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Saginaw Bishop Hurley Removed Priest For Bringing Back Incense, Traditional Liturgy

The Saginaw, Michigan bishop has removed a priest from his parish after he blamed the priest for causing “division” by extolling and implementing traditional Catholic liturgical practices, according to several sources. Bishop Walter Hurley, 81, the apostolic administrator of Saginaw,… Continue Reading →

Build the Communion Rail!

Ad Orientem Versus Populum

Thy will be done or my will be done?

On the Church Co-Opting Pagan Traditions

Youth Love Tradition

Church Isn’t Supposed to be “Accessible” It’s Supposed to be Heaven. On. Earth.

Tradition Doesn’t Matter. #ThingsJesusNeverSaid

If the World Hates You

When They Try to Condemn Translations by Citing a Translation

Why Millennials Should Embrace Tradition by Lauren Southern

Tradition is often eschewed by youth, but being different is so popular that tradition is regaining appeal. Lauren Southern presents a compelling case for Millennials embracing tradition: One of the most traditional sources of tradition, of course, is the Church…. Continue Reading →

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