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Today is Monday, May 20, 2024, The Monday in the Octave of Pentecost, a first class feast, with the liturgical color of red. In this episode: the meditation, ” The Mysterious Circumstances of Pentecost,” a preview of the Sermon: “Ask and You Shall Receive,” and a Thought of the Day from Archbishop Lefebvre.
Today is Sunday, May 19, 2024, The feast of Pentecost, a first class feast with a first class octave, with the liturgical color of red. In this episode: the meditation, ”The Descent of the Holy Ghost,” a prayer for the Seven Gifts of the Holy Ghost, and a Thought of the Day from Archbishop Lefebvre.
Today is Saturday, May 18, 2024, The Vigil of Pentecost, a first class feast, with the liturgical color of white and red. In this episode: the meditation, ” Preparing Ourselves for Pentecost: Three Means,” and a Thought of the Day from Archbishop Lefebvre.
This week on the SSPX Podcast we address the sensitive topic of pregnancies out of wedlock. These occurrences, though hopefully rare, do happen and Catholics should know how to address them prudently and in the light of Catholic moral teaching. Moreover, out-of-wedlock pregnancies raise a host of questions, with the most prevalent being, “Must the...
In this episode, drawn from the archives of the SSPX Podcast, we address the question of why do some say “Holy Spirit” and others “Holy Ghost” when referring to the third person of the Holy Trinity. Do they mean the same thing? And if so, what are the origins of this terminological difference? And, most...
Before the scientific discoveries of the late 19th century, most adherents of Catholicism and Protestantism believed that the earth and universe were 6000 years old, based on a chronology derived from the Bible. However, after the discovery of the radioactive behavior of atoms, developments in the study of geology, and accurate measurement of star distances...
On today’s episode of the SSPX Podcast, we continue our discussion from the last episode on Young Earth Creationism. As covered on the last episode, Catholics are not obligated to believe the earth or universe is 6,000 years old; it is not a question of faith. In this episode we examine more closely specific arguments...
On today’s episode of the SSPX Podcast, we’ll dive back into our Questions with Father episodes with a topic we touched on about 6 years ago: Young Earth Creationism. Many Catholics claim that it is doctrinal, and morally necessary to believe that the earth was created in a particular time, or in a particular way....
In vitro fertilization, or IVF, has been front and center in the news following the Alabama Supreme Court’s ruling that embryos created through IVF are legally “children” for the purposes of that state’s Wrongful Death of a Minor Act. In the wake of the decision, politicians, religious leaders, and laypeople who view themselves as “pro-life”...
As we have already touched on in earlier episodes, screens and the content they deliver adversely affect the mental and emotional maturation of young people, with some content–such as pornography–inflicting lifelong damage. These dangers are considered in more detail today, with special attention paid to the responsibilities that all parents must shoulder to ensure their...
As we have already touched on in earlier episodes, screens and the content they deliver adversely affect the mental and emotional maturation of young people, with some content–such as pornography–inflicting lifelong damage. These dangers are considered in more detail today, with special attention paid to the responsibilities that all parents must shoulder to ensure their...
The long lasting effects of pornography cannot be understated. Exposure to it, especially at a young age, can leave an imprint on the mind that remains for years. Repeated exposure often leads to addiction, which is not easily overcome. Although all things are possible with God’s grace, those who have been exposed to this harmful...