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Does Anti-Fr. Altmann Bp. Callahan Disagree with the Sacred Heart of Jesus and Our Lady of Fatima?

Bishop William Callahan of La Crosse has launched an attacked on Catholic pro-life Fr. James Altmann saying " he will attempt fraternal correction before imposing canonical penalties or taking other formal steps in the matter, and acknowledged that the priest had inflicted a 'wound' upon the Church." [] Fr. Altmann in his YouTube viral video correctly said: “You can not be Catholic and be a Democrat. Period” because the Democrat party is for the " intrinsically evil” of killing unborn babies. It appears that Bishop Callahan may, also, disagrees with the Sacred Heart of Jesus and Our Lady of Fatima on telling people in " intrinsically evil” about the possibility of the infallible Catholic teaching on Hell. The La Crosse Tribune quotes Callahan apparently possibly saying that he "hope[s]... no one" speaks of "hell" to those

Are Francis & 1P5 Skojec Semi-Protestant Jansenists?

The heresies that apparently denied free will were Protestantism and Jansenist which was a Catholicized Protestantism or semi- Protestantism. Might the promoter of banning the Mass, because of the supposed Black Plague coronavirus, One Peter Five publisher Steve Skojec be infected with the heresy of Jansenism? This heresy like Protestantism, Jansenism and the Modernism of the Nouvelle theologie school, that dominated the proceedings of Vatican II, claimed to be returning to the "early Church" practices. Jansenism emphasized pessimism due to original sin and predestination as did Calvinism and Lutheranism with the denial of free will. One of the main tenets of Jansenism was that Holy Communion shouldn't be received frequently. In the early twentieth century, Pope Pius X, the hammer of Modernist heretics, condemned this tenet and endorsed frequent Communion. It appears that Skojec agrees with the Jansenist heretics and opposes Saint Pius X's endorsement

"Like Calculus, like Chemistry, the Sudy of Latin Trains us to Think More Clearly and Logically"

All Traditional Latin Mass goers love Latin and can learn much on the language from Latinist J eff Minick's following article: Is there any reason to study Latin today? After all, why spend all that time and energy learning declensions and conjugations and memorizing vocabulary when no one speaks Latin anymore? Cui bono? (To whose good?) Let’s take a look. Inflection Latin is an inflected language, meaning the grammatical function of words in a sentence depends on the endings of those words . Many beginners try to translate a Latin sentence following the rules of English word order, which simply doesn’t work. Here’s an example.  “The sailor loves land” is the only way we can render that sentence in English with any coherent meaning. But in Latin, because grammar and meaning depend on word endings, inflection is king. A common equivalent Latin sentence for “The sailor loves land” is “Nauta terram amat,” with the “-a” on “nauta” indicating a subject, the “-am” indicatin

Is Pornographic New Creation "Catholic" Sex Education why Catholic Students are no Different than Public School Students?

"A parent came to me saying that one book of a seventh-grade class was pornographic in a X county Catholic school. The book had stuff on how to put on condoms, and if you urinate on a partner make sure you don't do it on the eyes or ears," Father X said... ... "The only place the Catholic public school students are going to get the sexual moral teachings of the Church on a continuous basis is at the pulpit," according to Father X. He remembers former X Diocese Bishop X saying, "For the vast majority of Catholics, the only religious talk they will hear is the homily and the only literature they are going to read is the bulletin. So, what does that tell you about their importance?" Before Vatican II, it was the practice in the United States for bishops to have syllabi or schedules for the year's parish homilies where the specific moral and faith teachings were to be systematically presented. Father X said that many priests have made a cas

Media Research Center Study: "Broadcasters Air 150 Times More Negative News on Trump Than Biden"

A NewsBusters study has found that evening newscasts are basically leftist Democrat propaganda by a "corrupt media": Evening news has aired a plethora of negative stories against President Donald Trump while virtually ignoring presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden , a study found. NewsBusters, a project of watchdog Media Research Center, analyzed  ABC, CBS, and NBC evening newscasts from June 1 through July 31. Analysts found that the shows spent 512 minutes of airtime on Trump, nine times more than the 58 minutes they allotted to Biden. But that extra airtime was almost entirely negative toward Trump. Analysts at the center found 634 of 668 evaluative statements about the president were negative, compared to 4 of 12 for Biden. “It shows a news media that is tired of being an umpire, they want to be a player,” Rich Noyes, research director at the center, told The Epoch Times. “They’d rather be the opposition to Donald Trump than let Joe Biden do the

Is Bible-alone Protestantism Biblical Christianity?

