By Randall Smith, The Catholic Thing - It’s not that I don’t admire attempts to do Mass online, nor am I ungrateful for the chance to participate, even if only “virtually.” Still, it is a far cry from actually attending Mass… Others proclaim they are constantly “yearning” for Mass. The danger for me is that I get spiritually numb. It’s easy to get busy with work and just skip it without a thought. There’s something good about having to get up and walk over to the chapel. You must commit to something, physically.
By Joseph Pearce, EWTN News - It is true that the uninspiring and lackadaisical leadership of the woefully lackluster Church of England is indicative of the “triumph of secularism” within the Anglican Church, which has long since abandoned the Holy Spirit for the Spirit of the Age. What Mr. Heffer calls “secularism,” as it pertains to the Anglican Church, is more properly called theological modernism, which has been condemned as a heresy by the Catholic Church.
By LifeSiteNews - In a stunning new interview, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, the former papal nuncio in Washington, D.C. and the prelate who accused Pope Francis of covering up the crimes of Theodore McCarrick, has now publicly stated that he does not believe that the Vatican up to today has published the full Third Secret of Fatima. This report has already found interest in Italy, by outlets such as Corrispondenza Romana and Stilum Curiae.
Speaking to Dies Irae, a Portuguese website, Archbishop Viganò says, “The third part of the message that Our Lady entrusted to the shepherds of Fatima, so that they could deliver it to the Holy Father, remains a secret today.”
By Christine Niles, M.St. (Oxon.), J.D., Church Militant - February 18, 2000. A single shot rings out, shattering the nighttime silence of Topeka, Kansas… A young man lies dead. Next to his body, a suicide note — the last known thought of 26-year-old Michael Gonzalez — before he pulled the trigger… In the note: the reason for ending his life, tracing back more than 10 years… Jassy Jacas: "It's a bigger betrayal that the SSPX has chosen to handle these cases like this.".. It turns out Michael's life and story is just one among many stories of vulnerable kids , preyed upon — and covered up — by an organization bent on hiding the truth.