by Andromeda “I say to you: but unless you shall do penance, you shall all likewise perish.” Luke 13:3 The novel idea which claimed, and still claims, that modern man is exempt from the precepts of the Gospel, ‘because times have changed,’ entered into, and firmly established itself in the Catholic ethos during the post conciliar period of the Church. We were, it was proclaimed, to enter into a new Springtime, throwing off the dark and dowdy ways of thinking and being, and by so inaugurating a new human fraternity which would bring about a heaven right here on earth. It followed as a natural consequence of this happy hypothesis, [...]
Guest Author: Andromeda Prologue: Until today, I had never heard of Professor Albert Drexel (1889-1997). He was born in Hohenems, in the Voralberg Province of Austria and was the third of five brothers, who, like him, were all priests. He was ordained in 1914. He held three doctorates in philology (i.e. study of language, strongly connected to the study of etymology). A week or so ago, I had started to formulate a desire to implore help from The Mother of God, namely, in the form of a visible sign that I could clearly understand. Knowing the seriousness of such a favor, and with childlike hope, I let it sit, and [...]
Catechism of Pope St. Pius X (CPX) p. 87-91. Q/A 36-59 The Golden Key to Paradise Perfect Contrition: https://www.tfp.org/why-you-urgently-need-the-golden-key-to-paradise-perfect-contrition/ https://youtu.be/5vjnFYXJRxA
Thoughts on how things have changed in higher education https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aYjE7igRphI&t=27s
Thoughts on upcoming events. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ymjeek_EcgY&t=39s
Readings from the Second Sunday after Pentecost. https://youtu.be/0Jg86Nxyoio p/c Laura Rowe in West Texas.
Stations of the Cross, written by Fr. Simoulin, read by Fr. David.