Curiouser and Curiouser (August 2014)
An earlier version of the first article we ever wrote on the subject of the Novus Ordo in 1979, and is historically important.
Focusing Anew on Siri Theories (April 2014)
We discuss the latest information promulgated by John Vennari and Fr. Nicholas Gruner of The Fatima Center.
Back to Basics (April 2013)
The first part of a series detailing some of the theological abberations of "Pope" Benedict XVI and his like-minded compatriots .
Sorting Myth from Reality(March 2013)
A short essay which address some truths of the Catholic Faith which are ignored or discounted in these modern times.
Old and New Reports from Far and Wide.(Sept. 2012)
A series in which we will discuss the changes in the Church occuring in Ireland, with its implications for the rest of the world.
More of the Same Part I
We begin a new series discussing the ideas behind the Novus Ordo "mass" and its new translation.
Ecumania Part I (Feb. 2011)
Ecumania Preview (Feb. 2007)
We address the recent attempt to re-play John Paul II's Assisi conference of 1986.
There were Catholic bishops participating in the World Parliament of Religions... in 1893. (At this point, unfortunately, this feature is only a stub.)
Whatever Happened to Easter II?
We continue to address the present
attack against the Church, and closely examine its roots.
Whatever Happened to Easter I?
We begin to address the present
attack against the Church, and look at its roots.
We look at how, despite a facade of freedom, we are being pressured to forget the lessons of the past... and the Faith.
Sense and Nonsense (Nov. 2009)
Two years after Summorum Pontificum, we return to examine the Vatican's attitude toward the "Old" Latin Mass: "It is okay, but outdated; now we must move on and use the new mass."
The Williamson Affair
SSPX Archbishop Richard Williamson recently got in trouble over certain remarks. Here is our take on the matter.
• Part I (Mar. 2009)
• Part II (Mar. 2009)
• Part III (Mar. 2009)
• Part IV (June 2009)
• Part V (Aug. 2009)
Campaign Capers (Oct. 2008)
Left adrift by Vatican II, our Catholic leaders and politicians have been abdicating their duty and chasing the latest popular fads.
The dominant, most energized form of Christianity in the United States is Protestant evangelical dispensationalism. Who exactly is behind it, and what is their agenda?
• The Dispensationalist Sensation (Jan. 2008)
• Biblical Controversy Erupts Anew! (June 2008)
The World in Our Time
A short prophetic article by the 19th-century Cardinal Pie.
An Anti-Papal Motu Proprio
In July 2007, with the Motu Proprio "Summorum Pontificum", the Vatican appeared to make the Traditional Latin Mass legal again. Or did it?
• The Motu Proprio in Perspective (Aug. 2007)
• Song on the Motu Proprio (Aug. 2007)
A Defense of the Siri Thesis
A must-read series of articles, we defend the Siri Thesis against an attack by Inside the Vatican magazine in late 2005 which purported to discredit it. In Part II, we detail who was behind the attack and why, and in Part III we lay out our own understanding and view of the 1958 Conclave.
• Preview (Feb. 2006)
• Part I (Feb. 2006)
• Part II (Mar. 2006)
• Part III (May 2006)
Malachi Martin Reveals More
A rogue Irish priest (now deceased) says some interesting things about the Conclave.
Cardinal Siri Asks God for Forgiveness
A very late discussion by Siri with an Italian reporter.
Eclipse of the Church at the 1958 Conclave
An introduction to the Siri Thesis.
Sedevacantism Takes On the Opposition
Catholics continue to defend the Vatican, despite its obvious corruption and heresy.
The Calumny against Pope Honorius I
Pope Honorius I has been commonly charged with having been an Arian. In this way, some defend the legitimacy of the modern Conciliar "popes" despite their own manifold heresies.
Others use this Calumny to support the tenents of Sedevacantism. However, this article shows that Honorius could not have been a heretic... and, therefore, this argument for defending
either view is incorrect.
The Secret of La Salette
An account of the apparition of Our Lady at La Salette, France, in 1846.