In case you missed our initial announcement on December 11: 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, so necessary especially in this chaotic year.
Segment 1: Why be a Sedevacantist? / How semi-trads contradict themselves on the question of recognizing manifest heretics / Francis and the “epidemic of indifference” / Francis talks garbage at delegation of journalists / Francis’ dream of a Masonic future, without Christ the King / Francis’ dangerous claim that no judgment is just if it produces more inequality / The Modernism of Brendan MacCarthaigh / Francis’ plea for “media ecology”
Segment 2: The Remnant admits Francis’ church is not a religious organization and he may be an atheist / “Cardinal” Gerhard Ludwig Müller’s bizarre claim that the First Commandment is the respect for human life / Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre – a future Doctor of the Church?
Segment 1: Introductory comments; giving up on Francis; anything but Sedevacantism; the last Catholics; Vatican-China deal; “Abp.” Georg Ganswein canonizes Lutheran theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer; Faith, reason, and Modernism; the Vatican and environmentalism; Francis’ silence on the Asia Bibi case
Segment 2: Thank you to our donors; the Roman Catholic Mass vs. the Novus Ordo “Mass”; Francis says Christ received his authority from the people; book recommendation: Contra Crawford by Dylan Fellows and Christopher Conlon
Total run time: 1 hr 1 min
You can listen to the show by clicking the big play button in the embedded player above.
The pseudo-traditionalist flagship publication The Remnant has once again graced the world with the full depth of its theological wisdom. This biweekly American newspaper promotes what is perhaps best called a “pop traditionalism”, a distortion of traditional Catholicism that emphasizes certain popular elements or emotionally satisfying aspects — such as the Latin Mass, traditional practices, and rejection of whacky Novus Ordo ideas — but without any commitment to (or even regard for) sound Catholic theology, knowledge of which would have to be acquired through laborious effort and might lead to undesirable consequences.
The Vacancy of the Papal Throne since the Death of Pope Pius XII
The Chair of St. Peter in Vatican City(image: shutterstock.com)
On this page we present a slew of links to articles, blog posts, books, audios, and videos dealing with the subject matter of the Papacy, Sedevacantism, the false theological position known as “recognize-but-resist”, the Society of Saint Pius X (SSPX), the Second Vatican Council, and the Novus Ordo Magisterium. We have tried as much as possible to group the links by topic. Due to the recent publication of the book True or False Pope? Refuting Sedevacantism and Other Modern Errors by John Salza and Robert Siscoe, there is a separate group of links relating just to that.
Mr. Zuhlsdorf is asking his supporters for an extra $2,000 a month now that he is going to “reinvent” himself. Does the poor man not get a salary? Why does he not simply work for the diocese for which he was ‘ordained’, as one should expect? #catholic
“British papal biographer Austen Ivereigh has called for a ‘reckoning’ against pro-life U.S. Catholics, insisting that they enabled the Jan. 6 Capitol violence by refusing to support pro-abortion politicians” - #CatholicTwitter #catholic
After a U.K. court ruled to allow the withdrawal of food and water from a Catholic patient who is in a coma, Archbishop Stanisław Gądecki of Poznan, Poland urged Cardinal Vincent Nichols of Westminster, to intervene. https://www.catholicworldreport.com/2021/01/19/polish-archbishop-asks-english-cardinal-to-intervene-after-ruling-to-withdraw-food-and-water-from-catholic-patient/
@real_sheepdog @Church_Militant @ChristineNiles1 @Michael_Voris What does that have to do with election coverage? I am talking about Catholic principle: You cannot at one and the same time say Francis is Pope and then fight his magisterium. It doesn’t work that way in the Catholic Church. If Francis is Pope, he must submit to him.