Tag Archives: Catholic Ents

By their fruits?

When the spirit of a council dictates, almost from day one, how the documents of a council are to be read and applied, then that spirit is the true fruit of the council, regardless what the documents may say. Luckily, … Continue reading

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I’ve got your continuity right here, baby…

I had posted some of the following earlier in a different venue, but upon reviewing it, and adding some other quotations, I felt my mind literally reeling at how far (down) the Catholic discourse has come in only one and … Continue reading

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Guess who?

Say what you will about the SSPX–and in light recent comments, let me note that I reject any idea that the Novus Ordo Missae is “evil” or “invalid”–you’ve got to respect the honesty of the following passage: “[T]here is a distinction … Continue reading

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“These go to eleven.”

“It’s such a fine line between stupid and… and clever.” — David St. Hubbins and… Derek Smalls “‘This tasteless cover is a good indication of the lack of musical invention within. The musical growth rate of this band cannot even … Continue reading

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March 13: A day to celebrate!

“God has given the world a holy Church in whose safe harbor the lovers of truth seek refuge, as well as all those who desire to be saved and to escape the dreadful wrath of God.” –– St. Theophilus of … Continue reading

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FYI…

Except for a few “wrap-up” pieces which I’ve been working on for a while, I shall no longer devote any attention as a blogger to the current papacy. Instead, I shall be taking FCA back into three main areas of … Continue reading

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Haul up the violet banner…

A reminder from Fr. Blake: For our forefathers Lent meant getting rid of a great deal of the preserved food that had been put aside for the winter and was likely to go to waste as the weather suddenly warmed; … Continue reading

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