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The Church's strategy of evangelization has been to accommodate ourselves to the culture, reversing the words of St. Paul; we grow old and stale, conforming to the world.

The Church's strategy of evangelization has been to accommodate ourselves to the culture, reversing the words of St. Paul; we grow old and stale, conforming to the world.

The history of the Faith is filled with astonishing reversals, so why can't the Consecration of Russia have a miraculous impact?

Pope Francis, in just a few words, tossed Catholic Just War Teaching into the doctrinal trash bin where it may be keeping company with Francis’ 2018 revision of the Catholic teaching on capital punishment. 

Archbishop Viganò's latest declaration contains language that seems to suggest that he is looking toward Eastern Orthodoxy.

The upcoming consecration of Russia and Ukraine to the Immaculate Heart of Mary raises many questions about Our Lady's request and past consecrations.

Weaponized Catechisms

Recent updates to Canon Law make it likely that we'll see new and updated catechisms being used to propagate errors in faith and morals—a kind of “viral vector” for doctrinal innovation.

The USCCB plan to foster more reverence for the Eucharist could be done a lot cheaper, and a lot more successfully, with just a few simple steps.

“Men without chests” are those who lack any sense of the sublime, the beautiful, the homely, or the slovenly, the ugly, and the perverse. What is a Church without a chest?

Many are urging the pope to consecrate Russia to the Immaculate Heart. Aside from whether this has already occurred or not, there is the problem that there is no set way to "consecrate" a country.

The Church is conducting "listening sessions" for the laity, when she should be demanding much for the great adventure of the Cross.

The treatment of Fr. Eduard Perrone by his bishop reveals a case of broken spiritual fatherhood.

Has the Bride of Christ become like an old widow, who, caught within her inertness and fixed habits, periodically looks out into the flock—and rails against it?

Those outside the Catholic Church simply scratch their heads in bemusement and dismay at the effect one word can have on a sacrament, yet they will be up in arms if someone gets a pronoun wrong.

The 1990's was a great time to be a Catholic, but there were hidden troubles that we still need to confront today.

The Church in Nigeria is in danger of falling to the same sad fate as North Africa, losing the faith due to it not being truly incarnated in the culture.

The strict Covid policies in many Catholic schools make physical safety an idol and could very well destroy the faith of our Catholic school children if we don’t remedy the situation.  

Uncle Sabnacke has some new advice for his demonic nephew Belphegor.

A revealing 1968 documentary on the American Catholic Church tells us exactly what we need to avoid if we want the Church today to thrive.

Can Anyone Choose Hell?

Is it really true, as Pope Francis said, that "No one can exclude themselves from the Church?"

Pachamama Did This

I believe that the Covid pandemic and the horrific response to it were directly caused by the veneration of Pachamama in the Vatican.

The only way to approve of or even condone any form of mock-marriage, homosexual or otherwise, is to deny that we have access to objective reality outside of our feelings about it.

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