• Category Archives: doctrine

Modernism and The Trads

The problem with Modernism, is that it is not only an entire catalogue of heresies, dating back to the 13th century with at least one philospher, William of Ockham, playing around with mutability and secular absolutism, but a way of approaching ideas and practices. In other words, one can seem to be a traditional Catholic,… Read More

A Reminder

“Now you know well that the most deadly foes of the Catholic religion have always waged a fierce war, but without success, against this Chair [of St. Peter]; they are by no means ignorant of the fact that religion itself can never totter and fall while this Chair remains intact, the Chair which rests on… Read More

The Traps of Satan


The long path to perfection, which can be followed on the old blog with the unpacking of Garrigou-Lagrange, demands two basic pillars which are the same pillars of our approach to religion-Faith and Reason. The pursuit of God includes the pursuit of knowledge, good, holy knowledge, of the things of God-see my many posts on… Read More

Book Recommendation

A book which I am in the process of reading, which I can recommend highly is Father Chad Ripperger’s new book, Magisterial Authority. If you are confused about papal statements and Church levels of infallibility, about which I wrote in a series on the old blog, but want an extremely comprehensive look at the doctrine,… Read More