Monthly Archives: April 2020

Traditional Priest Catechises Polish Police

    From Gloria TV: A priest celebrated in an undisclosed location in Poland on April 23 a Traditional Latin Mass on a parking lot, but policemen, wearing masks, tried to stop him. According to RemnantNewspaper.com, the priest is already … Continue reading

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The Pandemic and Times of St. Catherine of Siena (Virgin and Doctor)

From Saint Andrew Daily Missal: * “The Holy Order of Preachers which yesterday offered a red rose to Jesus risen again, offers Him today a lily of dazzling whiteness” – (Liturgical Year by Dom Guéranger) St. Catherine of Siena (1347-1380) … Continue reading

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An exorcist on what demons say about priests and Mass

From Fr Z’s Blog: How I wish that you all understood Italian. I heard a recording posted by La Nuova Bussola of comments by an exorcist of the Archdiocese of Milan, don Ambrogio Villa, in which he speaks about the Mass. … Continue reading

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Wherein Fr. Z muses about the “survey” sent to bishops about Summorum Pontificum

From Fr Z’s Blog (UPDATED BELOW): A few days ago news came out that the CDF has sent or will send to the bishops of the world questionnaires about the implementation of Summorum Pontificum. The questionnaire is sort of a … Continue reading

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Reflection for the Third Sunday of Easter, Cycle A

Scripture Readings: Acts of the Apostles 2:14, 22-28; First Letter of Peter 1:17-21; Luke 24:13-35 Perhaps the first question we want to ask after hearing this Sunday’s Gospel text is: why did the disciples not immediately recognize the risen Lord? … Continue reading

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Relic of the Holy Thorn Changes Color Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Italian Bishop Announces

The relic of the Holy Thorn kept in Italy’s Cathedral of Andria changed color, according to Bishop Luigi Mansi of the Archdiocese of Andria, Italy. History of the Holy Thorn The relic belongs to Jesus’ original crown of thorns. The Cathedral of … Continue reading

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Pope Francis surveys bishops worldwide on Traditional Latin Mass

Urgent appeal to the bishops of the world: Feed your flock Sign the petition here. Maike Hickson at LifeSiteNews: A leaked letter allegedly sent by the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith to the presidents of bishops’ conferences inquiring … Continue reading

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Priest Who Saved Notre Dame’s Holy Relics Offers Tips for Dealing With Pandemic

From the National Catholic Register: One year after the devastating blaze that destroyed the roof and spire of the emblematic Parisian cathedral on the first day of Holy Week, the Catholic faithful of France and elsewhere were faced with a … Continue reading

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Contrition and Its Eternal Effects: The Fruit of Reconciliation

COMMENTARY: Fruitful Remorse Arises From Thorough Examination of Conscience Receive the Holy Spirit,” said the risen Lord to his apostles. “If you forgive the sins of any, they are forgiven. If you retain the sins of any, they are retained.” … Continue reading

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Saints for the Pandemic (video) and St George

Fr Andrew Allman, parish priest of St Clare Catholic Church in the Diocese of Lancaster, England, has posted a video about helpful Saints we may pray to for assistance during the pandemic. We should perhaps add to this list of … Continue reading

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Archbishop Viganò: COVID-19 and FATIMA

By Marco Tosatti. Translated from the Italian original: Dear friends and enemies of Stilum Curiae, Archbishop Caro Maria Viganò has granted an interview to the Portuguese media-outlet Dies Irae, which we find it interesting to share with you. The theme … Continue reading

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Young Austrian Catholics plead with bishops: “Please give us back Holy Mass”

A young woman pleads with Austrian bishops in an April 19, 2020 video to ‘give us back Holy Mass. Find out more…

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The Heart of Evangelization: Leading Souls to the Divine Life

First published on ROMAN CATHOLIC MAN by Fr Richard Heilman THE GATEWAY GIFT TO THE DIVINE LIFE   For the past many years, I have felt like an evangelization machine. I find myself, wherever I am, engaging folks, whether at … Continue reading

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The Pandemic Crisis: The Absence of the Catholic Church — The Dereliction of Duty of the Hierarchy

by Father Richard Gennaro Cipolla The crisis into which we are all immersed—there is no escape—is showing forth in a clear way, clear at least with those whose eyes are not clouded by false piety, the complete irrelevance of the … Continue reading

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Live-streaming Mass during pandemic highlights weakness of Vatican II liturgy

Online Masses can help us to see the difference between worthy worship and the cult of man. . ELSA/GETTY IMAGES By Peter Kwasniewski April 14, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – Many liturgists today, laments Walter Hoeres, “understand the Mass not so much … Continue reading

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