Thursday, October 19, 2017

October 13, 2017: Prodigy of the Sun During the Reconsecration of Nigeria to the Immaculate Heart of Mary

  • On the website of the episcopate of that country, it is assured that it happened in the presence of all the bishops who made the consecration.
  • Watch videos below.
  • The Consecration of Russia is also urgent, in the terms demanded by Our Lady.

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

While Ecuador Protests Against Gender Ideology, in Paraguay a Priest Destroys It in Two Minutes

On October 14, hundreds of thousands of Ecuadorians congregated in several streets of Quito, the nation´s capital, in a demonstration in which they demanded the right of the parents to educate their children in the natural values. There were massive concentrations in the major cities of that country.


What consequences can the introduction of Gender Ideology have in education? In Paraguay not only did they ask this, but they even debated about it in the Bicameral Hall of the Legislative Palace. But now, thanks to Father Miguel Martinez, everyone knows the answer.

Father Martinez had two minutes to intervene and explain his point of view. It was direct, clear and forceful:

"Good Morning. Please do not pay attention to the cassock, I will not talk to you about the Bible and the Catechism; but about common sense for people who think with common sense.

The evil of Gender Ideology in educational programs lies in the fact that our children would grow up believing that we can separate thoughts from reality. Before, it was reality that told us what was true and what was not. But Gender Ideology transfers this authority from reality to the State, to politicians in turn to ideologized NGOs, or simply to the whims and emotional disorders of everyone. Self-perception either submits to the biological data of reality or becomes arbitrary, tyrannical, sentimental and stupid.

In the last 5 years, in Scotland and England, there has been an increase in the number of children requesting treatment of gender change by 500 and 1000 per cent, respectively, because of educational programs. This happens because a child, obviously, does not possess all the psychological development that he or she needs, and therefore, their self-perception may be fragile. Who does not know a child who thinks he is Superman, Naruto or a Ninja Turtle? But it does not occur to anyone to think that a superhero would be trapped in the body of that child, except to Gender Perspective.

That is the argument that is proposed in each book denounced here. The child thinks as a child until an adult teaches him to think by connecting things with reality, and only then can they mature and become adults.

That a woman may not be woman and a man may not be a man, is a contradiction that can only nest in the mind of a Paraguayan when it is torn from its culture through the social re-engineering of the single speech. (Which the press is already doing).

That is why every honest man has to demand that the Paraguayan State listen to its people and reject categorically any law, treaty, agreement or educational program that promotes this anti-scientific, unnatural and, therefore, immoral Gender Perspective.

Thank you very much.”


Sunday, October 15, 2017

Representation of the Miracle Occurred 100 Years Ago in Fatima Before Thousands of Witnesses

On 13 October 1917, Our Lady of Fatima appeared to the three shepherds for the last time, and 70,000 people witnessed in Cova da Iria the "dance of the sun":

"At one o'clock in the afternoon, solar noon, the rain ceased, the pearly gray sky illuminated the vast arid region with a strange light.

The sun was covered by a transparent gauze veil that made it easy to stare at it.

The gray shade turned into a silver foil that broke when the clouds opened.

And the silver sun, wrapped in the same veil of gray light, was seen rotating and moving in the circle of open clouds.

A groan was heard from every mouth and people fell to their knees on the muddy ground.

The light turned into a beautiful blue, as if it went through a stained glass window of a cathedral.

And it spread his beams over the people who were on their knees with outstretched arms.

The blue disappeared slowly, and then the light seemed to pierce a yellow glass.

The yellow light tinged the white handkerchiefs and the dark skirts of the women.

The same thing happened in the trees, the stones and in the mountains. People wept and prayed with their heads uncovered in the presence of the miracle they had hoped for. The seconds seemed like hours, so intense were they."

("O Dia", newspaper of Lisbon, edition 17 October, 1917).

Friday, October 13, 2017

Luther, the Great Heretic

Lutero, gran hereje

Luther, the Great Heretic

The thesis that stated that the moral decadence of the Church under the Renaissance Popes had reached an intolerable extreme, and that Luther led the Protestants against this situation, demanding a "reform", is false and no current historian is capable of holding it.

Next 31 October will mark a new anniversary of the 95 theses nailed, in 1517, by Luther to the door of the church of the Wittenburg palace. There are several recent publications on Luther, in which he is shown as a Bible enthusiast, as its propagator and as a reformer of a Roman Church corrupted in its time, etc. It therefore seems appropriate to make some clarifications.

