Why Fasting?

This article was written by Zak Portelli. Lent is just hours away, we begin to prepare ourselves for ash Wednesday, and as usual one begins to hear people coming out with their own theories about what fasting and abstaining is. You might have come across that “enlightened” Christian, who sounds as if he/she is vegetarian … More Why Fasting?

Mary’s Yes

Click above and read below: “Behold, I am the handmaid of the Lord, let it be to me according to your word.” Mary’s yes is a pivotal moment in God’s plan for Salvation; it is a unique moment where God asks a simple, humble woman to be part of His plan for mankind. Many are … More Mary’s Yes

France, eldest daughter of the Church, who are you?-II

This article was written by Javier Gomez Tejeda, a seminarian studying in Spain and a fellow traditionalist contributor. Saint Ignatius of Loyola used to say that “Our Blessed Mother must put us with Her son Jesus so that we experience their full communion, as perfect and immaculate as no other bond can be” (EE, 241) … More France, eldest daughter of the Church, who are you?-II

France, eldest daughter of the Church, who are you?-I

This article was written by Javier Gomez Tejeda, a seminarian studying in Spain and a fellow traditionalist contributor. For the past few days, I have been traveling in France on the occasion of a series of conferences I was invited to participate in Paris. I know the capital of the so-called eldest daughter of the … More France, eldest daughter of the Church, who are you?-I