Upon being invited to discuss philosophy and theology with a group of guys in St. Louis, I was inspired to record my reflections on the weekend. JaysAnalysis was on the road this round, so forgive the background highway noise. This reflection constitutes an overall, yet fairly advanced, assessment of the course Roman Catholic theology has taken the last millennium, up to Vatican II. In this talk, I present Vatican II as the culmination of a long line of theological and philosophical errors that have resulted in the current collapse. Also covered are the deep state connections to Rome and the modernization of its dogma and praxis in ecumenism and process theology, as well as the battle of the Church with secret societies.
An Mp3 of the talk can be found here.
The bizarre nature of Faustina Kowalska’s claims.
“Auctorem Fidei” – that the Church cannot give defective rites.
Benedict XV, supporter of the League of Nations.
Jay with James Kelley on the history of the rise of the bizarre practices in Latin Christianity.
“From Theology to Philosophy in the Latin West” by: Dr. Philip Sherrard