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The Resignation of cardinal Sarah

Robert Sarah is a name virtually everyone who describes themselves as a traditionalist catholic knows. In a world where almost every headline relating to the church hierarchy is either about corruption or clergy sanctioning some sin under the banner of inclusivity, any article about something Sarah said was comforting. It’s exceedingly challenging to appreciate and

Why the Sacred Priesthood Needs a Sacred Language

The word sacred means “set apart” from the Latin sacer. The Latin word for priest, sacerdos, is also derived from sacer such that the word “priest” could be defined as “one set apart”. In the Old Testament, Israel was a holy nation, a nation that was set apart from other nations (Exodus 19:9). Within the

Refuting Fallacies in the Coronavirus Debacle

To be against masks, anti-infection measures, and ultimately the vaccine lends several Neoconservative-inclined people ammunition to begin a new round of strawman and ad hominem attacks. Accusations of being anti-vaxxers, being spoiled Christians who can’t be like Middle-Easterners trying to survive for Mass, being opponents of rational science, such has been the drive of ever

Charity Criticism and the Catechism

If you have ever engaged in an online debate forum, whether it be catholic or otherwise, you have undoubtedly heard someone bring up charity concerning how we must conduct ourselves towards others. Some argue that charity is often a crutch people will use to escape the substance of controversial issues in debates. In contrast, some

Short Reflection on the feast of Christ the King

Always remember that Jesus is alive, and He sees everything. “And he hath on his garment, and on histhigh written: KING OF KINGS, AND LORD OF LORDS” (Rev. 19:16). If we are so fortunate as to die in astate of grace, how wonderful will that day be when Jesus comes in glory to be the


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