AGAINST THE TEN COMMANDMENTS The First Commandment Have you doubted in matters of faith? Consulted fortune-tellers? Believed in dreams? Made use of superstitious practices? Gone to places of false worship and taken an active part in the religious services of a false church? Belonged to Masons, Communists, of some other forbidden society? Read anti-Catholic books or papers? … [Read more...] about An Examination of Conscience
Archives for April 2020
T. S. Flanders discusses the dangerous novelty “Preferential Option for the Poor,” the erroneous “Liberation Theology” and contrasts these with the true obligation of every Christian to show mercy to the poor. We will also discuss practicals about how, when and why to give alms and how to help the poor from the parish level. Many have lost their jobs during the Commie virus … [Read more...] about Option for the Poor?
T. S. Flanders discusses why the virtues of prudence, justice, and charity are vital when forming judgments. This is applied to the current controversy regarding the SSPX and the direction of our apostolate. Statements on SSPX. Video Attend … [Read more...] about SSPX: Prudence, Justice and Charity
T. S. Flanders interviews Michael Lofton about his difficult journey to Rome and his new book, Is My Baby in Hell? Hope for Parents of Unbaptized Infants. Michael is the host of the Reason and Theology … [Read more...] about Former Eastern Orthodox, Protestant Michael Lofton
By Timothy S. Flanders The Pian Magisterium refers to the period of the Church’s opposition to Modernism as contained especially in the French and other revolutions from Pius VI’s condemnation of the Synod of Pistoia (1794) to the death of Pius XII (1958). Thus it spans some 164 years. Taking a generation as roughly 25 years, this period encompasses 6.56 generations of the … [Read more...] about The Pian Magisterium Against the Slavery of False Freedoms