I got an email titled "Roman Catholicism is NOT Biblical Christianity." My question is: Is Bible-alone Protestantism Biblical Christianity? The answer is no. Bible-alone Protestantism isn't found in the Bible: Where Is That Taught in the Bible? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- So then, brethren, stand firm and hold to the traditions which you were taught by us, either by word of mouth or by letter. 2 Thessalonians 2:15 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- According to most Evangelicals, a Christian needs only to believe those teachings found in Scripture (a.k.a. the Bible). For these Christians, there is no need for Apostolic Tradition or an authoritative teaching Church. For them the Bible is sufficient for learning about the faith and living a Christian life. In order to be consistent, they claim that this "By Scripture Alone" (sola Scriptura) teaching is found in

Are Wireless Technology Safety Standards Sub-standard?

 The Epoch Times reports that wireless technology safety standards may be sub-standard because of "the close ties between regulator and industry":   Lawsuit Challenges FCC Wireless Safety Standards Groups claim robust science ignored due to close ties between regulator and industry   Wireless technology has become an essential part of our world. But what if this modern necessity is also harming our health? That’s the claim in a suit filed against the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The case was submitted in February, but two nonprofits—Children’s Health Defense (CHD) and Environmental Health Trust (EHT)—jointly filed their opening brief on July 29 in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. The case challenges the FCC to reconsider its wireless health and safety guidelines that have been in place since 1996. When the rules were first written, cellular phones were simple, brick-sized units, and relatively rare. Today, they’ve morphed int

Anti-Fr. Altmann Bp. Callahan Failed to Offer a "Fraternal Correction" to his long-time Colleague, Disgraced Weakland who Covered-up Sex Abuse

"WHY DIDN’T FR. ALTMAN’S BISHOP CALLAHAN EVER 'FRATERNALLY CORRECT' HIS LONG-TIME COLLEAGUE, THE NOTORIOUS REMBERT WEAKLAND?" - Canon 212 La Crosse diocese Fr. James Altmann in his YouTube viral video rightly said: “You can not be Catholic and be a Democrat. Period.” LifeSiteNews, on February 18, 2009, reported that Catholic Pope Benedict  XVI "rebuked" Democrat  Nancy Pelosi for being pro-abortion: "[L] eft-leaning Papal watcher... correspondent John Allen, who writes for the [pro-abortion] National Catholic Reporter, noted that 'routine Vatican declarations after diplomatic meetings also generally sum up the range of issues discussed rather than concentrating on a particular point. In that sense, the statement can only be read as a rejection of Pelosi's statements last summer, and, in general, of her argument that it's acceptable for Catholics in public life to take a pro-choice position.'" (, "Pope

"One of the Spiritual Works of Mercy is to 'Admonish the Sinner'"

This was written by my friend Catholic pundit Richard Salbato who passed away a few years ago: One of the Spiritual Works of Mercy is to "Admonish the sinner." How can we admonish the sinner, if we do not first judge it to be a sin? We are not judging the person, but we are judging his actions to be sinful – not his motives, but his actions. Truth cannot be compromised—even if it makes enemies of our relatives. Some people will not accept the truth and will hate those who preach it. Truth demands judgment. If we see sin or error, we must call it for what it is. Be Nice If all is equal there can be no value distinctions, only different but equal assertions that have equal validity. Insisting that we all be nice to each other does this. This "niceness," of course, is a mask for obfuscating the truth. The word, "nice", in this context means a civility that demands "agreeable" demeanor even at the compromise of truth. It is better t

St. Paul & St. Thomas Aquinas on how we Knows People & God vs. Modernist's Subjective Self Prison

