In response to the tsunami of open rebellion unleashed against Pope Francis by those who consider themselves “Conservative-Catholics” I discuss the simple but oft-ignored prophetic warning of Noah and how that Old-Testament type of the Vicar of Christ can help us to respect the St. Peter of our own day.
Continue reading “CVS Meta – 2018-10-11 – Noah, St. Peter, and Pope Francis”
In this Meta episode I discuss the history of the 21 ecumenical councils, and the heresies and schisms that accompany these most sacred councils.
Continue reading “CVS Meta – 2018-05-27 – The Pros and Cons of Sedevacantism”
I met Shane on YouTube. He identifies as a combination of Gnostic and Baptist. Among other things, Shane believes that Satan is not pure spirit, but has a human form with both male and female sexual organs. He was friendly, and we got along well in spite of our theological differences.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Other – 2018-03-18 – Shane Edward Lee”
I met John on Facebook. He is a family man who teaches Philosophy at John Abbott College. He is a colorful character with a very open mind, but he chooses to identify as Christian. I enjoyed listening to him talk, and hope to have him back. Lots of fun.
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Continue reading “Catholic vs. Protestant – 2018-03-07 – John Faithful Hamer”
Maggie has worked with fellow Sedevacantist Stephen Heiner, whom I interviewed recently. She is busy wife and mother, a published indie author, and she also moderates a group on FB called Catholics Against Modernism. I enjoyed our chat.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Catholic – 2017-11-26 – Maggie”
Stephen is a Sedevacantist. He lives in Paris, where he writes and manages small businesses. He writes on culture, the permanent things, and all things French. He also served in the United States Marine Corps Reserve as a Nuclear Biological and Chemical Defense Specialist.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Catholic – 2017-09-30 – Stephen Heiner”
This interview was vetoed by my guest, a Muslim man who shall remain unnamed to protect his identity. In this, my first ever post-mortem episode, I dissect the interview in an attempt to understand why it was killed.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Muslim – 2017-10-06 – Post-Mortem”
William is a very gifted visual artist whom I met at the University of Waterloo. We were in different programs, but we were neighbours. His depth and sensitivity made a deep impression on me even then. I’m glad to have reconnected.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Other – 2017-09-02 – William”
I met Jacques at the Catholic Monastery where I was receiving instruction on the Catholic Faith for the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA). He was on his way to becoming a religious, but things didn’t pan out. He is now questioning his Catholic faith.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Catholic – 2017-07-26 – Jacques”
I met Meagan at a party through mutual friends. She is a professional singer by trade, and an Anglican by faith. During our friendly chat we drank tea from fine porcelain china and nibbled on home-made banana bread. I felt right at home.
Continue reading “Catholic vs. Protestant – 2017-07-30 – Meagan”