19 04, 2019

Pro Divine Mercy From a Rad-Trad

By |2019-04-20T12:34:47+00:00April 19th, 2019|Theology|

Most "EWTN Catholics” (for lack of a better term) might be surprised to find that in the Traditional Latin Mass (TLM) world, there is sharp divide down the middle between those who believe that the private revelations of Sr. Faustina Kowalska are authentic, versus those who do not. I am referring to the Divine Mercy Diary, a book of private revelation written by a Polish nun in the 1930s.   A modern EWTN Catholic could, in an overly-facile manner, condemn traditionalists who are wary of the Divine Mercy message for just being “Jansenist” or “disobedient.”  This would be too easy and not fair.  Indeed, one must realize that many traditionalists [...]

11 02, 2018

How to Make a Good Confession

By |2019-04-05T04:22:32+00:00February 11th, 2018|Podcasts, Sermons, Talks|

This sermon begins with the heart's disposition for a good confession but moves quickly onto the nuts and bolts of the little known parts of confession, including little-known mortal sins.  In this sermon, I quote Hinduism Today on modern attempts to separate Yoga from its Hindu roots. (One thing I forgot to mention in this sermon is that although forgotten mortal sins are indeed forgiven in a good confession—where nothing was hidden—they still need to be confessed at the next confession.) This sermon was was given on Quinquagesima Sunday, 2018.

23 01, 2018

St. Mary of Egypt (Written Text)

By |2024-03-17T20:57:36+00:00January 23rd, 2018|Theology|

Here, I’m sharing what I believe to be the greatest ancient account of God’s forgiveness and transformative mercy. It is about a female sex-addict become a canonized saint, St. Mary of Egypt, and it is my favorite short biography of any saint outside the Bible. The following events are promised to be true by its author, St. Zosima. His account takes place in the 4th century, in the deserts of both Egypt and Jordan... The Life of Our Holy Mother, St Mary of Egypt By St Sophronius, Patriarch of Jerusalem, 4th century "It is good to hide the secret of a king, but it is glorious to reveal and preach the [...]

23 04, 2017

Divine Mercy Sunday Sermon

By |2019-04-05T16:11:09+00:00April 23rd, 2017|Podcasts, Sermons, Talks|

In our traditional Latin calendar, this is also called Dominica in Albis or "White-Sunday."  It is also called "Low Sunday."  My podcasts are back after some technical difficulties (which I honestly believe were preternatural, as there was no natural explanation why the last recordings did not work.)  In any case, please pray for the protection of my ministries in the parish, at the abortion mill, in the streets and even online.  Happy Divine Mercy Sunday!

23 04, 2017

Why you should stop confessing pornography

By |2018-02-04T16:51:13+00:00April 23rd, 2017|Theology|

Really, a better title of this article is "Why to stop confessing pornography badly." Or: “Why confession without amendment will still lead to the loss of your soul.” People do not realize the danger in confessing pornography without a firm resolution of amendment to totally change their life.  That is the purpose of this blog post. Going to confession within a week (before or after) of Divine Mercy Sunday totally relieves the soul of not only the eternal effects of sin (hell) but also the temporal effects of sin (purgatory.) Jesus said to St. Faustina, "The soul that will go to Confession and receive Holy Communion shall obtain complete forgiveness [...]

26 03, 2017

Laetare Sunday

By |2019-04-05T17:52:10+00:00March 26th, 2017|Podcasts, Sermons, Talks|

This sermon is from my 8am Laetare low Mass. However, between the low Mass and the 10am Sung Mass, I was attacked by ants while talking to a parishioner outside our mission chapel! Separated by a few seconds of music on this podcast, I decided to also post that short 10am sermon. Thus, the last five minutes of this podcast is an improv sermon about the ants, but it ties especially into today’s readings and the most Holy Eucharist.

7 03, 2017

Baby Leah’s Funeral

By |2017-03-07T00:58:42+00:00March 7th, 2017|Podcasts, Sermons, Talks|

I buried a premature baby today in Louisiana, and this is the sermon I gave. It was made public with the permission of the parents, because they believed there was a message people had to hear in this podcast. If you are reading this podcast description on iTunes, please also visit my blog to see the picture at the top of the casket that the baby's father made for her in his woodworking shop. I'll also include some sites and footnotes that I referenced in this sermon. I spoke in the sermon about the length of eternity, and here is a blog post I wrote with that same "beach of [...]

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