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Good Priests, the Civil War & TFP

There Are Also Good Priests

Dear TIA,

PV was correct in his assessment of what the Catholic priesthood has become, but there are still warrior priests struggling valiantly on the front line against incredible odds. This is the time for radical heroism on the part of real men to step up and support these faithful priests and put it all on the line for pursuing Christ's righteousness.

Ignorance of the difference between the "progressivists" administrative betrayal of Christ's Church and that of the purity of His Mystical Body (Church Triumphant, Church Suffering and Church Militant) is no excuse for men to deliberately miss Mass and put one's soul in great jeopardy. That is exactly the stratagem of the Satan-driven homo-fascists!

Keep the real men, fathers and grandfathers of families out of Church and, in so doing, by their bad example to the young, destroy the last vestiges of Catholic morality. What a terrible act of cowardice! Do not abandon the Mystical Body of Christ.

Come on men, take your courage into your two hands and seek out those front-line warriors. Christ and His Holy Mother want men who are willing to give their lives for His Mystical Body, for the coming of His Kingdom here on earth as it is in Heaven! There is hope as we await the triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

We live in dire times indeed: pray the Rosary, go to Mass and stay in sanctifying grace!

     Praised be Jesus Christ and Mary the Mother of God!




Dear TIA,

Re: Jakarta Dancing Seminarians

I am always affected in a very nauseating way by dancing nuns, but even more so, by dancing seminarians!! YUCK!!!

     E.M.S., Ph.D.

Cubans Outraged over Cardinal’s Comments


You may find the outrageous declarations of Card. Ortega of Havana, Cuba, stating that there are no longer political prisoners in his country in the link below. You can also watch the indignant reactions of the Cuban refugees in the United States.

A video in both English and Spanish is available here.



Mexican Supreme Court Legalizes ‘Gay Marriage’

Dear TIA,

Here is a link to an article that you may find of interest if you have not already seen it. It makes it sound like marriage between a man and a woman is not legal.

It also looks like the Freemasons are preparing public opinion to accept a similar decision of the Supreme Court in the United States, which would be coming soon…

     God bless,


Leaving France


Previews of what may or is already happening in America. This video should be viewed by some of our Church leaders.

They still don't get it that you can run out of other peoples' money.

You want to pay CLOSE attention to the last 20 seconds!

Please watch this short video. It is a real eye opener and it is not a joke.



American Civil War Sources

Dear TIA,

Do you have any recommended sources for studying the Catholic history of the American Civil War?



      TIA responds:

     Dear A.N.,

     The Editor sent your request to a friend of ours who is well acquainted with good sources for the study of the Civil War.

     Below is his answer.


     TIA correspondence desk


Dear Atila, It is difficult to find a single source; these different sources need to be put together.

     In Jesu et Maria,


The Bungee Jumping Monk

Dear TIA-Team,

It’s obvious to anyone with a brain that the post-Vatican II religious orders have been desecrated by embracing worldliness. Just another example for this sad fact is this bungee jumping Franciscan monk from Austria.

A video in German is available here.

     Kind regards,

     F.W.R., Germany

Is TIA Linked with TFP?


We were introduced to the TFP in LA last summer through a Call to Chivalry camp. (Tradition, Family, Property)

Is your organization affiliated in some way? I just came across your site this evening as I was searching for a quote by Prof. Plinio. I entered your site and began reading a couple of articles you posted by him. You seem so similar to the TFP in Louisiana.

Thank you, kindly.

     Our Lady of Sorrows, pray for us.


TIA responds:

Greetings L.J.,

No, we are not linked to TFP.

Unfortunately, TFP compromised with the progressivist Vatican by committing to never criticize Vatican II, the New Mass, the Pope and the local Bishops.

TFP abandoned the fight against Progressivism in the Church it used to courageously make when Prof. Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira was alive. Moved by opportunism – success and money – it instead became a sycophant of semi-progressivist Bishops.

It still does some good things, but they are irrelevant in face of what it should be doing. It lost its identity, which was the fight against Progressivism, especially the middle-of-the-road Progressivism. The present day TFP looks like a unit of Special Forces that was transformed into a group of Boy Scouts.

For more on this topic, read here.


     TIA correspondence desk


A Pleasant Diversion


I am sending you a light diversion from all the tragedies we witness every single day both in the Church and State. Perhaps, it will offer your mind some needed relief, as it did for me.

American Pharaoh Wins Triple Crown at 2015 Belmont Stakes – here.

     Keep up the good fight.


Kasper: ‘Gay’ Unions Central to Synod Agenda


I am sending you excerpts of an article to update you on the coming synod plans.


None other than the leading cardinal who has promoted the liberal agenda for the two-part Synod of Bishops on the Family, Cardinal Walter Kasper, has now come out publicly and with force, telling the Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera that the Church needs to address more fully the question of same-sex couples. At the last Synod this was “only a marginal topic, but now it becomes central,” Kasper said on Wednesday.

Kasper also defended the Irish vote in favor of homosexual “marriages,” saying: “A democratic state has the duty to respect the will of the people. And it seems clear that, if the majority of the people want such homosexual unions, the state has a duty to recognize such rights.”

Cardinal Kasper made a link between the events in Ireland and the doctrine of the Catholic Church when he said it now becomes harder for the Church to explain its own moral position to others on the question of homosexuality. “We have to find a new language,” he said. “We have to overcome [unjust] discrimination, which has a long tradition in our culture.” It is important in his view to honor those long-lasting same-sex relationships, which contain “elements of the good.”

Many observers have long expected Cardinal Kasper's more explicit public support for the homosexual agenda, saying that the “opening” toward “remarried” couples was only the first step toward the widening of the revolutionary agenda, to include approval of same-sex relationships.

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Posted June 18, 2015

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