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The Death of the Mass in Once-Catholic Ireland

From the YouTube Platform, comment written 6 days ago... My Dad who was from Mayo, used to tell me when he was a boy in the 1930s, of the men and women who would walk for miles to Sunday morning Mass. Some of the older ones would really struggle because they would have been fasting...

Francis, “Monstrous Argentinian Goofball”, Is Out To Destroy Traditional Catholic Faith – Will Fail

New from Remnant-TV... In this episode of the Remnant Underground, Michael J. Matt excoriates the truly preposterous development in Rome, whereby the increasingly intolerant and angry Pope Francis choses Christmas 2021, in the middle of a pandemic, to crack down on one of the few growing movements within the Catholic Church today. As Catholics increasingly abandon...

Nicola Sturgeon – An Opportunistic Politician? Surely Not! Never! No Way! One Is Shocked!

Editor writes... Well, say what you like about Ms Sturgeon, she knows what she's talking about when it comes to corruption... Which is why it's a tad surprising that the Scottish hierarchy seem to support her, almost as much as she supports the LGBT+ lobby with no small emphasis on the "t" component. I do hope Dan...

Happy Thanksgiving… And God Bless America!

I found Chris Salcedo's explanation of the origins of the Thanksgiving holiday very interesting indeed. As you watch the video, those among us who may have been wondering to whom, or for what, Americans give thanks every November, will find themselves saying... Really?!$*  when the answer is revealed, followed by a profound WOW! I thoroughly enjoyed...

Should Catholics Support Critical Race Theory?

Is Critical Race Theory likely  to take root in UK schools?  Looks like the educational establishment think it should - click here... Talk about systemic white privilege and seeing rampant racism everywhere is now part of the new normal in the USA.  Do we really want that to happen in the UK?  What kind of...

November: Month of Holy Souls & Indulgences …

Often, you may hear people praying for the intentions of the Holy Father at the end of their Rosaries or other prayers since this is usually a requirement to gain an indulgence. But should we join in such prayers if the Pope’s personal, private intentions seem contrary to the Church’s intentions? Yes, because we are...

Should The Church Re-Introduce Prohibition On Funerals For Catholics Dying By Assisted Suicide?

From [Blogger] Westminster Fly... Readers of the Catholic Truth blog will probably be aware of the latest attempt to legalise euthanasia in the UK - click here. As with so many other crucial issues, the Catholic clergy - with the occasional rare exception - generally keep quiet about euthanasia, so it is left to lay groups...

Favourite Films: Hilarious Dog & Toddler …

From time to time we take a break from the serious stuff.  Over the years, we've had everything from favourite jokes to favourite music, to favourite books / spiritual reading (albeit, semi-serious!) So, when I stumbled across the above hilarious video clip of a very musical pair, toddler and dog, recently, I thought it was...

November: Pray for the Holy Souls in Purgatory

Today, All Souls, we remember, especially, the Holy Souls suffering in Purgatory....  I have been unable to find a video on YouTube of the beautiful hymn which is traditionally sung in the month when we commemorate the suffering Church in Purgatory, so the lyrics only are given below...  And, by the way, If you...

Feast of St Teresa of Avila: God Alone Suffices!

Editor writes... One of the best known prayers of St Teresa of Avila - "Let Nothing Trouble Thee" - is mentioned in the above video.  It is quoted differently by various people/groups, but my favourite version is this one, which I heard put to music, and have even been heard singing myself ... in my...