What’s more valuable? A Mass or a McDonald Meal

A few days ago I went to my old parish St. Anthony of Padua in Fitchburg for morning mass rather than my current parish. As I was looking at the parish bulletin I was shocked to see the weekday masses all empty in terms of intentions. It is a simple fact of life, or death, … Continue reading What’s more valuable? A Mass or a McDonald Meal

Under the Fedora Latin and English, Biden & History, NYT vs Alex Stephens, LGBTQ vs Legal Documents, Dick’s Vs Guns

My post on Canon Turner's 1st Mass got a lot of attention considering it wasn't instalanched and I wanted to make a point that might have been unclear.  I have been to the Latin mass before just not a high mass of the type that was on display.  Personally I think it would be healthy … Continue reading Under the Fedora Latin and English, Biden & History, NYT vs Alex Stephens, LGBTQ vs Legal Documents, Dick’s Vs Guns

Trump, Election 2020 and The Optimism of a Latin Mass.

A few days ago I attended the 1st Mass of Canon Edward Turner of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest who was ordained in Rome on July 4th as a Catholic priest. The Mass was a solemn high mass of the 1962 rite held at St John the Guardian of our lady Parish at … Continue reading Trump, Election 2020 and The Optimism of a Latin Mass.

Report from Louisiana: Fete Dieu du Teche

By: Pat Austin ARNAUDVILLE, LA – I’m not Catholic by faith, but this is the coolest thing I’ve seen lately. Just beautiful. Each year on August 15, Acadians participate in Fete-Dieu du Teche, which is “a 38-mile, all-day boat procession down the Bayou Teche that celebrates the arrival of the Acadians more than 250 years … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: Fete Dieu du Teche

How Dare God leave us when we asked him to

Today is the feast of the Transfiguration http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/15019a.htm and as such it is an excellent time to answer a question I've been hearing concerning the Dayton and El Paso shootings, particularly from the non-religious: "Were was God when this was going on?" The short answer is: " Where you expect him to be?" For nearly … Continue reading How Dare God leave us when we asked him to

Reminder Taking Prayer Intentions for this Week’s Your Prayer Intentions Show

Simply leave your prayer request in comments. If you want to avoid details just leave a common saying "private" I'll be recording the show tomorrow or Wednesday morning for WQPH 89.3 FM shirley Fitchburg. The show is broadcast Saturday at noon EST

Lenten Reflections 2nd Monday of Lent Eye Witness News

I've argued for a lot of years that the only reason to be a Christian in general and a Catholic in particular is because it is true, yesterday's readings talk about the evidence of same. One of the best logical arguments of the truth of the Gospel is the fact that a few weeks after … Continue reading Lenten Reflections 2nd Monday of Lent Eye Witness News

Lenten Reflections 2nd Sunday of Lent Paying the Bills

Yesterday there was a big huge jackpot in Powerball and as of this writing I don't know if I have suddenly become very very rich but I'm going to go out on a limb here and presume that I haven't. We often obsess over our comfort, and dream of wealth, brand new houses and the … Continue reading Lenten Reflections 2nd Sunday of Lent Paying the Bills

Roy Moore and The Once Saved Always Saved Fallacy

There is an angle concerning the Roy Moore case that nobody is talking about and that's the Theological Aspect. One of the things we are hearing from the Harvey Weinstein left and the Bill Clinton defending media concerning Moore is the hypocrisy of a person who is associated with Christianity in general and the Ten … Continue reading Roy Moore and The Once Saved Always Saved Fallacy

My advice as the Vatican Channels Sir Humphrey Appleby et/all

Let your 'Yes' mean 'Yes,' and your 'No' mean 'No.' Anything more is from the evil one. Matthew 5:37 James Hacker: Will you answer a direct question? Sir Humphrey Appleby: I strongly advise you not to ask a direct question. James Hacker: Why? Sir Humphrey Appleby: It might provoke a direct answer. James Hacker: Never … Continue reading My advice as the Vatican Channels Sir Humphrey Appleby et/all

Interviews from the EWTN Family Celebration in Worcester Williams, Warsaw, Grodi, Conroy, Radlicz and Pacwa

I told my story of the 2nd day of the EWTN family celebration in this post on Stacy McCain in Massachusetts. Because of the Buffet Books and Blather event I was not able to attend Saturday but Sunday was a grand time with Sunday Mass celebrated by Bishop McManus, Confessions throughout the day an area … Continue reading Interviews from the EWTN Family Celebration in Worcester Williams, Warsaw, Grodi, Conroy, Radlicz and Pacwa

Steven McVey of The Augustine Institute at the 2017 Catholic Marketing Network

I speak to Steven McVey of The Augustine Institute at the 2017 Catholic Marketing Network Their web site is here. The Rest of my Catholic Marketing Network posts are here.

Voices of the Catholic Marketing Network Tom Nash Author What did Jesus DO

I spoke to Tom Nash about his book What did Jesus DO at the 2017 Catholic Marketing Network You can buy his book here The Rest of my Catholic Marketing Network posts are here.

Voices of the Catholic Marketing Network Richard Atkins Fundamentally Catholic

I spoke to Richard Atkins of Fundamentally Catholic at the Catholic Marketing Network Event Their website is here The Rest of my Catholic Marketing Network posts are here.

Voices of the Catholic Marketing Network Author Christopher Sparks

I spoke to young author Christoper Sparks about his book, How Can You Still be Catholic You can buy his book here The Rest of my Catholic Marketing Network posts are here.