Latin Mass

Bishop Athanasius Schneider discusses liturgy, priesthood, doctrinal confusion, immigration, Synod on the Youth

“When people are really persecuted, you need to help them. But as for the phenomenon of the European so-called immigration, it is clear and evident by what we can observe, that this is an orchestrated action …” By Paul Senz, July 6, 2018 The Most Reverend Bishop Athanasius Schneider... read more

Catholic youth preparing correction of controversial pre-synodal document

By Claire Chretien May 15, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – On Pentecost – this coming Sunday – a group of Catholic youth expect to publish a summary of what was left out of the “pre-synod” document presented to Pope Francis in March. They hope to distribute it to bishops going to the synod on... read more

Pontifical Mass With Archbishop Sample in DC

By Steve Skojec, April 30, 2018 I spent last Saturday in DC, attending the Pontifical High Mass offered by Archbishop Sample of Portland, Oregon, in thanksgiving of the tenth anniversary of Summorum Pontificum. The last time such an event was held in main body of the largest Catholic church in... read more

The Latin Liturgy Appeals to Catholic Youth

By Fr. John A. Perricone, May 4, 2018 Washington D.C. is no stranger to making history. This past Saturday was no exception. You would not have found throngs of people marching with angry placards, but hundreds of Catholics on their knees. They were not assembled at the National Mall, but at the... read more

Pope Dissolves Order Bringing Needed Vocations to the Belgian Church

By Marco Tosatti, April 17, 2018 The Pope signs the decree of dissolution of the Fraternity of the Holy Apostles of Brussels, which had been providing a considerable number of priests and seminarians in the ecclesial desert of Belgium. A blow carried out without waiting for the ecclesiastical... read more

Citing growing interest in Traditional Latin Mass, Archbishop Chaput creates quasi-parish

Philadelphia, Pa., Apr 12, 2018 / 12:49 am (CNA/EWTN News).- A new quasi-parish for Catholics interested in the Traditional Latin Mass will open in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia at a church that had been part of a 2014 parish merger. “In response to a growing interest, it has become timely... read more

Shocking results!

Study finds that visiting and seeing the design of traditional churches and cathedrals among leading reasons young people convert to Christianity April 9, 2018 According to a recently released study, visiting beautiful churches and cathedrals are one of the top reasons that influences the... read more

On liturgy and orthodoxy, the synod document forgot our voices

by John Monaco, 30 Mar 2018 We expressed our affection for the Extraordinary Form and the Church's hard teachings. The official write-up downplayed both This year’s synod, the 2018 Synod of Bishops on Youth, Faith, and Vocational Discernment is slated to begin in October, but the... read more

An Open Letter to Pope Francis from a ‘Bold’ Youth

By John A. Monaco, March 29, 2018 Your Holiness, It is with a spirit of faith, hope, and love that I write this letter to you, the vicar of Christ on earth, the successor to St. Peter, the point of unity for all Catholic Christians. Truly, the Petrine office is one to which I faithfully... read more

Cardinal Cupich Removes Pastor of St. John Cantius After Allegations of “Improper Conduct”

By Steve Skojec, March 19, 2018 Editor’s note: yesterday, we received a flurry of messages and emails about a very unexpected situation at St. John Cantius in Chicago, an epicenter of the restoration of Catholic tradition not just for America, but the world. The pastor, Fr. Frank Phillips, had... read more

The Benedict experiment

by Damian Thompson, Thursday, 1 Feb 2018 Five years on, his resignation is still shocking On the morning of February 11, 2013, cardinals gathered in the Vatican’s Apostolic Palace were shifting in their seats, waiting for Pope Benedict XVI to conclude the relatively mundane business of... read more