He was not a reformer of manners, but of doctrines.- The thesis that states that the moral decadence of the Church under the Renaissance Popes had reached an intolerable extreme, and that Luther led the Protestants against this situation, demanding a "reform " is false and no current historian is capable of holding it. Among other reasons, because Luther himself dismisses this interpretation of his work in numerous explicit statements. "I do not dispute bad customs, but impious doctrines." And years later he insists on this: "I did not challenge immoralities and abuses, but the substance and doctrine of the Papacy." "Among us," he confessed openly, "life is rotten, as it is among the Papists; but we do not accuse them of immorality ", but of doctrinal errors. Indeed, "bellum est Luthero cum prava doctrina, cum impiis dogmatis" (Melanchton).

Reformer of the Catholic doctrine.- Luther, in fact, fought with all his forces against the doctrine of the Catholic Church. To begin with, he destroyed the Bible, by leaving it at the mercy of free examination, he changed the infallible and unique Divine Word for an innumerable and contradictory variety of fallible human words. He destroyed the Apostolic succession, the ministerial priesthood, the bishops and priests, the doctrine of the Fathers and Councils. He eliminated the Eucharist, as a sacrifice of redemption. He destroyed the devotion and worship of the Blessed Virgin and the saints, the vows and religious life, the charitable function of ecclesiastical law. He transformed the seven sacraments into one and a half. He affirmed, on the basis of the total corruption of man by original sin, that "reason is the devil's great whore, a whore eaten away by mange and leprosy" (etc., and five more lines). And for the same reason, and with equal passion, he denied the freedom of man (1525, De servo arbitrio), stating that "the most certain and religious" thing would be that the very term "free will" disappeared from the language. As a logical consequence, he also denied the need for good works for salvation. In short, with its "correct answers", as an author today writes, he practically destroyed all Christianity, destroying Christendom in passing.

Schizoid thinking.- The Catholic Church links reason with faith, understanding theology as "ratio fide illustrata" (Vatican I). It links the Bible with Tradition and the apostolic Magisterium (Vatican II, Dei Verbum 10). It links grace with the free action of the human will. Et et.

Luther's thought, on the other hand, is schizoid: Vel vel. Considering that "reason is the devil's great whore," he concludes: sola fides. Convinced that the mind and conscience of the Christian man are above the Fathers, the Popes and the Councils, he dictates: sola Scriptura. Affirming that man is not free, and that good works for salvation are not necessary, he declares: sole gratia.

The greatest offender of the Kingdom.- Luther writes that "the entire Church of the Pope is a Church of whores and hermaphrodites," and that the pope himself is "a furious madman, a forger of history, a liar, a blasphemer," a pig, a donkey, etc., and that all papal acts are "sealed with the devil's shit, and written with the farts of the donkey-pope." Countless pages could be filled with similar or worse phrases.

The Catholic theologians of Luther's time rejected his theses, earning from him the foreseeable qualifiers. The Faculty of Paris was "the condemned synagogue of the devil, the most abominable intellectual whore who has lived under the sun." And the theologians of Leuven, for their part, were "gross asses, cursed pigs, epicurean pigs, heretics and idolaters, damn broth of hell." It is not surprising that, thinking thus, Luther rejected Charles V's proposition in Worms to discuss his doctrines with the most prestigious Catholic theologians. Who can be interested in discussing with demon-possessed pigs?

In addition, Luther's insults had a universal extension: German women, for example, were "shameless slanders"; the peasants and bourgeois, "drunkards, given to all vices"; and of the students he said "there were scarcely one or two in a thousand he could recommend."

The perfect heretic.- "I, Dr. Luther, unworthy evangelist of our Lord Jesus Christ, assure you that neither the Roman Emperor [...] nor the pope, cardinals, bishops, saints, princes or knights will have anything against these articles, in spite of the whole world and all the devils [...] I am the one who affirms it, I, Dr. Martin Luther, speaking in the name of the Holy Spirit ». "I do not admit that my doctrine can be judged by anybody, not even the angels. Whoever does not listen to my doctrine cannot be saved."

Rough with the poor, weak with the powerful.- On the occasion of the uprising of the peasants, who demanded, first nicely and then not so much, what they considered their rights, writes Luther a harsh invective against the rapacious and homicide hordes of the peasants (1525). "The seditious must be thrown down, strangled and killed privately or publicly, for nothing is more poisonous, harmful and diabolical than a promoter of seditions, just as one must kill a rabid dog, because if you do not kill it, it will end with you and with all the country."

