In this episode we discuss the ongoing sellout of Chinese Catholics by those in power in Rome, the case of Bishop Juan Barros' promotion by Bergoglio when both Chilean and CDF (Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith) authorities had significant evidence of Barros's crimes against nature, and why it's good to pray for those didn't die a holy death (because prayers are never wasted in the Divine Economy).
- NYT: Worries Rise as Pope and China Edge Closer to Deal
- Pietro Parolin: Bergoglio's Bulldog
- Dare We Join The Dots (on the Barros Affair)?
- BBC: The Bp. Juan Barros Case
- The Biathlon: Skiing and long-guns
Lenten Reading Links (this list will be expanded over time):
- eBook: Meditations from the School of Jesus Crucified
- Divine Intimacy
- The Spiritual Combat (by Dom Lorenzo Scupoli)
- Daily Meditations and Readings from St. Alphonsus
- Audiobook: The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ (by Anne Catherine Emmerich)
- Paperback: The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ (by Anne Catherine Emmerich)
- Lenten Mission sermon series on the Four Last Things
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