After so much dialogue, tolerance, and compromise, the majority of faithful people now lack the capacity to defend themselves against oppressive systems.
All faithful Catholics, especially those who attend the Latin Mass, should pray bishops continue to bestow more pastoral wisdom than Pope Francis has.
The U.S. bishops’ vote won’t ‘deny’ anyone communion. It will seek, instead, to educate American Catholics about the meaning of the Holy Eucharist.
In-person worship is essential and necessary. If you can go to the grocery store, work, and school, you can certainly go to church. And you should.
Most bishops now less resemble the apostles and more the Pharisees and Sadducees, trading moral and spiritual authority for worldly prestige and wealth.
After a century of perhaps the worst Christian persecutions in the history of the church, how do we find ourselves in a situation where Catholic priests are now persecuting the faithful?
The physical contact created with God through worship is vital to following him and cannot be met through virtual means. For those who are not at high risk from COVID, it’s time.
Catholics do not seek out the Latin Mass to ‘save a church in crisis.’ They go in obedience to the injunction: ‘Seek first the kingdom of God.’
Elitism and anti-social behavior currently limit the appeal and efficacy of traditional Catholicism. The Traditional Latin Mass community has a bright future, but it needs to confront its failings so it can finally save a church in crisis.
Beauty is inspirational. Any adolescent male who has encountered an attractive young lady can attest to that. This is one reason worship has emphasized its expressions.
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