Thursday, November 23, 2017

Fr. Jenkins is a Heretic?!

Father answers questions that have come in since the last show about the Thuc bishops, including an email accusing Archbishop Lefebvre of himself consecrating non-Catholics and calling Fr. Jenkins a heretic. Is Father Jenkins a heretic? Father also makes suggestions for starting a personal Catholic library, discusses protestant prayers, including in mixed family settings, and the role of the Jews in the current troubles of the Church and the world.

Friday, November 17, 2017

Charity and the Thuc Bishops

In this show, entirely devoted to the controversy of the Thuc consecrations, Father Jenkins answers questions sent in by viewers in response to our last program on this topic. Viewers ask Father if, out of charity towards Thuc adherents, especially Father Cekada, he shouldn’t concede some of the points they have made in debating this problem. Among the questions sent in, Father Jenkins is asked about the need for witnesses during a consecration, whether or not being consecrated a bishop makes one a Catholic and the role of Catholic Tradition.

Click the link below to view the earlier show:
http://wcbohio.blogspot.com/2017/02/the-thuc-concecrations.html

Saturday, November 11, 2017

St. John Lateran & Virtues

While Father Jenkins takes a number of questions, he gives a very nice talk about St. John Lateran in Rome, many of the historical artifacts you can see there and the Scala Sancta. Father also discusses the virtues, is it enough to teach them alone, the 3 stages of the spiritual life and more.

Friday, November 3, 2017

The Origins of WCB

A viewer asks Father Jenkins about how this show got started. Father recounts how he and members of the mission in Cleveland began the program to reach out to anyone looking for the real Roman Catholic faith. Father also talks about some of the various guests that have appeared on the show over the years. Also discussed are talk of St. Peter's remains being taken to Fatima, the background on the five first Saturdays and more.

Saturday, October 28, 2017

Cantate Domino

Father Jenkins adds a few comments regarding the discussion about Baptism of Desire that's been going on, particularly in reference to Pope Eugene IV and his Cantate Domino. A viewer asks about the twisted crucifix John Paul II was known for and having one on a rosary. Another viewer asks about an ecumenical vespers serivce the Novus Ordo and Lutherans had in Helena, Montana to commemorate the 500th anniversary of Martin Luthers' revolt. Curious, our own Fr. Martin Skierka wasn't invited. Must have been an oversight.