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Open Letter to Confused Catholics: Chapter 6

“The New Forms of Baptism, Marriage, Penance, and Extreme Unction” The Catholic, whether he be regularly practicing or one who goes to church for the great moments of life, finds himself asking such basic questions as, “What is baptism?”It is a new phenomenon, for not so long ago anyone could answer that, and anyway, nobody…

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Open Letter to Confused Catholics: Chapter 5

“You’re A Dinosaur!” In preparation for the 1981 Eucharistic Congress, a questionnaire was distributed, the first question of which was: “Of these two definitions: ‘The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass’ and ‘Eucharistic Meal,’ which one do you adopt spontaneously?” There is a great deal that could be said about this way of questioning Catholics, giving…

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Open Letter to Confused Catholics: Chapter 4

“The Mass of All Time vs. The Mass of Our Time” In preparation for the 1981 Eucharistic Congress, a questionnaire was distributed, the first question of which was: “Of these two definitions: ‘The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass’ and ‘Eucharistic Meal,’ which one do you adopt spontaneously?” There is a great deal that could be…

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Open Letter to Confused Catholics: Chapter 3

“What They Are Doing to the Mass” I have before me some photos published in Catholic newspapers representing the Mass as it is now often said. Looking at the first photo I find it difficult to understand at what moment of the Holy Sacrifice it has been taken. Behind an ordinary wooden table, which does…

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Open Letter to Confused Catholics: Chapter 2

“They are Changing Our Religion!” Firstly, I must dispel a misunderstanding so as not to have to return to it. I am not the head of a movement, even less the head of a particular church. I am not, as they never stop writing, “the leader of the traditionalists.” They have come to describe certain…

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Open Letter to Confused Catholics: Chapter 1

“Why are Catholics Confused? Who can deny that Catholics in the latter part of the twentieth century are confused? A glance at what has happened in the Church over the past twenty years is enough to convince anyone that this is a relatively recent phenomenon. Only a short time ago the path was clearly marked:…

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Crisis Series: Epilogue – What’s Next, Behind the Scenes, Our Favorite Episodes

Franks reviews the year long project that was the Crisis in the Church Series, and looks ahead at the next series that is under development.

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Crisis Series #50 with Superior General of SSPX: What is the Solution to the Crisis?

e would be no one better to give the final word in this series than the Superior General of the SSPX, Don Davide Pagliarani. He graciously agreed to take some time from his duties to give us his thoughts on what the traditional restoration of the Church might look like after this major upheaval, and finally, what the answer – what is the solution to the Crisis in the Church.

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Crisis Series #49: Father, What Can I Do About the Crisis in the Church?

Today we’ll ask, “Father, what can I do about the Crisis in the Church?” Is there anything I can do about the Crisis? Do I just hunker down in my home and say the rosary? Do I move my family to a traditional Catholic compound and ignore everything that’s happening? Or should I take a more active role, speaking out, and fighting for the rights of the Church? We invited Fr. David Sherry, the Canadian District Superior for the SSPX to join us and give us what we all need right now – some simple, practical advice for what a lay person should be doing right now.

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Crisis Series #48: 4 Questions You Need to Ask About the Crisis

Whether you have seen every episode of this series so far, or have just seen a couple, or maybe none – this is likely the most important episode we’ve done so far.  In the next hour and twenty minutes, Father Wiseman will break down the entire Crisis into 4 simple questions.  If you answer yes to the first, we’ll move on to the second question, and so on.  By the end, if you’ve said yes to all of them, well, congratulations – you hold the same positions that the Society of Saint Pius X does. Think of this as a choose your own adventure book, except it’s about your Faith, and the stakes are infinite.

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