Crisis Series Podcast, Episode #33 - The Limits of Obedience.

by Andrew Latham

Crisis Series Podcast, Episode #33 - The Limits of Obedience.

Presented by Fr. A. Wiseman, professor of Metaphysics and Dogma at the St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary, in Dillwyn, Virginia. 

This episode is the linchpin of the Crisis Series, pulling in all the concepts we've already learned, and setting the stage for the rest of the episodes. In short, are there limits to obeying a higher authority? Are traditional Catholics just being disobedient and spiteful? What can we learn from this episode about Traditiones Custodes?

Notes on this episode available at http://sspxpodcast.com/crisis

View on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/FVJcGhmxmuw

 





Andrew Latham
Andrew Latham

Author



Also in News from Tradition

The Immensity of Mary according to Saint Bonaventure
The Immensity of Mary according to Saint Bonaventure

by Angelus Press

It is difficult to grasp the true greatness of Mary. People often tend to consider her more in her smallness, in her charm as the Mother of the Child Jesus. However, this Virgin, so beautiful, so humble, is more immense than the whole universe.

View full article →

During This Month of November, Let Us Pray for the Poor Souls in Purgatory
During This Month of November, Let Us Pray for the Poor Souls in Purgatory

by Angelus Press

The month of November is traditionally dedicated in the Catholic Church to honoring the dead and relieving the sufferings of the souls in purgatory.

On this occasion the Church not only multiplies the number of Masses on November 2, All Souls Day, but also encourages the faithful to honor their graves and to have Masses said for their deceased ones throughout this month. Indulgences are attached to this pious works.

View full article →

Golden Jubilee and transfer of the mortal remains of Archbishop Lefebvre
Golden Jubilee and transfer of the mortal remains of Archbishop Lefebvre

by Angelus Press

On September 24th, 2020, the Saint Pius X Seminary, founded in 1970, in Ecône by Archbishop Lefebvre, celebrated its 50th anniversary.

View full article →