Luther, however, was very gentle with the powerful German princes, in order to win their favor. When, for example, Philip of Hessen, a great landgrave, married to Catherine, with whom he had seven children, demanded the approval of an additional marriage with a lady of the Saxon nobility, he obtained both Luther and Melanchton’s license, provided that it was kept secret. In this case of polygamy, consumed in 1540, they relied on the ancient Jewish Patriarchs.

Frightened of his own work.- The results of Luther's preaching were devastating in the morality of the people, and he himself recognized it. "Since the tyranny of the pope has ended for us, everyone despises pure and healthy doctrine. We no longer have the appearance of men, but of real brutes, a beastly species”. Of his followers he affirmed that "they are seven times worse than before. After preaching our doctrine, men gave themselves up to robbery, sham, drunkenness, and all manner of vices. We cast out a demon [the papacy] and there came seven worse."

Terrified, he wrote to Zwingli: "It is frightening to see how where at one time everything was tranquility and peace prevailed, now there are all kinds of sects and factions: an abomination that inspires pity [...] I am forced to confess it: my doctrine has produced many scandals. Yes; I cannot deny it; these things often terrify me. "And he still foresaw major disasters. One day he confided to his friend Melanchton: "How many different teachers will emerge in the next century? The confusion will come to an end”.

That's how it went. And so it has been in accelerated progression, until the great current apostasy of the old Catholic nations.

José María Iraburu, priest
Source: Infocatólica

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

More than a Million Poles Prayed the Rosary along the Border for the Salvation of Poland and the World

It was an initiative of the laity supported by the Episcopal Conference of Poland

Thousands of Catholics walking toward Poland's border with Czech Republic / New York Times
October 10, 2017. Last Saturday took place one of the biggest prayers of the Rosary in the history of Europe. More than a million Polish Catholics made a human prayer chain along the more than 3,000 kilometers of the country's border to surround it and pray for Poland, Europe and the world asking Mary for her protection.

The initiative surpassed any forecast and provided spectacular images, because there were groups of people praying the Rosary anywhere along the border. The initiative was carried out by lay Catholics of “God Alone Suffices”, supported by different private and state companies and the Episcopal Conference. The Prime Minister of the country also joined the event by publishing in his Twitter account a picture of a Rosary.

A group of people pray on the border between Poland and Belarus / New York Times

The Episcopal Conference claims that this is the second prayer meeting in Europe, only surpassed by the last World Youth Day in Krakow.
Recovering the Christian roots of Europe
The archbishop of Krakow, Marek Jedraszewski, said that it is necessary to pray for Europe. "Let us pray so that other nations of Europe and the world understand that we need to return to the Christian roots of European culture if we want Europe to remain Europe."
In each of the thousand points where the Rosary was organized, the day began with a Mass, a subsequent pilgrimage and ended with the Marian prayer at the border. Those who could not attend did so from their parishes.

A date not chosen at random
The date chosen to organize the event "Rosary on the borders" was not casual. The organizers explained that Saturday, October 7, was the ideal day for these reasons:
  • It was the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary, a day that also commemorates the victory of Christianity in Lepanto.
  • It was the first Saturday of the month, and Our Lady of Fatima spoke of the importance of this devotion.
  • 2017 marks the 140th anniversary of the apparition of Our Lady in Gietrzwald, the only one recognized in Poland.
The Rosary can "change the fate of Poland and the whole world"
The organizers of the event said that "the powerful prayer of the Rosary can change the fate of Poland, Europe and even the whole world. Suffice it to say that Mary always asks for the praying of the Rosary in almost all her revelations. "

"Through this unprecedented prayer of the Rosary we want to show fidelity and obedience to Our Lady, who tirelessly calls us to say the Rosary. We also want to apologize for all blasphemy and insults against the Immaculate Heart of Mary. We wish to implore by the intercession of the Mother of God to save Poland and the world. "
After the success in Poland, now Italy
The success of this initiative in Poland has caused that the prayer of the Rosary extends to other countries. This is the case of Italy, where the Marian group AIASM also wants to pray to Mary for the protection of their country and Europe.

The event will take place next Friday, October 13, at 5:30 p.m. In this case, a call is made for simultaneous prayer throughout the country but inside the parishes. This is "the most powerful initiative for peace, to recite the Holy Rosary."

Below you will find videos of some of the places where the Rosary was prayed on the borders of Poland:

Monday, October 9, 2017

Our Lady of the Rosary


All Christian Europe was about to be invaded by the Muslims. Had that been the case, the history of the world would have been completely different. And only God knows what darkness would have invaded all the Christian peoples... just imagine the current persecution in Syria, all Middle East and Africa!

