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Category Archives: Sacrmnts

What to Do If You Have No Mass

Ten Tips from Bishop Daniel L. Dolan   I AM OFTEN asked, “What should I do if I have no Mass?” First, it is not a sin to miss Mass due to great distance or other serious excusing circumstances. It is a sin, however, to attend the Novus Ordo. It is also a sin, objectively […]

Personal Recollections of Abp. Thuc

  A priest who lived with the archbishop as a seminarian in 1982–3 offers insights into the prelate’s personality and character. By Rev. Anthony Cekada   IN A PREVIOUS post, I presented a video I had made on the validity of the episcopal consecration conferred by Archbishop Pierre-Martin Ngo-dinh-Thuc in 1981. The video deals mainly […]

Abp. Thuc: A Conversation with Fr. Cekada

A video from True Restoration Media and some links   ANYONE familiar with my writings and the history of the traditionalist movement knows that while I was initially skeptical of the validity of the episcopal consecrations Archbishop Pierre-Martin Ngô-dinh-Thuc conferred on three traditional Catholic priests in 1981, I became firmly convinced of their validity, once […]

Divorce Bergoglio Style

Francis applauds “profound theology” that blesses adultery. by Rev. Anthony Cekada JUST ABOUT anyone who claims to be a Catholic can tell you that the Church teaches that divorce and remarriage are forbidden. He might even be able to tell you that the teaching is not just a “Church” law, but one that comes from […]

SSPX Bishops on Bishops and “Bishops”

Williamson on Dolan, Tissier on “Neo” Bishops, Fellay on Both by Rev. Anthony Cekada OVER THE past few weeks, the topic of episcopal consecrations has come up several times. Bergoglio (“Pope Francis”) consecrated two bishops using the post-Vatican II rite; Bishop Daniel L. Dolan celebrates the twentieth anniversary of his episcopal consecration in the traditional […]

Saved by Context? The ’68 Rite of Episcopal Consecration

QUESTION: Like you, I believe the Conciliar rite of episcopal consecration to be invalid, and that this invalidity is amply supported by your two articles. However, an acquaintance of mine… said the following, [after quoting for me ¶¶ 26-27 of the rite] “Sorry guys. I can no longer consider this rite invalid, at least not […]

General Confession as Social Control

TRADITIONAL Catholics who live in areas with several traditionalist chapels sometimes move from chapel to chapel, either temporarily or permanently, and for a great variety of reasons. In the Greater Cincinnati area, one of the “options” available is Immaculate Conception Church (IC) in Norwood, operated by Father William Jenkins of Bishop Clarence Kelly’s Society of […]

Smog-O-Scopus: Bp. Williamson on the New Ordination Rite

In a November 15 post on his blog, Dinoscopus, Bishop Richard Williamson SSPX dismisses an argument against the 1968 priestly ordination rite with the following comment: “But the argument above, to arrive at its conclusion, would have to prove that Conciliar documents and reforms in themselves positively exclude the Catholic priesthood and religion, because so […]

Baptism of Desire = Perfect Charity or Contrition

QUESTION: On the subject of baptism of desire and blood, when I question the subject on one traditional website to a priest and say I believe in it, I am told I am in heresy. If I tell a priest on another traditional website that I am against it, he tells me I am in […]

The ’68 Consecration Rite and Lutheran Orders

ON JUNE 26, 2008, the conservative Novus Ordo website Rorate Coeli published an article criticizing those modernist theologians who promote the notion that Lutheran ministers may indeed possess valid apostolic succession. (This would mean that the sacraments they confer are all valid.) This came on the heels of Rorate’s 14 June 2008 article, “Got a […]