Today I am linking to a recent video from Return to Tradition, in which Anthony Stine examines the latest statements of Francis/Bergoglio concerning the nature of the Mass. Over and above all the other heresies and abuses of the past nine-plus years, this regime’s attempts to complete the Protestantization of the Sacred Liturgy, by putting … Continue reading Francis and the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass: This is Not Catholicism
In the seventh Lectio in today’s (9/3/21) Divine Office of Matins, (Divino Afflatu version, available online at DivinumOfficium.com), for the Feast of Pope St. Pius X, there is this little gem from a homily of St. Augustine, discussing John 21:15-17: “Those who have this purpose in feeding the flock of Christ, that they may have … Continue reading Remind You of Anyone?
Since the election of Donald J. Trump as President of the United States, there has been a spike in social media traffic concerning something called "Qanon", with political leftists in an unusually elevated (even for them) state of agitation, and those on the right responding more or less in kind. If you're really bored, run … Continue reading The Gospels, “Q”, and “The Synoptic Problem”
One of the many feasts and devotions soft-pedaled or dropped altogether from the Liturgical Calendar by the post-Vatican II Church, in its zeal to make Catholics act less Catholic, was the feast we "Trads" still celebrate today, that of the Maternity of the Blessed Virgin Mary. It is one of the newer of the Marian … Continue reading Feast of the Maternity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
The Holy Church celebrates most saints on the date of their death; that is, the date of their "birth" into eternal life. Only three feasts commemorate anyone's birth: Christmas, most obviously; the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, and the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin, which we mark today, September 8, nine months after the … Continue reading The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
(Note: Copied with minor additions from the "About Me" page on this site.) TxTradCatholic is both my Twitter handle and a shorthand clue to what I'm about. I am a Texan (transplanted from the Midwest 20-plus years ago by my then-employer), and a Catholic of traditionalist orientation. My name is Frank, and I'm a retired, … Continue reading About Me (Or: Who needs another Catholic blog?)