Pope St. Pius V called the Christian nations to form an army to defeat them. Who would command the Christian Armed Forces?!... He celebrated a Mass so that God would illuminate him... and while he was reading the Last Gospel he read ... "there was a man sent from God, whose name was John..." "Heaven has answered," he thought, "Don Juan of Austria, a great man, Christian, soldier, illegitimate son of Charles V, great-grandson of the great Isabel la Católica, would guide the Christian army, infinitely smaller than the Muslim army."

The decisive battle was fought at Lepanto in 1571 ... the enemy forces were far superior, the Pope was praying, the Vatican was wielding the Rosary... and at that moment he had a vision: the Christian army had miraculously won! Christianity had been spared of the invasion that would have ended with all the Christianity in Europe! Thanks to the Holy Rosary!

Therefore, the Pope instituted the Feast of the Holy Rosary on October 7, when the Battle of Lepanto was won.

Let us reflect ... a grandson of Isabel la Católica... the praying of the Holy Rosary...

The year 1571 witnessed "the most memorable and high occasion that the last centuries have witnessed and that future ones may hope to see," said Miguel de Cervantes, the Manco of Lepanto. At the geographical and historical crossroads of the Gulf of Lepanto, Spain, once again provided a decisive battle for the destiny of mankind.

Today we are fighting an even worse battle... we will have to do our part...

For this reason, there is a particular urgency of unity today, when a silent Muslim infiltration is invading Europe, when it is trying to dismember Christianism, when human sacrifices are renewed - through the crime of abortion - in many countries and, paradoxically, in Mexico where Our Lady of Guadalupe came to abolish them, when the Church is occupied - to a great extent - by forces that try to destroy it from the inside, when the dictatorship of relativism invades and numbs consciences, when the family is the target of all the attacks from the infernal forces.

Let us pray our Rosary for our nations during this month, asking for forgiveness for the sins that we commit as a nation, and especially for the abortion. Let us console the heart of Our Lady and strive to eradicate abortion and ban it in our countries.

May God help us all to pray the Holy Rosary with all our hearts, and to do penance so that through the intercession of Our Lady this GREAT BATTLE THAT CHRISTIANITY IS WAGING AGAINST THE DEVIL IS WON.

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

2 October: Holy Guardian Angels

  • Matthew 18:10 - "See that you despise not one of these little ones: for I say to you, that their angels in heaven always see the face of my Father who is in heaven."
  • Saint Basil: "Every one of the faithful has beside him an angel as tutor and pastor, to lead him to life." cf. Saint Basil, Adv, Eunomium, III, 1; see also Saint Thomas, S. Th., I, q. 11, a. 3).

Saturday, September 30, 2017

Correctio Filialis De Haeresibus Propagatis


A 25-page letter signed by 40 Catholic clergy and lay scholars was delivered to Pope Francis on August 11th. Since no answer was received from the Holy Father, it is being made public today, 24th September, Feast of Our Lady of Ransom and of Our Lady of Walsingham. The letter, which is open to new signatories, now has the names of 62 clergy and lay scholars from 20 countries, who also represent others lacking the necessary freedom of speech. It has a Latin title: ‘Correctio filialis de haeresibus propagatis’ (literally, ‘A filial correction concerning the propagation of heresies’). It states that the pope has, by his Apostolic Exhortation Amoris laetitia, and by other, related, words, deeds and omissions, effectively upheld 7 heretical positions about marriage, the moral life, and the reception of the sacraments, and has caused these heretical opinions to spread in the Catholic Church. These 7 heresies are expressed by the signatories in Latin, the official language of the Church.
This letter of correction has 3 main parts. In the first part, the signatories explain why, as believing and practising Catholics, they have the right and duty to issue such a correction to the supreme pontiff. Church law itself requires that competent persons not remain silent when the pastors of the Church are misleading the flock. This involves no conflict with the Catholic dogma of papal infallibility, since the Church teaches that a pope must meet strict criteria before his utterances can be considered infallible. Pope Francis has not met these criteria. He has not declared these heretical positions to be definitive teachings of the Church, or stated that Catholics must believe them with the assent of faith. The Church teaches no pope can claim that God has revealed some new truth to him, which it would be obligatory for Catholics to believe.
The second part of the letter is the essential one, since it contains the ‘Correction’ properly speaking. It lists the passages of Amoris laetitia in which heretical positions are insinuated or encouraged, and then it lists words, deeds, and omissions of Pope Francis which make it clear beyond reasonable doubt that he wishes Catholics to interpret these passages in a way that is, in fact, heretical. In particular, the pope has directly or indirectly countenanced the beliefs that obedience to God’s Law can be impossible or undesirable, and that the Church should sometimes accept adultery as compatible with being a practising Catholic.
The final part, called ‘Elucidation’, discusses two causes of this unique crisis. One cause is ‘Modernism’. Theologically speaking, Modernism is the belief that God has not delivered definite truths to the Church, which she must continue to teach in exactly the same sense until the end of time. Modernists hold that God communicates to mankind only experiences., which human beings can reflect on, so as to make various statements about God, life and religion; but such statements are only provisional, never fixed dogmas. Modernism was condemned by Pope St Pius X at the start of the 20th century, but it revived in the middle of the century. The great and continuing confusion caused in the Catholic Church by Modernism obliges the signatories to describe the true meaning of ‘faith’, ‘heresy’, ‘revelation’, and ‘magisterium’.
A second cause of the crisis is the apparent influence of the ideas of Martin Luther on Pope Francis. The letter shows how Luther, the founder of Protestantism, had ideas on marriage, divorce, forgiveness, and divine law which correspond to those which the pope has promoted by word, deed and omission. It also notes the explicit and unprecedented praise given by Pope Francis to the German heresiarch.
The signatories do not venture to judge the degree of awareness with which Pope Francis has propagated the 7 heresies which they list. But they respectfully insist that he condemn these heresies, which he has directly or indirectly upheld.
The signatories profess their loyalty to the holy Roman Church, assure the pope of their prayers, and ask for his apostolic blessing.

