I Have Lost Faith

It's finally happened. Now that the US Bishops Conference is over, and absolutely nothing was done to combat the crisis of homosexual abuse and cover up within the US Catholic Church, I can finally say I've lost faith. No, I haven't lost faith in Jesus Christ. No, I haven't lost faith in the intercession of... Continue Reading →

Where to Find a Traditional Mass

I've blogged about this extensively, so I'm just going to make this short, sweet and to the point. The Catholic Church is in full-blown crisis mode now. It is unparalleled since the Protestant Revolution five-hundred years ago. It's going to get worse -- much worse. The only thing left to do now is protect your... Continue Reading →

Catholicism versus Hyper-Papalism

There is a word in the Catholic lexicon, and most Catholics are unfamiliar with it. It's called ultramontanism. Briefly, the word means "beyond the mountains" and it's a European reference to the Italian Alps that act as a natural northern border between Italy and the rest of Europe. Following the Protestant Revolution, wherein great portions... Continue Reading →

Rebirth of the Russian Empire

Throughout the 1990s, South Ossetians aggressively pushed for independence from the Republic of Georgia, ultimately seeking reunification with North Ossetia in Russia. Then on 12 November 2006, South Ossetia held a referendum which resulted in an overwhelming "yes" vote for independence from Georgia. In response both the Republic of Georgia, and the international community in... Continue Reading →

Everything Old is New Again

The statistics don't lie. They can't lie. They're all telling the same story. Mainline Catholicism is imploding. It's more pronounced in some areas than others, but with just a few exceptions, dioceses all across the United States are shrinking. They are in a state of managed decline, with parish mergers and closures. The priest shortage... Continue Reading →

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