It's official. The Catholic Knight is retired.  I'm hanging up the helmet and passing the torch. There will be no more articles, no more commentaries, no more calls to action. THIS BLOG IS CLOSED. I've spent a very long time thinking about this, I believe the time has come, and is a bit overdue.  I want to thank my readers for everything, but most especially for your encouragement and your willingness to go out there and fight the good fight. So, that being the case, I've spend the last several weeks looking for bloggers who are fairly active, and best represent something akin to the way I think and what I believe.  I recommend the following blogs for my readers to bookmark and check on regularly. Pick one as your favourite, or pick them all. They are all great..... In His Majesty's Service, THE CATHOLIC KNIGHT

Saturday, October 26, 2013

Final Post

THE CATHOLIC KNIGHT:  I want to thank you all for your prayers and support.  I want to assure everyone that my family and I are doing well.  My decision to stop blogging is based on practicality more than anything else.  "The Catholic Knight" blog has done everything it can do, and has served its purpose. My articles will remain online, for as long as possible, as a permanent record and for your referral.  The time has come now for my readers to begin their own crusades, and to equip themselves accordingly. For a long time now, I have kept a list of just three reference books in the left hand column of this blog, which is everything you need to combat the "tyranny of relativism."  I list them here below.  Purchase them if you can.  If you can't, check them out from your library if available.  The time has come for you all, male and female alike, to become CATHOLIC KNIGHTS.  Your crusade awaits; in your homes, your neighbourhoods, townships, workplaces, and in the public square.  If this blog has been an inspiration to you, then good!  Use what you've learned herein and take it to the streets. The world needs more CATHOLIC KNIGHTS...

The Catholic Knight highly recommends this Bible for serious Catholics.  Every Catholic must have a good Bible.  This one is by far the best on the market today.

The Catholic Knight recommends this universal Catechism from Rome over all the others, and there is good reason for this.  Other catechisms may be useful, but this one is the one that speaks with the most authority, and it is the most complete.

The Catholic Knight highly recommends this newest and latest apologetic book when dealing with Protestants.  Written by a close friend, I personally vouch for this man's work.

Thank you all for your loyal readership.  It's been a good ride, but the battle has only begun.  

In His Majesty's Service,


Monday, October 14, 2013


It's official.

The Catholic Knight is retired.  I'm hanging up the helmet and passing the torch. There will be no more articles, no more commentaries, no more calls to action.


I've spent a very long time thinking about this, I believe the time has come, and is a bit overdue.  I want to thank my readers for everything, but most especially for your encouragement and your willingness to go out there and fight the good fight.

So, that being the case, I've spend the last several weeks looking for bloggers who are fairly active, and best represent something akin to the way I think and what I believe.  I recommend the following blogs for my readers to bookmark and check on regularly. Pick one as your favourite, or pick them all. They are all great.....

In His Majesty's Service,


Monday, August 26, 2013


Barack Hussein Insane Obama 
THE CATHOLIC KNIGHT needs your help on this one.  Barack Insane Obama is about to launch a full scale bombing campaign against the Syrian government, which will most certainly result in the Jihadist massacre of Syria's entire Christian population. This will be significantly worse than what is happening in Egypt right now. We may not be able to stop him from doing this, but we can at least get the truth out, and we can at least let the world know that we are opposed to this, and that Barack Insane Obama is acting on his own here, against the will of the American people.

