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BFP: Liturgical Battlefield: Are You a Victim or Combatant?

By John B. Manos / May 9, 2022 /

Pope Francis said that we Traditional Catholics should not make a battlefield of the liturgy.  Because he complains of Catholics hanging on to outdated things and old ideas, it is like he is saying that people who want a united and sacred liturgy (traditionalists or trads) disrupt the purpose of liturgy…  who are the real combatants?  why is this deja vu?  and what did Father Hardon say we can do about it?

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Inside Jokes

By Cindy Paslawski / April 22, 2022 /

Cindy reports on God’s humor and a letter from a reader about that term “woman”

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Akita and Fatima: Priests Must Be Nicodemus Today

By John B. Manos / April 11, 2022 /

Nicodemus supported Jesus, but had to hide lest the compromised clergy then make him disappear. Just as Fatima secret said of today – two popes?

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BFP – The Consecration is Nice But Not What Our Lady Asks of Us Today

By John B. Manos / March 27, 2022 /

Was Friday’s consecration what Our Lady Asks of us today? The 2d secret of Fatima, history, and Akita, imply that we are not doing what she wants…

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Deliver Us From Evil

By Cindy Paslawski / February 27, 2022 /

The readings at Mass this weekend confirm that mounting difficulties, even war, around us should spur us to prayer.

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Words Have Meaning

By Cindy Paslawski / February 3, 2022 /

Even if you spot a clear error in the scriptures read at Mass, your Bishop does not even have the power to use a correct translation… but who does and why aren’t they?

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The Most Powerful Woman

By Cindy Paslawski / January 17, 2022 /

Who, in your perception, is the most powerful woman of our times? Hillary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi, Michelle Obama, Susan Rice? Some world leader or newsmaking superstar of the silver screen? Their power is fleeting, it is corruptible. There is only one woman with power who holds our very souls in her hands and it is…

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Mother Seton, Valiant Woman

By Cindy Paslawski / January 4, 2022 /

Wife, mother, convert, founder, saint. Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton had it all, experienced it all: wealth, renown, the fullness of this life; shattering sorrows, persecution, and devastating illness.

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Is Modernism Dead?

By John B. Manos / January 3, 2022 /

Anymore words don’t mean much in the English language. “Modernism” is a word that I think had sharp meaning a century ago, but it seems like it’s just a vague reference these days. It’s diluted partially by other uses of modernism in the world, such as the art movement of the same name. When we…

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Epiphany Announced the Battle of Church and State: Pilate, King Herod, and the Slaughter of Faith

By John B. Manos / January 2, 2022 /

What did the Magi do that Herod’s Priests and Scribes did not? And how Epiphany starts the battle of Church and State – like abortion and Holy Communion

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