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Weekly News Roundup January 20, 2022
This week's stories include: (1) a closer look at fundamental differences between the traditional "Church Unity Octave" and the post-Vatican II "Week of Prayer for Christian Unity", (2) further evidence that synodality and ecumenism (endless dialogue with non-Catholic Christians) are inseparable, (3) the case of Fr. Anthony Bus (a Chicago priest who dared to question Cardinal Cupich's anti-Tradition diktats), (4) new revelations about private meetings held between Pope Francis and Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla, and (5) the status of COVID restrictions in Australia (bad news) and the UK (good news).
Weekly News Roundup 01/13/2022
Our stories this week include: (1) a Synod-related tweet from the USCCB that backfired on the bishops, (2) a significant personnel change at the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) in Rome, (3) two recent statements in opposition to Traditionis Custodes, (4) the passage of a pro-abortion bill in New Jersey (which "Catholic" Gov. Bill Murphy said he will sign into law this week), and (5) America's liturgical Grinch (Cardinal Blase Cupich) being booed off stage at the Chicago March for Life last Saturday (Jan. 8).
Weekly News Roundup 01/07/2022
Our stories this week include: (1) Cardinal Blase Cupich's Christmas gift to traditional Catholics; (2) a circus performance held at the Vatican for Pope Francis, as well as more subtle digs at traditionalists by the Pope; (3) the Archbishop of Dublin's claim that "[r]adical change is coming to the Church" via "the synodal pathway" of Pope Francis; (4) a courageous sermon given by a Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (FSSP) priest regarding COVID; and (5) Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò's response to the Congregation for Divine Worship's contrived "Responsa ad Dubia" concerning the implementation of Traditionis Custodes.
The Explosion of Tradition in Poland: Father Karl Stehlin
Father Karl Stehlin explains how priests and faithful in Poland and across Eastern Europe are flocking to Tradition. In an inspiring interview he explains how 13 priests have found refuge with the SSPX in Poland and how the number of faithful have tripled in the past year. He explains that the COVID restrictions (which are more strict on Churches than under Communism), the novelties of the current papacy, and Traditionis Custodes have led many priests and faithful to Tradition thanks to the protection of the Immaculata. He also explains his role as the leader of the Malitia Immaculata founded by Maximillian Kolbe. For more information in the US please see https://sspx.org/en/militia-immaculatae-faqs.
Weekly News Roundup December 23, 2021
Our stories this week include: (1) the "Responsa ad Dubia" document released last Saturday by the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments (CDW) (a second 'nuclear attack', so to speak, on the traditional Roman liturgy); (2) a significant leadership change in the Roman Curia (Vatican bureaucracy) involving the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development (the office in charge of the Vatican's COVID-19 Commission); (3) the latest from the Vatican regarding jabs; (4) a Catholic psychiatrist, medical ethicist, and university professor who has recently been fired for refusing to take the jab; (5) and interesting revelation regarding very positive comments about Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre reportedly made by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger in 2003; and (6) the latest from Archbishop Vigano.
Coalition for Canceled Priests
Brian McCall interviews Father John Lovell, President and co-founder of Coalition for Canceled Priests. Father not only tells his own story of being "canceled" but the founding of this important organization. The interview brings a great message of hope for the Restoration of All Things in Christ through the restoration of priests.
Great commentary on current events
I look forward every week to hear Mr. Gaspars’ & Dr. McCall’s news commentary.
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Definitely worth a listen!