By our baptism, we have been commissioned by Jesus Christ to the mission of saving souls. This mission cannot be accomplished without entering into conflict with the world, the flesh and the devil. It is immoral to remain silent in the face of evil.
Fr. James Mawdsley encourages bishops to publicly resist the errors of Pope Francis.
Fr. Jeffrey Kirby possess the key question that most Christians need to ask themselves today: am I willing to gladly accept the consequences of being a witness to my faith in a Godless society?
In today’s homily, Fr. James Altman announced he has been asked to resign his position by his bishop, Bishop Joseph Callahan. As we all know, Fr. Altman has been subject to diabolical persecution for simply doing his job as a shepherd to his flock. Unfortunately, yet not totally unexpected, the time has come for Father […]
Fr. Meeks reflects on 1 John chapter 3: “The reason why the world does not know us is it did not know Him.” The world refers to the world of sin estranged from God. The world cannot relate to people that live according to the will of God. We are citizens of another Kingdom – […]
Father Echert speaks of the growing pressure being leveled against him to stop “rocking the boat” from his pulpit. In response, Father speaks of the need to be smart in exposing the evil agenda of the children of darkness. Listen up, Fathers. Here’s how it’s done. Never back down, and also be wise as serpents […]
Fr. Altier takes a look back at the year 2020. The darkness is great, but do not fear! Stand-up for our faith and our nation.
Fr. Richard Heilman reflects upon the heroic first Christians who grew the faith in spite of persecution by courageously proclaiming the faith. Where are today’s courageously leaders in this time of crisis?
Fr. Altman discusses St. Paul’s persecution for speaking the truth and the courage shown by many saints throughout the ages. He then discusses how bad actors in the hierarchy are trying to suppress priests for preaching the truth.