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13 minutes | Jul 25, 2021
Cardinal Burk Warns of Apostasy
His Eminence Raymond Cardinal Burke is yet again warning Catholics about the third secret of Fatima and its connection to the growing attacks on family life being perpetrated by politicians who consider themselves followers of Christ. During a forceful sermon given at the National Blue Army Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima earlier this month, Burke remarked that there is a “practical apostasy” taking place in the Church. He also said that it’s a “scandal” for Catholic politicians who attack Church teachings to present themselves for Holy Communion. “The Bishops rightly seek to safeguard the sanctity of the Holy Eucharist” in order to “prevent the faithful from committing sacrilege by the unworthy reception of the Holy Eucharist,” he said. They want to “stop the scandal caused by Catholic politicians” who “obstinately persist in promoting legislation in violation of the most fundamental truths of the moral law.”
30 minutes | Jul 18, 2021
Fr. Fita: Courageous Priest Admonishes Pope Francis for Restricting Latin Mass
Fr. Sergio Fita reacts to Motu Proprio Traditionis Custodes issued by Pope Francis on July 16.
14 minutes | Jul 18, 2021
Fr. Fita: The Need for Holy Priests
Fr. Fita discusses the need for priests today that are willing to act in union with the heart of Christ and be a sign of contradiction in today's misguided society.
20 minutes | Jun 13, 2021
Fr. Mills: Culture of Death and Lies
Fr. Mills discusses our culture of death and lies. Please pray for those who God is raising-up to fight for Truth.
21 minutes | Jun 6, 2021
Fr. Meeks: You Can't Call Yourself a Catholic if You Don't Believe in the Real Presence
Fr. Edward Meeks discusses the Church's teaching on the real presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist. A 2019 Pew Research poll showed 70% of people who identify as Catholic don't believe in the real presence. Fr. Meeks explains why these people cannot call themselves Catholics.
6 minutes | May 30, 2021
Fr. Goring: Fight The Good Fight
Fr. Goring says as people of God, we need to fight the good fight in spiritual warfare. The battle in which we are engaged today is happening on our watch. We have a duty to fight the 'spirit of the age' which seeks to undermine our Christian values. Here's a link to the book referenced in Fr. Goring's talk.
35 minutes | May 30, 2021
Fr. Gloudeman: Liberal Catholicism is NOT of the Holy Spirit
In his sermon on Pentecost Sunday, Fr. Francis scorches "liberal" Catholics, calling them hypocrites and Pharisees.
0 minutes | May 30, 2021
Fr. Kirby: Get To Work!
Fr. Kirby says that true Christian discipleship is a radical commitment to the ways of Christ. One of the ways we are called to the life of Christ is through our work. Many in today's society are choosing not to work but to rely on government assistance. The Catechism of the Catholic Church states that Christians have a duty to work.
17 minutes | May 30, 2021
Fr. Altman: We Must Drive-Out the Brood of Ungrateful, Graceless, Godless Vipers
In this Memorial Holiday sermon, Fr. James Altman expressed his gratefulness for the freedoms won by our forefathers and the sacrifices they have made. He says that we are duty-bound to drive-out the brood of ungrateful, graceless, godless vipers' that are set on defeating America. Fr. Altman then compares the gospel of the world vs. the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the story of the healing of Peter's mother-in-law.
12 minutes | May 24, 2021
Fr. Altier: Recognize The Wolves Among You
Fr. Altier discusses Jesus' warning that from our own number there would arise wolves. He provides examples how bishops are promoting false teaching. Jesus prayed that we would be one, but this cannot happen if we are not united in the Truth in Charity.
24 minutes | May 22, 2021
Fr. Altman: I Am Not Afraid
In today’s homily, Fr. James Altman announced he has been asked to resign his position by his bishop, Bishop Joseph Callahan. As we all know, Fr. Altman has been subject to diabolical persecution for simply doing his job as a shepherd to his flock. Unfortunately, yet not totally unexpected, the time has come for Father to mount a legal defense because his opponents have been marshaled and are moving to cancel him from being pastor at his parish, St. James the Less in La Crosse, Wisconsin. His flock is rising-up to support him just as he has supported his flock for all of these months. Father Altman has shown courage and strength in his commitment to giving us the Truth. In a culture that celebrates deception and sin, Father Altman has been a shining light to tens of thousands of faithful Catholics worldwide. Sadly, as we are all aware, our holy priests are being attacked from within. It is our duty and honor as faithful sheep to help our shepherd to defend himself. If there were only one scripture verse that we could use to describe what Father means to us, it would be this:”No man has greater love than this, that he lay down his life for his friends” John 15:13. DONATE NOW All donations will go to pay for his legal defense and related fees. Should Father be disciplined to the point of being “fired,” additional funds in excess of the amount needed for legal fees will be used for his personal needs like health insurance. If any monies are left over from these expenditures, Father will gratefully donate them to The St. James Handicap Ramp Fund if he successfully retains his position as Pastor, or will donate to those organizations that support life (such as LifeSiteNews) and defend the Catholic Church (such as Church Militant).
