Irish Language Mass

Presbyter Brendan Fitzgerald said the Gaelic Mass at St. Barnabas in the Bronx On Saturday September 12, 2020, the Ancient Order of Hibernians and other Irish communities and organizations hosted their annual Irish language Mass at St. Barnabas Church in the Bronx.  The “Mass” was celebrated by presbyter Brendan Fitzgerald and streamed across the country … Continue reading Irish Language Mass

Red Mexico: The Planned Marxist Destruction of Roman Catholicism in Mexico

Bishop F.C. Kelley Introduction “Red Mexico” usually refers to the time period covering the presidencies of Alvaro Obregón Salido (1920-24) and Plutaro Elías Calles (1924-28) and the dark years of Mexico after the promulgation of the 1917 constitution where the Catholic Church was ruthlessly persecuted.  The two regimes came after the Mexican Revolution (1910-20), while … Continue reading Red Mexico: The Planned Marxist Destruction of Roman Catholicism in Mexico

On the Feast of St Peter’s Chair at Antioch

The feast of St. Peter’s Chair at Antioch (Feb. 22) should not only be a reminder of the primacy of the papal office, but also demonstrates that the Church, which that august office resides, is above, beyond, and superior to any earthly organization, entity, State, legislative body, sovereign, or individual. It is the Church that … Continue reading On the Feast of St Peter’s Chair at Antioch

Saint Ambrose and False Religions

        St. Ambrose                                                              Valentinian The feast day of St. Ambrose should be a reminder of what the Church and its saints had always held about false doctrines and the relationship between the Church and secular authority prior to the Second Vatican anti-Council, 1962-65. False beliefs, no matter where they emanated from, were to be condemned … Continue reading Saint Ambrose and False Religions

The Amazon Synod and Paul VI’s New Mass

  Bergoglio at the Amazon Synod   Paul VI/Montini Celebrating the Novus Ordo Worship Service While neocons and semi-traditional Catholics are outraged at the goings on at the Amazon Synod most of them have forgotten, or are ignorant of the fact that Bergoglio’s pagan confab is taking place fifty years after one of, if not … Continue reading The Amazon Synod and Paul VI’s New Mass

Patrick Buchanan and the July 4th Celebrations

In a gushing recent op-ed, columnist and author Patrick Buchanan praised President Trump’s July 4th celebration:   As master of ceremonies and keynote speaker at his ‘Salute to America’ Independence Day event, Trump was a manifest success.* Buchanan took to task those on the left who denigrated the event as an ego trip for the … Continue reading Patrick Buchanan and the July 4th Celebrations

A Catholic View of the D-Day Commemorations

Last week Western leaders convened to commemorate the 75th anniversary of “D-Day,” the Allied invasion of the Normandy coastline which began the bloody and destructive struggle to “liberate” Europe from Nazi domination. Not only were there solemn speeches given in honor of the men who were slaughtered at Normandy and across the battlefields of Europe, … Continue reading A Catholic View of the D-Day Commemorations

On the Feast Day of St. Pius V

Before Cinco de Mayo superseded it, at least in Mexico and now in much of the US, May 5 was remembered and celebrated by Catholics as the feast day of the great Pope St. Pius V, Michael Ghislieri. The neglect of St. Pius V’s feast day not only provides a grim reminder of how once … Continue reading On the Feast Day of St. Pius V

Holy Week and the Decline of the West

At one time, Holy Week -- Palm Sunday through Easter Sunday -- was recognized and commemorated by the Western world as a solemn period when earthly matters were put aside, and focus was directed to history's most seminal event. Most businesses were closed or had reduced hours, especially during the Sacred Triduum of Maundy Thursday, … Continue reading Holy Week and the Decline of the West

St. Isidore: Defender of the Faith

The heavenly grace which once flowed onto Spain when it became known as The Catholic Kingdom was due, no doubt, to the efforts of its many saints. One of the most important and instrumental in the Spanish Reconquista was Isidore of Cartagena (d. 636) Isidore was one of the leading thinkers of the glorious Middle Ages … Continue reading St. Isidore: Defender of the Faith