TRADCAST 024 is here

Novus Ordo Watch for your ears…

TRADCAST 024 Now Available

TRADCAST — The Traditional Catholic Podcast

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In case you missed our initial announcement on April 12: We have published another full-length episode of our popular TRADCAST podcast program. As always, it is loaded with real traditional Catholicism, 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.

TRADCAST 024 consists of two separate segments. After a few introductory comments, at listener request we offer specific book recommendations for (former) Novus Ordos interested in learning the real Catholicism of the past (you know, the one from 33-1958).

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Fun & informative podcast…

FRANCIS WATCH
Episode 38

“Saint” Paul VI, Never-Revoked Covenant?, and “Me Too”

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It is time again for another episode: Novus Ordo Watch is pleased to sponsor for our readers and listeners — and anyone else who may be interested — the phenomenal podcast program Francis Watch, in which host Stephen Heiner of True Restoration analyses with his sedevacantist guests, Bishop Donald J. Sanborn and Fr. Anthony Cekada, the latest chaos perpetrated by Jorge Bergoglio, otherwise known as “Pope Francis”. Theological shenanigans by “Pope Emeritus” Benedict XVI and “Bp.” Robert Barron are also discussed in this latest installment.

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You can’t make this stuff up!

Novus Ordo Bishop puts Slogan on Cathedral Facade: “As long as God has a Beard, I am a Feminist”

A Masonic tool? The “Catholic Bishop” of Innsbruck, Austria: Mr. Hermann Glettler

If the Novus Ordo hierarchs aren’t busy committing heresy, it’s because they’re busy committing blasphemy. The latest example of that is found in Innsbruck, Austria. The diocesan Cathedral of St. James is currently undergoing exterior renovations, and with all the scaffolding in place, there is ample opportunity to affix a large banner with a message for all to see.

This fact did not escape the notice of the local “bishop”, Mr.

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