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

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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.