By now I assume most of your are familiar with the recent chemical weapon attack in Syria that killed scores of innocent civilians.  The Syrian opposition (i.e. American sponsored Al Qaeda terrorists) have blamed the Syrian government, and the United States government, spearheaded by the Obama Whitehouse, is launching a media campaign blitz that is blaming the Assad regime in Syria, even though the Assad regime has denied the allegations and invited U.N. weapons inspectors to investigate the situation.  Russia has come down on the side of the Syrian government for the time being, suggesting that it was the American sponsored Syrian opposition rebels who launched the attack in order to blame it on the Assad regime and therefore garner world support for their cause.  The truth is not known at this time, and may be difficult to ascertain.  This however, is what we do know...
  1. The United States federal government is openly sponsoring the Syrian opposition rebels.
  2. Al Qaeda operatives are working within the Syrian opposition rebels.
  3. Most Syrian opposition rebels are jihadist radicals who favour Al Qaeda and want to set up an Islamic caliphate (empire) under strict enforcement of sharia law.
  4. Syrian opposition rebels have already slaughtered Christians in the region, and have made it clear that as they gain control, there is more where that came from.
  5. It has been confirmed that Syrian opposition rebels (U.S. supported Al Qaeda terrorists) have already launched chemical weapon attacks against the Syrian government.  (The American government has done nothing in response.)
  6. There was another chemical attack in Syria recently, causing widespread civilian casualties.
  7. The Syrian opposition rebels (Al Qaeda terrorists) have blamed the Syrian government for this.  (There is very little evidence to support this accusation at this time.)
  8. The United States is now preparing for war.
  9. The United States has oil pipeline interests in the region, and the Assad regime is more likely to favour Russian interests instead.  (This is a probable reason for increased American intervention.)
  10. The Assad regime is the only power in the region protecting Christians from annihilation in Syria.
So there is it.  Syrian opposition rebels (U.S. sponsored Al Qaeda terrorists) have been using chemical weapons against Assad's regime for months, and the Whitehouse has done absolutely nothing in response. Now the allegation has been made that Assad has retaliated in kind against the Syrian rebels, (which we do not know if the allegation is true), resulting in scores of civilian deaths, and the Whitehouse is ready to spring into action instantaneously, declaring the debate is over ("little doubt Assad did it"), as it prepares to launch cruise missiles into Syria.  Obama knows full well what his actions will create.  If/when U.S. warships engage Syria, the situation in the nation will deteriorate further.  The Assad regime will eventually fall.  Civil war and chaos will engulf the region. Syrian Christians will be slaughtered in numbers surpassing anything in history. Obama hopes American intervention in Syria will deter Russian oil pipeline interests.  It remains unknown what Russia's response, if any, will be.  Currently, Russia is condemning Obama's overzealous and trigger-happy rhetoric.

Over the lest few years it has become increasingly clear that the United States federal government is more than willing (even eager) to throw Middle Eastern Christians under the bus when it comes to expanding American oil interests in the region.  Christians in the Middle East should take note here: America is not your friend.  In fact, America is the main reason behind a great deal of your problems.  Middle Eastern Christians must stop crying out to America for help, because America will not listen.  The United States federal government no longer represents, nor listens to, Christians in America any more.  If the U.S. government will lot listen to American Christians, why would it ever listen to Middle Eastern Christians?  The best thing Middle Eastern Christians can do now is turn to the Vatican and Russia to plead their case.  These are the only powers with enough influence who are willing to listen and advocate.  America is now the problem not the solution.

To my American readers, and to European readers listening in, I beg you to put the pressure on the Obama administration now in any way you can.  Keep in mind that the Republican politicians are not the solution either.  In fact, the greatest Republican criticism of Obama on this Syrian mess is that he didn't do what he's doing now fast enough.  The Republicans have been war hawks from the beginning.  The pressure will have to come from within Obama's own party, but that will be difficult, because the same people who opposed the Iraq war while a Republican was in the Whitehouse, are now supporting intervention in Syria while a Democrat is in the Whitehouse.  It can truly be said, without error, that the United States federal government is now politically united in opposition against Middle Eastern Christians.

Most of all, pray for the Christians in Syria.  The days ahead will surly be an apocalypse for them.  I expect what is happening in Egypt right now to be only a small indicator of what will soon happen to them -- compliments of Barack Insane Obama.

Saturday, August 24, 2013

Book Review: Catholicism for Protestants

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THE CATHOLIC KNIGHT: A friend of mine, who lives in the area I used to live (yes I moved), has completed his book and sent me a copy for review. After reading it, I am delighted to report that the book is excellent! I highly recommend it for all of my readers. The book is small and compact. It is written in a simple Question & Answer format, like a traditional catechism, and is designed specifically to reach Protestants in the Bible Belt. However, it is good review for Catholics too, and will help us learn how to talk to Protestants in a way that is non-threatening and yet very direct. Specifically, it puts Catholicism in terms that Evangelical Protestants can easily understand. It should be an essential item in every Catholic's library. Cost is reasonable too. Pick up a copy soon, before his distribution goes mainstream. In my experience, prices usually go up when that happens. Just click HERE or on the images above or below.

UPDATE 8-20-2013:  I see that Michael Voris of "The Vortex" (ChurchMilitant.TV) has just given a glowing review of the book as well (see here), as he interviewed my good friend.  Miss ya buddy!  I knew you had it in you.

