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What is the Difference between ‘Evangelism’ and ‘Proselytism’? A Serious Question

The mission of the Catholic Church is to “make disciples of all nations,” which is to say, to evangelize the entire world, in fidelity to her Divine Founder and His... More →

NCR Accuses Four Cardinals, à la Father Feeney, of Jansenism

Michael Sean Winters of National Catholic Reporter does not like black and white. He denies that black and white exist in moral and doctrinal Church teaching. He says that... More →

Brother Francis: Historical Battles in Defense of Christendom

Brother Joseph Mary put together this YouTube video from excerpts of Brother Francis’ lectures. Our beloved teacher is here speaking of historical armed conflicts in defense of Christendom. Who says... More →

Pray for Dr. Anthony Esolen

Dr. Anthony Esolen, author, translator, Dante scholar, and professor at Providence College, is under attack from the Orwellian diversity enforcers at PC for daring to criticize the direction they have... More →

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cardinal_burke_coat_of_arms Cardinal Burke and the Doctors of the Law

No doubt, a large segment of readers is already aware of the recent excitement caused by Cardinals Walter Brandmüller, Raymond L. Burke, Carlo Caffarra, and Joachim Meisner thanks to their laudable attempt to clarify the pastoral and doctrinal confusion surrounding the Holy Father’s post-synodal exhortation, Amoris Laetitia. In the economic words of the respected Catholic journalist Edward Pentin, Four... More →

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The small European country of Estonia (bordered by Russia on the east, by Latvia on the south, and by the Baltic Sea on west and north, just under Finland) became a satellite of the Communist government after the Bolshevik Revolution in 1917. The interiors of many parish churches were re-painted by the Communists.  However,... More →


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