Roman Catholic Resources Online
site is dedicated to undoing the damage done by
the non-dogmatic Catholicism, which plays down
basic Roman Catholic beliefs and draws a veil over
the damage done by Martin Luther's Protestant Reformation;
a Catholicism that is horizontal in mentality and
concerned chiefly to participate with others in
the building of the human city that, in the last
forty years in the countries of the North Atlantic
civilizations, has proved such an unmitigated disaster
in the history of Roman Catholicism.
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an Evangelical systems for gaining converts. It is
from the Catholic prospective full of errors, omissions
and heresy. Although it uses Catholic terminology it
is diametrically opposed to the Catholic faith.
In spite of this, many poorly instructed Catholics
and even one or two woolly minded priests have latched
on to it. Indeed, even one or two bishops have
endorsed it, but these have invariable been men more
renowned for their liberal religiosity than their courageous
commitment to the Catholic faith, in fact the very
main-stream modernists responsible for bringing the
Church in the British Isles to its knees.
to the Church in Need An excellent charity
which deserves a much higher profile in the UK. The
website gives information on the history, goals and
structure of the organization. Also available is
a collection of the press releases issued recently
by ACN which give a guide to the current activities
of the charity.
(What do Catholics Believe?) This site
answers all your question: the history of the Protestant
church, Protestant reformation (Martin Luther), Catholic
vs Protestant, Catholics beliefs, the Catechism of
the Catholic Church, are Catholics Christians?, etc. In
spite of some of our Modernist shepherds' heretical
teaching to the contrary, every Catholic has the
grave obligation to seek to proselytise. This
duty was placed on him by God when Christ commanded, "Go
make disciples of all nations." Thus Catholics
should seek to convert to the One True Faith all,
including unbelievers, Jews, the members of false
religions (such as Mohammedans and Hindus), heretics
(including Protestants) and schismatics.
British Wrinkly old Catholics like
myself can still remember the glorious days before
Vatican II when British bishops where men of intellectual
and spiritual stature. In those days, when
a Catholic bishop spoke he invariably said something
well worth listening to, frequently profound, and
even courageous. Tragically, since Vatican
II, most of the sees of the North Atlantic civilizations
have been filled by Rome with dreary vacuous bog-standard
modernist clones; ecumaniacs who are more concerned
about not upsetting the heretical loon who self-styles
himself the "Archbishop" of Canterbury,
than they are in preaching the One True Faith. If
our post-Conciliar "shepherds" actually
say anything, it is either some social gospel platitude
or lowest common denominator "Christian" bromide.
Indeed, the next time a modern English Catholic bishop
rises above stating the bleeding obvious, half the
old ladies, who now comprise the bulk of Novus Ordo
congregations, will probably have strokes. Over
the last thirty plus years, under the leadership
of these hirelings, Christ Body in the British Isles
has simply haemorrhaged away?
To learn more about some of the "men" who have
brought the Church in Mary's Dowry to its knees, follow
Catholic A sample of good Catholic
bloggs. Now that most of our western bishops have
long abandoned championing the Catholic faith for
the safer option of social gospel plaititudes and
lowest common denominator Christian bromides, Catholic
Blogs have become an indespensible source of information
and inspiration for Catholics.
Reviews A new site listing books that
would make ideal gifts for Catholics who take their
up by our Bishops' Conference in 1962, is the official
overseas development and relief agency of the Catholic
Church in England and Wales. It has now become a familiar
part of parish and diocesan life. It is a charity
which our bishops continue to urge us to support despite
its open dissent from Catholic teaching being common
knowledge for years. The evidence is in, and the
verdict is crystal clear: contributing to CAFOD
is a grave sin!
of the Catholic Church Full text
of the Catechism of the Catholic Church with an excellent
Catenian Association provides practising Catholic laymen
and their families with friendship, social activities
and support, strengthening family life through friendship
Community A world-wide
Catholic search engine. Possibly the most comprehensive
and useful guild to Catholic resources on the Internet.
Document Resource A new site that it
is hoped will eventually contain hundreds of documents
and articles of interests to Catholics, filed in
an easy to locate and retrieve manner. Documents
to be included need to meet three criteria: fidelity
to the authentic Magisterium of the Church, a certain
profundity (not merely skipping on the surface of
issues) and some signs of hope and joy. Documents emailed as
attachments for consideration are welcomed.
