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Weekly News Roundup 11/18/2021
This week our stories include: (1) End of USCCB meeting and vote on mostly useless document, (2)Eucharistic sacrilege no big deal to French bishop, (3) Polish Dominican sends open letter to Pope Francis defending Traditional Mass, critiquing Traditionis Custodes, and announcing he is affiliating with the SSPX, (4) Pope writes to encourage gay "Catholic," and (5) Archbishop Vigano announces launch of an Anti-globalist Alliance.
Weekly News Roundup 11/11/2021
This week's stories include: Two bombshell letters interpreting Traditionis Custdes and an article by Cardinal Cupich; Senator Durbin denied Communion for being pro-abortion; Vatican Shuts down contemplative Benedictine monastery; Cardinal Kasper criticizes the German Synodal Way (that has lost its way)
Resoring Catholic Higher Education
Brian McCall discusses the first academic year of the four year fully Traditional Catholic college Collegium Sanctorum Angelorum with its founding President, Dr. Edward Schaefer and member of the founding faculty Professor Phillip Berns. Collegium sanctorum angelorum (College of the Holy Angels) is a faithful, affordable, and classical liberal arts college. It will be a residential, four-year college that will provide a liberal arts education (A.A. and B.A.) that is faithful to the intellectual, moral, spiritual, and liturgical traditions of the Roman Catholic Church, and a formation in Catholic living – ora et labora, both at affordable rates. For more information or to apply for admission or donate please visit https://www.the-collegium.org/about.
Weekly News Roundup 11/04/2021
Our stories this week include: (1) Francis tells Biden he is a good Catholic and should keep receiving Communion, (2) USCCB Committee finalizes draft document on the Eucharist, (3) More on the terrible Vatican CCP agreement-underground bishop disappears, (4) updates on two Supreme Court cases, and (5) a report on the Summorum Pontificum Pilgrimage.
Liturgical War and Peace: Dr. Kwasniewski discusses new book on Traditionis Custodes
Dr. Peter Kwasniewski, scholar, author, lecturer, and CFN contributor, discusses the new book From Benedict's Peace to Francis's War that collects 70 different reactions to Traditionis Custodes, Pope Francis's Motu Proprio against the Traditional Latin Mass. The book is available at https://www.angelicopress.org/from-benedicts-peace-to-franciss-war-peter-kwasniewski
Weekly News Roundup 10/28/2021
Our stories this week include: (1) a very inculturated Mass for the opening of the Synod on Synodality in California; (2) the Pope's meeting with a group of German Lutherans, plus his latest general audience (more railing against "fundamentalists"); (3) the appointment of notorious population control advocate Jeffrey Sachs to the Pontifical Academy for Social Sciences by Pope Francis; (4) a new decree issued by the Congregation for Divine Worship (CDW) concerning liturgical translations and adaptations (practical application of Francis' 2017 Motu Proprio Magnum Principium); and (5) Archbishop Viganò's appeal to the U.S. Bishops and the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith to reconsider their support for abortion-tainted and experimental vaccines.
Great commentary on current events
I look forward every week to hear Mr. Gaspars’ & Dr. McCall’s news commentary.
I am glad to have available on this platform.
Definitely worth a listen!