Br. Bugnolo’s June Appeal — In the War Zone

On the Solemnity of the Ascension of Our Lord Jesus Christ, we recall HIS words, “Go make disciples of every creature, baptizing them..” as He sent the Apostles in communion with St. Peter to spread the Catholic Faith to every land and do the works of charity to all peoples.

Supporting the Missions has long been a great work of Catholics everywhere. This is especially true event today, and it is particularly needed in the war zone of the Ukraine.

However, today, in the Catholic Church, there are NO Missionary endeavors publicly in communion with Pope Benedict XVI except Br. Bugnolo’s Mission at Kyiv, where 99% of the population is not Catholic, but still needy.

Moreover, as in April, Br. Bugnolo again finds himself in dire need of your support, as he explains in the above video.

So please consider helping him out and spread the word to other Catholics about how they can help a unique missionary work in the War Zone of Ukraine.

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Br. Bugnolo defends the probity of Substantial Error in Benedict XVI’s Renunciation

Editor’s Note: What I say here will surprise both sides of the argument.

Note Well:  I misspoke twice in this video: first, when referring to Archbishop Ganswein’s phone call to me, I said “Benedict” when I intended to say, “Bergoglio”, and second, when referring to the international group which could meet with Benedict XVI, I intended but mindlessly forgot to name Miss. Barnhardt.