Sunday, October 15, 2017

Sunday Sermon • 19th Sunday after Pentecost

Baptism of Desire Explained

Father Jenkins explains what the Catholic Church has always taught regarding Baptism of Desire. What it is, and why the Church teaches this are covered. This video is in part a response to the propagating of errors regarding this topic and personal attacks against Father Jenkins. It is hoped the content of this show will help clear up the confusion surrounding this topic for those who seek to know the Church's teaching and might be considering seeking answers from the Brothers Grimm.

Votive Mass of the Immaculate Conception • October 13th, 2017

Sunday Sermon Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Friday, October 13, 2017

Holidays and the return of Barbarism

Father Jenkins and Tom Naegele begin by responding to a question about Columbus Day and recent attempts to rename it "Indigenous Peoples" day. Discussed are barbaric practices of many of the tribes found by the Spanish when they arrived contrasted with the idyllic, overly romanticized picture of them modern liberals like to paint. Other topics touched on include the Jesuits and their suppression and converting Novus Ordo relatives.

Friday, October 6, 2017

The Las Vegas Massacre

Father Jenkins comments on the recent horrific tragedy in Las Vegas, Nevada. Father and Tom talk about the larger causes of what happened including the abortion industry and the general degrading of the value of human life in our society. Ultimately, the question becomes not how can this happen, but how can this not happen, when human life and the value of the soul are systematically reduced to nothing, then killings like Las Vegas become inevitable. Later, Father talks more about the "correctio" of Bergoglio and the various doings in the Vatican.

Sunday, October 1, 2017

Sunday Sermon Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost

Sunday Sermon • 17th Sunday after Pentecost

Francis, heresy and racism

Father Jenkins discusses the accusations of heresy against Francis, the political actions involving the dubia, the correctio and the cardinals and clergy instigating these things. Father then answers a question from a viewer about racism and political correctness.