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True or False Pope, the Complete Interview on YouTube

YouTube videos of Parts I and II of my Reconquest interview with Mr. John Salza are embedded below. John Salza is an attorney and Catholic apologist, who co-authored, with... More →

UPDATE: Mass Schedule for Pentecost Week and Following

Another priest will be arriving late tonight (Friday, May 20), and the schedule for the next several days will be as follows: Mass according to the normal schedule beginning... More →

Cardinal Robert Sarah Warns against ‘Demonic Idolatry’ in US

(Thomas D. Williams/Breibart) In a Washington prayer breakfast Tuesday, a high-ranking Vatican cardinal denounced same-sex marriage, transgender bathroom laws, and attacks on the family as “demonic.” In his forceful... More →

Equality Dogma Must Die

Or so says Selwyn Duke in his column, Drafting women: do we believe in equality or don’t we? Excerpt: I’ve also pointed out that our equality dogma is a... More →

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bell_Ad-Rem-feature Saint Robert Bellarmine

(You can learn more about this great saint on the Reconquest episode I recorded with Mr. Ryan Grant.) He was born on October 4, 1542, at Montepulciano, Tuscany, and died September 17, 1621 in Rome. Saint Robert’s parents were Vincenzo Bellarmine and Cinzia Cervini, a niece of Pope Marcellus II. His mother was conspicuous for her piety. Robert was... More →

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Two Blesseds in the Capitol?

When I read Sister Maria Philomena’s article on Junipero Serra, it reminded me of a piece I wrote a couple of years ago, which I am sure our website’s readers would appreciate.  It’s a bit of Catholic trivia that is related to our crusade for the conversion of America.  Four statues of Catholic religious... More →

 

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