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 Viganò’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 ( with Fr. Pagliarani, Superior General of the Society of Saint Pius X.

Sunday, December 9, 2018

Vatican II and the Will of God

On this edition of What Catholics Believe, Tom and Fr. Jenkins discuss:  What is the difference between the active will of God and the passive will of God?  • What is the ‘Oath Against Modernism’?  • Is the ‘Oath Against Modernism’ binding upon successive popes?  • Can an encyclical be overturned by a later pope?  • Was Vatican II the result of God withholding his graces?  • What was the Miracle on the Vistula?  • How was ‘Humanae Vitae’ a restatement of previous Church teachings?  • How was ‘Humanae Vitae’ also different from previous Church teachings?  • Why do the members of the Novus Ordo have a myriad of views on morals?  • Lastly, Fr. Jenkins shares a few spiritual thoughts on preparation for the season of Advent.

Holy Day Sermon Feast of the Immaculate Conception 2018

Sunday, December 2, 2018

Questions: A Vigano conspiracy? Pope Leo XIII OK’s cocaine?

We return to the email inbox on this episode of What Catholics Believe. Among the many questions examined and answered: • Is it possible that Vigano is an actor and his letter was staged? • How does one go about rejecting the Novus Ordo and by whose authority? • What is a Catholic to do when they have no traditional Catholic priest available? • How to answer those whom have the approach that being quasi-traditional is better than nothing? • If it is sinful for one to smoke marijuana, wouldn’t it be logical to conclude it would also be sinful to use cocaine even if it were consumed in a drink? • In the Gospels are there more references by Our Lord, Jesus the Christ, to heaven or hell?

Friday, November 23, 2018

Questions: Negative talk - when forbidden, when required?

On this episode of What Catholics Believe, Tom and Fr. Jenkins return to the email inbox and they discuss:  • How to approach immodesty in the Pro-Life movement.  • The primary purpose of marriage as explained in the Catechism of the Council of Trent.  • What is the difference between gossiping and sharing grievances with a trustworthy confidant?

Sisci: Is the clergy abuse crisis good for Francis and the Church?

Excerpts are read from, ‘Viganò, a blessing in disguise for Francis’ written by Francesco Sisci and Fr. Jenkins offers further commentary. This provident article was published online on September 5th, 2018 by Settimana News and can be read at this link:

Friday, November 16, 2018

Is Sedevacantism Really Untenable?

On this episode of What Catholics Believe, Tom and Fr. Jenkins return to the email inbox and discuss:  • Why is no one commenting on or seems to be concerned that Abp. Viganò is in hiding for fear of his life.  • The illogic of Peter Kwasniewski’s article, “Why the troubles of this pontificate do not point to sedevacantism”  • Michael Matt’s wrong statement, ‘the problem isn’t modernism but apostasy!’  • How is Pius X’s reform of the Breviary (Divino afflatu) any different from the reforms of the Novus Ordo?

Thursday, November 8, 2018

Is Viganò’s life in danger?

This episode of What Catholics Believe opens with a discussion between Tom and Fr. Jenkins about Abp. Viganò: — Why is the story fading? — Why isn’t anyone reporting that Viganò is in hiding because he fears for his life? — Where is the media in all of this?  The show then proceeds to Fr. Jenkins answering questions from the email inbox: — What is the future of the Roman Catholic Church?  — What are the differences between the Novus Ordo Missae and the Traditional Latin Mass? — Why is communion given under only one species in the Traditional Latin Mass when the Novus Ordo, Orthodox, Protestants, et al. give both?

Sunday Sermon - Twenty-fourth Sunday after Pentecost 2018

Sunday, November 4, 2018

Remembering Father O'Connor

A return to email questions.  Tom asks Fr. Jenkins the following: What is Opus Dei besides the brain trust of the Novus Ordo? (Fr. Jenkins asks listeners to send more information on the secretive group.) Who was Fr. John O’Connor and how is what he did any different from what the SSPX is doing today?  What can the laity do to help exorcize Francis and the Novus Ordo church?  Does the SSPV say the 1958 Mass or the pre-1955 Mass and why?

