Monthly Archives: June 2018

DEVOTION OF THE FIVE FIRST SATURDAYS

The following is an explanation of the conditions contained in Our Lady’s request regarding the Communion of reparation on the First Saturdays of the Month. Confess and receive Holy Communion On February 15, 1926 the Child Jesus alone came to … Continue reading

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Here we go again!

    by Frances Phillips (Catholic Herald) The Wilder award has been renamed because the author is out of step with ‘core values’. But there’s so much more to her work I felt somewhat gloomy when I read that the … Continue reading

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The Voice of True Shepherds

From LifeSiteNews: ROME, June 27, 2018  Cardinal Burke and Bishop Schneider respond to Pope Francis’ inflight intercommunion comments The reception of Holy Communion in the Catholic Church — even in exceptional cases — by a Protestant or other non-Catholic constitutes … Continue reading

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My Last Post

A big hello to all my friends and enemies here. God love you all. By mutual agreement with my blog colleagues, I have decided to cease posting articles here, forever more. Some of you will breathe a huge sigh of … Continue reading

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Feast of Saints Peter and Paul

June 29 is the Feast of Saints Peter and Paul – a holy day of obligation in many countries (but not in the United States) Adapted from The Liturgical Year by Abbot Gueranger Feast of Sts. Peter and Paul After … Continue reading

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COR ORANS: Another Evil Spirit of Vatican II

Written by Hillary White Pope to Purge What’s Left of Catholic Nuns More evidence keeps pouring into my email inbox that the current administration of the Congregation for Religious[1] is planning on using the provisions of Cor orans to totally … Continue reading

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Your Priest is Ready to Die For You, to Protect the Seal of Confession

 By Fr Roger Landry Many priests have, in fact, been imprisoned or died in protecting the seal of Confession. One of the least appreciated aspects of the priesthood is the priest’s absolute commitment to keeping sacred and inviolable the seal … Continue reading

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German Bishops Publish Intercommunion Handout with a Rhetorical Trick

Photo courtesy Paul Badde (EWTN) CP&S comment: It was obvious that the ‘progressive’ German bishops were intent on pushing their ‘handout’ through sooner or later, come hell or high water. Please pray for the Church in Germany!  By Maike Hickson … Continue reading

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The Wondrous Icon, Our Lady of Perpetual Help

Our Lady of Perpetual Help, also known as Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, is celebrated on June 27 by the universal Church. The devotion to this Marian advocation revolves around the picture of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, painted on … Continue reading

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‘Catholic’ Bishops Gear Up to Beat Trump in 2020

CP&S comment – Yes, you read that title right! It’s unbelievable but true. On top of aiming to alter Catholic social teaching to suit their own agenda, Cardinal Blase Cupich and the “Pope Francis faction” of progressive bishops are waging … Continue reading

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Cardinal Theodore McCarrick and the Lavender Mafia in the Church

Another case on one of those “men without faith reigning in the Church” (about whom Bishop Schneider warned recently) was exposed by the Media last week. “Uncle Ted” Card. Theodore McCarrick, 87, (who once confessed he was lobbied to support … Continue reading

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The Chair of Peter.

From: https://abyssum.org by abyssum   CP&S:   I thought very hard about putting this post, from Bishop Emeritus Gracida  on Catholicism Pure & Simple following the discourse recently. I am not a Canon Lawyer and assume the quoted Canons to be … Continue reading

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Reflection for June 24-The Nativity of John the Baptist – 2018

First Reading — Isaiah 49:1-6 Hear me, O coastlands! Listen, O distant peoples. The Lord called me from birth, from my mother’s womb he gave me my name. He made of me a sharp-edged sword and concealed me in the … Continue reading

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Pope Changes Tack on Intercommunion, Says Local Bishops Should Decide

From Steve Skojec at OnePeterFive: I tried to warn everyone. When it comes to Pope Francis, you cannot trust what he says. There’s more and more evidence of that all the time. And of course, we must never forget The … Continue reading

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Liturgy: Nativity of St. John the Baptist – Precursor to Our Lord

The feast of the Nativity of Saint John the Baptist takes precedence in the Mass over the Fifth Sunday after Pentecost. Ordinarily the Church observes the day of a saint’s death as his feast, calling it his dies natalis, or … Continue reading

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