Monday, August 12, 2013

Fatima Unfolding ?

(The Guardian) - Russia's president, Vladimir Putin, has signed into law a measure that stigmatises gay people and bans giving children any information about homosexuality. 
read full story here
THE CATHOLIC KNIGHT:  I believe we may be witnessing the early signs of the final prophecy of Fatima unfolding before our eyes.  "In the end, my Immaculate Heart will triumph." -- (Our Lady of Fatima, 1917) We know, based on Fatima and other prophecies, that this triumph of the Immaculate Heart has something to do with Russia and the restoration of European Christendom.  It is not the purpose of this article to ascertain if Russia has been properly consecrated to the Immaculate Heart of Mary yet.  Let us leave that debate to the experts.  The final prophecy of Fatima is unconditional, regardless of the consecration.  She plainly said: "In the end, my Immaculate Heart will triumph."  This happens regardless of our faithfulness or faithlessness.  The level of our faithfulness merely determines how much suffering we must endure until her Immaculate Heart finally does triumph.  What is beyond debate now is that Russia is doing something very unexpected, and that unexpected thing is very, very good!

As the Western world continues to decline into the "tyranny of moral relativism," the Russian government has allied with the Russian Orthodox Church and is spearheading a crusade against Western relativism, championing Christian virtue, and openly defending persecuted Christians in the Middle East -- particularly in Syria right now.  There is much debate about Russia's motives for this, but I assert that is a moot point.  Who cares what Russia's motivation is!  She is the last remaining superstate to defend Christianity.  Morally speaking, she is the last one standing.  Every other Western nation has fallen.  Outside of the Vatican itself, there is no other significant Western power leading the way.  Russia is Christianity's point guard for the world now, the moral compass of planet earth, because she is using faith in Jesus Christ as her true North.  Something is definitely happening, and we Catholics need to wake up and pay attention.  The beginning of the end of the old Masonic order is upon us, and Russia appears to be leading the charge toward a new revival of Christendom.

Where is the United States of America in all of this?  America is a big part of the problem.  In fact, we could say that America is THE problem right now, because our federal government is fuelling the rise of militant Secularism in the West and sponsoring the persecution of Christians in the East.  America is now, and always has been, the champion of the old Masonic order, that is now in its death throws.

As it was in World War II, so it is today.  Just as Russia and America allied to defeat Nazism, so it is time for Western Catholics to ally with the Russian Orthodox to defeat a great and powerful evil rising in the West.  Start "friending" Russian Orthodox clergy on Facebook and other social networks.  Make connections!  Strengthen our ties!  Prepare for our future Christian D-Day.  Prepare to "storm the beaches of Normandy."  Russia is fighting back!  We have a powerful ally!  Our time has come.  

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Father Patrick Wissman strikes yet again

The Catholic Squire:

How will what follows sit with the Bishop of Springfield-Cape Girardeau? Father Patrick Wissman has repeatedly dissented publicly in his weekly column. This is yet another attempt by "Father Pat" to pit Pope Francis against Pope Benedict. Pope Benedict stepped down with seminarian numbers really rising again for the first time in half a century. Dead end? The emphasis below is mine. Pray for Bishop Johnston. 

Dear Parishioners,
This Sunday's Gospel is that of the Good Samaritan who shows himself to be a neighbor to the man who was attacked by thieves. The fact that he was a Samaritan as the story goes, is important because it was common for Jews to despise the Samaritans (who got everything wrong about God and the Patriarchs). During the history of our Catholic spirituality the duty to follow both commandments (to love God and our
neighbor) often emphasized one commandment over the other.

In an interesting turn of phrase, Pope Francis has said that the good Shepherd smells like his sheep. He said this to emphasize that the spiritual leaders of the faith must not be aloof from the 'flock'. They must mingle with the people and be at one with them so they can truly know them. He continued to indicate that if the Pastors and Bishops are taken up only with the matters of 'churchy' things (dogmas, what is right and
what is wrong, academic correctness), then the church becomes sick. The leaders as well as the laity must go out of themselves to embrace the whole world and all its concerns. Being too concerned about small rules and orthodoxy is in reality a distraction from the real Kingdom. I think that Pope Francis by this teaching saves us from the dead-ended view of Pope Benedict. As good a man as he is, he could not break
from his academic, doctrinal attitude which was being sparked by very conservative people who never understood the Good News to begin with. So our new Pope, with great love for Benedict will lead the church, not backward, but forward. Pray to the Holy Spirit for the courage to understand and see God's grace in the good that is done by anyone, even 'the Samaritan', the non-Christian and even by the 'atheist'.

