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Questions with Fr. #28: Can I Go to Any Latin Mass I Want?

In this episode, we’re tackling 1 question that is very often posed to our priests, so we decided to make a full episode on this one question – simply, it’s “Father, can I go this Mass or that Mass?” Or put another way, “Are all Latin Masses the same?”

Crisis Series #25 w/ Fr. Robinson: Should Catholics Attend Novus Ordo Mass?

On this episode, we’re talking with Fr. Paul Robinson, the Prior of Saint Isidores in Denver, Colorado, about the practical matters that Catholics should know about the Novus Ordo Mass. Over the last two episodes, we’ve looked at the inherent problems in this new formulation of the New Mass. Today, we’ll see what that means for us as Catholics. Do these problems mean that the New Mass is invalid? Or should we even be attending the New Mass, if we have the choice?

Crisis Series #24 w/ Fr. Franks: The New Mass: Proclaiming a New Theology

We’ll continue our discussion of the Novus Ordo Mass today with Fr. Paul-Isaac Franks, professor of Theology at Saint Marys College. Last time, we looked at the New Mass’s Ecumenical intent. Today, we’ll see how the New Mass is a direct expression of the New Theology that was condemned by Pope Pius XII. But this problematic theology came back in full force during the second Vatican council, and when the New Mass was developed, it drew on this new theology, putting aside much of the traditional theology contained in the Church’s Magisterium.

Crisis Series #23 w/ Fr. Reuter: How the New Mass Was Made for Protestants

We’re starting our 4-episode look at the Novus Ordo Mass, which was introduced in 1969. We’ll be covering a different aspect during each of these episodes, today, looking at the New Mass, and how it was developed as an Ecumenical Rite. We know from previous episodes that the Church had pivoted in its relationship to other religions. But the New Mass is a striking example of this Ecumenist spirit – and Fr. Reuter will explain to us how nearly every change that was made was done to appease Non-Catholics.

Crisis Series #22 w/ Fr. McFarland: Everything Must Change! Post-Conciliar “Reforms”

With this episode, we’re starting our study of the period after the Second Vatican Council. Over the next twenty or so episodes, we’ll be diving into topics like the Novus Ordo Mass, Religious Liberty, Collegiality, the Hermeneutic of Continuity, Feenyism, Obedience and its Limits, Sedevacantism, Ecumenism, Infallibility, the new Canonizations, Supplied Jurisdiction, and much more. But today, we’ll start with the reforms that started to take place just after the Second Vatican Council. Father John-Mark McFarland will take us through the immediate aftermath of the council, and show us how the Council, and the “Spirit of Vatican II” meant an immediate overhaul, and deformation of everything in the Church.

Crisis Series #21 with Fr. MacGillivray: The Radical Transformations of 1965

We’re going to wrap up our discussion on the course of the Second Vatican Council today with Fr. MacGillivray by looking at the fourth and final Session of the Council, which took place in 1965. To do this, we’ll hone in 4 of the most important of constitutions that were passed, dealing with Religious Liberty, Divine Revelation, Ecumenism, and more. These documents mark a definitive shift in how the Catholic Church considered these important issues – and makes 1965 perhaps the most momentous year in the recent history of the Catholic Church. If you’ve seen last episode, you’ll be well equipped to identify the ambiguity and the “time bombs” in these documents that would shape the way the Catholic Church looks today.

2020 Parish Mission w/ Fr. Goldade: The Center of History

This week on the SSPX Podcast, we’ll be sharing the Parish Mission from St. Vincent de Paul in Kansas City, as it was delivered in 2020. Today, on Good Friday, we will be hearing from Fr. Michael Goldade on topic of the Crucifixion.

2020 Parish Mission w/ Fr. Goldade: The Triumphal March

This week on the SSPX Podcast, we’ll be sharing the Parish Mission from St. Vincent de Paul in Kansas City, as it was delivered in 2020. Today, on Holy Thursday, we will be hearing from Fr. Michael Goldade on topic of the Carrying of the Cross.

2020 Parish Mission w/ Fr. Goldade: Crowned For Our Sins

This week on the SSPX Podcast, we’ll be sharing the Parish Mission from St. Vincent de Paul in Kansas City, as it was delivered in 2020. Today, on the Wednesday of Holy Week, we will be hearing from Fr. Michael Goldade on topic of the Crowning with Thorns.

2020 Parish Mission w/ Fr. Goldade: Bruised For Our Sins

This week on the SSPX Podcast, we’ll be sharing the Parish Mission from St. Vincent de Paul in Kansas City, as it was delivered in 2020. Today, on the Monday of Holy Week, we will be hearing from Fr. Michael Goldade on topic of the Agony in the Garden.