This week, we’ll continue with Father Alexander Wiseman, looking at the remote background of the Crisis in more detail, exploring the philosophies of Immanuel Kant, and René Descartes, as well as their errors. Father will discuss how these ideas from some centuries ago have not only influenced the church, but have laid the groundwork for nearly all of our thinking today.
We’ll start in the 1300’s with Nominalism, and then move on to the errors of Martin Luther, how those two topics are connected, and what the response of the Church was at that time.
In Episode 1, we’ll look at specific ways, and distinct symptoms of this crisis that is the greatest challenge the Catholic Church has ever faced.
In this podcast episode, Fr. Patrick Rutledge, Prior of Assumption in St. Marys, Kansas addresses questions submitted by supporters of the Immaculata Church Project.
In this episode, Father tackles several related questions regarding the recent events surrounding Covid-19.
In this interview, we speak with Fr. John McFarland, who is the Vocations Director for the US District of the Society of Saint Pius X. He discusses the types of vocations, who should think about entering the seminary, what kind of person it takes and much more!
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In this episode, Father discusses the special duties and responsibilities of the SSPX Brothers. Next, he’ll discuss the cautious nature the Catholic Church has towards the practice of Yoga, and why “just doing the exercises” doesn’t really count. Finally, a questioner asked whether it’s ok for a child to be baptized who is born to divorced & remarried parents – it’s not the child’s fault, is it?
In the last 90 days, you’ve seen an explosion in how many episodes we’ve been posting. We’re starting to pull back. Here’s a review of what we’ve done, and what to expect in the next few weeks!