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10 Basilicas in the United States of America

1) Basilica of St. Lawrence – Asheville, NC The Minor Basilica of St. Lawrence the Deacon & Martyr is a minor basilica of the Roman Catholic Church in downtown Asheville, North Carolina, United States. The church was designed and built in 1905 by Spanish architect Rafael Guastavino along with his fellow architect R. S. Smith and […]

Magisterial Authority & the Binding Force of Tradition ~ Fr Ripperger

Here are a series of lectures that Fr Ripperger gave a few years ago & I’ve included the books that go with these lectures as well.  These are must haves for today’s confusing times. Today, much confusion is created when a current Pope appears to contradict an earlier Pope, council, or whatever magisterial act you […]

Kolbe Center for Creation Conference 2018: Evolution Refuted

We had the honor of attending the Kolbe Center for Creation Conference in Conception Missouri and filming the lectures.  Thank you to all who helped to get me out there to bring you all the lectures. Enjoy!    

Series on Marriage by Fr Ripperger

A tremendous series on marriage and the family.  Part 2 is for mature audiences only. For more by Fr Ripperger please visit SenTrad.org & his publishing site Sensus Traditionis Marriage Preparation Book

Ryan Grant on the Catholic Reformation

Ryan Grant of Mediatrix Press was in Northglenn, Colorado speaking on the events leading up to the Reformation and the Catholic response to it.  These were very enlightening and educational talks that will have you watching repeatedly to get all the facts down. To have Ryan speak at your parish please visit his site here For […]

Easter Sunday ~ DOM PROSPER GUÉRANGER

THE LITURGICAL YEAR BY THE VERY REV. DOM PROSPER GUÉRANGER, ABBOT OF SOLESMES PASCHAL TIME EASTER SUNDAY [Easter is the Anglo- Saxon word for April, and was derived, as Venerable Bede tells us, (in his book De temporum ratione c. 13,) from Easter, a goddess of our pagan ancestors. Others derive Easter from Oest, Oost […]

Spy Wednesday ~ Dom Prosper Gueranger

WEDNESDAY IN HOLY WEEK. The Chief Priests and the Ancients of the people, are met to-day, in one of the rooms adjoining the Temple, for the purpose of deliberating on the best means of putting Jesus to death. Several plans are discussed. Would it be prudent to lay hands upon him at this season of […]