Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: abortion, Catholic church, Catholic values, collegiality, demographics, doctrine, ecumenism, Hungarian Constitution, Hungary, morality, Rupert Scholz, SSPX, SSPX mass in Hungary, traditional mass in Hungary, Vatican II, Viktor Orban
Please note: SSPX does have mass in Budapest, Hungary, on the second and third Sundays of the month at 10:00, as well as 6:00 on the Saturday evenings preceding the Sunday. The celebrant is Father Fuchs. The address is Thokoly Ut 116.1.3, #3. More information may be obtained from Mr. Landgrebe, who speaks English, at the Austria rectory +4327166515 (how Google Voice renders it, which worked for me calling from the US) or +43 (0) 2716/6515 (how the Austrian website renders it and perhaps for European dialers). Let’s go show Hungary some love.
And now, on the topic:
A Polish Catholic Sunday weekly interviewed Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban that makes the connection between Hungary’s fight to reverse her dire situation and SSPX’s doctrinal struggles. You must read this interview, where the rosary is given its proper place as a full-blown political weapon, and in which we hear the director of a country in the fight of its life say the words traditional Catholics are saying all over the world. Viktor Orban laid it out: “If we had stronger Church, the whole country would be stronger.” Continue reading
Filed under: Culture and Catholicism, Muslim feminism, Vatican II | Tags: abortion, Catholic, Catholic values, ecumenism, feminism, Islam, koran, middle east, middle eastern synod of bishops, Muslim, religious freedom, secularism, SSPX, Vatican II
Although Benedict might have trouble spouting the old ‘springtime of Vatican II’ fable in the West now, without stirring further theological skepticism, he and his bishops are continuing to promote full-bore Vatican II religious modernism in, of all places, the Middle East, where the war between secularism and Islam is fierce. The results are not surprising. Muslims don’t like it, and, unlike Archbishop Lefebvre, they shoot back. Continue reading
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: abortion, Anthony Cekada, Assisi III, Bishop Athanasius Schneider, Catholic church, collegiality, ecumenism, hermeneutic of continuity, hermeneutic of rupture, religious freedom, SSPX, Vatican II, Work of Human Hands
In Kazakhstan there is a lake, the Balkhash, and half of it is salt, the other fresh. Kazakhstan’s Bishop Athanasius Schneider’s address to a conference of cardinals and bishops held in Rome last December is just like that!