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Doctoresses

For recent Popes to name certain women Saints as “Doctors of the Church” is an error helping to confuse gender roles.

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Westward Ho!

At the top of the Church darkness prevails, but among priests, seminarians and lay-folk there are points of light.

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Agreementitis

A plea for the SSPX to come to some agreement with Rome contains five distinct arguments. They are refuted by the Faith.

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Family Destruction

A Non-Catholic in England observes the devastating effects of modern life upon marriage, parenting, children. The family is being destroyed.

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Slay Errors

If “Eleison Comments” keeps on defending July’s Motu Proprio, it is not to minimize the error but to spare the erring.

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Credit Crunch

Unstable mountains of debt are crushing the world’s interlocked finances. Prepare for material hardship, keep in mind spiritual realities.

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Rebuilding

With the crooked lines in July’s Motu Proprio God can still write straight, for instance by slowly rebuilding Novus Ordo priests.

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Austerlitz Battle

Maybe a Freemason made possible in 1805 one of Napoleon’s most famous military victories of all – victories over the old Christian order.

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Get Real

The mass of people are living in a fantasy-land. The endless piling up of debt must come to an end before long.

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Motu Proprio – I

To a doubting French journalist the author of “Eleison Comments” expresses confidence that the imminent Motu Proprio will do much good.

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Motu Proprio – II

Indeed, it both declares that the Tridentine Mass was never banned, and permits Latin rite priests to use it, whenever and wherever.

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The Cinema

By overloading our eyes and ears, said Kafka, the cinema overwhelms our minds. Minds being overwhelmed means that lies triumph.

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“Pascendi” – I

In his outstanding Encyclical of 100 years ago, Pius X nailed the deadly error of modern times: minds’ independence from their object.

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