Unattached Directory An unattached directory
run by practising Catholics for practising Catholics.
The modern fun way of making new friends and even
meeting that someone special.
you want to know whether a particular charity is ethical,
i.e. one that a Catholic can support in good conscience
use this link. If you find that you cannot support them,
let them know why.
Pilgrimage: The Pilgrimage to Chartres
is an ancient tradition, having been walked by popes,
kings and queens (including Louis IX and Mary Queen
of Scots), great French writers such as Charles Peguy,
and Saints such as St. Bernard, St. Joan of Arc,
St. Anselm, St. Vincent de Paul, Louis Martin, Francis
de Sales and countless others.
(Second) As the Church in the British
Isles rapidly disintegrates under the debilitating
and corrosive weight of its Modernist prelates, a
number of organizations have sprung up to lead the
second counter-Reformation. These are mostly
lead by lay men and women, with input from a few
brave priests. This page gives details of a
number of such organizations.
Crusades: Anti-Catholic bigots both without and within the Church would have us believe that the Crusades were an example of the wickedness of the medieval Church. And they get away with their black propaganda because of the abysmal historical ignorance of almost everybody educated in the last fifty years.
Churches: Many Catholics labour under the
delusion that the western Latin Rite Church and the
Catholic Church are synonymous. Not so, there
are many Eastern (Greek) Rite Catholics in full communion
with Rome who are as much part of the one true Church
as Latin Rite Catholics.
(Catholic Educational Establishments): Many
so-called Catholic educational establishments are
now overrun by Modernists and assorted dissenters
so cannot be included here. Only establishments
which have a clear Catholic ethos and which are loyal
to the authentic Magisterium of the Church are listed.
Catholic home-study resources are also included.
Word Television Network In contrast
to the US hierarchies million dollar attempts at
an ecumenical TV station (which folded summer 95)
Mother Angelica is utterly dependent on divine providence
for every penny. This is the Internet counterpart
to Mother Angelica's phenomenally successful TV network.
This site is very useful for files, information,
apologetics and for an unequalled free daily news
service. The new layout is designed primarily to
teach the Catholic faith. Although more neo-Catholic
than traditional, and somewhat compromised by the
involvement of some of its leading lights in such
post-Conciliar buffoonery as the Charismatic movement
and pope worship, it is nevertheless an orthodox
and useful site. To learn how to receive EWTN's
television channel in the Europe (including the UK
and Ireland) click here.
Most of my life I would have loosely described myself
as a Darwinist. This was not a position I held
with much enthusiasm for I was far too aware that it
was the world view that had underscored Nazism, Communism,
abortionism and a host of other evil causes. Then
one day one of my sons gave me a copy of Richard Dawkin's the
Blind Watchmaker and the scales fell from my eyes;
I saw the origin of species by natural selection as just
the crazy creation myth of secular liberalism. No
Catholic needs to believe that evolution is false, but
atheists absolutely need it to be true - was it otherwise,
this theory would have been flushed down the WC of science
a century ago.
of the most promising developments in the Church since
Vatican ll. The focus of the FAITH movement is a new
synthesis of science and the Catholic faith. It offers
a perspective on creation through development which shows
clearly the transcendent existence of God and the essential
distinction of matter and spirit. Linking creation, incarnation,
salvation, Church and sacrament in one coherent theology,
it presents a dynamic and attractive vision
of the faith. There is an unfortunate and unproductive
tension between some traditionalists (who erroneously
believe the FAITH movement supports the liberal creation
myth of Darwinism) and the FAITH movement - especially
those who prefer the slam-bam-job-done-Sam view
stuff by Chris Ferrarra, one of the most insightful of
contemporary Catholic writers, on Fatima and related
topics can be found at this site.
a comprehensive Catholic treatment of this modern heresy
visit this site.
and Holywell | Religious and Pilgrimage Tours: On
the 1st Sunday of July every year, thousands of Catholics
descend upon the beautiful shrine St Winefride’s
Well in Holywell, Flint, North Wales. What
brings them back to this pilgrimage spot year after
See The official site with several languages
giving papal and curial text, plus the site of some
(Humor): A montarge
of things that make me laugh out loud.
