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Weekly Wrap-Up: February 26-March 4, 2022

The Russia/Ukraine War continues, President Biden gives his State of the Union, a debate about the Consecration of Russia, and Lent has begun! We’ll cover that and more on today’s Crisis Weekly Wrap-Up.

Weekly Wrap-Up: February 19-25, 2022

Russia has invaded Ukraine, the bishop of Knoxville is in trouble, and the Pope gives the green light to the FSSP – all this and more on today’s Crisis weekly wrap-up.

Weekly Wrap-Up: February 12-18, 2022

Canada is cracking down on truckers, Russia has been imminently invading Ukraine for a week now, and people are finding out that words matter for the sacraments. We’ll cover that and more on today’s Crisis Weekly Wrap-Up.

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Give Thanks

[Editor’s Note: Today is the American holiday of Thanksgiving. While not an explicitly Catholic holiday, this day reminds us of the need to always express our gratitude to the Lord. The passage below is from Divine Intimacy by Father Gabriel of St. Mary Magdalen, O.C.D (Baronius Press). Happy Thanksgiving!] Incapable as we are of paying … Read more

Cardinal Burke: An Appreciation

[Editor’s note: As Raymond Cardinal Burke continues his fight against COVID-19, his friends and admirers felt moved to put together this little symposium in his honor. We hope that it will inspire the faithful to continue praying fervently for his good health, both physical and spiritual. We also hope that it will hearten Cardinal Burke and … Read more


The Growth of the Latin Mass: A Survey

The traditional Latin Mass seems to be on every Catholic’s mind right now, up to and including the pope’s. The recent motu proprio Traditionis Custodes restricting the celebration of the TLM has brought the topic to the forefront. Importantly, the pope’s actions presume the TLM is growing in adherents and influence in the Church. After … Read more

A Tribute to Father Rutler

Editor’s note: Fr. George William Rutler was ordained in the Anglican Church 50 years ago today. All of the friends and followers wishing to mark the occasion with him wouldn’t fit in Yankee Stadium. We offer a small selection here.   I was first blessed to meet Father George Rutler in Rome, where he was … Read more

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