We Laugh Because We Believe

Month March 2007

Europe headed into twilight of history

I think that the Pope is being gentle with the Europeans. It seems to me to be beyond sliding into apostasy, rather it is like they are riding the log flume into apostasy with unabashed glee. See the story on… Continue Reading →

St. Rupert of Salzburg – Feast Day March 27

According to Catholic Online:Bishop and missionary. With the patronage of Duke Thedo of Bavaria, he took over the deserted town of luvavum about 697, which was renamed Salzburg, Austria. Therefore he is directly responsible for one of the greatest movie… Continue Reading →


Evan Sayet gives a talk at the Heritage Foundation and absolutely nails modern Liberalism. This is a must See:


The National Catholic Register has commentary by Father Owen Kearns about the missing Motu Proprio titled “What Happened to The Indult?”. See article here.This commentary honestly boggles my little mind. Father Kearns states that the indult is conspicuous by its… Continue Reading →

Good Advice

Take a look at some good advice by Father Z.Fr. Z’s 5 Rules of Engagement for When and If the Motu Proprio ComesHowever, IF and When the motu proprio ever is promulgated I intend on doing the Snoopy dance (behind… Continue Reading →

Who thinks this is a good idea?

Now scientists create a sheep that’s 15% human. This is the kind of stuff that begs for some fire and brimstone.Read the full article here.

Motu Proprio is “Really, Really Close”

Fr. Z. is reporting that the SSPX also suspect that the Motu Proprio will likely be released this week. We can only hope that this is truly it this time. Take a look:http://wdtprs.com/blog/2007/03/motu-proprio-is-really-really-close/ Patrick

Name That Motu Proprio

Since the Motu Proprio is clearly on the way, we will likely hear the name of the document soon. But it got me to thinking, what are some good names that will help reach a wide audience? So here is… Continue Reading →

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