Fr Pat

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Friday, May 31, 2013

Sermon To Calm the Waters About Pope Francis

Catholic Squire: I refrained from posting this sermon once the Holy Father was elected, as I figured more would come later where this sermon given would be even more appropriate and important. In the last few days we have seen a number of things restored by Pope Benedict XVI start to be dispensed with or put aside on occasion by Pope Francis and so, in order to calm the water, I want to share a sermon given by a priest on Passion Sunday after Pope Francis' election:

One of my favorite Popes is Pius XII; I personally pray to him and I can see no problem recommending that others pray to him. After Pius XII death, Saint Pio was asked what he thought of him, and with a bright smile Saint Pio said he had seen Pius XII in paradise. So if he has the stamp of approval of Saint Pio this is good enough for me. And he is one of my favorite Popes because he was completely full of the spirit of his office. He understood what it meant to be Pope…He was full of gravitas; his bearing was always dignified and communicated the sublimity of the papal office, and he was full of romanitas…
he understood what it meant to be Roman; in the first place He was born into an important Roman family with close ties to the papacy and after he was elected he carefully followed all of the traditions of the papacy. And the Church as a whole benefited from this, and there was a legitimate pride that Roman Catholics had in being Roman. There was a spirit of romanitas throughout the entire Church.
This was evident above all in the liturgy; if you’ve seen some videos of the pre-conciliar Papal liturgies, the spirit of the ancient Romans was still alive in them and all the wisdom accumulated over the ages was present there. It’s unfortunate that these Papal liturgies have fallen out of use, but thank God some cardinals and many bishops and priests are still saying the traditional Roman Mass. And the old Roman spirit is kept alive in this way; so the missal on our altar is a like a treasure box. And we open that treasure box every day and pull out old treasures that were put in there ages ago by holy old monks who had been meditating on the Scriptures for their entire lives. And there are also some newer treasures in there too, like the newer feasts from the 19th and 20th centuries. But one of the greatest treasures is the Latin language itself, without Latin it’s impossible to have genuine romanitas. And this is something I have been trying to teach my dear Latin students in school. I think it is very hard for young people to understand the importance of Latin,  especially when there’re being beaten over the head with declensions and conjugations. But what is contained in the Latin language is so valuable it’s beyond description; the thought of the earlier ages for starters is enshrined there. And so when we appreciate the Latin language we have an important part of the Roman spirit.
Now during and after the Second Vatican Council, this Roman spirit broke apart, and today we are picking up the pieces. Anti-Romanism gained a lot of steam, and eventually swept through the entire Church. This is a complex problem, with many different facets and I will mention a few aspects of the problem today. First, is the dismissal of the Latin language and the traditional Missal. During the discussions of the Second Vatican Council, the floor was open to any father who wanted to make an intervention and say something. And of course there were many Eastern bishops in the Church who had genuinely good things to say. But they also made some unfortunate suggestions; for example, adopting the vernacular. In the Eastern churches the vernacular has been used for ages, and these fathers said it would be a good thing for the Roman church to follow their lead. And this harmonized perfectly with what the liturgical innovators were saying, and so eventually the Latin language was dropped and the missal was rewritten and the riches contained in our missal were put aside.
Now the Fraternity of Saint Peter is specifically dedicated to repairing this damage. If you look on our coat of arms there are three tears there, and the first tear symbolizes the traditional liturgy. Through it, we can restore the roman spirit to the roman church, and we can regain that legitimate sense of pride in being Roman. But there are other important things we need to do to accomplish this; and the other two tears on the coat of arms give us some direction. The second tear symbolizes the traditional philosophy and theology of the Roman Church, and it’s immeasurably important to restore these.
But the third tear symbolizes fidelity to the Roman See. This fidelity is an integral part of the Roman spirit. And it always has been. Just think of the solid Jesuits of old, “God’s Marines”, they took special vows of obedience to the Pope, and during the counter-reformation they become the bulwark of the Holy See. and through their obedience they restored the church after its ruin during the reformation. They didn’t pick and choose which Pope they would be obedient to, but they took vows, and bound themselves under pain of sin to obey whoever sat in the chair of Peter no matter what the consequences were. And this was a very powerful tool in the hand of the almighty, the Jesuits spread throughout the entire world and brought salvation to countless souls who would otherwise have been damned…and they brought them the roman spirit too I might add.
And so a lack of obedience to the Holy Father and a lack of due respect for his office and for his person is a part of the breakdown of the roman spirit…And unfortunately we've seen a number of traditionalists fall into this. But to restore this proper respect we need to realize some things. the Pope is the common teacher and ruler of all, and so the fourth commandment implies that we must obey, reverence and honor him. he feeds the flock by the authority of St. Peter Himself, and on him the foundation of the entire Church’s structure stands. So the Church is a monarchy, it is not a democracy; the Holy Father is not chosen by consent of the faithful, and the cardinals don’t need anyone’s approval when they elect him.
To reinforce my point here I chose some excerpts from Pope Saint Gregory VII’s Dictatus Papae which outlines the powers of the Pope;
-the Roman Church was founded by God alone
-the Roman pontiff alone can by right be called universal.
-a sentence passed by the Pope may be retracted by no one; he himself alone may retract it.
-the Pope may be judged by no one.
-he who is not at peace with the Roman church shall not be considered catholic…and so on, there are 22 other powers that this document lists.
And so even if new Our Holy Father is assuming a very humble attitude in his new duties, the exalted position he fills has not changed. And our duties toward him have not changed. It may be that we will have some questions in the future, or we may disagree with him over certain things, but these things must always be expressed with reverence and reserve. We should always keep the office he holds in mind…Above all it will be important to pray for the Pope as a son or daughter would pray for their father. The Pope needs our spiritual assistance to fulfill his office well.

