was born around 1656 in a Mohawk village near today’s Auriesville, New York. Her father was … Continue reading

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St. Marianne Cope (1838 – 1918)

In honor of Pope Benedict’s canonization of two new saints back in October, here is a biography for St. Marianne Cope. St. Marianne Cope was born on January 23, 1838 to Peter Koob and Barbara Witzenbacher in the Grand Duchy … Continue reading

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Catholics Must Vote Prolife or Face Hell

No matter what anyone says, Catholics must vote for pro-life, anti-abortion, anti-gay marriage, pro-traditional family, and pro-Bible politicians or endanger their immortal soul. This is a topic that every priest and bishop in the United States should have been preaching … Continue reading

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