Wednesday, April 18, 2018

So is there a hell or not!?

Father talks about the trip to Rome he and several members of Immaculate Conception Church just returned from. A viewer writes in claiming the new post-1968 ordinations are certainly valid, so he's gone back to the Novus Ordo priests. Father also comments on the latest scandal from Francis about there being no hell and his never correcting these statements himself.

Sunday, April 8, 2018

Sunday, April 1, 2018

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

What did Jesus teach?

Father answers a question about what Our Lord taught during the forty days between the resurrection and His ascension. Other questions include conversion and consecration, hermeticism and modernism and more on marrying your first cousin.

Friday, March 23, 2018

Capitalism

Tom and Father Jenkins go through several questions, mostly from a single viewer, about capitalism. Questions asked include is it evil, how do corporations like Amazon get so big and the corruption in business and government that ensues, money and the guilds of the Middle Ages, Our Lord's parable of the men with the talents and more.

Sunday, March 18, 2018

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Why so much on Francis?

Among other questions, Father responds to a viewer who wants to know why the shows discussion so often turns to Francis. Also asked are questions on the SSPV, sedevacantism, jurisdiction and following tradition.

Friday, March 9, 2018

Chaldean Catholics

Father Jenkins and Tom Naegele respond to a question about the Chaldean Catholic rite of the Church. The viewer asks about the situation of the Chaldeans and their traditional liturgy in relation to Rome compared to groups like the SSPV. Father also answers questions about the "three days of darkness", saints and mortal sin and frozen embryos.

Thursday, March 1, 2018

Billy Graham's Legacy

Father Jenkins reflects on the death of Protestant minister Billy Graham and his long-time ministry of misrepresenting the Gospel of Our Lord. Father and Tom also discuss the recent shooting incident in Florida, a Novus Ordo bishop in Kentucky being invited to an SSPX chapel whom the priest there describes as "our bishop", the poor souls in Purgatory, our Sunday obligation and more.

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Sunday, February 25, 2018

Thursday, February 22, 2018

The Stations of the Cross of St. Alphonsus Ligouri.

We present our recording of Father Joseph Greenwell leading the members of Immaculate Conception Church in the Stations of the Cross for your Lenten devotion.

"Saint Francis" coming soon?

Father Jenkins and Tom Naegele discuss questions about Francis' visit to Chile and Peru, his response to sex abuse accusations and the nature of the gospel. On the topic of Paul VI being cannonized, Francis claims he and Benedict are themselves "on the waiting list"! Also covered are the difference between anger and hatred, art and representations of Our Lady and comments about Lenten practices.

Monday, February 19, 2018

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Sunday, February 18, 2018

Sunday Sermon First Sunday of Lent 2018

The Stations of the Cross

Father answers questions from viewers about the Stations of the Cross, is it a mortal sin to go to una cum Masses and meditating in the manner of eastern mystics for a Catholic.

Sunday, February 11, 2018

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

More on Thuc and the Chinese Catholics

Father Jenkins responds to something said by the author of an open letter to Bishop Kelly about the Thuc consecrations. The author misrepresents what Father said in discussing with the viewer about the Thuc situation. Father Jenkins clarifies the problem raised by our viewer. Finally, the problem of Francis betraying the Chinese Catholics in favor of the communist patriotic association. This was the topic of the previous show and is enlarged upon here.

Sunday, February 4, 2018

Sunday Sermon Sexagesima Sunday 2018

Chinese Catholics, Francis and his thirty pieces of silver

Father comments on events with the modern Vatican II church and China. Francis has sold out the underground Catholics loyal to the (Vatican II) church and Our Lord in deference to the Chinese Communist party. Francis seems deteremined to completely unravel anything left of what people think of as Catholicism in the world today.

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

The Murder of John Paul I

Father discusses the possibility that John Paul I was murdered, the circumstances surrounding his death and its connection with the Vatican Bank scandal at the time involving mafia banker Roberto Calvi, who himself turned up dead in London in 1982. Other subjects include marrying ones cousin and ploygamy in the Old Testament and the Novus Ordo "Eucharistic Prayers".

Sunday, January 28, 2018

Friday, January 26, 2018

The Attributes of God and the Fall of Lucifer


A viewer asks Father how, if Lucifers soul was perfect, did he succumb to pride and fall, and how did he convince a third of the angels to follow him.

Father responds with a lengthy discussion of the nature of God, the angles and man. He explains how the nature of Lucifer and the angels is such that they are capable of failing in their will even though they knew everything they needed to know to see the consequences of their decision. This is also why they cannot repent of their choice, unlike us and our flawed understanding. Being composite creatures (composed of act and potency) they are capable of change and thus the choice they made, versus God who is pure act and cannot change. Tom gives an interesting insight into an aspect of American sign language and how the ideas of self-respect and self-esteem are expressed with the hands.

Other topics include a clarification, thanks to a viewer, on Putin, some follow-up from the Final Arrangements show, and the scandals occuring at a Novus Ordo school in Britain. If you would like to study further the philisophical points mentioned by Father Jenkins in this show, a good place to start would be Five Proofs of the Existence of God by Dr. Edward Feser, which can be purchased here.

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Catholics and Final Arrangements

Tom and Father Jenkins begin with a question about what Catholics should consider when planning for their passing, wills, power of attorney, providing for dependents, etc. Other topics include more on the Thuc bishops and necessity, can we call protestants Christians and comments Vladimir Putin has made about Christianity being like communism because they both share (masonic) values like "freedom, brotherhood, equality, justice". It's enough to make you want to join a Lodge.

Friday, January 12, 2018

The Finding of the Child Jesus

Father Jenkins responds to a viewers question about a difficult passage in the Gospel, Our Lady and St. Jospeph finding the 12 year old Jesus in the Temple in Jersusalem. How could Our Lord allow Mary and Joseph to leave, not realizing Jesus was not with them? Would this not have caused them great anguish? Other topics include how JPII could truthfully be called "Mary's Pope" given all the objectively evil things he did, the upcoming Pro-Life marches in Washington D.C. and Cincinnati, and whether Oprah should run for president!

Friday, January 5, 2018

The SSPX and Power Outages

Father Jenkins and Tom Naegele take a look at the so-called "Nativity Scenes" the Novus Ordo is displaying in St. Peter's Square and in Fatima. The perverse mentality behind these displays should be enough to alert anyone to the true nature of the Vatican II church. Another topic covered is the SSPX, problems attending their chapels and whether one should instead stick with an indult parish and work to bring it fully to tradition. Father also recounts an interesting conversation he had at the Atlanta airport during its recent power outage with a young woman who described herself as a "thinking atheist".