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Tagged: magisterium

Finding orthodox Catholicism

In the summer of 2020, during the long lent of the Covid-19 pandemic, Churches began opening up on a limited basis, and often with strict limitations: mask requirements, building capacity restrictions, social distancing, roped off pews, sign-up sheets. One of...

Finding orthodox Catholicism

The City and the World

Congratulations to Pedro Gabriel and his wife Claire Domingues on their new joint venture, The City and the World, a journalism site seeking to bring light to truths of our faith through investigative journalism and promotion of Catholic devotions. Don’t...

The City and the World

“In the freaking Catechism!”

On Thursday, Where Peter Is began receiving unusually high web traffic coming from YouTube. After a little poking around I realized that viewers were being directed to our site from the latest video by an outfit called “Rules for Retrogrades.”...

“In the freaking Catechism!”

The worst kind of dissent

In the recent weeks, there has been some debate at Where Peter Is (among the contributors, in the comments, and on social media) about the similarities and differences between dissent on the so-called right and left wings of the Church....

The worst kind of dissent

The perspicuity of Tradition

Francis’s papacy has sparked a fierce debate about the ability of the Magisterium to authoritatively interpret Tradition. Sadly, arguments about this matter typically end in a deadlock with the papal critics. Those of us who support Pope Francis often quote...

The perspicuity of Tradition