Stay tuned after the credits for a brief clip of Fr. John O’Connor, O. P. from an old episode of What Catholics Believe. For those interested on the programs he appeared a playlist has been created on the youtube channel. It can also be found by typing in this address:

Friday, November 2, 2018

Clergy Crisis: Modernist PLAN to destroy Catholic priesthood • part 2

The second part of a two part episode returns to the topic of the information released by Abp. Viganò. Fr. Jenkins explains why the conservative media is puzzled by the reaction of the hierarchy to the crimes. Fr. Jenkins also importantly changes his position on the matter, as he no longer sees the abuse as collateral damage — instead the abuse is the another step in the ultimate result of the destruction of the priesthood. Once again, it is reiterated that this isn’t the Catholic Church but is modernism — Vatican II gave birth to this crisis.  Fr. Jenkins reads excerpts from a Novus Order presider’s letter which states and explains: the Novus Ordo church attempts to seduce you and get you to assume their corrupt mentality. Failing that the Novus Ordo church then plays the victim card in order to get you to assume their corrupt mentality. The modernists want people to believe that the Catholic Church has failed them. As Voltaire once wrote, “annihilate the wretch”, the wretch being the Catholic Church. Fr. Jenkins explains Francis’ role in all of this as well as the modernist hierarchy’s.

Thursday, November 1, 2018

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Clergy Crisis: Modernist PLAN to destroy Catholic priesthood • part 1

The first part of a two part episode returns to the topic of the information released by Abp. Viganò. Fr. Jenkins explains why the conservative media is puzzled by the reaction of the hierarchy to the crimes. Fr. Jenkins also importantly changes his position on the matter, as he no longer sees the abuse as collateral damage — instead the abuse is the another step in the ultimate result of the destruction of the priesthood. Once again, it is reiterated that this isn’t the Catholic Church but is modernism — Vatican II gave birth to this crisis.  Fr. Jenkins reads excerpts from a Novus Order presider’s letter which states and explains: the Novus Ordo church attempts to seduce you and get you to assume their corrupt mentality. Failing that the Novus Ordo church then plays the victim card in order to get you to assume their corrupt mentality. The modernists want people to believe that the Catholic Church has failed them. As Voltaire once wrote, “annihilate the wretch”, the wretch being the Catholic Church. Fr. Jenkins explains Francis’ role in all of this as well as the modernist hierarchy’s.

Sunday, October 28, 2018

Saturday, October 20, 2018

Why They MUST Silence Viganò!

In this special edition of What Catholics Believe, Fr. Jenkins addresses the recent letter of Cardinal Ouellet and the recent statement of Cardinal Cupich concerning Abp. Viganò’s allegations. Fr. Jenkins demonstrates how Viganò’s allegations are being proven true and how Francis is the man whom they (The Pact of the Catacombs & the St. Gallen Group) have chosen for the mission of pushing Vatican II down the throats of the people. The ultimate problem isn’t the abuse but the Novus Ordo itself which is born of Modernism.

Atheists, Admirers of John Paul II, & Francis worship

On this episode of What Catholics Believe, Tom and Fr. Jenkins return to the email inbox. Among the questions answered are: how does one deal with staunch atheists?; what do you think of admirers of John Paul II and Francis?; and what is the reason behind all the celebrity endorsements of Francis and the recent films lauding him?

Thursday, October 18, 2018

An Introduction to the Devout Life

In this episode, Tom and Fr. Jenkins examine St. Francis de Sales’ Philothea, or An Introduction to the Devout Life. How a double-minded man is also a double-hearted man; why confession is so powerful and puts one on the path to a perfect love for God; the purgative way — how to break free from mortal sin and its imprisoning orbit; placing oneself in the presence of God before one prays; how meditation and prayer are intertwined; and lastly how Our Lord’s life is the textbook for our life.

Sunday, October 14, 2018

Sunday Sermon - Twenty-first Sunday after Pentecost

Archbishop Lefebvre at Vatican II

Tom and Fr. Jenkins return to answer viewers emails: did any bishop at the Second Vatican Council hold to the Faith; how do traditional Catholic convents and seminaries run in times such as these; what is supplied jurisdiction; and lastly, what changes were made in the Holy Week and why?

Friday, October 12, 2018

The Gosnell Film and Abortion

On this episode, Fr. Jenkins discusses: the movie, Gosnell: The Trial of America's Biggest Serial Killer; Sedeprivationism, Cassiciacum Thesis, “Papa dubius, papa nullus”, and Sededubitism; and what are traditional Catholics to believe about the creation story in Genesis.

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

The Open Letter of Marc Ouellet

Fr. Jenkins comments on Cardinal Marc Ouellet’s ‘Open Letter’.  The ‘Open Letter’ is a response to Abp. Viganò’s appeal to Cardinal Ouellet to confirm that the allegations made in Viganò’s letter of 22 August 2018 are true.  Ouellet writes to disprove Viganò’s allegations but in fact ends up in confirming them as demonstrated by Fr. Jenkins.

