Cardinal Burke’s Letter to the USCCB on Our Lady of America

In a letter to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Archbishop Burke, then the Ordinary of St. Louis, Missouri, now Prefect of the Apostolic Signatura, revealed the results of

Reparation: Bishop Morlino Calls for Ember Days Prayer & Fasting

In a letter written by Bishop Robert C. Morlino to the people of the Diocese of Madison regarding the ongoing sexual abuse scandal in the Church, he called all within

Please Pray as Massive Hurricane & Super Typhoon Strike on Feast of Exaltation of the Holy Cross

Both Hurricane Florence & Super Typhoon Mangkhut are set to strike on the Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross. I am adding fasting on water only to my prayers, until these storms

What is the St. Gallen Mafia?

Cardinal Daneels refers to his membership to a certain St Gallen club or “mafia” (his term) that met together to forge support for the election of Pope Francis (and perhaps

What Do We Do Now?! Just Stop It!!

You and I are traversing through historic times. Fr. Robert Altier was correct in saying … St. Louis de Montfort told us that in these times, the latter times, he

Now Is No Time to Abandon the Battlefield

By Father Bill Peckman … In the first three centuries of Christianity, the Church was deemed dangerous because it denounced the cultural depravity of the time, it spoke about human

Fr. Robert Altier’s Truthful Homily About the Current Crisis in the Church

The following is the transcription of the August 19, 2018 homily given at the Church of St. Raphael in Crystal, Minnesota by Fr. Robert Altier. In the second reading today

How Close Can We Get to God?

Recently, we’ve had some terrible thunderstorms roll through the area. As usual, my very large Bernese Mountain Dog, “Lady” (named after the Blessed Mother), turns into a trembling little “taredy

Night of Knights – Friday, September 7 – “Facing the Crisis in the Church”

Powerful Night for Men! Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus, this is a powerful night for all men (KC or not) who look to join ranks with those seeking to

The Oath Against Modernism

The Oath Against Modernism Pope Pius X – 1910 To be sworn to by all clergy, pastors, confessors, preachers, religious superiors, and professors in philosophical-theological seminaries. I . . .