Anglicanism

Crisis in the Church: How Much (If Anything) Should We Tell Potential Converts…Nothing?

Editor Writes... On Sunday, just gone, 15 May, 2022,  we celebrated the reception into the Church of Carole, who featured in our July 2017 newsletter, front page (see headline above) and, more recently, her husband, Carole had attended our Conference on 13 May, 2017, marking the 100th anniversary of the first Fatima apparition.  Her husband was...

Shackleton’s ‘Endurance’ Teaches Us … What?

From the BBC - 9 March, 2022 Scientists have found and filmed one of the greatest ever undiscovered shipwrecks 107 years after it sank. The Endurance, the lost vessel of Antarctic explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton, was found at the weekend at the bottom of the Weddell Sea. The ship was crushed by sea-ice and sank in 1915,...

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...

Only Fatima Explains The Chilling Complicity of The Catholic Clergy in The Covid Tyranny…

From the YouTube Platform... Sister Lucia, the young child who Mother Mary appeared to in Fatima, was given 3 secrets. In 1941 she revealed the first 2 secrets at the request of the local bishop at the time, but the 3rd secret she was hesitant of revealing as she was unsure whether God willed it...

Fight For Freedom Rallies – Why No Bishops?

For more than fifty years, Catholics have been encouraged to reimagine the Church as a tool for building a humanist utopia on earth rather than as the means of teaching, governing, sanctifying and saving all men. Freemasonic ideology, assisted by globalist entities such as the United Nations, has fed us dreams of “peace in...

9th July: Feast of SS John Fisher & Thomas More – Pray for the Church!

Martyrdom of St John Fisher (Bishop) From the YouTube platform... These were his actual last words: "Christian people, I am come hither to die for the faith of Christ's Holy Catholic Church; and, I thank God, hitherto my stomach hath served me very well thereunto, so that yet I have not feared death; wherefore I desire...

23 April: Feast of St George of England…

Comment:  As with all Feast Day threads, feel free to discuss relevant issues, post favourite prayers, hymns, edifying stories and jokes of the "good clean fun" variety.  Seeing the image of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour in the above video should move us to pray for the restoration of the Catholic religion in England -...

Glasgow Jesuits Invite Anglican Female “Priest” To Deliver Romero Lecture…

 Editor writes,  Blogger Athanasius, aka Martin Blackshaw, emailed the following letter to the Jesuit priests in St Aloysius College, Garnethill, to rightfully challenge them on this latest scandal... January 27, 2019 Dear Jesuit Fathers of St. Aloysius, Joanna Jepson "ordained" priest in Church of England in 2004 I note from your online newsletter that you have invited Joanna Jepson...

The Mystery of the Missing Tweet: English & Welsh Bishops Support Transgenderism – Dissent Prohibited…

From Lifesitenews...  The tweet was welcomed by American LGBT activist Father James Martin, SJ., who tweeted in response, “I join with the Catholic Bishops of England and Wales in praying for all transgender people, especially those who are persecuted in any way. May you know that you are all God's beloved children.” However, English Catholics were...

25/10: Feast of the 40 Martyrs of England & Wales… So what?

After King Henry VIII proclaimed himself supreme head of the Church in England and Wales, a violent wave of anti-Catholic persecution began - and lasted over a century. It started with the executions of Sts. Thomas More and John Fisher, but didn't end there. Hundreds were killed between 1535 and 1679; the Church recognized...