the Catholic Church was born from the side of Christ,
God made man, on the Cross, most false religion were
founded by men whom one would not be happy dating one's
daughter. Luther, for example, was a foul-mouth,
impure, neurotic ex-monk. The Church of England
was founded by a syphilitic despot for his own carnal
ends, and Mohammed, were he alive today, would be on
the Sexual Offenders Register, if not actually serving
time for paedophilia ... that is if he was not banged
up in the Hague for war crimes.
and Music When a photographer focuses
his camera, he does not see, at the moment he has
the image razor sharp, anything that he was not seeing
when the image was blurred; he merely sees it more
clearly. This is a excellent analogy of the
way in which the Church develops Sacred Tradition,
i.e. the deposit of faith or revelation; truths pass
from being implicitly believed to being explicitly
stated, i.e. they are brought into sharp focus, but
nothing is ever taught that was not already there. More.
list of sites of interest to Catholics involved in medicine
or considering a career in medicine.
A well organized, well financed, thoroughly scurrilous
Protestant sect that is currently infesting the Church
with papal blessing! A Trojan horse inserted by
Luther's spiritual children into the very heart of the
of Christian Unity An ecumenical organization
which publishes material of interest to those involved
in education and family life.
Their new booklet "Challenging Thinking" is
aimed at teenage girls as a counter to much of the magazine
propaganda that they receive.
Chairman, Joanna Bogle, and her husband, Jamie, are also
very active in the media and medical ethics.
Sites The word "pastoral" has
been prostituted by our post-Conciliar shepherds
to cover their butts when they lack the guts and
integrity to teach the faith. However, the
sites here can claim to be "pastoral" with
considerably more honesty.
John Paul II Amidst the popular clamour
for Pope John Paul 2nd to be called “John Paul
the Great”, this site offers a refreshingly
sane assessment of his pontificate.
(Catholic) List of the WEB sites of
all the UK's major Catholic papers.
Sites A list
of the sites of pro-life organizations. These are
not specifically Catholic organization, but they
are organizations that all Catholics should support.
(Catholic) A list of publishers who
produce good orthodox Catholic books. A very
and necessary resource these days when so many diocesan
bookshops are more interested in the works of dissenters
Sadam Husain's Republican Guard, our, now increasingly
aging, post-Conciliar modernist shepherds, who have had
a life sapping stranglehold on the English church for
the last thirty years, can be expected to put up more
than one last desperate stand. RENEW should be
seen in this light - dangerous, and no doubt able to
inflict casualties among the faithful, but ultimately
as those promoting it. See also Christian
Philosophy, travel and flight information, cooking and
recipes, the Royal Shakespeare Company, UK maps and much
It includes a particularly interesting article on the
it is the same old story - tell tell the people what
they want to hear rather than what they need to hear. Bill
Dunn has been writing sermons (he calls them essays)
for the past ten years, and they are posted at the "Catholic
Homilies" web site (www.homilies.com)
Abuse: Child Abuse and the Catholic
All decent people are horrified by the abuse of children,
especially sexual abuse, and will instinctively feel
deep compassion for the victims and their families. Further,
to learn that a Catholic priest, who is supposed to model
himself on Christ, has committed such an unspeakable
crime is too ghastly for words - more.
SSPX: Liberal "Catholics" and
Neo-Catholics alike take a cruel delight in charging
the SSPX with schism. A "prejudice" has
been described as an opinion wandering abroad without
any visible means of support. The opinion that
the SSPX are schismatic clearly falls into this catagory.
Stat Veritas is a straight talking Catholic blogg edited
by Don McGovern. It comes with a health warning: "Known
to cause stamach cramps in wimps, heretics, modernists
and Fr Flapdoodle. Tablet readers, feminist nuns
and mincing effete post-Conciliar bishops are advised
to seek medical advice before reading."
2000 The Youth 2000 movement is one
of the only truly Catholic youth movements attracting
young people in our country. It was formed
as a response to the call of Pope John Paul II at
the World Youth Day in Santiago de Compostela and
is heavily focused upon the Eucharist, Our Lady and
the teachings of the Church.