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.
Jesus said that He came to create division – father against son and mother against daughter. Its our choice to be either with Jesus or against Him.
Cardinal Raymond Burke offered encouragement and hope to traditional Catholics in a recent homily, lamenting the “poison of worldly thinking” within the Church. During his August 7th homily at St. Mary’s Oratory run by the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest (IKCSP) in Wausau, Wisconsin, Burke spoke to faithful Catholics, warning of attacks both […]
Fr. Richard Heilman speaks-out regarding the recent ‘disciplinary action’ enacted by his bishop.
Fr. Richard Heilman discusses how weak bishops have helped to create a “woke” culture that emphasizes “tone” over “truth.”
Fr. Richard Heilman discusses the recent Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade. He then goes on to discuss the difference between the Good Shepherd and the hireling.
Fr. Edward Meeks offers a dire warning for our nation on the eve of the celebration of her independence. Will America be counted amongst the unrepentant regions mentioned by Christ in Luke’s Gospel? The time is short and the urgency is great.
In this Sunday Sermon from South St. Paul, Father vigorously defends traditional Catholics against the charge that they are “divisive”. Employing the theme of “Temples of the Holy Ghost,” he argues that traditional Latin Mass parishes are, in fact, healthy and thriving centers of faith and thus authentic temples of the Holy Ghost.
Fr. James Altman discusses the fact that without God, there is chaos. With God, there is order.
Fr. Edward Meeks comments on the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas and its relationship to the ever ongoing murder of millions of children via abortion.
Fr. Robert Altier comments on the Gospel reading about the good shepherd. He poses the question to all of us whether we are taking the time to seek out silence in order to listen to the voice of Jesus.
Fr. Thomas Dufner reflects on how far America has fallen in its morality and posses the question of which road we will choose – atheism or Christianity?