Novus Ordo Watch for your ears…

False Church, False Doctrine, but True Pope?

TRADCAST 030 now available

TRADCAST — The Traditional Catholic Podcast


In case you missed our initial announcement on May 1: We have published another full-length episode of our popular TRADCAST podcast program. As always, it is loaded with real traditional Catholicism, insightful commentary, hard-hitting refutations of various errors, and razor-sharp analysis. Our content is typically challenging but is always delivered with a relieving touch of humor, so necessary in our chaotic and bizarre times.

TRADCAST 030 addresses a number of topics. We begin with Francis’ latest heresy, proclaimed in late April, that Jesus Christ is a “divine-human person”. We then take a quick look at the newly-released book Defending the Faith Against Present Heresies, which is directed against Francis, and we explain why it is guaranteed to fail. The remainder of the first segment is dedicated to answering objections to the sedevacantist position, namely: If the Catholic Church was so strong before Vatican II, how could the council do so much damage? And: If Sedevacantism is true, why are there Eucharistic miracles in the Novus Ordo Church? An interesting excursion on Ecumenism before and after Vatican II is also included.

The second segment of TRADCAST 030 looks at how much sense it makes to say that Francis is the true Pope of a false church, as some seriously believe. We then look at what the First Vatican Council really taught with regard to the dogma that St. Peter will have perpetual successors in the primacy and how that relates to the indefectibility of the Church. After a fun interlude featuring the world’s first sedevacantist anti-Vatican II song, we comment on “Abp.” Carlo Maria Viganò’s recent message about the Vatican’s May 6-8 health conference. The podcast concludes with critical comments on the thesis put forward by Eric Sammons in his new book, Deadly Indifference, that the Catholic Church can lose or abandon her supernatural mission, a heretical and blasphemous idea that appears to be getting more and more popular.

If you are new to the program, you will find that listening to TRADCAST is like drinking from a firehose of information. As always, the podcast is interlaced with interesting and important insights, powerful quotes from solid Catholic sources, and amusing moments of levity! The total run time of TRADCAST 030 is 1 hour and 23 minutes.

You can listen free of charge — without a mask, hand sanitizer, vaccines, or social distancing — by playing the YouTube video above, or you can go to our TRADCAST 030 page, where you will find all the information you need for this show, including links to all the articles, books, blog posts, etc., mentioned in the podcast. There you will also find ways to download this episode to your computer and sign up to be notified of new episodes by email.

By the way: You do not have to be a sedevacantist to enjoy or benefit from TRADCAST. Even if you do not agree with everything said in the program, chances are you will not think that having listened to this podcast was a waste of your time.

If you are interested in listening to older shows, you can do so using our complete episodes list; or listen to a sermon or an apologetics/catechism class with your friends and family as well. This makes for great conversation — much more important than the usual family discussions — and will open people’s eyes about Francis and the Novus Ordo Sect! It’s one way you can do evangelization the easy way. In any case, don’t miss this TRADCAST, and spread the word!

As always, TRADCAST is entirely free of charge. Listeners who would like to support this podcast with a tax-deductible donation, may do so here.

Annoy the heck out of Francis — listen to TRADCAST!

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