Monday, May 27, 2013

Marching Orders -- Support The Scouts of Saint George

The Flag of Saint George
THE CATHOLIC KNIGHT:  In the face of the recent decision by the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) to admit openly practising homosexuals into the organisation, an exodus of Catholics from the BSA is under way.  Already thousands have responded to the call of Dr. Taylor Marshall to create the Catholic "Scouts of Saint George."

The Catholic Knight encourages his readers to fully support this organisation in every way possible.  Please read the following articles and sign up to support in whatever way the Holy Spirit it leading you...
It is gravely important that we assist this organisation in any way we can, even if it's just financially.  Please spread the word and share this post with as many people as possible.  You can use the "share" icons below if you like. 

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Dixie Catholics -- Our Time Has Come

THE CATHOLIC KNIGHT:  After a long hiatus -- I'm back!  Quite frankly, I didn't think I would come back, and up until today, I actually believed my blogging days were over.  However, after the encouragement of some local friends, a priest from Florida and an article from a reporter who desperately tried to reach me while I was gone, I came to the conclusion that the mission of The Catholic Knight is not yet over.

Spread the word far and wide, to Catholics everywhere throughout the Southland of Dixie that our time has come.  The time for evangelism is now!  I will be blogging less often these days, but over the following weeks I will share some evangelistic resources that are specifically geared toward reaching Southerners with the message of the Catholic Christian faith.  These resources will naturally be useful to Catholics outside of Dixie too, but they will be specifically geared toward the Bible Belt.  Be prepared.  Get ready.  Spread the word.  The Holy Spirit is moving over Dixie right now, and He is building up the Roman Catholic Church of Jesus Christ.  I am going to make a prediction here that may astound you, but here it is.  Within a generation -- just 40 years -- Dixie will become a predominately Catholic nation.  That's right, I said it, and I'm standing behind it.  The Bible Belt of the United States is going to convert, and there is nothing anyone can do to stop this from happening.  Many will laugh and scoff at this notion, but I tell you, it will happen.  This is why I say get ready and be prepared, because you want to be used by the Holy Spirit in this new evangelism that will hit the Southland like nothing anyone has ever seen in the history of North America.