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Francis Betrays Chinese Catholics

Father Jenkins returns to answering emails: is it correct to avoid attending Mass offered by a sedevacantist priest out of fear of offending Our Lord; how does one leave the Novus Ordo and become a Catholic; what is John Paul II's 'theology of body'; and what happens to unbaptized children whom were miscarried.  Tom and Fr. Jenkins then discuss who is a 'child of God'.  Lastly, the dialogue turns towards the recent agreement between the Vatican and the Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association with emphasis on how this parallels Bp. Fellay's statement in early September that, "the modern church recognizes us as Catholics."

Be sure to check out the new series on Modernism • Pascendi Dominici Gregis Explained • at this address -

Friday, September 28, 2018

Francis says: "I am the Devil"

In this special edition of What Catholics Believe, Father Jenkins comments on recent remarks made by Francis concerning two subjects.  The first being the Novus Ordo accepting the communists bishops created by Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association and the agreement signed with the Red Chinese government.  Francis boasts that God sent him a sign that bringing the Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association into his Novus Ordo fold was the right the thing to do.  What was the sign?  Simply, that the Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association supports Francis in his fight against those who want to expose and correct presider sexual abuse in his church.  Francis then has the audacity to state that the agreement he signed with the Communist Chinese government is no different than the Church's behavior of the past.  What a lie and how evil!  The second is Francis stating, "I am the devil".

Thursday, September 27, 2018

Disfiguring the Catholic Church • (Pascendi #2)

In this second part of a special series of What Catholics Believe, on the papal encyclical, Pascendi dominici gregis ("Feeding the Lord's Flock"), Fr. Jenkins discusses sections #4 - #10, examining: the division of the encyclical; modernist teaching; agnosticism's philosophical foundation; vital immanence; and the consequences of the disfigurement of religion.  Covered in those: are how the first thing destroyed by modernism is the intellect (which is how one knows God and the Truth); how modernism is a 'faith experience'; how science and history are limited by this; the role 'sentiment' plays; and how the modernist mind is worse than schizophrenic. All these things are the foundation of their beliefs and are an never ending process which ultimately will lead (if followed to their conclusion) to one world government, one world religion, and the anti-Christ.

Pascendi dominici gregis ("Feeding the Lord's Flock"), was promulgated by Pope Saint Pius X on 8 September 1907.  Pascendi dominici gregis can be read here:

The Anti-Faith for the Anti-Religion for the Anti-Christ • (Pascendi #1)

In this special series of What Catholics Believe, Fr. Jenkins begins his discussion (sections #1 - #3) on the Papal encyclical, Pascendi dominici gregis ("Feeding the Lord's Flock"), promulgated by Pope Saint Pius X on 8 September 1907. This is the first in a series on the encyclical examining the doctrines of the modernists. Pascendi dominici gregis can be read here:

Friday, September 21, 2018

The Bad Fruits of the Novus Ordo

Fr. Jenkins answers emails: explaining why is it just as important not to follow a modernist pope as it is to worry that you will be judged for not following Rome; why modernism is the cause of the rot; answers ‘Was the Church in need of improvement before Vatican II?’; discusses why modernism isn’t Catholicism and the Novus Ordo isn’t the Catholic Church; and how to become a Catholic and where to find the Faith.

Catechism Lesson 36: The Third Commandment

Father Jenkins discusses chapter 35 of Fr. Cogans' book, "A Brief Catechism for Adults". This chapter covers the Third Commandment and is the third chapter in a sequence covering the Commandments. Plus a short supplement covering what Fr. Cogan did't cover in his book. This program was recorded 2 September 2018 & 19 September 2018.

Sunday, September 16, 2018

The Birth of the Blessed Virgin Mary - Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost 2018

Our apologies once again for the very poor audio quality this week. A solution is being looked into now, we hope to have the problem rectified for next Sundays' sermon. Thank you.

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

The Crucifixion of the Catholic Church

On this episode of What Catholics Believe — The Crucifixion of the Catholic Church — Fr. Jenkins answers emails and examines several topics.  The following are some of the email questions and subjects discussed: should Catholics elect a new Pope?; what is the difference between Catholicism and the Novus Ordo?; the role of Vatican II’s ‘Dignitatis humanae’ in the crimes of the Novus Ordo; Georg Gänswein’s 9/11 comment; Francis blaming the Viganò dossier and fallout on the great accuser, Satan; how what’s happening today mirrors the Passion of Our Lord; and lastly a discussion of the feasts of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

Sunday, September 9, 2018

Sunday Sermon - Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Please excuse the audio difficulties.

