Fr. Casimir Puskorius, CMRI

With today’s Feast of the Circumcision being a holy day of obligation, it seems the perfect time to draw attention to things we can enjoy on our respite from servile work.  

In September 2017, Fr. Casimir Puskorius,  CMRI, the pastor at Mt. St. Michael’s in Spokane, WA, launched a course on the errors of Vatican II, using Part II of the book, Tumultuous Times, as the basis for the study.  The class meets for one hour every Tuesday at the Mount, but there is a PDF and an mp3 audio recording posted after each lesson.  

Fr. Casimir’s style is relaxed and conversational.  His voice is clear and pleasant to listen to.  The lessons are broken down into manageable bites with the layperson in mind.  Father also provides a helpful resource list of other reading/listening to supplement Tumultuous Times, which you do not have to have to benefit from the class.

From the MIQ Center website:  “The history of the Catholic Church has been very turbulent, as the Radecki Fathers show in this history of the General Councils. The last section reveals her most tumultuous time, the Second Vatican Council and its destructive aftermath.”

One of the resources Father lists as “Highly Recommended!” is Sedevacantism: A Quick Primer, an online article by Fr. Anthony Cekada.

The classes are presented during the school year, and so they ran through May 2018 and resumed in September 2018.  The most recent one posted is that of December 18, 2018.  Here is a link to the course page:  Catholic Doctrine Class.

We know that God can draw good out of evil; surely this class is an excellent example, as the disaster of Vatican II prompts us to study what the Church really teaches.