Sunday, October 17, 2010

"Spirit of Vatican II" Vs. Vatican II

Anglican Bishop to convert to Catholicism

According to, a bishop of the Church of England has announced his plan to resign before the end of this year, and join an Anglican ordinariate in the Catholic Church.

Bishop John Broadhurst of Fulham is the first leading Anglican prelate to announce that he plans to accept the invitation offered by Pope Benedict XVI in Anglicanorum Coetibus.

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Saturday, October 16, 2010

Archbishop Burke lays it on the line

It's being reported by (emphasis mine) that while speaking at the Human Life International World Prayer Congress Saturday, Archbishop Raymond Burke received sustained applause when he noted that Catholic politicians who support abortion are required to repent publicly.

Speaking to pro-life leaders from 45 nations, the Prefect of the Apostolic Signatura (the highest Vatican court) also noted that those who recognize the scandal caused by such public, dissident Catholics assist the Church in repairing a serious breach, but are nevertheless often ridiculed for it.

Achibishop Burke stressed that “both bishops and the faithful” must be obedient to the Magisterium – which he described as the teaching of Christ as handed down through the successor of Peter and the bishops in union with him. “When the shepherds of the flock are obedient to the Magisterium, entrusted to their exercise, then surely the members of the flock grow in obedience and proceed with Christ along the way of salvation,” he said. “If the shepherd is not obedient the flock easily gives way to confusion and error.”


Sunday, October 10, 2010

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Saturday, October 09, 2010

The Social Justice Scam

Keep this in mind when you hear that "Social Justice" garbage...

Wednesday, October 06, 2010

Bravo Bishop Nienstedt!
Gay activists denied communion

During a St. John's Abbey mass, students and others wearing protest buttons and sashes received Archbishop John Nienstedt's hand of blessing rather than the Eucharist.

It's being reported by The Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN) that about 25 college students and community members at St. John's Abbey in Collegeville, Minn., were denied communion by Twin Cities Roman Catholic Archbishop John C. Nienstedt because they were displaying rainbow buttons and sashes in protest of the church's stand on gay relationships.

It came amid news that the state's bishops were mailing 400,000 DVDs to Minnesota Catholics, spelling out church teachings on gay marriage and urging them to support candidates who endorse putting the issue to a vote.