216: Mr McCarrick, Vigano, Pope Francis and Rome Summit [Podcast]

#TnT discuss ExCardinal McCarrick’s “removal from the clerical state” and the hints to the agenda of Pope Francis’ Rome Summit. Dr Taylor Marshall and Timothy Gordon also discuss the full text of Vigano’s recent essay on the upcoming Rome summit. This is a jammed packed #TnT.

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215: Good Priests: How Do We Support Them? [Podcast]

We have solid orthodox priests who are good men. How do we support them? Dr. Taylor Marshall interviews Father John Hollowell about how the laity can support good priests morally and financially. In order to rebuild the Church, we need holy priests. Let’s come together to help them.

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214: Corrupt Pope and Bishops? Follow the Money [Podcast]

Why do we have corrupt bishops? Why are they compromised? Follow the money. Dr Taylor Marshall interviews Dr John Zmirak about how bishops receive funds directly from the secular governments and how this dependency creates corruption in places like the United States and Germany. They also discuss “green theology”, Pope Francis, and other topics related to this Catholic problem.

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213: Pope Benedict’s Resignation [Podcast]

Six years ago Pope Benedict XVI resigned from the Catholic Papacy as Bishop of Rome. Dr. Taylor Marshall and Timothy Gordon reflect on Ratzinger’s life, his papacy, and the details of his resignation in light of the last six years under the Papacy of Pope Francis. They address why Benedict may have resigned and discuss the validity of his resignation.

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212: Pope Francis: Does God Will Many Religions? Cardinal Müller Responds [Podcast]

Pope Francis recently stated that the “plurality and diversity of religions…are an expression of the wise and divine will by which he created human beings.” Some have sought to rescue the pope’s theology by saying this refers to God’s “permissive will” but Dr. Taylor Marshall and Timothy Gordon look at the Spanish and Italian versions to show that this isn’t the case. They also examine the recent statements by Cardinal Müller and Bishop Athanasius Schneider regarding this theological error.

As we will show, the Spanish is “una sabia voluntad divina con la que Dios creo a los seres humanos”. The Pope identifies it as the “divine wise will” which which “he created humans beings.” This is definitely not the permissive will but the active will of God.

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211: Communion on Tongue vs. Hand [Podcast]

What is the history of Communion on the hand? Dr. Taylor Marhsall and Timothy Gordon discuss the practice in the early Church and refute the idea that Communion in the hand as normative. Instead, they show that Communion on the tongue or in the mouth (Latin: ore) was the preferred and normative way going back to Apostolic Tradition as confirmed by the Council of Trent. They also explain how Communion in Hand was established by disobedience and a series of papal indults in the 1970s. The best course of action is to attend the Traditional Latin Mass.

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210: Novus Ordo Mass Buzzwords [Podcast]

What about all the buzzwords used after Vatican II regarding the Novus Ordo of the Mass? How are they different from how we speak about the traditional Latin Mass and sacraments. Dr. Taylor Marshall and Timothy Gordon discuss the top liturgy buzzwords, for example:

  1. Presider
  2. Worship Space
  3. Eucharistic Prayers
  4. Extraordinary Lay Minister of Holy Communion
  5. Liturgical Restoration:
    1. Penitential Rite
    2. EP 2
    3. Offertory Procession
    4. Lay Ministers of Communion
    5. Versus Populum
    6. Handshaking at Passing at Peace
  6. Active Participation
  7. Gather In and Sending Forth

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209: Post-Vatican 2 Buzzwords: Pastoral, Dialogue, plus more

Please Subscribe to this channel. Why do leaders in the Catholic Church often refer to buzzwords such as pastoral, dialogue, restoration, people of God, encounter, accompaniment, faith experiment, and other “buzzwords”? Dr Taylor Marshall and Timothy Gordon analyze about 20 of these post-Vatican 2 (last 50 years) buzzwords and break them down to their true meanings.

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208: Having Big Families: Taylor and Tim Talk with Wives [Podcast]

Dr Taylor Marshall and Timothy Gordon are joined with their wives Joy Marshall and Steph Gordon. Steph shares the powerful story of the birth of their firstborn child in Rome with severe brain damage. Joy discusses having babies young and growing a large family in the modern world.

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Dr Marshall’s Happy Meal: Traditional Catholic Books You Must Own

Many people rediscover traditional theology, traditional liturgy, and traditional piety. They want to go to the next step. “What books should I buy?” Dr Marshall recommends these 8-9 books as the Traditional Happy Meal:

Latin Mass and Liturgy:

You need the 1962 hand missal because that’s what is stipulated in Summorum Pontificum, but everyone realizes that the 1955 Holy Week of Bugnini is inferior and thus you also need a pre-1955 hand missal. These two are my favorites:

If you want to pray the old traditional office, it can be intimidating. Traditionally, the laity prayed the Little Office instead. This the traditional format with Latin/English:

Canon Law:

Sacred Scripture:

If you want Latin:

Theology and Catechism:

Video on why you need THIS VERSION of the Summa:

You don’t need all these books, but every Catholic home should have these books as references on the bookshelf.

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Dr Taylor Marshall