Category Archives: Heresies and Errors

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YouTube Video of Reconquest Episode 47: A Fifth Column in the Church. Guest: C.J. Doyle

Below is a freebie video of one of my shows, brought to you by the YouTube channel, Sensus Fidelium. The topic is a Fifth Column in the Church, and my guest is Joe Doyle, the Executive Director of the Catholic Action League of Massachusetts. There are numerous links to relevant resources for this show here at the Reconquest site. Share, Bookmark, Like: Facebook, Twitter, etc.


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Common Sense From a Lutheran Convert

The Motherlands, Denise Renner: We’ve been hearing a lot about Martin Luther lately. Earlier this year, Lutherans received communion at St. Peter’s Basilica. Then there was the chocolate Luther on display at the Vatican, part of a Lutheran pilgrimage leading up to the Reformation celebration in Lund, Sweden, which Pope Francis is attending. As a former Lutheran myself, this is all very unexpected. More here. Share, Bookmark, Like: … More →

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Luther: Slaughter of Peasantry, Sacrilegious Robbery, Revolution from Authority. New Book Tells Real Story

Pewsitter, Andrew Parrish: The commemoration of the fifth anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation this year, and Pope Francis’ impending ecumenical visit to Sweden, has reignited interest in the life and work of the ex-Augustinian monk Martin Luther (1483-1546). The details of Luther’s life are not widely publicized, but many embarrassing aspects of his character were recorded in detail by his contemporaries. In light of various members … More →

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Bishop Emeritus of Corpus Christi, TX, on Papal Opinion vs Infallibility

Renew America, Matt Abbot: I very recently asked Bishop Rene Henry Gracida, bishop emeritus of Corpus Christi, Texas, the following question: Would you say that this pontificate [of Pope Francis] has thus far been more heterodox and confusing than orthodox and edifying? Bishop Gracida’s answer: Yes! Read the rest here. Share, Bookmark, Like: Facebook, Twitter, etc.

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Canadian Archbishop Agrees to Accept Award From Notorious ‘FutureChurch’ Heretics

LifeSiteNews: A Canadian archbishop has agreed to accept an award from a dissident U.S. Catholic group tonight for his work in promoting female deacons within the Catholic Church during the 2015 Family Synod in Rome. More here. Share, Bookmark, Like: Facebook, Twitter, etc.

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Dalai Lama Doesn’t Get an Invite to Assisi Meeting Later in September

There must be some mistake. AsiaNews; The Dalai Lama “does not plan to visit Assisi for the ‘Thirst for peace’ meeting, nor has he received any invitation to the event,” Tenzin Taklha, personal secretary of the Buddhist leader, told AsiaNews. More here. Share, Bookmark, Like: Facebook, Twitter, etc.

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Teilhardian (Still Out There?) Evolution Jibberish From Preacher of Papal Household

During Vespers on the “World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation,” Father Raniero Cantalamessa, the aged Modernist who has been “Preacher of the Papal Household” for the past 36 years, uttered this gibberish during his so-called homily: Read the rest here. Share, Bookmark, Like: Facebook, Twitter, etc.

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Society is becoming more liberal. Do you think the Church needs to adapt and move with the times?

From an interview with Malta’s Archbishop Charles Scicluna: Society is becoming more liberal. Do you think the Church needs to adapt and move with the times? Absolutely. The Church always needs to adapt to circumstances. There is a core message, which is the gospel of Jesus Christ. The Church will be faithful to that core message if it adapts to circumstances and even adapts its … More →


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Mike Church on Foxe and Friends’ anti-Catholic History

Mandeville, LA (Mike Church) – I was researching a guest’s bio, Mary Eberstadt, when I came across a review of her book “It’s Dangerous to Believe” at the New American website, by Steve Byas. Byas’s review is fair and a good read but in breaking my own rule, (I read some of the comments) I was sickened and broken hearted to read the stultifying and wildly inaccurate … More →


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From Indifferentism to Apostasy

Indifferentism is the condemned heresy that advances the possibility of salvation in any religion. Apostasy (according to Father Hardon) is the “complete abandonment of the Christian religion and not merely a denial of some article of the creed.” There is a certain inexorable logic — or at least a psychologically coherent dynamism — that facilitates the journey from indifferentism to apostasy. It may take some … More →


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Jean-Paul Sartre: ‘Bathroom Bill’ Philosopher Extraordinaire

Anyone who has studied a smattering of modern philosophy in college has probably heard the misanthropic utterance of Jean-Paul Sartre (1905-1980) from No Exit, “Hell is other people” (L’enfer, c’est les autres). As with Friedrich Nietzsche’s “God is dead,” this pithy little impiety has been scrawled as graffiti on bathroom walls (where it arguably belongs), and blazoned on t-shirts, stickers, and now, on Internet “memes.” And just … More →


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Early Church Father’s Fight Against Gnosticism

Catholic Exchange, Brian Kranick: How common is it to hear someone say, “I’m spiritual, not religious.”  A very Gnostic-esque statement.  One need only to glance at your local bookstore’s religion shelves to see that Gnosticism, that ancient heresy and foe of Christianity, is alive and well in the modern world.  There you would find a smorgasbord of spirituality, with topics on “New Age,” transcendentalism, astrology, reincarnation, … More →

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The Problem of Pluralism and the Remedy of (True) Religion

Mike Church and Chris Ferrara discuss the contrast between Christendom and Western Modernity, and also the remedies to the problems of the latter. To cut to the chase, the real remedy is conversion to the Catholic Faith and the Christian social order that goes along with it. If you consider that this kind of programming should get to more people, please consider supporting the Veritas … More →


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Anti-Life

I don’t know about you, but old enough as I am to remember how the killing of more than 200,000 Japanese civilians in the nuclear obliteration of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, especially the technological feat of accomplishing it with a single bomb per targeted city, was positively celebrated by Americans (Just think! We killed all those Japs with one bomb!), and considering the indifference of most … More →


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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 Mr. Robert Siscoe, a new book on the subject under discussion, True or False Pope? In these interviews, we examine the subject of sedevacantism, the novel idea that the popes since Vatican II are not actually valid popes, … More →


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