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Still too late to learn?
Read the admittedly stern words of an holy Father & Prophet to the Bishops of America only 75 years ago (tomorrow), and see if his prophetic warnings have not come to pass practically verbatim.
[ … ] 18. Not with the conquest of material space does one approach to God, (more…)
Interview with a [real] courageous Bishop
Read Bishop Athanasius Schneider’s balanced, steady, bold interview, given during a visit to England last month.
Liturgy, Family, the Great Crisis of the Church – “Thanks be to God the Internet exists”
His Eminence tells what happened to sacred music after the Council
A word to the wise is sufficient. (more…)
The Empire Strikes Back
It’s all over … the news, that is.
Those opposing Pope Benedict’s Summorum Pontificum, have taken a first, practical step to reverse the motu proprio.
And the sum of it is sheer hypocrisy at its Roman worst. One only wonders what took them so long. (more…)
“V” is for victory over the passions, especially of the emasculating sort
V4Victory Young Men’s Program (V4V) is a 30 day program-retreat offered July 16th to August 15th at (more…)
Universality, romanity and Giulio Andreotti: the passing of a bona fide Roman
It is with deep sadness that we mark the passing surely of one of the greatest Romans of our times. (more…)
How seriously does the Roman Curia need ‘cleansing’?
For those paying attention, it is reported in a few reliable places that the 300-page report prepared by three Cardinals to investigate the “Vatileaks” scandals has to do with the need (more…)
An history lesson about the Roman Papacy, and reform of the Roman Curia
With the express permission of The Lepanto Foundation, we post the following unabridged essay by the eminent historian, Prof. Roberto de Mattei, PhD.
Among the many questions the essay provokes is whether the Roman Curia has ever (more…)
A word of caution
The election of Pope Francis represents many firsts. (more…)
A chilling ‘chance meeting’ with a cardinal on a cold Roman street today.
It is difficult even for a pope to change the priorities of a previous papacy after the death of a pope. One expects it will be that much harder when the previous pope (more…)