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On the Dangers of Private Revelations – Part 3

By Supertradmum Before looking at other errors in the Divine Will books, I repeat the problem of the heresy of Monothelitism: from the History of Christian theology Malmesbury Abbey’s 1407 Bible from Belgium from wiki “Monothelitism or monotheletism (from Greek μονοθελητισμός “doctrine of one will”) is a particular teaching about how the divine and human

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On the Dangers of Some Private Revelations – Part 1

By Supertradmum Because I am very concerned and because I have a thirst for souls, I write this essay. Many times in the past month I have met people who are putting the private revelations of many seers on the same plain as Revelation, that is the Bible, and Tradition–these women , and all are

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On a certain kind of Christmas

Vexilla Regis by David Jones I was wondering during the past few days why God allows hardships to happen to people right before Christmas. People die on Christmas Eve, or have a car accident on the 22nd, totaling a car. Some people have their entire stock of Christmas presents stolen from under the tree while

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Advent Fasting

The pre-Nativity fast is often called “Phillip’s Fast” because it begins on the day after the feast of St. Phillip.  The fast was introduced to prepare the Church for a worthy celebration of the great and holy day of the Birth of Christ. The regulations for the fast were far more lenient than the Great

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Peronism in Rome

Guest post By Supertradmum A few weeks ago, a brilliant friend of mine drew my attention to the fact that Pope Francis had been influenced by the dictator Peron of Argentina to the point where my friend called Francis a Peronist. At first, I was puzzled but told my friend I would think about this

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Custodia Occulorum

There are two parts to this post, connected by separate. I place these back to back. As a child, I had the privilege of being taught by nuns all through primary and secondary school. I also had nuns for some of my classes in college. Most of these nuns were not only highly educated, some

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Principled

Today, a holy person told me that people leave the Church, either those from the liberal or conservative side, because they are “unprincipled.” I was surprised at this comment, because principles did not seem to be a problem with these people who are leaving, especially Trads, who are migrating to the SSPX and the schismatic

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Modernism Among Trads

One of the books I used in homeschooling was Popes Against the Modern Errors. The most important document, among several, is Pascendi Dominici Gregis, by Pope Pius X. I suggest readers take time to look at the entire document. For my purposes here, I shall refer to only a few sections. The point of this

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Spiritual Warfare Series – Part 3

Finally, I come to the nitty-gritty of how to combat hatred, Protestant type revolt, sloppy thinking, sloth and absolutely crude and rude language. One needs armour and help. We know the armour is mostly that of humility, as noted in the past two parts to this series. If one is humble, one drops the stone

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