Another “Catholic” theology professor from Boston College also signed the letter, the feminist writer Lisa Sowle Cahill, past president of the Catholic Theological Society of America. This woman, in an October 16, 2008, article for the National Catholic Reporter, excoriated … Continue reading
While we have been on the road with the Catholic America Tour, a new opportunity has come our way. The talk in Washington D.C. is anounced on our CAT web site, with all the pertinent details. If you are in … Continue reading
A question often arises among inquiring Catholics whether or not canonizations and beatifications fall under the mantle of papal infallibility. Theologian Camillo Beccari (I would assume that he is a priest although there’s no indication in the signature) contributed an … Continue reading
From Challenge of Faith 1. The issue of salvation is faith in God — Incarnate. The Church must reach the Moslems with this message, even if it has to pay the price it paid to convert the Roman world.
[W]hen Brother Charles of Jesus saw Moussa, the amenokal of Hoggar, trying to islamise the Tuateg people with a Koranic school and the construction of a mosque to boot… it literally made him ill (English CRC n0 296, May 1997, … Continue reading
On 21 September 1912, Father de Foucauld wrote to Madam de Bondy: «Pray also for all the Moslems of our north-west African empire now so vast. The present hour is extremely grave for their souls as it is for France.
Here are some pictures we took at the Shrine of Bl. Francis Xavier Seelos and the German parish church, Saint Mary’s Assumption. Both the shrine and church are simply stunning. We went slightly out of our way on the CAT … Continue reading
I have erred. A couple of weeks ago, I bombed it. Yes, I — the Philosopher — made a colossal mistake. It seems I imprudently trusted a friend who sent me a quote alleged to be from the pen of … Continue reading
One could easily grow a bit weary of correcting the blunders about Father Feeney so commonly made by writers in Catholic publications. But I think Father would exhort us to patience and a charitable correction, rather than a boisterous and … Continue reading
The day before Ash Wednesday, in all English speaking countries except the United States, is called Shrove Tuesday. “To shrive” (active voice), or to “be shrove” (passive) in Old English meant not only to confess one’s sins and be absolved, … Continue reading
James Edwin Coyle was born March 23, 1873, in Drum, Athlone, County Roscommon, Ireland, and ordained in Rome on May 30, 1896. Having heard so many inspiring accounts of the challenges the Catholic Church faced in America, Father Coyle asked … Continue reading
The unnatural phenomenon we know as feminism has de-feminised the female. Some former feminists are reckoning with this stark reality. That there are important differences between the sexes — something children understand and are made to “unlearn” in state-sponsored propaganda … Continue reading
We have some pictures from the CAT trip. The most special thing we saw was in Saint Louis was not the Arch, but Calvary Cemetery, where the mortal remains of Father De Smet and Father Damen are interred. Brother Maximilian … Continue reading
I want to get these facts out a month early, so that come next month, the 17th of March to be precise, when some smart-aleck, Irish Catholic, college grad writes in your local paper that there were no snakes in … Continue reading
The Catholic America Tour is just beginning. We’re 1300 miles away from home, in Quincy, Illinois (parked in front of a Staples, to be precise). Nearby is the Mississippi River, the “great waters” in the Ojibwa language. It was named … Continue reading