Tag Archives: Roman Catholicism

Quid est Veritas?

Like in the political world, black seems to be white in the RC Church. I have received several links to news articles about the ongoing war between conservatives (including Cardinal Burke) and Pope Francis. How Pope Francis can cleanse the … Continue reading

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The Return of “And also with you”?

With this posting, I am going to bring this new spate of “crisis porn” to a stop. Pope Francis has ordered a review of the new Mass translation He doesn’t speak a word of English. I wonder who he’s going … Continue reading

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Paolo Sesto e Mussolini!

I don’t often remember dreams, but when I was at seminary, I had a dream of being in Italy during the Fascist era. A crowd was singing the Fascist anthem Giovinezza to other words beginning  Paolo Sesto e Mussolini… followed … Continue reading

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Our Lady of the Atonement

I have been reading about the events of the Anglican Use parish in Texas of Our Lady of the Atonement, built and faithfully served for so many years by Fr Phillips. This good and dynamic priest has been removed by … Continue reading

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More Papal Bull

I invariably have other things to do when some new absurdity comes out of the Roman Catholic Church. The newest is that Pope Francis is being threatened by four Cardinal whistle-blowers over the issue of allowing civilly remarried divorcees to … Continue reading

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Oh dear! Prosciugare la Palude…

See The latest from Rome. When Benedict XVI abdicated, one intention of Pope Francis was in some way to “drain the swamp” in Rome, to coin the slogan now used by the Trump campaign / beginning of administration in America. … Continue reading

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The Fatal Flaw

It is a constant theme: Anglicanism is intrinsically flawed by its comprehensiveness and doctrinal relativism because of the lack of a teaching authority (magisterium).  It is one argument that convinces Anglicans who are new to it to become Roman Catholics. … Continue reading

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