Dr. Gerard J. M. van den Aardweg
European editor, Empirical Journal of Same-Sex Sexual Behavior
Fr Claude Barthe
Diocesan Priest
Philip M. Beattie
BA (Leeds), MBA(Glasgow), MSc (Warwick), Dip.Stats (Dublin) Associate Lecturer, University of Malta (Malta)
Fr Jehan de BellevilleReligious
Dr. Philip Blosser
Professor of Philosophy, Sacred Heart Major Seminary, Archdiocese of Detroit
Fr Robert Brucciani
District superior of the SSPX in Great Britain
Prof. Mario Caponnetto
University Professor, Mar de la Plata (Argentina)
Mr Robert F. Cassidy STL
Fr Isio CecchiniParish Priest in Tuscany
Salvatore J. Ciresi, MA
Director of the St. Jerome Biblical Guild, Lecturer at the Notre Dame Graduate School of Christendom College
Fr. Linus F Clovis, PhD, JCL, M.Sc., STB, Dip. Ed,
Director of the Secretariat for Family and Life
Fr Paul Cocard Religious
Fr Thomas Crean OP STD
Prof. Matteo D’Amico
Professor of History and Philosophy, Senior High School of Ancona
Dr. Chiara Dolce PhD
Research doctor in Moral Philosophy at the University of Cagliari
Deacon Nick Donnelly MA
Petr Dvorak
Head of Department for the Study of Ancient and Medieval Thought at the Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague; Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Saints Cyril and Methodius Theological Faculty, Palacky University, Olomouc, Czech Republic
H.E. Mgr Bernard Fellay
Superior General of the SSPX
Christopher Ferrara Esq.
Founding President of the American Catholic Lawyers’ Association
Prof. Michele Gaslini
Professor of Public Law at the University of Udine
Prof. Corrado Gnerre
Professor at the Istituto Superiore di Scienze Religiose of Benevento, Pontifical Theological University of Southern Italy
Dr. Ettore Gotti Tedeschi
Former President of the Institute for Works of Religion (IOR), Professor of Ethics at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan
Dr. Maria Guarini STB
Pontificia Università Seraphicum, Rome; editor of the website Chiesa e postconcilio
Prof. Robert Hickson PhD
Retired Professor of Literature and of Strategic-Cultural Studies
Fr John Hunwicke
Former Senior Research Fellow, Pusey House, Oxford
Fr Jozef HuttaDiocesan Priest
Prof. Isebaert Lambert
Full Professor at the Catholic University of Louvain, and at the Flemish Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Dr. John Lamont STL DPhil (Oxon.)
Fr Serafino M. Lanzetta STD
Lecturer in Dogmatic Theology, Theological Faculty of Lugano, Switzerland; Priest in charge of St Mary’s, Gosport, in the diocese of Portsmouth
Prof. Massimo de Leonardis
Professor and Director of the Department of Political Sciences at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan
Msgr. Prof. Antonio Livi
Academic of the Holy See
Dean emeritus of the Pontifical Lateran University
Vice-rector of the church of Sant’Andrea del Vignola, Rome
Dr. Carlo Manetti
Professor in Private Universities in Italy
Prof. Pietro De Marco
Former Professor at the University of Florence
Prof. Roberto de Mattei
Former Professor of the History of Christianity, European University of Rome, former Vice President of the National Research Council (CNR)
Fr Cor MennenLecturer in Canon Law at the Major Seminary of the Diocese of ‘s-Hertogenbosch (Netherlands). Canon of the cathedral chapter of the diocese of ‘s-Hertogenbosch
Prof. Stéphane Mercier
Lecturer in Philosophy at the Catholic University of Louvain
Don Alfredo Morselli STL
Parish priest of the archdiocese of Bologna