Thursday, September 6, 2018

VigaNÒ! Renouncing Satan and his works

In the newest episode of What Catholics Believe, Fr.  Jenkins: updates listeners on latest fallout  concerning Abp. Viganò’s Dossier; discusses the roles of Vittorio Ettore Tedeschi & Abp. Viganò at the Vatican; how Abp. Viganò’s letter is related to VatiLeaks; talks about the Kim Davis story; examines the responsibility of Vatican II and the bishops who participated for this ‘New Springtime’ of sexual abuse; listens to Tom read emails from viewers and offers pertinent Catholic commentary; briefly reviews two papal encyclicals, Pascendi dominici gregis ( and Acerbo nimis (; and speaks of St. John Bosco’s vision in the Basilica of the Sacred Heart.

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Modernism’s Legacy of Perversion

A special edition of What Catholics Believe about the recent revelations of Abp. Viganò.  Fr. Jenkins reads a short monograph that was published this past Sunday, ‘People are asking:What Comes Next?’ which covers Francis reaction to Viganò’s letter and several possibilities of how this scandal will play out in the Novus Ordo church.  Fr. Jenkins then adds additional commentary with quotations from current news articles.  Next, excerpts and analysis of an interview ( from 1994 of Dr. William Coulson where he explains how he and Dr. Carl Rogers destroyed religious congregations with the use of psychotherapy.  The viewer will hear many common themes which Francis uses in this interview including: “Who Am I to Judge?”; encounter; and humanistic psychotherapy.  Lastly, it is shown how these sex scandals are a direct result of modernism as defined by Pius X in his encyclical ‘Pascendi dominici gregis’ ( and exalted at Vatican II.

Thursday, August 30, 2018

Giving Francis The Benefit Of The Doubt?

Father Jenkins makes a brief comment about Francis’ answer to the question asked by CBS reporter, Anna Matranga, during the flight back to Rome from Dublin and his interpretation of what Francis meant by it.

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Vigano Flees Francis' Homosexual Cabal

Fr. Jenkins discusses: the eleven page letter* written by Abp. Vigano (former papal nuncio to the United States from 2006-2016); the ramifications of Vigano’s letter; comments made by Msgr. Jean François Lantheaume; the bulletins of Fr. Edwin Palka on the corruption and blackmail of the Novus Ordo clergy by the active homosexuals & homosexual activists in the clergy; Francis statements about Catholics obsessing over abortion, marriage, and contraception; the reaction of Novus Ordo bishops around the world to Vigano’s letter; speculates on what is in store for the Novus Ordo hierarchy; Francis’ response to Vigano’s letter on the Dublin to Rome airplane flight; the past history between Vigano and Francis; and lastly the prayers and hope that Catholics wake up from their slumber and abandon the Novus Ordo church in order that they may return to the Catholic Church.

*The eleven page letter of Abp. Carlo Maria Viganò can be read here

Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Can This Really Be The Church?

On this episode of What Catholics Believe, Tom and Fr. Jenkins: discuss the report of the Pennsylvania grand jury concerning the amoral behavior in six Pennsylvania dioceses as well as the Society of St. John; comment on the new sacraments, new rites, new morals (or lack there of), and ask is this the behavior of the Catholic Church or the modernists & their Novus Ordo church?; ask why is the bishop of the diocese of Madison (Wisconsin) now speaking out?; examine Francis’ letter addressing the Pennsylvania scandals; explore the links between John Paul II, Obama, and Francis; analyze how Francis is not only destroying the concept of the papacy but also the priesthood; tackle the role of the Second Vatican Council’s ‘Dignitatis humanae’ (religious liberty) in all of this; and wrap-up with how ‘human dignity’ & homosexuality are connected.

Friday, August 17, 2018

Are You A Closet Socialist?

Fr. Jenkins addresses the growing cry in the world for "socialism" to replace "capitalism" from Francis in the Vatican to the classrooms of our colleges.  Where does this cry originate from?  Where does "socialism" ultimately lead its followers?

