The Catholic Church After Quarantine

This is an opinion blog, so what you're going to read below is my opinion. Take it for whatever it's worth to you. Anyone who regularly reads this blog knows that I am an advocate for a return to traditional Catholicism, but readers should also know that when I say that I don't mean turning... Continue Reading →

Surviving the Wuhan Virus

It's like watching a horror movie. A deadly plague reaches our shores. The president declares a national emergency. Groceries and household items, like toilet paper and bottled water, disappear off the supermarket shelves. The stock market plunges, over and over again, businesses shut down. People are told to prepare for the worst. The future is... Continue Reading →

Reflections on Querida Amazonia

Pope Francis' apostolic exhortation on the Amazon Synod has been released. Titled Querida Amazonia, the document proved to not be the bombshell Faithful Catholics were so worried about. While not on the caliber of anything we would expect from Pope St. John Paul II, or Pope Benedict XVI, and it does have some problems in... Continue Reading →

An Episcopal Challenge for Elections

This is a friendly challenge, and a recommendation, to all individual American bishops who care about the spiritual safety of their flocks. Some of you may be aware that the US Bishops Voters Guide, Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship, is a complete flop among the laity. There are multiple reasons for this. First, it's too... Continue Reading →

Rome Will Have to Choose

There are two polarities in the Catholic Church today, and while these two polarities have existed together under the popes for a generation, that tension will not last much longer. This is nothing new. Situations like this have existed in the past, and the result is always the same -- schism. Honestly, I don't know... Continue Reading →

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