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Playing By The Rules Has A Point: To Win

As the manager of a 5-7 year old baseball team, I have spent the last six weeks teaching the rules of the game and the fundamental ways to play the game to a dozen children, most of whom have never

Posted in Faith, Family, The Point of The Blog

Catholic Relief Services: Heretics Using Money From Real Catholics To Undermine The Faith Must Not Be Given Any More Ever Again

This week we learn the sordid details of an employee of Catholic Relief Services who “married” his man friend.  Indeed, he hasn’t hid this from anyone, but has touted his buggery publicly.  Of course, once this ditty was revealed, Catholic

Posted in Faith, Family, Life, Parish Life, The Point of The Blog

The Shame on Pope Francis: Archbishop Cordileone and the Heretics

As most readers of this blog know, a disgusting spectacle has been playing out in San Francisco recently, with well-heeled heretics publicly attacking Archbishop Cordileone precisely because he is a real Catholic and has insisted, and rightly so, that Catholic

Posted in Faith, Family, Jesuits, Life, Parish Life, Pope Francis the Muddle-Headed?, Profaning the Eucharist or Trying To, The Point of The Blog, The Priesthood

Another Backward-Looking “Mistake”? The Extraordinary Story of the Extraordinary Form in Albany

Father Z had reported this earlier this week, that Bishop Edward Scharfenberger, appointed a year ago, celebrated a Mass in the Extraordinary Form last week in the Albany Cathedral. For those unfamiliar with the Albany Diocese, the diocese was presided

Posted in Faith, Family, Parish Life, Pope Francis the Muddle-Headed?, Profaning the Eucharist or Trying To, The Mass, The Point of The Blog, The Priesthood

Cardinal Dolan, Saint Patrick’s Day Parade and Charade, And Aiding Perversion

Here in New York, the big news for Saint Patrick’s Day was the parade in the city.  Being the first, oldest, longest-running annual parade in the world, the parade is still a big deal in the city, even as the importance of

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Pope Francis Sets Up A Straw Man: There Are No Closed Doors To Repentant Reverts and Converts

Pope Fancis made a righteous appeal on Saint Patrick’s Day that no one in the Church should close the door to someone who is responding to the call of the Holy Spirit to come back to the Church.  Those who

Posted in Faith, Family, Life, Parish Life, Pope Francis the Muddle-Headed?, Profaning the Eucharist or Trying To, The Mass, The Point of The Blog

Pope Francis Appoints Homosexual Pederast Voyeur As Bishop And Ignores Outrage And Demands To Rescind It From Faithful

How does it feel to be a Faithful Catholic in the Diocese of Osorno, Chile where in five days the new bishop will take over?  Normally a cause for celebration and well wishes, the appointment of this new bishop, “Father”

Posted in Faith, Family, Jesuits, Parish Life, Pope Francis the Muddle-Headed?, Profaning the Eucharist or Trying To, The Point of The Blog, The Priesthood

Latin American Collapse Of Catholicism: Pope Francis Diagnoses Clericalism and Bad Homilies As Culprits?

Pope Francis was interviewed by a Mexican news company and a summary of the interview was given on the Vatican Radio website.  Francis discussed several issues, but I wanted to take a look at his comments about the move of

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Italian Bishops “Strongly Protest” Mortally Sinful Confession But Not Warped Priestly Advice: The Francis Effect In Action

Does the Faith matter anymore?  Does the Church care anymore about the salvation of souls?  Does the Church believe what She has always taught anymore?  Apparently not in many cases, as exemplified here, among the laity and the priests, not

Posted in Adoration, Faith, Family, Jesuits, Life, Parish Life, Pope Francis the Muddle-Headed?, Profaning the Eucharist or Trying To, The Point of The Blog, The Priesthood

“Forward! Always Forward!”: Pope Francis’ Delusions of Grandeur

Pope Francis celebrated the first vernacular Mass by Paul VI a few days ago.  As a man beholden to the “spirit of ’68”, he told the world and Catholics that there is no going back.  With all the subtly of

Posted in Faith, Family, Jesuits, Life, Parish Life, Pope Francis the Muddle-Headed?, The Mass, The Point of The Blog
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