The FSSP and Pope Francis’ Roller-Coaster – Dr Joseph Shaw

The Wild Ride It took some time for everyone to adjust to the violent overthrow of thirteen years’ pastoral arrangements,

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Forgotten Customs of Septuagesima – OnePeterFive

Brethren: Know you not that they that run in the race, all run indeed, but one receiveth the prize. So

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Does Pius VI’s ‘Auctorem Fidei’ Support Paul VI’s Novus Ordo? – OnePeterFive

Some people maintain that the Church cannot promulgate defective, useless, or harmful rites, citing Pope Pius VI’s Auctorem Fidei n.

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Priests Who Want Holy Water Must Use the ‘Rituale’—Despite Episcopal Prohibition – OnePeterFive

As is well known by now, the Responsa ad Dubia from the Congregation for Divine Worship, published on December 18, 2021, try

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Mother Maravillas de Jesús: Guarding the Teresian Reform – OnePeterFive

Author’s Preface: The following article pertains to the ongoing campaign against traditional contemplative life unleashed by Pope Francis. I had

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The Ordinary Mission of the SSPX – Reply to Salza – OnePeterFive

We have this Mandate from the Roman Church, always faithful to the Holy Tradition which She has received from the

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The Failed Defense of the SSPX – Reply to Bocca – OnePeterFive

Recently, Mr. Joe Bocca wrote a reply to my articles against the SSPX (see here and here).  In my article,

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Bishop Schneider Calls on Pope Francis to Rescind Traditionis Custodes – OnePeterFive

ROME, January 10, 2022 – Bishop Athanasius Schneider is inviting Pope Francis to “rescind” the canonical provisions contained in Traditionis

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Pope Francis’ Misleading Appeal to Vatican II and Augustine – OnePeterFive

To justify his repeal of Pope Benedict XVI’s Summorum Pontificum, Pope Francis charged that many Latin Mass communities were regarding themselves

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Litany of Saints Killed While Offering or Assisting at the Sacred Liturgy – OnePeterFive

I always think about the days right after Christmas: the feast of the first martyr, St. Stephen, stoned to death

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