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My Commentary on the Declaration of Truths (part 3)

[Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3] The Sacraments 30. In the most holy sacrament of the Eucharist, a wonderful change takes place, namely of the whole substance of bread into the body of Christ and the whole substance … Continue reading

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My Commentary on the Declaration of Truths (part 2)

[Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3] The Law of God 12. A justified person has the sufficient strength with God’s grace to carry out the objective demands of the Divine law, since all of the commandments of God … Continue reading

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My Commentary on the Declaration of Truths (part 1)

[Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3] The document below was issued by a small group of cardinals and bishops, who claim to be reaffirming the teaching of the Catholic Church. Article and link to full text is here. … Continue reading

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Pope Hints At Impending New Declaration of Dogma

LifeSiteNews has the story with their usual bias against the Pope. But the quotes from Pope Francis have an interesting wording: Francis: “You know that there are some criticisms: that the pope is not courageous, he is a reckless person … Continue reading

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Reply to the Declaration of the Hermits (UK)

A very small group of Hermits in the U.K. (www.trumpeteer.co.uk) have issued a “Declaration” (found here) against Pope Francis. They have been excommunicated (ferendae sententiae) by the local Bishop, and rightly so. They are schismatics and heretics. Here is my … Continue reading

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New Book: Reply to the Papal Accusers

I am working on finishing my latest book: Reply to the Papal Accusers Table of Contents Introduction Part I. The Teaching of the Church 1: The Church is Indefectible 2: The Pope is Indefectible 3: Perennial Church Teaching 4: The … Continue reading

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Archbishop Vigano’s Letter to Mothers in Italy

Conclusion: Archbishop Carlo M. Vigano should be brought before a judge, ordered to undergo psychiatric evaluation, and if he is found to be mentally competent (which is not at all certain), he should be excommunicated and laicized by the Church. … Continue reading

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A Condemnation of the Book Christus Vincit

The book in question is titled “Christus Vincit”, meaning “Christ Conquers” [1]. What kind of a book it is? It’s an interview book; Bishop Athanasius Schneider is interviewed by Diane Montagna. Be advised that I have nothing against Ms. Montagna, … Continue reading

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The Papal Accusers have Usurped the Gifts of the Pope and the Bishops

1. Dogma: The Church is indefectible. The Church can never go astray. She can never lead anyone astray. She can never become corrupt. She can never be controlled by, nor led by evil or the devil. She can never teach … Continue reading

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Should Catholics believe that Mormons are Saved?

Errors among Catholics Unfortunately, a large segment of the conservative Catholic subculture has gone astray from the Magisterium. They no longer accept Roman Catholic teaching on faith. Instead, they put themselves above every teaching, to judge whether it is true … Continue reading

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My Comments on the Steve Bannon Interview

Here’s the brief interview with LifeSiteNews: Exclusive Interview: Steve Bannon clarifies his position on Catholic moral teaching. Why are Catholic media outlets interested in what Steve Bannon has to say about Catholicism? Is it really because he is a baptized … Continue reading

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Can the Church Depose an Heretical Pope? No and No.

A Pope cannot be heretical, and so a Pope cannot be deposed. This article is a refutation of an article: Can the Church Depose an Heretical Pope? by Robert J. Siscoe [6] The article begins with two quotes. One quote … Continue reading

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