The Benedict-Resigned

  consensus is having their worst month ever! Trying to keep peasants on the trad-servative reservation with we-hate-him-too,-but-this-Christ-hating-commie-scum-bag-is-the Pope  just isn’t cutting it.  Attention money-focused trad-right: the growth curve on your follower/donation/subscriber count is inflecting to the negative! Hence we can expect misdirected anger from the Jorge-vacantists out there. Looks like Veri Catholici has seen … More The Benedict-Resigned

What In Common

Have Henry Cardinal Manning, Popes Gregory XVI, Pius IX, Leo XIII, and Pius X? Each was an ardent devotee of St. Philomena. “To Philomena, nothing is refused.” Update: Days 1-9 of this novena are listed on the sidebar at the right of this page. Free PDF download available at bottom of that page!   O … More What In Common

Child of Promise

“I often hear the Blessed Virgin telling the women who were her close intimates (for instance, Joanna Chusa and Susanna of Jerusalem) various secrets about herself and about our Lord, which she knows partly from inner knowledge and partly from what her holy mother Anna told her. Thus today I heard her tell Susanna and … More Child of Promise


What if a holy priest or bishop were to offer you, being Catholic, an opportunity for a plenary indulgence, but with the caveat that it must be carried out immediately? Would you do it? Presuming it posed no impediment to your fulfilling your duties of state in life, you might say, yes.  Now what if … More Thaumaturge


Americans are on the borderline between what was once thought to be a free country and hard totalitarianism. In Thousand Hoax, I mean Thousand Oaks, CA, there was a bar. A shooter, mass casualties, and a veteran cop is now gone. No bodies, no victims, no crime. How truly odd it is that in a … More Borderline

Anti-Pope’s Anti-Saint

Supremely fitting is the Berg Bag’s recent anti-papal maneuver, commanding that Roman Catholics accept that Paul VI enjoys the beatific vision. In fact, the papacy of the wretched Montini, perhaps along with the rest of his life, manifested a panoply of moral failings and very thinly disguised vices. The deeds of the Phony Council’s closer … More Anti-Pope’s Anti-Saint

(Spanish) Civil War Over the Church

Spain in the early twentieth century discovered itself the crossroads of conflict between internationalists and ethno-nationalists (who exchanged the Faith of their Fathers for the pottage of blood-and-soil paganism). From these circumstances arose the savage Civil War in which the Church’s priests, nuns, holy places and innocent faithful were made tackling dummies for the WWII … More (Spanish) Civil War Over the Church