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The Great Tradition of Christian Pilgrimage

Thus, pilgrimages were bittersweet events, where the thrill of adventure was mixed with the challenges that naturally entailed long journeys.

The Great Re-Set: Freedom of Religion and the Law

The Catholic Church has a long and honourable tradition of recognising freedom of religion and conscience for minorities provided they do not threaten the safety and security of the State.

Pentecost Sunday: Burning from Him and speaking about Him

Our task this year is to look into the first reading for Holy Mass on Sunday celebrated with the Roman Catholic Church’s venerable and always legitimate and appropriate and contemporary and fruitful and ever alluring and awesome Vetus Ordo. We […]

Bishop Strickland Demonstrates Humility with SSPX ‘Flip Flop’

At any rate, what is most impressive about Bishop Strickland’s public change of opinion about the Society is not merely that he recognized the obvious truth that the SSPX is not, in fact, schismatic.

Domestic Church Customs: Pentecost Octave

When it doubt, add fire.

The Ongoing Mission of OnePeterFive

And that's the shift in OnePeterFive since Timothy Flanders began as its chief editor.

To a Seminarian Midway: Is It Worthwhile to Start Over?

This is how most secular clergy spend half of their lives or more, while their consciences whisper: “This is wrong. Why am I taking part in it?”

The Pope and the Dog

Far from considering himself equal to animals, St. Francis exercised a special authority over them.

Should Trads Withdraw from the World?

My grandmother was a staunch traditional Catholic and was very involved in preserving the Latin Mass.