Blog

The Stranger

September 14, 2019

(adapted from original — author unknown) A few months before I was born, my dad met a stranger who was new to our small Tennessee town. From the beginning, Dad was fascinated with this enchanting newcomer, and soon invited him to live with our family. The stranger was quickly accepted and was around to welcome …

Read More

Divine Law Proves Traditionalist False Clergy offer Illicit Sacraments

September 8, 2019

Traditionalist Catholics (SSPX, CMRI, SSPV, SSG, MHTS, MHFM, independents) need to know that the sacraments they receive are “illicit.” Only clergymen continuing in the apostolic succession Christ established are authorized by Him to offer these Sacrifices and convey these graces in His name. Those not stemming from this succession are not lawful pastors and they offer vain sacrifices outside the …

Read More

For those who Abuse God’s Mercy

August 31, 2019

” Take care of him.” Luke x. 35. St. Alponsus tell us that in this day’s gospel we read, that a certain man fell into the hands of robbers, who, after having taken his money, wounded him, and left him half dead. A Samaritan who passed by, saw him, and taking pity on him, bound …

Read More

Jurisdiction, Pharisees & Consecration

August 25, 2019

We’ve been busy at work sharing the truth with those on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. So many people are misled, deceived, ignorant and proud. Every small beacon of light has the opportunity to save an invaluable, precious and immortal soul. Consider following us on these sites to lend support to what we share, so that …

Read More

Was Jesus a Jew?

August 18, 2019

Jesus was not a Jew, in the sense of what most people think of today as Jews. In a technical sense, however, Jesus was a Jew. How this works is, at first glance, a little complicated, but easy to understand once the terms are defined for you. The true Jew was a man of God. …

Read More

The CMRI Cock and Bull Story

August 11, 2019

CMRI History True Catholics in the remnant Church are able to clearly discern the inventions of the multitude of Sedevacantists and Traditionalists who undertake their study without a sincere desire for the truth; but rather, look for every way they can to defend their schismatic and heretical positions. These “theologians”—who purport to be priests and …

Read More

Stay at Home Catholics Unite

August 4, 2019

God is calling Catholics in His small remnant to come together and cooperate. St. Louis knew that Mary’s power over the evil spirits will shine forth in the latter times when she will rouse her humble servants and her poor children to fight against the devil. The holy popes of our past who approved of his writings without …

Read More

The Remnant Bickering is a Disgrace

July 28, 2019

Today there is too much feuding among those who strive to be faithful to Christ and his church. I may personally adhere to certain teachings which are mine to believe, but who am I to require other Catholics to do the same? There is the matter of certain teachings upon which no other pope or …

Read More

Human Respect, that Great Enemy of our Salvation

July 22, 2019

7-22-19 The Catholic remnant who stay home on Sunday have certain enemy that Jesus addressed for us. Human respect and the desire to please worldly people are no small adversaries on our pilgrimage through the treacherous waters of the Great Apostasy we are on. In exhorting his disciples to be faithful to him under the …

Read More
catholic church

The Servants of the Blessed Virgin

July 14, 2019

I can tell you how I have known in all walks of life great servants of the Blessed Virgin. I know one who begs for his bread on a street corner; every time I see him he proudly points out the Rosary on his neck I gave him.  I know them from the same sort …

Read More
catholic news

This is not a fence that can be straddled.

July 8, 2019

Some argue the salvation of souls give Traditionalist “priests” the right to administer the Sacraments and that it is a certain obligation.  However, all true Catholics must know it cannot be accomplished by providing doubtfully valid Sacraments. Moreover, the Church teaches that souls may be saved outside the Sacraments, except for baptism. The salvation of …

Read More
catholic store

How the American Church went wrong

July 2, 2019

Last month we began a simple examination of the roots of the American Catholic Church so as to better understand the history of the apostasy of the United States from the vicar of Christ. The hope is that we may gain a deeper understanding of the great gift of faith we have received in spite …

Read More

Blog

Translate »