  "[T]he [Modernist] Blondelian schema holds that justification for the faith is to be found by turning inwards to the personal experience of the human subject. This turn to the subject is characteristic of modern philosophy, from Descartes right up to the Idealism of Kant and Hegel and beyond, and presented a major challenge to the traditional Catholic apologetics... If it were the case that inner experience justified the faith, if each person was to find the proof of God’s existence within their own life, then what would be the basis for the teaching authority of the Church?" - Liberal AnthonyCarroll  [ ] Heretical Modernism says we know people and God only by purely subjective inner experience (not objective reality or creation). For them anything outside subjective inner experience is ultimately unknowable. In other words, man is in a subjective self prison where he is isolated with himself in himself.  St. P

Sacred Heart: Prayer for those in their Last Agony

 O Most Merciful Jesus * Lover of Souls * I pray Thee * by thy agony of thy most Sacred Heart * and by the sorrow of Thy Immaculate Mother * cleanse in Thy blood * the sinners of the whole world * who are now in their agony * and are to die this day. * Amen. * (Holy Hour of Reparation, Copyright 1945, Page 25)   Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Mass and the Church as well as for the Triumph of the Kingdom of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.    

COVID: "The Murder Trial of Andrew Cuomo"

Attorney and World Net Daily (WND) contributor Scott Lively presents the evidence for the "charge of murder" against New York Governor Andrew Cuomo: In the matter of The People v. Andrew Cuomo, on the charge of murder, I am attorney Scott Lively, representing The People. You have been empaneled as the jury in this matter, and it will be your job to determine the guilt or innocence of the defendant in this case, Mr. Andrew Cuomo, governor of the state of New York, on the charge of murder in the deaths of thousands of elderly Americans who lost their lives in nursing homes as a consequence of infection with COVID-19 disease caused by exposure to infected individuals intentionally discharged from hospitals and placed in these homes. These initial facts are uncontested, and news reports have informed the entire world of the great human tragedy suffered by these victims and their families. But the question before

St. Pope Pius X: "The Most Blessed Virgin is the Mother at Once of God and Men... 'She is the Neck of Our Head, by which He Communicates... All Spiritual Gifts'"

Saint Pope Pius X showed that the Incarnation of Jesus Christ is continued in the the Mystical Body of Christ, the Church, as St. Paul teaches: "[God] made Him Head over the over all the Church, which is His body" (Eph. 1:22,23). So it follows according to St. Pius X that the Mother of God who "furnished the material of His flesh to the Only Son of God, Who was to be born with human members" who are "His body" will "transfuse His gifts into us, His members, and above all that of knowing Him and living through Him (I John iv., 9)": If then the most Blessed Virgin is the Mother at once of God and men, who can doubt that she will work with all diligence to procure that Christ, Head of the Body of the Church ( Coloss . i., 18), may transfuse His gifts into us, His members, and above all that of knowing Him and living through Him (I John iv., 9)? Moreover it was not only the prerogative of the Most Holy Mother to have furnished the material of

Dan Bongino: "The Evidence is Piling Up that the Lockdowns were a Huge Mistake"

Dan Bongino 's conservative secular newsletter had this link today: " The evidence is piling up that the lockdowns were a huge mistake ." Here is the New York Post article: It’s now looking like the lockdowns may have been a huge mistake  Were lockdowns a mistake? To that nagging question, the answer increasingly seems to be yes.  Certainly, they were a novelty. As novelist Lionel Shriver writes, “We’ve never before responded to a contagion by closing down whole countries.” As I’ve noted, the 1957-58 Asian flu killed between 70,000 and 116,000 Americans, between 0.04 percent and 0.07 percent of the nation’s population. The 1968-70 Hong Kong flu killed about 100,000, 0.05 percent of the population. Were lockdowns a mistake? To that nagging question, the answer increasingly seems to be yes. Certainly, they were a novelty. As novelist Lionel Shriver writes, “We’ve never before responded to a contagion by closing down whole countries.” As I’ve noted, the 1957-58 Asian