Message from the Hermits of Westray to fathers and their families

Published on behalf of Fr Stephen de Kerdrel, Sr Colette Roberts and Br. Damon Kelly

The Family is the very foundation and heart of the Church, and it is the obvious tactic of the devil to destroy the Family. Tragically this is being aided by none other than Pope Francis himself and his subordinates. God . . . → Read More: Message from the Hermits of Westray to fathers and their families

Fr Stephen de Kerdrel’s radio interviews about the hermits’ excommunication

Audio file of Fr. Stephen de Kerdrel’s interview with Huw Williams of BBC Radio Orkney about his excommunication with the other hermits of Westray . . . → Read More: Fr Stephen de Kerdrel’s radio interviews about the hermits’ excommunication

An Epiphany Letter from the Hermits of Westray

Published on behalf of Fr. Stephen de Kerdrel, Sr. Colette Roberts & Br. Damon Kelly

We are living through the dark times of social anarchy and moral chaos prophesied by Isaiah:

‘For behold, the Lord, the Lord of hosts, is taking away from Jerusalem and from Judah stay and staff, the whole stay of bread . . . → Read More: An Epiphany Letter from the Hermits of Westray

Open Response to Brother Alexis And to all Loyal and Devout Catholics

Posted on behalf of Fr Stephen de Kerdrel & the hermits of Westray

Dear Brother Alexis, a true and beloved friend of God, how well we remember your kindness to us when we were being expelled from the Diocese of Northampton in 2015. It was so good of you to try and find us somewhere . . . → Read More: Open Response to Brother Alexis And to all Loyal and Devout Catholics

There will be no further news postings on Protect the Pope

I am now stopping news posting on this website.

Thank you to the many people who have been praying.

Thank you also to all of those who have constructively engaged and contributed to this news website.

Please pray for Deacon Nick, our Bishop, myself, and the Church.

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Bishop Michael Campbell effectively closes Protect the Pope

It is with sorrow that I am writing to let you know that Bishop Campbell, the Bishop of Lancaster, has refused Nick’s request to resume news posting on Protect the Pope.  Bishop Campbell has also stated that he does not want anyone posting on Protect the Pope on Nick’s behalf.

Although I have been news . . . → Read More: Bishop Michael Campbell effectively closes Protect the Pope

Protect the Pope: Closing for Holy Week

Just to let you know that I am not intending to post over the Holy Week and Easter break.

However, as I ‘close’ I would like to share with you some quotes which Nick shared with me today:

Blessed John Paul II speaking in 1980.

“We must be prepared to undergo great trials in the . . . → Read More: Protect the Pope: Closing for Holy Week

Pope Francis condemns abortion as the beginning of the commoditisation of people

In an address to politicians and pro-life activists Pope Francis sets the horror of abortion in its true sphere – the reduction of man to a commodity.

“If you look at life as something that is consumed it will also be something that sooner or later you can throw away, with abortion to begin with. . . . → Read More: Pope Francis condemns abortion as the beginning of the commoditisation of people

Quoting a teacher about secularism Pope Francis says, ‘I don’t know if we’re sending the kids to school or a re-education camp’

On Friday in his audience with the BICE [International Catholic Child Bureau] Pope Francis spoke about his commitment to promoting the protection of children’s rights, especially in view of the sex abuse scandals.  The area of physical protection has perhaps been more reported in the media than the wider concern that the Pope also showed . . . → Read More: Quoting a teacher about secularism Pope Francis says, ‘I don’t know if we’re sending the kids to school or a re-education camp’

An account of dissent and political correctness at an Archdiocese of Westminster CCRS study day for teachers by Patrick Lawler

POSTED BY Patrick Lawler

“One of the teaching days on the Westminster CCRS course I attended was specifically for teachers in ‘Catholic’ (you’ll see why I place it in parentheses as we go along) diocesan schools, mostly primary schools, as it turned out but with a few from secondary. The theme of the day was . . . → Read More: An account of dissent and political correctness at an Archdiocese of Westminster CCRS study day for teachers by Patrick Lawler