Thursday, August 16, 2018

Scandals in the News

In this episode of What Catholics Believe, Tom and Fr. Jenkins discuss:  Bp. Fellay’s 2013 comments on Francis and the Society’s flip-flop on modernist Rome; Fr. Thomas Rosica, “Pope Francis breaks Catholic traditions whenever he wants because he is ‘free from disordered attachments.’”; Francis’ recent use of the term “LGBT youth”; how modernism is worse than the ‘Invasion of the Body Snatchers’; the parallels between the Life of Christ and His Church; human dignity, the rights of man, and the Truth; homosexuals in the Novus Ordo and abuse — the cover-up and participation; standing with Christ; and St. Louis de Montfort on the last days.

Wednesday, August 8, 2018

The Moronic Madness of Modernism

This episode of What Catholics Believe covers a lot of ground.  Fr. Jenkins discusses: Francis changing the catechism’s teaching on the death penalty and how it relates to modernism; the recent truths that have come to light confirming rumors about Cardinal McCarrick and how his behavior is part of a larger plot to destroy the credibility of what the church was; thought control — whether it is promoted by socialists, communists, or the Novus Ordo, leads one down the path of the anti-Catholic New World Order (N.W.O.); Archbishop Fisichella’s recent statement concerning critics of Francis; (Prime Minister of Ireland) Leo Varadkar’s desire to meet with Francis and push same sex ‘marriages’; how members of the LGBT movement are the Brownshirts of the N.W.O.; and lastly, how all of these things collating together are a revolution against God’s intended order and Francis is the spiritual voice of this revolution.

Thursday, August 2, 2018

What Is Spiritual Direction?

On this episode of What Catholics Believe, What Is Spiritual Direction?, Fr. Jenkins: answers what is the role of a spiritual director and confessor; contrasts a spiritual director with the focus on God to a therapist who focuses one’s attention towards oneself; recommends five books on the spiritual life (see links below);  answers a viewer’s email about the Knights of Columbus, Francis worship, and where to seek the traditional Latin Mass;  answers another email concerning how to respond to someone who has never seen any abuses in the Novus Ordo and believes any abuses that exists are being eliminated;  and briefly touches on the rebranding of the SSPX.

Book Recommendations
Introduction To The Devout Life
Treatise On The Love Of God
Three Ages Of The Interior Life
Light And Peace
The Spiritual Combat

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

The Catholic Wage

Fr. Jenkins defines what a Catholic wage or just wage is and why business should pay their workers a living wage.  The discussion then turns to the ramifications in a society which pays non-Catholic wages and how this leads it to liberalism as well as socialism.  Many other points are brought up in the conversation including the minimum wage.  Lastly, Tom asks Fr. Jenkins about the importance of three saints who have feast days this week: St. Anne, St. Mary Magdalene, and St. James (the Greater).

Catechism Lesson 35: The Second Commandment

Father Jenkins discusses chapter 34 of Fr. Cogans' book, "A Brief Catechism for Adults". This chapter covers the Second Commandment and is the second chapter in a sequence covering the Commandments. This program was recorded 11 July 2018.

Saturday, July 21, 2018

The Our Father Explained

Fr. Jenkins and Tom examine the most perfect prayer, the Our Father.  Tom reads commentary from the Catena Aurea of Saint Thomas Aquinas on the sixth chapter of Gospel According to Saint Matthew on the Our Father and Fr. Jenkins clarifies the topic as well as comments.

Thursday, July 19, 2018

Catholic Commentary on the News • July 2018 •

Father Jenkins and Tom comment on some of the recent events including: the new Superior General of the SSPX, Fr. Davide Pagliarani; Fr. Patrick Girouard’s sermon on the SSPX’s re-branding; Francis role in Ireland’s abortion referendum and his upcoming trip to the country; Francis surprise appearance at a Swiss Guardsman’s wedding; the strange design of the Paul VI Audience Hall at the Vatican, and ‘consecrated virgins’ no longer need be virgins in the Novus Ordo church.

In Memoriam, Mr. Ronald Tihista.

Thursday, July 12, 2018

Ettore Fr. Jenkins comments on the speech of Ettore Gotti Tedeschi

Fr. Jenkins reads an article from LifeSiteNews, ‘Former Vatican Bank chief: Authors of New World Order demographic collapse influencing the Vatican’ which covers Ettore Gotti Tedeschi’s talk, “The Rejection of Life: a Demographic Catastrophe for mankind” at a 21 May 2018 conference of the John Paul II Academy for Human Life and the Family.  Father’s commentary and analysis follows.  The article can be read here and Tedeschi’s talk viewed here.