Martin Mosebach
Writer and essayist
Dr. Claude E. Newbury M.B., B.Ch., D.T.M&H., D.O.H., M.F.G.P., D.C.H., D.P.H., D.A., M. Med; Former Director of Human Life International in Africa south of the Sahara; former Member of the Human Services Commission of the Catholic Bishops of South Africa
Prof. Lukas Novak
Faculty of Arts and Philosophy, Charles University, Prague
Fr Guy Pagès
Diocesan Priest
Prof. Paolo Pasqualucci
Professor of Philosophy (retired), University of Perugia
Prof. Claudio Pierantoni
Professor of Medieval Philosophy in the Philosophy Faculty of the University of Chile; Former Professor of Church History and Patrology at the Faculty of Theology of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Father Anthony Pillari, J.C.L., M.C.L
Prof. Enrico Maria Radaelli
Philosopher, editor of the works of Romano Amerio
Dr. John Rao
Associate Professor of History, St. John’s University, NYC; Chairman, Roman Forum
Dr. Carlo Regazzoni
Licentiate in Philosophy at University of Freiburg
Dr. Giuseppe Reguzzoni
External Researcher at the Catholic University of Milan and former editorial assistant of Communio, International Catholic Review (Italian edition)
Arkadiusz Robaczewski MA (Phil.)
Fr Settimio M. Sancioni STD
Licence in Biblical Science
Prof. Andrea Sandri
Research Associate, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan
Dr. Joseph Shaw
Tutor in Moral philosophy, St Benet’s Hall, University of Oxford
Fr Paolo M. Siano HED
(Historiae Ecclesiasticae Doctor)
Dr. Cristina Siccardi
Historian of the Church
Dr. Anna Silvas
Adjunct research fellow, University of New England, NSW, Australia
Prof. Dr Thomas Stark
Phil.-Theol. Hochschule Benedikt XVI, Heiligenkreuz
Rev. Glen Tattersall
Parish Priest, Parish of Bl. John Henry Newman, archdiocese of Melbourne; Rector, St Aloysius’ Church
Prof. Giovanni Turco
Associate Professor of Philosophy of Public Law at the University of Udine, Member Corrispondent of the Pontificia Accademia San Tommaso d’Aquino
Prof. Piero Vassallo
Former editor of Cardinal Siri’s theological review Renovatio
Prof. Arnaldo Vidigal Xavier da Silveira
Former Professor at the Pontifical University of São Paulo, Brazil
Msgr. José Luiz Villac
Former Rector of the Seminary of Jacarezinho
On 24th September 2017:
Leo Darroch
President, Foederatio Internationalis Una Voce 2007 – 2013
Dr. Mauro Faverzani
Editor of the Magazine “Radici Cristiane” (Italy)
H.E. Mgr Rene Henry Gracida D.D.
Bishop Emeritus of the Diocese of Corpus Christi, Texas
Fr Pio Idowu BA (Phil.)
Fr Luis Eduardo Rodríguez Rodríguez
Parish Priest, Parroquia del Espíritu Santo y N.S. de La Antigua Diocese de Los Teques, Venezuela
Wolfram Schrems MA (Phil.) MA (Theol.)
Catechist for adults, contributor for Catholic and secular websites, works in the pro-life-field, Vienna (Austria)
On 25th September 2017:
Fr Luiz Antonio de Aguiar Portugal
Dr. Antonio Aragoni MA (Religious Science)
Dr. Riccardo Calzavara
Dr. Riccardo Cavalli
Dr. Andrea Martini, MA (Education Science)
Fr Michel Morille France
Fr Andrew Pinsent BA, MA, DPhil, PhB, STB, Phl, PhD
Director of the Ian Ramsey Center for Science and Religion, Oxford
Priest of the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton
Fr Cyrille Perret France
Patrick Tomeny, Jr, MD, MPH, DABA
Prof. Leonardo Schwinden
Professor of Philosophy, Universidad Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil
Gianpaolo De Vita PhD (Phil.)
University of Salerno
On 26th September 2017:
Dr. Salvatore Giuseppe Alessi BA (Phil.), BA (Theol.)
Economist, Italy
Fr Enrique Eduardo Alsamora Spain
Dr. Winfried Aymans
Professor em. of Canon Law, University of Munich
Fr William Barrocas
Dr. Johannes Bronish PhD (Phil.)
Dr. Richard Belleville PhD
Formerly Chairman of Philosophy Department, Anna Maria College, Paxton (MA)
Fr Alejo Benitez Spain
Fr Felix-Maximilian-Marie Bogoridi-Liven France
Fr Giorgio Bellei Italy
Sister M. Blaise Chukwu Religious
Dr. Nicola Bonora Professor
Fr Nathaniel Brazil
Dr. Isobel Camp PhD
Professor of Philosophy at the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas, Angelicum (Rome)
Fr José Miguel Marqués Campo Spain
Prof. Neri Capponi Former Professor of Canon Law at the University of Florence,
Judge of the Tuscany Ecclesiastical Matromonial Court
Dr. Fabiano Caso, Phd (Phil.) Phd (Theol.) BA (Theoretic Phil.)
Psychoanalyst, Italy
Fr Jose Chamakalayil
Dr. Francisco Fernández de la Cigoña Journalist and Writer, Spain
Dr. Richard Dalton BSc, MA, MBA, MPhil
Trinity College Dublin
Dr. Angelo Elli MA (Phil.)
Dr. Manuel Fantoni PhD
Fr Marazsi Ferenc 
Fr Thomas Agustin Gazpocnetti Lic. Phil.
Dr. Rossana Giannelli MA (Phil.)
Fr Alvaro Salvador Gutiérrez Félix Professor of Philosophy, Diocese of Mexicali, Mexico
Dr. Christian Hecht Phd (Phil.), BA (Theol.)
Fr John Houston
Dr. Ignacio María Gallo Ingrao
Professor of Philosophy
Fr Czeslaw Kolasa
Fr Eduardo Guzmán López, STL
Parish Priest, Spain 
Michael Theodor van Laack BA (Theol.)
Dr. Moisés Gomes de Lima Professor
Fr Andrea Mancinella Diocese of Albano
Fr Antonio Mancini Italy
Dr. Jose Marquez Lic. Canon Law
Fr Peter Masik PhD
Professor of Dogmatic Theology, Bratislava
Dr. Martin Mayer PhD (Theol.)
Fr Fabiano MontanaroDefensor Vinculi by the Rota Romana, Rome
Dr. Arroyo Moreno Lic. Phil.
Professor em. at the University Panamerica and University Anahuac, Spain
Dr. Renata Negri Professor, Italy
Prof. Hermes Rodrigues Nery 
Bioethicist, Journalist and Writer, Director of Movimento Legislação e Vida, Brazil
Dr. Lucrecia Rego de Planas 
University Professor, Mathematician, Master in Religious Science and Humanities, Doctor in Interdisciplinary Research
Fr Bernard Pellabeuf France
Fr Eros Pellizzari Italy
Thomas Pfeifer BA (Phil.)
Fr Vidko Podrzaj 
Priest of the Chapel of Our Lady of Good Success
Dr. José Arturo Quarracino 
Philosopher, Spain
Dr. Kevin Regan MD, BA MA (Theol.)
Fr Robert Repenning
Fr Jasson Rodas
Fr Darrell Roman
Fr Giovanni Romani Italy
Fr Humberto Jordán Sánchez Vázquez Diocesan Priest
Dr. Alvear Sanìn Editor, Writer, Columnist
Dr. Mauro Scaringi MA (Phil.)
RE Professor, Italy
Dr. Nikolaus Staubach PhD
Professor at the University of Münster
Rev. Prof. Alberto Strumia MA (Physics), STD
Professor at the Theological Faculty of Emilia-Romagna (Bologna) 
Fr. Tam X. Tran, STL
Pastor, Archdiocese of Washington, USA
Dr. Andreas Trutzel BA (Theol.)
Dr. Beata Vertessy Professor, Hungary 
Fr Marcelo Villegas Spain
Dr. Giorgio Zauli Professor, Writer, Italy
Dr. Hubert Windisch Professor em.
Dr. Paul Winske Professor, Germany
Fr Ernst-Werner Wolff Germany
On 28th September 2017:
John F. Ambs 
Senior Executive Service, US Intelligence Community
Brother André Marie M.I.C.M. BA (Humanities), MA (Theol.)
Prior of Saint Benedict Center in Richmond, New Hampshire.
Prof. Denis Crouan PhD (Theol.)
President of the ‘Association Pro Liturgia’, France
Fr James Duncan SJ
Professor em. of Theology, Maison St. Michel, Brussels
