Is Sedevacantism Really “Untenable”? – YouTube

On this episode of What Catholics Believe, Tom and Fr. Jenkins discuss: • The illogic of Peter Kwasniewski’s article, “Why

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ACN Supporting Iraq’s Christians – YouTube

On 6 August 2014, ISIS began its advance into the Nineveh Plains, Iraq, forcing over 100,000 Christians to flee. Since

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CHRISTIAN GENOCIDE: The UN Push to End National Sovereignty Worldwide – YouTube

In this edition of The Remnant Underground, Michael Matt takes a look at current events, including Monkeypox, the crisis in

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Carissimi, today’s Mass: SS. Cyricacus, Largus & Smaragdus, Martyrs

Carissimi: Today’s Mass;
SS Cyriacus, Largus & Smaragdus, Martyrs

Spiritual Reading for Monday – Ninth Week After Pentecost

Amongst those who have been eminent in the Church of God, both for their lives and their labours, a foremost place must be assigned to St. Alphonsus Mary Liguori. This illustrious man, who may truly be styled an apostle, spent a long life of upwards of ninety years in the zealous service of God, and in unwearied labours for the good of souls–a proof sufficient of the greatness and varied nature of his sanctity.

Morning Meditation for Monday – Ninth Week after Pentecost ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

Patience hath a perfect work. Patience is a perfect sacrifice which we offer to God; because in suffering tribulations and contradictions we are but accepting from God’s hands the cross He sends us. All our good, indeed, consists in bearing crosses with patience.

Fired By Childline For My Child Safety Concerns. Abusive Practices Are Damaging Our Children. – YouTube

James Esses is James is a Criminal Barrister and Trainee Psychotherapist. He is the co-founder of Thoughtful Therapists and advocates

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A Sermon for Sunday: St Gaetan & Sunday IX Post Pentecost; Revd Dr Robert Wilson

Dr Robert Wilson’s weekly Sunday sermon…

Morning Meditation for Sunday – Ninth Week after Pentecost ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

What a subject of wonder to the Angels must not the great love of God have been when they saw the Eternal Word become Man for the Redemption of fallen man! How is it possible, indeed, that God should be so enamoured of men and that men, who are so grateful to one another, should be so ungrateful to God?