Sunday, December 27, 2015

All you needed to know about Stephen Colbert

The homoheresy prevails...

This is not a shocker...

Ok so plain as day he says he doesn't believe in the Bride of Christ.
(ie: he is at least schismatic at this point, but he is part of the homoheresy)

I'm going to assume that the Jesuit (at least Fr. Martin's) plan of singing a new church into being is not going as planned.  But hey maybe a few more interviews with Cardinal Dolan and Fr. "Luther is a saint after all" and maybe, just maybe the church will be healed of its pre VII selfishness... or maybe the liberals will all just leave and set up shop like the apostate Coren with cross dressing women.

Just a thought.  Read the whole article HERE


Thursday, December 24, 2015

Inside baseball on the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist in Milwaukee

James over at Cream City Catholic wrote a fantastic article proposing that Ad Orientem worship be brought back to the cathedral, its well worth the read HERE

 I only wanted to add that I have heard from a source within the archdiocese that there is currently a donor out there that has offered the Archbishop the funding necessary to restore the cathedral to its original, pre-Weakland, condition. Sadly, the archdiocese has not taken up the man on his offer.

I'm not saying that there are people out there that are content (shall we say in all charity) with the Weakland era continuing, but if it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck... its likely a Bears fan... or a duck (one of the two).

So Archbishop Listecki, 

Monday, December 21, 2015

Know thy magisterial teaching: Limbo of the Infants

So in an effort to promulgate Catholic teaching once again, I now wish to offer - for your consideration - the new series: Know thy magisterial teaching

Do you know a seminarian or just some everyday Catholic out there that has no idea where to go to find the teachings from an anti-nominalist? Well, here is another shot at this:

Limbo is dead... well to the normalists it is, but their theological opinions are weak kneed anyways.  Listen to the whole talk and say 3 Hail Marys for the priest too!

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Updated 12/23: Fr. Hardon on the new catechism and more

It seems like the Catechism of the Catholic Church (1994) is constantly touted as the norm for teaching the faith.  This goes unchallenged by just about everyone, but it is interesting that Fr. Hardon took issue with the text:

Update is part II

Something similar happened with the Youcat,  but not to the extent of a Father Hardon questioning the text.  The authors of this youth catechism even got Pope Benedict to endorse it... but as you will find listening to this talk there are some real issues

The solution is simple,Cardinal Burke reminded us recently of the Catechism of Pius X

"St. Pius X saw with clarity how religious ignorance not only leads individual lives, but also to the decay of society and a lack of balanced thinking in the most serious problems," said Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke, Prefect of the Apostolic Signatura at event surrounding the Catechism of St. Pius X 100 years after its publication, by the Kulturkreis of John Henry Newman on the 24th of May.  It was organized in Seregno.

Read the rest HERE

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Renovation Progress at St. Stan's in Milwaukee

As St. Stanislaus approaches its 150th anniversary, preparations are being made to restore the Church to the greatest extent possible.

I would like to thank Matt of Badger Catholic for blogging about the restoration as well as the many other fine blogs you can see to the side from the area that have also chronicled the restoration.  Another thank you to the Archdiocese of Milwaukee for their generous post on the renovation!

A few pictures of the new stained glass windows and other parts of the renovation, followed by an explanation of what they are

Stained Glass depicting the Holy Ghost above the Immaculate Conception

Center aisle of Church with fleur du lis for the Holy Trinity

St. Stanislaus Stained Glass

The Immaculate Conception

All photos are taken by and property of Patrick Wesley

Parishioners have been working hard to restore St. Stanislaus back to the glory that it was back when the Polish...
Posted by Archdiocese of Milwaukee on Monday, December 7, 2015

"O God, Who by the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin, prepared a worthy dwelling for Your Son, and Who, by Your Son’s...
Posted by St. Stanislaus Catholic Church (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) on Tuesday, December 8, 2015

The new stained glass windows have been installed in the sanctuary. More pictures to come.
Posted by St. Stanislaus Catholic Church (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) on Monday, December 7, 2015

Wednesday, December 2, 2015