In preparation for the election, Fr. Altman offers his take on Joe Biden’s claim that he is a faithful Catholic.
Fr. Altman doubles down in his widely anticipated follow up to the viral video “You Cannot Be Catholic & a Democrat” – which he maintains is the simple truth and a no-brainer statement. Altman discusses the “great tragedy” of the Church, and left-wing cancel culture – the bullying and … Read more
Fr. Altman offers what may be his last live streamed Mass from his parish as a result of his bishop moving to silence him.
On the feast day of St. Gregory the Great, Fr. Altman draws upon the Psalmist words today to confirm our hope is in the Lord.
Father Altman calls out the hypocrisies of Church hierarchy and their destructive leftist politicization of the Catholic Church that has slapped faithful Catholics in the face and led many others astray. Altman also explains the basis of human nature and our purpose in life.
Fr. Altman ponders the Psalmist words, “In you Lord, I have found my peace” in the context of today’s chaos in society and in the Church.
Fr. Altman discusses how Jesus cleansed the temple of the merchants and how he will come again to cleanse His Church of corruption.
Fr. Altman reflects on the real privilege of being Catholic and how godless forces in today’s society are seeking the wrong kinds of privilege.
Fr. Altman reviews the meaning of Jesus giving the keys of the kingdom to Peter and its relevance to ecumenism.
Fr. Altman reflects upon the Ezekiel’s warning to the shepherds of his time and its applicability to our current times.