This article first appeared in the July 20 2017 issue of the Catholic Herald. The Cardinal uses the term ‘reconciliation’ because moving towards his vision begins with a change of heart. The tenth anniversary of Summorum Pontificum – Pope Benedict XVI’s statute which granted priests the liberty to celebrate the “old Latin Mass”, now known as … More Cardinal Sarah’s challenge to traditionalists
This article appeared in the Catholic Exchange, written by STEPHANIE A. MANN. Although the French Revolution’s ideals of Liberty, Equality, and Brotherhood (Liberté, égalité, fraternité) seem laudable, in practice they were combined with a program of dechristianization. The revolutionaries were acting on the Enlightenment philosophes’ verbal attacks on the Catholic Church, regarding it as an ally of … More The Counter Revolution of 1793
This article was written by Tradition, Family, Property, an American Catholic Student Action founded to resist liberalism. 1. It is Not Marriage Calling something marriage does not make it marriage. Marriage has always been a covenant between a man and a woman which is by its nature ordered toward the procreation and education of children … More 10 Reasons Why Homosexual “Marriage” is Harmful
Many of the Maltese MPs today will “Hail Satan” with the new law amendment regarding Marriage. The Labour party is one of the branches of communism, founded by Karl Marx, as well as a political mockery of the Christian faith, but in truth the origin of the essence of the communist manifesto is within the … More Many Maltese MPs today will “Hail Satan”.
This article was written by Zak Portelli Malta is hosting the Isle of MTV concert, this is done in collaboration with the MTA, G7 and MTV itself. At first glance this all seems to be an event of innocent fun, but there is something far more intrinsically wrong with this event. Let us say the … More Isle of MTV or Island of St Paul?
From the Catechism of the Catholic Church To understand why it is necessary to oppose legal recognition of homosexual unions, ethical considerations of different orders need to be taken into consideration. From the order of right reason The scope of the civil law is certainly more limited than that of the moral law,(1) but civil law … More Homosexual Unions
Devotion to the Sacred Heart When one starts to write about such a devotion, the first word that jumps out of the page is “heart”. The heart is, above all, the emblem of love. However, being directed to the loving Heart of Jesus, it naturally encounters whatever in Jesus is connected with this love. Now, … More Sacred Heart of Jesus
This article was written by Mons Paul C Vella. Monsignor Vella is a Judge in the Maltese Archdiocese’s Tribunal, he is also the Chaplain of the Cloistered Benedictine Nuns in Imdina. Fr Paul is a Conventual Chaplain of the Order of Malta. O sacrum convivium! in quo Christus sumitur: recolitur memoria passionis eius: mens impletur gratia: et … More The Holy Eucharist
This article was published by Doug Mainwaring of Life Site News. June 12, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — Cardinal Sarah, prefect of the Vatican’s Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, issues both a stunning admonishment and an impassioned plea to his fellow bishops and priests in his foreward to Why I Don’t Call Myself Gay. … More Cardinal Sarah and Gays
Written on the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity by Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI on Sunday, 7 June 2009. Today we contemplate the Most Holy Trinity as Jesus introduced us to it. He revealed to us that God is love “not in the oneness of a single Person, but in the Trinity of one substance” … More Love and the Holy Trinity