So then, brethren, stand firm and hold to the traditions which you were taught by us, either by word of mouth or by letter (2 Thess. 2:15). Guard what has been entrusted to you. Avoid the godless chatter and contradictions of what is falsely called knowledge, for by professing it some have missed the mark as regards faith (1 Tim. 6:21-22).

Friday, April 28, 2017

Tradition-minded Catholics can look forward to the day when... .

  1. ... the Faith is confidently taught without communicating ambiguity by priests, bishops and the pope...
  2. ... Catholics wake up to the dangers in our midst and act to defend Holy Mother Church by demonstrating an unwavering conviction to the Truth...
  3. ... dissent is crushed by the Truth spoken in love...
  4. ... respect for Tradition is a given among all Catholics...
  5. ... attention to beauty returns to all Roman Catholic liturgies...
  6. ... parishes become refuges of peace and the adoration of God...
  7. ... evangelization is done boldly and with conviction to the Truth that all people are called to a loving communion with Jesus Christ and His Church...
... because we have hope born of the grace of God.

Until that day arrives, Tradition-minded Catholics must strive for holiness and must work and pray for individuals and the Church.

We must always be ready to give reason for the hope that is within us (1 Peter 3:15)!

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Disorder of Malta. Defilement and Fleece.

It would seem that the Order of Malta and Development & Peace have something in common. Is it fair to say that both organizations have been corrupted by the world, the flesh and the devil?

It seems that far too many Catholic relief agencies—one is too many—have lost sight of the Church's primary mission: interceding for the salvation of souls.

A lack of a sense of sin results in senseless behaviour that undermines the mission of the Church.

Meanwhile, these so-called "aid" agencies are permitted to fleece the flock of Christ and infect people's lives with death. They are no different from the secular "aid" agencies that mislead donors and which spread the culture of death among the disadvantaged and those who are most vulnerable.

Pray that groups which call themselves Catholic may be(come again) exemplary in their witness to Jesus Christ.
Exclusive: Order of Malta projects distributed abortifacients, says leaked report 
The 2016 report also said Malteser International's official policy was 'inconsistent with Church teaching'

A 2015 internal report into Malteser International found that some projects were distributing contraceptives which could cause abortion.

The report, seen by the Catholic Herald, was written by three leading bioethicists: Dr Peter Weir, Professor Luke Gormally and Professor John Haas. It was sent to hundreds of Order of Malta members around the world.

The Order of Malta, of which Malteser International (MI) is part, commissioned the report in 2015, after concerns were raised about possible distribution of contraceptives by MI projects.

The report’s authors stated: “We have been informed that MI supplies Levonorgestrel to rape victims on request and intramuscular (IM) Depo-Provera for birth spacing where NFP [natural family planning, which the Church approves] is deemed inappropriate.”

Both substances, the authors noted, “could have an abortifacient as well as a contraceptive mode of action”. MI’s stated policy was not to distribute potential abortifacients.

April 2017 Round Up. Recommended articles and events from the QNE list.

  1. Mexican nuns of new order open first U.S. convent in Denver
  2. For El Cajon's Chaldeans, an Easter blessing: freedom to worship without fear
  3. Christians most persecuted group in the world as vicious attacks grow
  4. Father Raymond J. de Souza: Egypt’s Coptic Orthodox are proud to be slain by ISIL for their Christianity. That is awesome.
  5. NPR Spreads Old Lie That Planned Parenthood Offers Mammograms
  6. The sophistry of the pro-abortion industry.
  7. Priest mourns deacon son killed in Egypt terrorist attacks.
  8. How Faith in Redemptive Suffering Can Keep Us Sane
  9. Sever ‘canon law’ from ‘pastoral practice’ and lots of things make sense.
  10. "Sacred art is always traditional": An interview with Daniel Mitsui.
  11. A bishop urges priests to encourage reception of Holy Communion on the tongue, kneeling.
  12. Duomo: a poignant reminder from Ignatius His Conclave.
  13. How to Make A Palm Cross
  14. Why Do Catholics Make The Sign Of The Cross Before Praying?
  15. Why Do Catholics Bless Themselves With Holy Water?
  16. The Cleansing of the Temple and the Sacrifice of the Mass
  17. Hermits of Our Lady of Mount Carmel
  18. Beauty as an essential element of the sacred liturgy.
  19. New Oratory in Cincinnati
  20. Re-turning to the Lord: A Call for Ad Orientem Worship
  21. Return to Form: a call for the restoration of the Roman Rite
  22. Rome Conference of Laity to Call for Clarity on ‘Amoris Laetitia’

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

The wayward practices of Development and Peace.

Development and Peace (D&P), it as been reported on more than one occasion (and noted here), supports un-Catholic activity, activity which is gravely immoral and which constitutes a betrayal of Catholics who gave their money to an organization they thought conformed to Catholic teaching.
“We can’t have Catholic money going to organizations that don’t have respect for human life from the very time of conception onward,” said Jim Hughes, president of Campaign Life Coalition, Canada’s national pro-life, pro-family political lobby group.

“It’s time for the bishops to shake this whole thing up and put into positions of authority people who are going to be careful about whom they hire and which organizations they give money to,” Hughes told LifeSiteNews.
Until such a time that D&P can be trusted to carry out its mission in complete conformity to Catholic teaching, Catholics must stop giving support of any kind to D&P.
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