Thursday, August 30, 2018
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
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 http://tiny.cc/ViganoLetter
Sunday, August 26, 2018
Wednesday, August 22, 2018
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.
Tuesday, August 21, 2018
Friday, August 17, 2018
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
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
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.
Sunday, August 5, 2018
Thursday, August 2, 2018
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.
Introduction To The Devout Life
Treatise On The Love Of God
Three Ages Of The Interior Life
Light And Peace
The Spiritual Combat