The Archbishop of Krakow, Marek Jedraszewski, made headlines in a sermon on August 1st and sent the LGBTQ community into a rather astounding, if still predictable, tizzy.
As his Grace proclaimed: Our land is no longer affected by the [Communist] red plague, which does not mean that there is no new one that wants to control our souls, hearts and minds.
He went on to stress that Communism and gay propaganda – which he called the “rainbow disease” – are ‘rooted in the same source’.
Our land is no longer affected by the red plague, which does not mean that there is not
Saint Dominic, who died in 1221, four years before his most famous spiritual son, Thomas of Aquinas was born was, like the famed ‘Dumb Ox’, to fulfil much in a relatively short life: They both died at around the half-century mark, when some are just getting going. After all, Aristotle, whom Thomas did much to make a household name, claimed a man was not mature enough to study metaphysics until the tender age of 40, which was the age the Jews thought requisite to have developed a similar maturity to have a spiritual opinion; hence, their reply to the Christ,
Every once in a while I read an article by a new convert to Tradition who is seething with fury because he or she has been to a Traditional Latin Mass and now feels like “I was ROBBED!” Frankly, I don’t think this is the best response to the sacred liturgy myself. I’d go with joy and gratitude although really my first response to the Edinburgh TLM was confusion, disorientation and awe.
This week’s Holy Smoke podcast asks whether Cardinal George Pell, jailed in Australia for paedophile crimes, could have been the…
The Our Father or the Lord’s Prayer is the one prayer that all people of Christian belief have in common. This is a familial prayer we mutually pray and is raised up to the heavens countless times each day. Although the protestant version has an additional doxology (praise response), added as a side note years ago and later made an…
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