Pope Leo’s Vision

On October 13th, 1884, 33 years before the Miracle of the Sun in Fatima, Pope Leo XIII had a terrifying vision of the future of the Church. With a handful of cardinals and Vatican staff members in attendance, Pope Leo XIII had finished celebrating mass in the Vatican Chapel. He suddenly stopped at the foot of the altar, … More Pope Leo’s Vision

Cardinal Sarah’s challenge to traditionalists

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

To the Archbishop

Dear Pastor in Christ of Malta, I am the Marian Warrior, I am writing this letter, to thank you for giving opportunity to those Traditional Catholic youths to have the extraordinary form of the Mass or the Tridentine mass. This showed how much you care for those small number of youths who believe that the … More To the Archbishop

Homosexual Unions

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

Cardinal Sarah and Gays

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

“The Seminary Gate is Open” Really?!

Recently the Archbishop of Malta confirmed with the National Catholic Register that if any seminarian does not agree with Pope Francis, “the seminary gate is open”(implying that they are free to leave) (1). The Maltese Seminary has 18 seminarians; so implying that any form of disagreement on “Amoris Laetitia” from the seminarians would be responded in … More “The Seminary Gate is Open” Really?!