Liberalism Is a Sin • Part I

Fr. Jenkins discusses Fr. Felix Sarda y Salvany’s book, ‘Liberalism Is a Sin’ and how it is applicable to the world of today. Includes a short background on the times in which Fr. Sarda y Salvany wrote his work.  Fr. Jenkins says of this book, “every Catholic should read this book,” as it explains what is, “happening in the world and the Catholic church today.”

Thursday, June 28, 2018

President Trump Seizing Children?

Fr. Jenkins examines: illegal immigration — specifically the media’s coverage of the topic, Pope Francis’ position and recent comments on the matter; politicians quoting from the Bible; Pope Francis’ statement on St. John the Baptist; parallels between Modernism and Marxism; the expanding part that public schools play in the decline of spirituality and intelligence; and lastly the role the international bankers carry out in all of this.

Sunday, June 17, 2018

Friday, June 15, 2018

Saints, Signs, and Wonders

Fr. Jenkins discusses: Saints of the Novus Ordo — Maximilian Kolbe, Bp. Fulton Sheen, Padre Pio, Louis Martin and Marie-Azélie "Zélie" Guérin Martin (parents of Saint Thérèse of Lisieux), Paul VI, John XXIII, Edith Stein, Faustina Kowalska, and Josephine Bakhita, also with a mentions of Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange & Dorothy Day; An Anglican rector writes in asking about the mystic, Luisa Piccarreta; Marian Apparitions — Signs & Wonders; the Indult & Abp. Lefebvre; Miracles in the Novus Ordo; and Fr. Jenkins’ letter on Terri Schiavo (

Saturday, June 9, 2018

The Hearing Voices Movement & Cardinal Parolin attends Bilderberg Group

Fr. Jenkins discusses: The Hearing Voices Movement; How to deal with temptation; How can one be a traditional Catholic with the infallibility of the Pope; The Vatican’s Secretary of State (Cardinal Pietro Parolin) attendance at the Bilderberg Group; Why one should listen to Francis and his papacy; and Is it possible to receive grace by beliefs in false faiths.

Saturday, June 2, 2018

Ireland's Referendum on Abortion

Father Jenkins comments on the recent vote in Ireland to repeal the amendment to the Irish Constitution prohibiting abortion and its implications for Ireland and the world. Also, a viewer who was baptised in the Novus Ordo wants to know if getting conditionally baptised now would be advisable, about resisting temptation, perfect contrition and more.

Sunday, May 27, 2018

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Catholic Commentary on the News • May 2018 •

Father Jenkins offers pertinent Catholic commentary on recent events including: Francis’ meeting with Chilean sex abuse victim, Juan Carlos Cruz, whom he told, ‘God made you homosexual’; Cardinal Reinhard Marx on Karl Marx, “Without him, there would not be any Catholic social doctrine.”; the Santa Fe school shooting; Trump and the Democrats; Great Britain’s Royal Wedding; and the role that the Frankfurt School plays in all of this.

Sunday, May 20, 2018

The Execution of Terri Schiavo

The Execution of Theresa Marie Schiavo 
by Fr. William W. Jenkins

Sunday Sermon Pentecost Sunday 2018

Thursday, May 17, 2018

‘Traditionalists’ in the Novus Ordo & the #MetGala

Father Jenkins answers questions about: the Old Catholic, Daniel Q. Brown, his abjuration of error, profession of faith, and consecration of Francis Schuckardt; can one be a Traditionalist in the Novus Ordo; the SSPX and their overtures with Modernist Rome; and finally gives commentary on the 2018 Met Gala costume ball.

Saturday, May 12, 2018

What is the Apocrypha?

Father Jenkins responds to questions from someone who has been looking at a protestant website reading about the Bible. Another viewer writes in with several brief questions, and finally a response about Cardinal Siri and the 1958 conclave.

Friday, May 4, 2018

The Death of Alfie Evans

Father Jenkins discusses events regarding Alfie Evans since the last show, including some details that are still in dispute. In relation to this sad event, the event of Terri Schiavo is recalled and how certain Thuc line clergy supported her murder. Also, the situation of the Thuc clergy and the schismatic "Orthodox" are compared in regards to whether the Catholic Church should accept their orders. Also included are questions on welfare and Just War Theory.

Saturday, April 28, 2018


In this short program, Father Jenkins clarifies a point about lying from an earlier show.

Alfie Evans

Father Jenkins comments on the little boy, Alfie Evans, who authorities in Britain refused to allow to be treated for an illness in Rome. The boy passed away on Saturday, 28 April 2018 at 2:30 am Liverpool time.

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


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

Immaculate Conception Academy is hiring!

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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".