10 minutes | May 22, 2021
Fr. Echert: Prepare for War
Whether you’re Catholic or not, this sermon will be of interest to you. This is how Catholic priests used to speak, before the Vatican teamed up with the globalists in the 1960s. In this Sunday Sermon from South Saint Paul, Father recalls several dire predictions which were delivered in Fatima, Portugal to three shepherd children back in 1917. The predictions were delivered in a public setting by a woman believed to be the Blessed Virgin Mary, although the Catholic bishop at the time was very skeptical and did not encourage it to be taken seriously. In fact, it was only after years of investigation that finally, on October 13, 1930, the Church declared the events at Fatima ‘worthy of belief’. The predictions—which included an urgent call to prayer and fasting, asking God to save the world—were greatly substantiated by a preannounced “Miracle of the Sun”, a massive solar phenomenon witnessed by some 70,000 people and covered extensively in secular newspapers at the time (vintage photographs of the event are available online). The predictions warned of a coming world war, apostasy in the Catholic Church, and the ‘annihilations of nations’. Are the dire predictions of Fatima coming true today? Father cites Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò (former Vatican apostolic nuncio, who has since issued urgent warnings that the Vatican under Pope Francis is in league with the New World Order) as representing a growing number of Catholics who believe the Church has been infiltrated and that hell itself has declared all-out war on the Catholic Church and Christian civilization. Is this, in fact, what is happening today with respect to Davos, Covid and the one world government?
8 minutes | May 19, 2021
Fr. Lampe: Wolves in Shepherd's Clothing
Fr. Lampe reflects upon John's gospel reading in which Jesus prays that His Father will protect his sheep from the Evil One, consecrating them in the Truth. He discusses Jesus' prediction that wolves would come into the flock of Christians and mislead them. God is Truth - if we want to know Him, we must know the Truth. When shepherds preach a message that contradicts the Truth, we must be aware of the threat they pose to the flock.
16 minutes | Apr 25, 2021
Fr. Meeks: Going Along To Get Along
Fr. Meeks reflects on 1 John chapter 3: "The reason why the world does not know us is it did not know Him." The world refers to the world of sin estranged from God. The world cannot relate to people that live according to the will of God. We are citizens of another Kingdom - to be in this world but not of this world. Those of the world have chosen darkness over light. Approval, affirmation and validation by the world are ultimately undesirable by the Christian. If we are children of God and do not receive disapproval by the world we need to seriously evaluate our faith and life. The Church is called to be counter-cultural. The failure to do so on the part of so many Catholics has contributed significantly to the moral decline of our culture. Far too many Catholics have remained silent as our culture becomes more and more debase. We cannot placate evil - we must show the world there is a better way.
20 minutes | Apr 25, 2021
Fr. Altman: Keep The Faith No Matter What
Fr. Altman reflects upon the gospel story of the good shepherd. He discusses the reason why Judas likely betrayed Jesus. The good shepherd's job is to lead us to eternal life. The bad shepherd abandons his sheep during their time of need. He cites examples of bad shepherds, including Cardinal Deardon, Bernadine and Wuerl and thier successors. Let keep the faith no mater what and avoid following Judas.
22 minutes | Apr 25, 2021
Fr. Wilton: We Are A Church Of Martyrs
Fr. Wilton reminds Catholics that we are Church of martyrs. The worst thing in the world is to lose one's soul, not to lose our earthly lives. True Christian witness comes through commitment to exchange our lives in defense to the Truth who is Jesus Christ. Prayer is more important than ever.
5 minutes | Apr 24, 2021
Fr. Goring: Heaven Inside
Fr. Mark Goring explains that heaven is meant to come down. We were made to have the divine life within each of us. Without heaven dwelling in us, we are incomplete.
11 minutes | Apr 20, 2021
Fr. Heilman: Evil Is Laughing At Us
Fr. Richard Heilman discusses the story of the stoning of Stephen, the Church's first martyr. Today, it is importance to take a stand for the truth instead of being concerned about politically correctness and refusing to condemn evil.
32 minutes | Apr 11, 2021
Fr. Altman: Divine Mercy Available To Those Who Repent
On Divine Mercy Sunday, Fr. Altman shared with his parishioners that Jesus used examples of good people and bad people in order to teach his followers right from wrong. Some of the worst offenders in Jesus' day were the clergy of his day. Jesus' divine mercy is available to all who sincerely repent of their sins. But many choose not to choose to seek Jesus gracious gift of mercy because they do no believe they are sinners. This is due, at least in part, to the poor formation by the clergy. Fr. Altman then provided two examples of clergy - one who displays holiness and one who does not. Here's a link to the video of the holy priest who begs for forgiveness. https://youtu.be/rp_LrrYAvUY
20 minutes | Apr 2, 2021
Fr. Heilman: Jesus Came To Testify To The Truth
Jesus came to testify to the truth. But today we live in a world where a circle is declared a square. We need to approach His thrown of grace with reverence and beg him for the restoration of His Church.
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