Monthly Archives: February 2018

Lenten Spiritual Crusade: The Light of Ireland’s Pro-Life Laws Must Not Be Extinguished

Please share this important article and video below. From Voice of the Family Voice of the Family is today launching a Lenten spiritual crusade in defence of the Eighth Amendment of the Constitution of the Republic of Ireland. A national … Continue reading

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The Terror of the Dying Man at the Thought of the Approaching Judgement

Meditation for Lent, Thursday after Ash Wednesday, by St Alphonsus Liguori How shall a dying man who has spent his life in sin, be able in the midst of the pains, the stupefaction, and the confusion of death, to repent … Continue reading

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“MEMENTO, HOMO, QUIA PULVIS ES”

An Ash Wednesday meditation by St Alphonsus Liguori It is most useful for our salvation to say often to ourselves: I must one day die! The Church every year on Ash Wednesday brings this remembrance to the faithful: Memento, homo, … Continue reading

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Ash Wednesday

Today’s station at Rome is at Saint-Sabina’s on the Aventine, in a sanctuary built on the former site of the holy martyr’s house. Having been converted by her maid-servant, she was beheaded for the faith and secretly buried. It is … Continue reading

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Faith & Reason Vs. Mush

“The Faith which the Church promotes originates in Revelation but rests on the vigorous use of Philosophy and Theology, the absence of which is particularly noticeable since March 13, 2013”, Bishop Rene Henry Gracida (ABYSSUS ABYSSUM) By ROD DREHER  on The … Continue reading

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Shrove Tuesday, Feast of the Holy Face of Jesus

From Catholic Insight: On April 17th, 1958, His Holiness Pope Pius XII approved the observance of a Feast of the Holy Face of Jesus on Shrove Tuesday (Tuesday before Ash Wednesday). When on April 17th, 1958, Venerable Pope Pius XII granted … Continue reading

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French Bishop Proclaims 70th Miraculous Healing in Lourdes

The anniversary of Our Lady’s first apparition to Saint Bernadette at Lourdes in 1858 fell on a Sunday this year and so its commemoration is transferred to today, Monday, February 12th. A Roman Catholic nun, disabled for almost 40 years, … Continue reading

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Benedict XVI’s final magisterium

Yesterday marked the fifth anniversary of the resignation of Benedict XVI from the Papal Chair. Andrea Gagliarducci on MONDAY VATICAN takes a look back at that historical moment in the Church. The fifth anniversary of the historic renunciation of Benedict … Continue reading

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Reflection for the 6th Sunday of Ordinary Time

FIRST READING Leviticus 13:1-2, 44-46 The Lord said to Moses and Aaron, “If someone has on his skin a scab or pustule or blotch which appears to be the sore of leprosy, he shall be brought to Aaron, the priest, … Continue reading

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The Devil and the Priesthood

“A priest goes to Heaven or a priest goes to Hell with a thousand people behind” – (St John Vianney). The “smoke of Satan” that entered the Catholic Church at the time of the Second Vatican Council had as its main … Continue reading

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De Mattei: The spirit of resistance and love for the Church

From Rorate Caeli:  Roberto de Mattei Corrispondenza Romana February 7, 2018   As the fifth anniversary of Pope Francis’ election draws near, we hear repeatedly that we are facing a dramatic and absolutely unprecedented ‘page’ in the history of the … Continue reading

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Rosary on the Coast of the British Isles for Faith, Life and Peace!

This is a day of Pilgrimage and Prayer for the re-flourishing of our Faith, for the grace to build a culture of Life and for true Peace to reign in the hearts of all peoples and nations. Recently the faithful … Continue reading

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Litany to the Bishop Martyrs for the Bishops of the Church Militant

by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf The Enemy of the soul, the Devil, is a real, personal, fallen angelic being.  He and all the powers of hell, fallen angels of every grade in the hierarchy, hate you.  They work tirelessly to move … Continue reading

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Pope Pius IX Proclaims the Dogma of the Immaculate Conception

Today is the commemoration of Blessed Pope Pius IX, (13th May 1792 – 7th February 1878), born Giovanni Maria Mastai-Ferretti, who was Pope from 16th June 1846 to his death on 7th February 1878. He was the longest-reigning elected Pope in … Continue reading

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A Breaking Point in the Papacy?

from: One Peter Five  by Maike Hickson At the beginning of 2018, Steve Skojec predicted that this year would mark “the beginning of the end” of Pope Francis’ power. It is now becoming increasingly clear that this pontificate might be … Continue reading

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