Fr Giorgio Ghio STD
Theological Faculty of Lugano (Switzerland)
Artur Paczyna
Former (2007-2016) President of Silesian Association of the Faithful of the Latin Tradition
Patrick Linbeck BA, STL
Board Member of the Avila Foundation and Texas Right to Life
Dr. Hon. J.D. RasnickSitting judge, Superior court probate court and municipal court judge President Una Voce Georgia
Trey Tagert BA (Phil. University of Dallas) M.T.S. (University of Dallas)
Prof. Giovanni Zenone PhD
President Fede & Cultura (Italy)
Director Gondolin Institute Press (Colorado, USA)
On 29th September 2017:
Fr Daniel Becker BS, MS, M.Div., PhD
Parish Priest, Diocese of Worcester (USA)
Fr Remus Mircea Birtz BA, STL, STD, BA (Christian Architecture)
Church historian, Romania
Prof. Balázs Déri
Professor at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
Fr Mark Gantley, JCL, Judicial Vicar, Diocese of Honolulu (HI, USA)
Dr. Peter Micallef-Eynaud MD (UCathSCJ), MSc (PH Med), BA (Rel. St.), MA (Theol. Melit.)
Prof. Cesar Félix Sanchez Martínez
Professor of Philosophy of Nature, Philosophy of History and History of Philosophy (Modern and Contemporary) at the Archdiocesan Seminary of Saint Jerome, Arequipa-Perú
Prof. Nigel John Morgan
Professor em. of History of Art, University of Cambridge
Fr Alphonsus Maria Krutsinger C.SS.R.
Religious, Preacher of Parish Missions
Dr. Eric E. Puosi PhD
Lecturer in Systematic Theology and History of the Reformation, Viareggio, Italy
Dr. med. Christian Spaemann MA (Phil.)
Specialist in Psychiatry and Psychotherapeutic medicine, Germany
Fr Michael Sauer MA (Theol.)
Diocese of Eichstätt, Germany
On 30th September 2017:
Fr Osvaldo Briones SJS
Parish Priest, Wisconsin (USA)
Fr Carlo Brivio
Diocesan priest, Lombardia (Italy) 
Pablo Esteban Camacho PHB & MSc, BA (Phil.)
Fr Walter Covens
Diocesan priest, Martinica 
David Percival C. Flores
Human Resources Professional
Diocese of Malolos, Philippines 
Dr. med. Francisco Arturo Cuenca Flórez
Bogotá, Colombia
Dr. Lee Fratantuono AB Holy Cross; AM Boston College, PhD Fordham
Professor and Chair of Classics
Ohio Wesleyan University
Delaware, Ohio (USA)
Deacon Franco Gerevini
Diocese of Bergamo (Italy)
Dr. Michael Kakooza PhD (Wales) in Communication & Ideology,
Consultant, Uganda Technology & Management University, Former Deputy Vice Chancellor, Research, Innovation & Development, KIM University, Rwanda
Dr. Robert Lazu PhD (Phil.)
Writer and Lecturer, Romania 
Philip James Maguire
Former Senior Journalist for the Melbourne Catholic Advocate, Sunday Herald Sun newspaper and Australian Broadcasting Commission. Former Senior Adviser to the Victorian State National Party Leader
Neerim East, Victoria (Australia).
Dr.  Paul A. Scott MA, PhD (Dunelm), FRHistS
Associate Professor of French, Co-Director of Undergraduate Studies in French, General Editor of The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies (Brill)
Department of French, Francophone and Italian Studies
School of Languages, Literatures & Cultures
University of Kansas (USA)
Fr Denis Tolardo
Parochial Vicar, Veneto (Italy)
Fr Christian Viña BA (Theol.)
Parish Priest, Archidiocese de La Plata, Argentina 
John-Henry Westen MA
Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief
Elizabeth Yore J.D.
Attorney and International Child Advocate
Former General Counsel at the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services and General Counsel at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children