Sunday, January 13, 2019

Married Priests, Masonic Cleansings, And Merciful Justice





On this episode of What Catholics Believe, Tom and Fr. Jenkins answer email questions:  • Was the First Vatican Council officially closed? If not, what are the ramifications?  • Why are priests not allowed to marry in the Roman Rite? Were they ever allowed to marry in the past?  • Is there a cleansing to get rid of Masonic influence in a family?  • What do you think of Climate Change Sunday?  • Is the phrase, “hate the sin,  not the sinner” Protestant or Catholic saying?  • And lastly, Fr. Jenkins explains ‘Why Mercy is nothing without Justice’. 

Saturday, December 29, 2018

Part 2: Mad Hatter's Tea Party meets Francis' "Synodal Church"





In this second part of a two part What Catholics Believe, Fr. Jenkins mentions a subtle shift he has noticed in the reporting on the clergy crisis in the conservative Novus Ordo medias. This is namely the concern they are showing towards those who are asking what may have stirred up Archbishop ViganĂ²’s allegations. All this time these medias have discussed that these predator men must go but not Francis, the one whom promotes and protects them. They are shying away from asking pertinent questions and instead taking their readers/listeners down dead end roads. These Novus Ordo medias are becoming the worst aspect of the sexual clergy cover-up.

Thursday, December 27, 2018

Sunday, December 23, 2018

Sunday Sermon • Fourth Sunday of Advent • 2018

Part 1: Will "Artificial Intelligence" become the Antichrist?







This is the first part of a two part What Catholics Believe, where Tom and Fr. Jenkins answer emails:  Will the Antichrist be like A.I. (Artificial Intelligence)?  • How does one incorporate injuries and illnesses in our daily lives into penance as asked in the Gospels?  • Were Fr. Malachi Martin, Fr. Gabriele Amorth, and Fr. McKenna true priests and were their exorcisms valid?  • What is the Little Rosary of the Immaculate Heart of Mary that St. Alphonsus Liguori mentions in the Glories of Mary?  • Is the Novus Ordo Missae not licit but still the valid sacrifice of Calvary?  • and lastly, Fr. Jenkins comments on the newest interview (http://tiny.cc/Salzburger) with Fr. Pagliarani, Superior General of the Society of Saint Pius X.