Chesterton – “The Napoleon of Notting Hill”: and Where Magic and Poems Come From in the Liturgy

I did not find The Napoleon of Notting Hill by Chesterton to be my favorite novel. There were several long winded and over done passages in my opinion, but that being said – the overall twist that the novel offers were some of the best ever written. I don’t want to give any of theContinue reading “Chesterton – “The Napoleon of Notting Hill”: and Where Magic and Poems Come From in the Liturgy”

Acceptation Pacifique Universelle : réponse aux objections — + Archidiacre +

Réfutation des objections faites contre la doctrine de l’Acceptation Pacifique Universelle d’un pape, qui prouve avec certitude sa légitimité. Acceptation Pacifique Universelle : réponse aux objections — + Archidiacre + This article (which the Edge Browser can translate into English) goes over the following claims against the universal and peaceful acceptance of a Pope. Summary ofContinue reading “Acceptation Pacifique Universelle : réponse aux objections — + Archidiacre +”

Against The Religious Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen on Vatican II on Other Religions

I have already answered most of the objections raised by the Religious Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen will raise in my Topic by Topic analysis of Vatican II. (Linked Here) In this post I will go part by part refuting this troubled congregations claims. CMRI Claim NOSTRA AETATE #1: “The opening paragraph of this declarationContinue reading “Against The Religious Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen on Vatican II on Other Religions”

On the fundamental importance of the Bible — Where Peter Is

The sixth and final chapter of Dei Verbum is about how the Bible is actually used and its fundamental importance in the Church. The chapter begins by saying that listening to the Bible at Mass stands on par with receiving… 15 more words On the fundamental importance of the Bible — Where Peter Is

Review of Moving Beyond Vatican II by Eric Sammons

Eric Sammons article Moving Beyond Vatican II (crisismagazine.com) major point is as follows. “So, how should Catholics approach Vatican II? First, to be clear, this is not a call to “reject” Vatican II or to declare it heretical. It’s a call to stop being handcuffed to that council, to move beyond it. Too often we’ve hadContinue reading “Review of Moving Beyond Vatican II by Eric Sammons”

A Reform of the Reform — Making Liturgy Great Again???? Trumpism in our Views for the Future

Let’s face it, most things have a substantial amount of strings attached. I just want to point that out. To claim that Vatican II needs a reforming council needs to be a balanced statement. Simply, saying we need to go back to the past and forget everything it did — sounds and is very muchContinue reading “A Reform of the Reform — Making Liturgy Great Again???? Trumpism in our Views for the Future”

The Errors of the Congregation of Mary Immaculate on Vatican II and Education (Gravissimum Educationis)

IN this article linked here The Decrees of Vatican II on Education Compared with Past Church Teachings – CMRI: Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen the CMRI again make several mistakes when they invalidly critique Vatican II and accuse it of heresy. CMRI Claim: Gravissimum Educationis #6 says “But it must always keep in mind theContinue reading “The Errors of the Congregation of Mary Immaculate on Vatican II and Education (Gravissimum Educationis)”

Institute of Catholic Culture Vatican II Content and Lectures

Vatican I and Vatican II: Papal Primacy and Episcopal Power (instituteofcatholicculture.org) by William Marshner, S.T.D. Dei Verbum: Keys to Understanding the Word of God (instituteofcatholicculture.org) by Rev. Hezekias Carnazzo The Reform of the Reform: A Liturgical Debate: Reform or Return? (instituteofcatholicculture.org) by Rev. Thomas Kocik Light of the World: The Church and Vatican II (instituteofcatholicculture.org)Continue reading “Institute of Catholic Culture Vatican II Content and Lectures”

Against the Religious Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen (CMRI) on Dei Verbum

And his mother said to the servants, Do whatever he tells you. John 2:5 Mary always tells her children to follow the words of Christ. Even when Jesus told Mary – what is that to me and you it is not my hour, she still says “Do whatever he tells you”. What is the voiceContinue reading “Against the Religious Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen (CMRI) on Dei Verbum”