In Part 3 of our conversation with Mexican Catholic scholar Rodrigo Guerra, we discuss the need to strengthen the relationship—to build “communio“—between the Latin American and North American Churches under the patronage of Our Lady of Guadelupe.

Next, we discuss the possibility of a traditionalist schism in the Church, fueled by figures such as Cardinal Burke and Archbishops Vigano and Negri.

Finally, Rodrigo explains some key differences between the traditionalist movement in the twentieth century and that of today, and how much of the classical and intellectual thought that fueled the movement of yesterday has been replaced with postmodern sentimentalism and wild conspiracy theories like QAnon.

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Mike Lewis is a writer and graphic designer from Maryland, having worked for many years in Catholic publishing. He's a husband, father of four, and a lifelong Catholic. He's active in his parish and community. He is the founding managing editor for Where Peter Is.

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