This second festival in honour of the holy protomartyr Saint Stephen was instituted by the Church on the occasion of the discovery of his precious remains. His body had long lain concealed under the ruins of an old tomb in Caphargamala, a place twenty miles from Jerusalem, where there was a church served by a venerable priest named Lucian.
Traditionis Cojones (gotta admit, the author of that thing has some big ones!) has ignited a firestorm of passionate responses from
✠Jerome Lloyd’s weekly exhortation to the faithful to maintain the Faith despite the crisis in the Church…
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“… If Jesus came now, would He find you busy about his mission? … Do you have courage in charity enough to not waste time and do all you can to save your own and other souls?”
In the wake of the cancellation of the Pontifical Mass in the National Shrine of the United States that he
As I was reviewing page proofs for the book Are Canonizations Infallible? Revisiting a Disputed Question, I was struck once
The weeks since the promulgation of Traditionis Custodes have seen various efforts to formulate a canonical response to the document