Monthly Archives: June 2017

URGENT PRAYER ALERT! The Four Cardinals of the Five Dubia ask an AUDIENCE

Posted by Father Zuhlsdorf on his blog: From Edward Pentin at the faithful National Catholic Register (not to be confused with faithless Fishwrap): Full Text of Dubia Cardinals’ [The Four Cardinals who submitted the Five Dubia] Letter Asking Pope for an Audience … Continue reading

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Catholics, you have been robbed of the Mass

From Une Voce Miami. (With a h/t to our longtime visitor from Australia, Geoff Kiernan, for alerting us to this video) ***** Lex Orandi, Lex Credendi Numerous men, both before and after the Novus Ordo Mass was promulgated in the wake … Continue reading

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Reflection for the Solemnity of Corpus Christi (N.O.): Second Sunday after Pentecost (E.F.)

In many places, this Sunday features the (moved) Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, Our Lord. On a solemn feast like this many things occur that might be preached and taught. Here are three areas for reflection: … Continue reading

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Jesuit Scholar: Seeking to Defend Islam at All Costs Is Betraying the Truth

CP&S comment:  A perceptive analysis in an interview with Jesuit Father Henri Boulad on the misguided views some are preaching about Islam. To attempt to make out that the ideology for jihadist terrorist attacks is due to a perverted interpretation … Continue reading

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The secret to the remarkable success of the Chartres pilgrimage: penance

In these days of the worldwide solemn celebrations of CORPUS CHRISTI – tradionally celebrated on the Thursday after the feast of the Most Holy Trinity, but in most places now moved forwards to the following Sunday – this article from … Continue reading

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Amoris Laetitia, Fully Implemented

By Steve Skojec at OnePeterFive: In the 14 months since the post-synodal Apostolic Exhortation Amoris Laetitia was published, countless pixels have been spilled discussing it, dissecting it, breaking it down, and lamenting its clearly heterodox intent. We’ve seen its ambiguous provisions … Continue reading

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2017 Pilgrimage from Paris to Chartres

  It is a whole week now since I returned from my tenth pilgrimage to Chartres! (Apologies for the delay of this report, but recent personal and family events have kept me preoccupied elsewhere.) Once again, over three days of … Continue reading

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More on the Most Holy Trinity

There will always be those who, when unable to comprehend the profound mysteries of our Glorious Faith revealed to us by the Word of God, and defined by His Holy Bride, the Church, turn to mockery or denial. Unbelievers and … Continue reading

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Dr. Ingo Dollinger, R.I.P

From OnePeterFive:   On this Trinity Sunday, 11 June 2017, Dr. Ingo Dollinger died. We just received notice from his secretary in Germany that he peacefully died at 3:57 P.M. German time, in his home, surrounded by his secretary and friends. He … Continue reading

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Reflection for The Most Holy Trinity (N.O.) and Trinity Sunday (E.F.)

  The Holy Trinity is a mystery that Scripture does not prove. This Sunday following Pentecost, we celebrate the Solemnity of the Blessed Trinity. The Triune nature of God is the principal mystery of the Catholic faith. Today we contemplate … Continue reading

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“God cannot be God without man”

On June 7th, the Holy Father Pope Francis delivered a catechesis on the Our Father during his General Audience. The center of his message was that far from being a God distant and unconcerned with man, God is intimately close … Continue reading

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Cardinal Sarah’s stellar talk on urgent needs for our sacred liturgical worship

From  Fr Z’s blog: Robert Card. Sarah is quite simply terrific and profound. He opened a conference on Sacred Liturgy in Milan with clear, simple, deep, and urgent remarks about what is needed in our liturgical worship today. Read Card. … Continue reading

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Followers of a lesser god

Another terrorist atrocity leaves the nation reeling, and once again people ask, ‘Why?’  Jeremy Corbyn says it’s our policies that have caused terrorism, and that we have brought it on ourselves. Let us be absolutely clear that we utterly condemn … Continue reading

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We Choose Family

More than 2000 people danced on May 24th in Budapest, Hungary as part of a global flashmob. In 2017 the global Christian movement, Up to Faith, is dedicated to raising awareness to the importance of the natural family model and … Continue reading

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St. Anthony of Padua

St. Anthony of Padua is one of the most famous disciples of St. Francis of Assisi. He was a famous preacher and worker of miracles in his own day, and throughout the eight centuries since his death he has so … Continue reading

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