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looking to convert -- anxious and without res...
Feb 10, 2016, 12:03 am
The softening of the SSPX (FSSPX, Society of St. Pius X) towards the Novus Ordo, modernist Rome, Vatican II, etc. Archbishop Lefebvre, Bishop Fellay, Bishop Williamson, Bishop Faure, faithful priests, departures, latest news, etc.
A new blog
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Accounts from the Crusades
Feb 7, 2016, 4:16 pm
|Catholic Living in the Modern World
Traditional Catholics strive for sanctity in their daily lives. Practical advice and discussions of morality, sin, and perfection. How Catholic men and women cope with living in a post-Christian, neo-pagan world.
Gender roles within marriage?
By Traditional Guy 20
Today, 11:52 pm
|Health and Nutrition
Discuss food, health, nutrition, as well as disease prevention. Any health disorders can be discussed here.
Friday or not, whats your dinner?
Today, 5:31 am
|The Sacred: Catholic Liturgy, Chant, Prayers
Anything pertaining to the Catholic Faith can be posted here: the Traditional Latin Mass (TLM), Tridentine Liturgy, Sacraments, Gregorian chant, traditional hymns and prayers. Prayer requests can also be made here.
St. Cyril of Alexandria, Bishop, Confessor an...
Today, 10:07 pm
|Computers and Technology
Computers, tablets, gizmos and gadgets. Some Traditional Catholics are really into them, even earning a living in this industry. Hey, it's a safe career for a Catholic! Discuss software, hardware, technical questions, etc.
Lets give up MS Windows for Lent
Today, 3:43 am
|Art and Literature for Catholics
This is the forum for traditional Catholic artists, writers, poets, sculptors, painters, architects, singers, movie makers, etc. to discuss their trade! Also for Catholic discussion of art.
Feb 10, 2016, 12:13 am
|Fighting Errors in the Modern World
Catholics resisting errors, conspiracies (Liberalism, Zionism, Freemasonry, Judeo-Masonry, Communism, Modernism) and evil men who conspire against mankind (Neo-cons, Bilderburgers, New World Order, Big Pharma, Media, Globalists, Bankers, etc.)
Why Is It that some Traditionalist like Israe...
By Neil Obstat
Today, 5:16 pm
|Crisis in the Church
The crisis in the Catholic Church (since Vatican II): Discuss the Novus Ordo Mass, false ecumenism, modern apostasy, modern philosophy, New Theology, traditional movement, sedevacantism, SSPX, Indult, Bishop Williamson, etc.
Popes February 2016 Video
Today, 11:32 pm
|World War III - Chapter 2
Discuss World War 3, currently in the "covert" stage. Russia, China, the USA and other countries are already at war. The Middle East, Iran, Iraq, North Korea, Syria, NATO, cyber attacks, EMP, false flags, etc.
The latest on covert World War 3
Yesterday, 3:09 am
|The Greater Depression - Chapter I
Discuss the Greater Depression (Second Great Depression), or the coming economic collapse. This includes Peak Oil, the bursting of the Housing Bubble, US Dollar collapse, food shortages, survivalism, etc.
Collapse of global shipping - world economy i...
By Neil Obstat
Today, 5:06 pm
|Politics and World Leaders
Anything about Obama, Democrats, Republicans, congress, senate, elections, party platforms, issues, or a famous leader in particular should go here.
Some Thoughts on the Iowa Caucus
Today, 8:20 pm
|The Catholic Bunker
Traditional Catholic bunker - share personal anecdotes, news stories of economic hardship, survivalist tips, rapid price increases, scarcity, outages, vandalism, foreclosures, job losses, etc. In Greater Depression of 2009, we need to share valuable info!
Pepper spray personal security device recomm...
By Mark 79
Today, 6:10 am
|Teen Catholic Hangout
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Deep Woods Thoughts
Jan 24, 2016, 10:58 pm
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Do Catholics sin by going to a Masonic hospit...
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Please pray for Bishop Richard Williamson, a noble prelate and hand-picked successor of Archbishop Lefebvre whose wisdom and zeal for the truth have inspired many.
On October 23, 2012, the good Bishop was cast out of the SSPX, where he had labored tirelessly for 36 years.
His continued membership in the SSPX would have made a premature union with Rome more difficult.
He is committed to defending Catholic Tradition in all its purity, as the true successor of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre.
"I have loved justice and hated iniquity; therefore I die in exile." - Pope Gregory VII