238: Natural Law and Catholic Republic #TnT [Podcast]

Tim Gordon and Dr. Taylor Marshall discuss how they met, their mental process for writing books, and the creation of Tim’s book Catholic Republic, which is being reprinted by Sophia Institute Press. You can pre-order the book here: https://www.sophiainstitute.com/products/item/Catholic-Republic

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237: Cardinal Sarah Breaks His Silence [Podcast]

Cardinal Sarah breaks his silence and speaks about Pope Francis’s policy of promoting mass immigration as “this new form of slavery that is mass migration.” He also states, “God never intended these fractures.” Dr. Taylor Marshall and Timothy Gordon #TnT discuss the brilliance of Cardinal Sarah, his origins from French Guinea, and his missionary and orthodox theology.

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235: Can a Pope Be Heretical? Bishop Athanasius Schneider Answers #TnT [Podcast]

Can a Pope Be Heretical? Does he fall or remain in the papacy?  Bp Athanasius Schneider recently wrote an “Essay on Heretical Popes,” and #TnT Dr. Taylor Marshall and Timothy Gordon go through the essay and discuss the history of heresy and papacy and apply it to contemporary questions regarding Pope Francis on Amoris Laetitia, matrimony, and Francis’s statement that God wills the plurality and diversity of religions. They also discuss Sedevacantism and Modernism in this context.

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234: Against Catholic Distributism w Dr Jay Richards and #TnT [Podcast]

Some learned Catholics opposed both Socialism and Capitalism and endorse “Distributism” as the ideal Catholic “third way.” Distributists cite GK Chesterton and Hilaire Belloc as advocates for their system. #TnT (Dr. Taylor Marshall and Timothy Gordon) are joined by Dr. Jay Richards of Catholic University of America to discuss the faults of Distributism in the context of Catholic doctrine and tradition. They conclude that it is essentially Socialism. They also look at what the Popes have said over time regarding Capitalism and Socialism.

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232: What’s the Catholic View on ILLEGAL Immigration? from Aquinas and Catechism [Podcast]

What’s the Catholic View on ILLEGAL Immigration? Dr. Taylor Marshall and Timothy Gordon discuss the topic of illegal immigration by citing Thomas Aquinas, Aristotle, and the Catechism of the Catholic Church. They also cover how Catholic bishops distort or deny the teaching of Aquinas and the Catechism.

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231: How to attend Traditional Latin Mass 101 (Step by Step) [Podcast]

Interested in Latin Mass but not sure how to begin? Dr Taylor Marshall and Eric Sammons will cover what to wear, chapel veils, before and after, and EVERY single step from the beginning words (Asperges me) to the very end (Last Gospel) of the 1962 Latin Mass. Even if you already attend Latin Mass, this video might help you with tips along the way.

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230: Cardinal Danneels Legacy and Sankt Gallen Mafia [Podcast]

Cardinal Danneels has died. #TnT Dr Taylor Marshall and Timothy Gordon look back on his life as a member of the Sankt Gallen Mafia electing Pope Francis, and his role as the leader of the Catholic Church in Belgium

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229: Traditional Catholics Unite the Clans with Michael Matt [Podcast]

How can traditional Catholics unite the clans? Michael Matt of the Remnant and RemnantTV and Dr Taylor Marshall of New Saint Thomas Institute discuss the history of the Latin Mass movement and its theological origins with leaders like Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, the Society of Saint Pius X (SSPX), Michael Davies, and the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter (FSSP). To use a term from Braveheart, is there a way to “unite the clans” and join together in apostolates? Dr Marshall also explains his recent interest and appreciation for Archbishop Lefebvre and his biography.

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