Once Dixie has rediscovered her Catholic roots, it will lead to a cultural renewal as well.  There will be a resurgence in the Celtic culture of Dixie.  This primarily includes the Scottish and Irish cultures, but others will be remembered too.  I strongly encourage Dixie Catholics to begin promoting this if you already haven't. It is time to re-familiarise ourselves with our Celtic cultural roots, pass this on to our children, and share it with others. We should be particularly interested in sharing this with our black brethren here in the South, and making sure to invite and include them in all of our cultural celebrations.  For our culture is their culture too.  We must break down this artificial cultural divide that exists between blacks and whites in the South.  There is no cause for it.  It is artificial, and it must be brought down.  This is best done with good Christian hospitality.  Teach them our common Celtic culture, which we inherited primarily from the Scots and Irish who settled the South, and imparted that to all of us, regardless of our racial ancestry or ethnic origins.  We must fully include all peoples in our Pan-Celtic culture, and build the bridge we were meant to have.  It is our sacred right to have this Pan-Celtic cultural bridge.  It is who we are.  God wills it.  Let's stop kicking against the goads.

Robert Berthelier's Interceltic Flag
Symbols are important.  Above you will notice I've placed the symbol of the Keys of Peter within a Dixie flag.  This is simply to symbolise the growing and permanent presence of Catholicism in Dixie. The Southern banner has been embroiled in more than a number of controversies lately, and while we know these controversies are artificially contrived by the race-baiters who keep Southerners perpetually divided against each other, we must remember two things.  The Dixie flag is something that can never be taken away from us, and simultaneously, we Southerners are not limited to just one symbol.  While we should ever determine to reclaim our beloved Dixie banner from those racists who stole it from us, and the "politically correct" crowd who seek to help the racists in their theft, we should consider other symbols that also define us, lest we become a caricature of ourselves.  I would like to suggest, as one possibility, the InterCeltic banner created by Robert Berthelier in the 1950s.  The following describes it's symbolism...
(CRW Flags) - A report of a previous flag is given by Divy Kervella (1998) in "Emblèmes et symboles des Bretons et des Celtes". According to the author, there is no Interceltic flag recognized by all. The most known was created by Robert Berthelier, from Brittany, in the 50's. It is made of a green field charged with two yellow interlaced triskells, the first of them symbolizing the Gaelic countries (Scotland, Man, Ireland) and the second of them symbolizing the Brittonic countries (Wales, Cornwall, Brittany). Each of the six nations is therefore symbolized by a branch of the triskells. The triskells are inscribed in a yellow Celtic circle, which has been used by the Celts as a rallying sign since the beginning of the century. Green symbolizes both fredoom and the sea which links the Celtic countries. 
Green and yellow have been used as the Celtic colours since the birth of the Celtic movements. For instance, the movement Bleimor used a green flag including a yellow circle.

My point here is that there is more than one way to symbolise Southern Dixie culture.  This is just a suggestion, but I think it's a good one, and if my fellow Southerners are agreeable to it, then perhaps the time has come to start making these banners.

Finally, in order for a future Catholic Dixie to become a powerful influence on North America, Western Civilisation and all of Christendom, she must be set free.  By that I mean set free religiously, culturally, economically and politically.  I say this in the name of justice.  To begin this process I want to suggest to my fellow Dixie Catholics that we start offshore, across the Atlantic Ocean, in one of the lands that gave birth to our homeland of Dixie.  I'm talking about Scotland.  In September of 2014, the Scottish people will vote on a referendum, which if passed, will give them peaceful secession from Great Britain and independence!  We must support them on this, and encourage them to be brave and vote in favour of independence.  A free and independent Scotland will not only help the Scots determine their own destiny among nations, but it will also pave the way for a free and independent Dixie.  "If the Scots can do it, then so can the Dixians," they will say. The peaceful secession of Scotland from Britain will set an international precedence that will put tremendous pressure on Washington DC when the time comes for a second, and peaceful, chance at Dixie independence.  I encourage you to visit the Scottish National Party's website, show your support on social media, and even post a copy of this promotional video on social media as well...

After watching this promotional video for Scottish independence, Southerners here in Dixie will see striking similarities between the situation of Scotland and of Dixie.  In time perhaps similar promotional videos will be produced in Dixie and played on Southern television stations.  For now however, let us throw our support behind Scotland and cheer them on.  Once they have their independence, ours will not be far behind.

Let us push forward now with our faith, our culture and our freedom.  Please share this article with others using the "share" icons below.  Our time has come.  Prepare yourselves.

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Prophecy Update -- Petrus Romanus

THE CATHOLIC KNIGHT:  A local blogger has done an excellent job dissecting Saint Malachy's prophecy about "Petrus Romanus."  You can find his commentary HERE.

Another insightful commentary on this topic can be found HERE.

Finally, Father Z weighs on on the matter HERE.