Old Mass, New Mass… Could we not benefit from cutting out man-centered liturgical innovations from the Novus Ordo and integrating God-centered Catholic traditions as a remedy to this crisis?
Old Mass, New Mass. Traditional Latin Mass, Novus Ordo. This has been quite a controversial topic of late. Is one “right” and the other “wrong”? Or could they be mutually beneficial?
Seven months into this pandemic, we must begin to reflect on whether we have ever taken mortal sin as seriously as we have taken this earthly virus.
Abortion is child-slaughter on the altar of the post-modern world. It has consumed the lives of 60 million pre-born children in the U.S since Roe v. Wade. The question is, do we recognize the gravity of this unspeakable evil, and what are we going to do about it? Perhaps most pressing of all, is what will we say to God if we have failed to oppose it?
How serious is the need to evangelize others? Is the matter of salvation a pressing one? Society suggests it’s no big deal. But the reality of the situation is actually quite different.