Homiletic & Pastoral Review has published my essay Rethinking Bella Dodd and Infiltration of the Catholic Priesthood. I would like to thank the good people over at HPR for this honor!
There were some changes made in accordance with some new information. Thus, the HPR edition is the most up-to-date version.
I am also thinking of updating some prior compositions as well, so stay tuned!
Hi everyone! I wanted to make this little video to address the meaning of Our Lady’s words, “Russia will be converted.” Some people believe that Our Lady meant Russia would have a religious conversion and become Catholic (and, specifically, join the Latin Church). Other people, on the contrary, maintain that it doesn’t mean a religious conversion to the Catholic Faith.
For my part, I’d like to talk about this debate and present some information for your consideration. It seems best to provide some context, so I’ll do so now.
Last year, I had made a couple of videos in response to Archbishop Viganò’s remarks on Fátima in Dies Irae and Life Site News.
In light of the podcast between Michael Lofton and myself on September 1, I have updated those two posts and re-direct people to our podcast. Here are the links to my updated posts:
Post One (Viganò and Dies Irae)
Post Two (Viganò and Life Site News)
I also added the transcript from the original first video. One had already been provided for the second video.
It has come to my attention that it looks as though the web site Catholic Lane is no longer functioning. I used to write for this web site about a decade ago and there were articles of some note on the site that I had published with them.
It is times like these that I appreciate The Internet Archive Wayback Machine.
Back in 2006, I began to watch the rather curious case of the alleged locutionist Kathryn Ann Clarke, who goes by the name “Anne a lay apostle.”
In 2012, I published an article about her with Catholic Stand that made several serious observations against Clarke’s credibility as a “locutionist.”* To this day, no one has refuted these observations.
Since this article, nothing that has come to my attention about Clarke and her Direction for our Times organization (DFOT) has allayed my concerns about her claims. Word has recently gone out from DFOT that Kathryn has allegedly received new locutions. As of the time of this writing, three have been published by DFOT. I have all three, but the second one alarms me and for a couple of reasons, only one of which I will discuss here.