Catholic Perspective

“Do Not Burn What You Adored”

Does the Amazon Synod represent the “Amazonization” of the Church? Imagine the consequences for civilization and the world’s progress if Saint Remigius would have told Clovis, King of the Franks in 496: “There’s no need to burn the gods you … Continue reading

Time Is a Gift … How Are You Using It?

Certain poems can be easily registered in one’s memory. This is due as much to the profundity of the words as their rhythmic meter. Such is the case with the following passages of a poem by Fr. Joseph Stedman. Life is … Continue reading

The Theological Hypothesis of a Heretical Pope

“The Pope Manifestly a Heretic Ceases by Himself to Be Pope” In a previous article we did a quick examination of heresy in general, and how it is incompatible with ecclesiastical jurisdiction. We concluded that the abandonment of the Catholic … Continue reading

The Church at the Service of the Neo-Pagan Agenda

The working document (Instrumentum laboris) for the coming Extraordinary Assembly of the Synod of Bishops on the Amazon totally opens the gates of the Magisterium to Indian Theology and Eco-theology, two Latin American derivatives of liberation theology (LT). After the … Continue reading

Why Jesus Is the Just Avenger and Not a Muscle-Man

Modern Catholic iconography tends to either accurately portray or grossly distort the qualities of holy personages. Such is the case with these two representations of Our Divine Savior. The first image is of a modern stained-glassed window positioned above the … Continue reading

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