From the archive (set #24)


Time for another visit to the archive. I would like to bring to your attention 3 original, brief essays that you may have missed. If you don’t have time to read all three, I especially recommend the first one — The Society of St. Pius X.

The Society of St. Pius X

The Society of St. Pius X is an international traditionalist Catholic organization with a non-canonical status. That is, they are not in full communion with Rome. SSPX was formed in 1970 in response to Vatican II, if not the actual documents of Vatican II then in response to the manner in which its general recommendations have been implemented.

…read it all:   The Society of St. Pius X

Finding a church home

There are many reasons people seek a new church home. The loss of a much loved pastor, internal political battles and changes in direction of the church community or the individual — to name a few. So, what might be a “check list” of considerations when looking for a new church? Here are some that are common…

…read it all:   Finding a church home

Myth: Catholics oppose science

You might be surprised who proposed the theory of the expanding universe (the “big bang”), Hubble’s law and the first estimation of the Hubble constant. It was NOT Edwin Hubble! In fact, it was Georges Lemaître. That is, Monsignor Georges Henri Joseph Édouard Lemaître – a Catholic priest, astronomer and professor of physics at the Catholic University of Leuven.

…read it all:   Myth: Catholics oppose science

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