Donald R. McClarey

PASCENDI DOMINICI GREGIS

During this coming Lent we will be looking at some of the great Papal Encyclicals.  Getting a head start on Lent, we begin with PASCENDI DOMINICI GREGIS, the great thundering attack on Modernism issued by Pope Saint Pius X on

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Pope Saint Pius X: PASCENDI DOMINICI GREGIS

    To the Patriarchs, Primates, Archbishops, Bishops and other Local Ordinaries in Peace and Communion with the Apostolic See. Venerable Brethren, Health and Apostolic Benediction. The office divinely committed to Us of feeding the Lord’s flock has especially this

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The Schoenstatt Movement Nearly 100 Years Old

I must admit a certain reticence to writing this article because I don’t think in one article I can truly do the Schoenstatt Movement justice, but the movement’s nearly 100 year old story and that of its founder Father Josef

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The U.S. Bishops Dereliction of Duty

Michael Voris lays down the law on those bishops that refuse to be our shepherds. To view RealCatholicTV click here. For RealCatholicTV’s The Vortex click here. For the RealCatholicTV YouTube Channel click here.

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Nuns, Habits, and Disobedience

I was reading Father Peter M.J. Stravinskas‘ The Catholic Answer Book a few weeks ago and on page 173 I was surprised to read that all religious are required to wear their religious garb as a symbol of their vow

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A Second Victimization

Nicholas D. Kristof wrote another New York Times editorial condemning the Church. It’s not worth reading; it’s the same stuff about the Vatican is not the Church, but the real Church are the ones helping the needy (i.e. the ones

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Time For Vatican III? No!

Father Edward L. Beck, a Passionist Priest, and a contributor to ABC, wrote a column for ABC in which he calls for Vatican III.  I think the article is worth a fisking. April 2, 2010 —Surely this was originally intended for

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USCCB Scandal Deepens, U.S. Bishops Remain Silent

[Update at the bottom of this post] The scandal that has engulfed the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) shows no sign in abating. Today we learn even more incriminating facts that continue to tarnish the image of the USCCB.

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