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Amazing Disgrace: "Catholics" and Lutherans Pray Together to Honor Luther in St. Louis. Are we in the same church as these heretics?

Dear Readers,  It is obvious this is a typical example of the public apostasy that has become common, especially since Karol Wojtyla's time as John Paul II. It is clear that these people, whether "Lutherans" or "Catholics," believe themselves to be part of the same church and all Christians on the way to Heaven. That is clear, but this has been said over and over again by people in the Conciliar church. My question is this, can we be in communion with people who hold obviously heretical beliefs about doctrine (such as "we have the same doctrine of justification as the Lutherans and Protestants). Are we in the same church with people who hold things things, pray these things, and do these things? Are we simply the "right-wing" "conservatives" or even "ultra-conservatives" and they are the "progressives" and "ultra-liberals." 
No, the Catholic Church is not the Anglican Church with its high, middle, and low,…

NewChurch History: Dr. Warren Carroll said that Opus Dei was from God, but poor St. Philomena did not even exist! With this kind of "Catholic historical criticism" who needs outright Modernism!

In another episode from the life of "Catholic historian" Dr. Warren Carroll, in the below, he denies the very existence of St. Philomena and announces his approval of Opus Dei because of the strong support John Paul II gave to it in his "canonization" of Josemaria Escriva.
Again, when are "traditional Catholics" --- those who adhere to the Catholic Religion as everyone knew it prior to the mid-60s, going to lose their inferiority complexes and guilt complexes and call a spade a spade. No more calling these people, "Neo-conservatives," but rather, "Neo-Modernists."
I will have some more on Dr. Warren Carroll soon, this time from the Warren Commission Report --- did you know that the writings of Warren Carroll on "Heroism" were found in the back seat of the car that Jack Ruby drove to Dallas prison when he shot Lee Harvey Oswald? Bet you didn't. But there is much much more there.

So get ready to take down your St. Philomena st…

When are we going to start calling "Neo-Conservative Catholics" by their real name, "Neo-Modernist"? The case of Christendom College.

When we look into the lives and statements of the "Neo-Conservative" "Catholics," we find that they publicly and explicitly endorse everything significant that the Neo-Modernists have done and taught. They also have identical views on the status of those who have the temerity to reject the Neo-Modernist path set by Vatican II and the Modernist hierarchs. Find a deviation or a real objection. If you venerate and pray to the initiator of Vatican II and its savaging of the Catholic Religion and the one who did the unthinkable at Assisi in 1986 (which event, by the way, we were NEVER told about by the now venerators of John Paul "the Great") and, among other things allowed the Buddhists to worship a statue of Buddha at the Church of St. Peter in Assisi. Here is an question asked on EWTN of Dr. Warren Carroll concerning the SSPX's criticism of JPII for his act of public apostasy at Assisi. With this response it is clear that Dr. Carroll held that such rad…

Breaking News: Dr. Robert Hickson's full account of Perfidy and Betrayal at Christendom College in the critical years of 1985-1992.

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The full and dramatic account of Dr. Robert Hickson, well-known to faithful Catholics in America and throughout the world, concerning what happened to him during the critical years ---- during all of which I was either attending the college or "around" the college --- when the College seemed to change its mission. At the time, I did not realize what was going on fully. I did not understand that Hickson had to be gotten rid of because he represented and embodied ----- well, the old Christendom, by this, I mean the "old" Christian Civilization, which he had always fought for and continues to fight for --- even here in this essay, where he exposes the deep wounds which were inflicted on him during and after these years and which he has mostly kept to himself, suffering with a dignity and pudor (what the ancients treasur…

Omega Point Straight Ahead? or Catholic Twilight Zone?: Vatican Moves to Officially Exonerate Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

Here are excerpts from an article by John Farrell in the Science Section of Forbes Magazine in which he speaks about the unanimous vote ------ where are the "Neo-Cons"? --- asking for a rehabilitation of the writings of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin on the part of the Pontifical Council for Culture. Teilhard, of course, is the arch-modernist whose pantheism cannot be remotely related to traditional Catholicism. I fully understood the pervasiveness of Teilhardianism when speaking to a scientist/philosopher/theologian who I knew well when he lived in Idaho, Wolfgang Smith. He said  that he used to be invited to conferences around the world to speak on the topic of science and religion --- he was a world class physicist that had worked for NASA --- until he wrote a book against Teilhard. When he presented his book, entitledTeilhardism and the New Religion, to an "Catholic" archbishop attending one of these conferences in Rome, the modernist cleric literally pulled back f…

Why Orthodox Catholic Doctrine Matters: Our Obligations to the Holy Souls in Purgatory. A Guest Contribution by Cornelia Ferreira

The following reflections are taken from The Purgatorian Manual, published by the Redemptorists (Imprimatur: Cardinal Spellman, 1946).
[According to St. Alphonsus Liguori, founder of the Redemptorists], “The practice of recommending to God the souls in Purgatory, that He may mitigate the great pains which they suffer, and that He may soon bring them to His glory, is most pleasing to the Lord and most profitable to us. For these blessed souls are His eternal spouses, and most grateful are they to those who obtain their deliverance from prison, or even a mitigation of their torments. When, therefore, they arrive in Heaven, they will be sure to remember all who have prayed for them. It is a pious belief that God manifests to them our prayers in their behalf, that they may also pray for us. These blessed souls are not in a state to pray for themselves, because they are, so to speak, criminals atoning for their faults. However, because they are very de…

Heretic Pope? Heretic Catholic? Let's Depose a Pope? Fr. Kramer Further Responds to Salza/Siscoe

Here is another section of Fr. Kramer's answer to Salza and Siscoe

SECTION THREE  SALZA & SISCOE ON THE DEPOSITION OF A POPE Having applied their artifices of sophistry to fraudulently interpret the doctrine of both St. Robert Bellarmine and Pietro Ballerini on the question of the deposition of a heretical pope (Opinion No. 5), by twisting it into a variation of Opinion No. 4, John Salza & Robert Siscoe then proceed to do the same with the doctrine of Cardinal Billot. On page 151 of True or False Pope? , they quote the eminent theologian “Given, therefore, the hypothesis of a pope who would become notoriously heret ical, one must concede without hesitation that he would by that very fact lose the pontifical power, insofar as, having become an unbeliever, he would by his own will be cast outside the body of the Church .” The first thing to be observed is that this is t he same teaching as that of Bellarmine and Ballerini: The heretic pope would be “cast out by his own will” ,…