Monthly Archives: May 2021

The Greatest Dogma of the Christian Faith is the Mystery of the Holy Trinity

Father Weiser tells us of the Feast of the Holy Trinity: “The greatest dogma of the Christian faith is the mystery of the Holy Trinity. (Mystery in this connection, means a supernatural fact revealed by God which in itself transcends … Continue reading

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Readings and Reflections for Trinity Sunday

Saturday, May 29 Saturday of the Eighth week in Ordinary Time Roman Ordinary calendar St. Mother Orsola (Giulia) Ledóchowska (1865 – 1939) Book of Sirach 51,12cd-20. I thank the Lord and I praise him; I bless the name of the LORD. When I was young … Continue reading

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Scientists Vote to Allow Growing Babies in the Womb for 40 Days to Kill Them for Research

From Life News: An international group of scientists has ditched ethical guidelines in or to allow them to pursue grisly experiments that would grow unborn babies in the womb for 40 days for the sole purpose of killing them for … Continue reading

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Wars and rumors of wars. Is there a “document” in the works to undermine Summorum Pontificum?

From Father Z: On this day in particular, I had wanted to put aside highly negative news. However, to paraphrase Trotsky, we might not be interested in war, but war is interested in us. My mail box is filling with … Continue reading

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Who was Saint Augustine of Canterbury?

In the late 6th century, a man was sent from Rome to England to bring Christianity to the Anglo-Saxons. He would ultimately become the first Archbishop of Canterbury, establish one of medieval England’s most important abbeys, and kickstart the country’s … Continue reading

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Two portentous items: wonders in the heavens above

Posted by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf: Today during Holy Mass for Ember Wednesday in the Octave of Pentecost, I read in Latin from Acts 2 what Peter said about the End Times… I will show wonders in the heavens above and signs on … Continue reading

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COVID Vaccines, the Common Good, and Moral Liceity: A Response to Professor de Mattei — Part III

By Chris Ferrara at Catholic Family News: An Astonishing Admission As the first two articles in this series have shown, Prof. de Mattei’s argument for the “Moral Liceity of the Vaccination” (MLV), meaning abortion-derived COVID vaccines, fails on all counts: … Continue reading

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Game Over for the Covid Cult promoters?

CP&S comment. Another reality check video from Michael J. Matt at The Remnant as he describes how we are continuing our fight against the Great Reset. CRASHING the GATES: Canceling the Architects of the New Normal In this episode of … Continue reading

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Memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of the Church (Monday after Pentecost)

Virgin Mary, Mother of the Church, you are the fairest daughter of Israel, chosen and prepared by God as the sacred vessel to replace Mother Synagogue with Mother Church. Eve approaches you like mother to daughter, old Eve to New … Continue reading

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“As a Mighty Wind”: Learning the Effects of Pentecost from the Liturgy

Catholics all know the story of the descent of the Holy Ghost on Pentecost—but do they truly understand the effects of the Holy Ghost in their souls? In his liturgical-catechetical work, “The Church’s Year”,  Fr. Leonard Goffine offers some illuminating … Continue reading

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Readings and Reflections for Pentecost Sunday

Sunday, May 23 Pentecost Sunday – Solemnity Roman Ordinary calendar St. Desiderius, St. William of Rochester Acts of the Apostles 2,1-11. When the time for Pentecost was fulfilled, they were all in one place together. And suddenly there came from the sky a noise … Continue reading

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A Reply to the Discouraged Seminarian: There Are 6,000 Reasons to Remain Catholic

CP&S comment. On May 19th we published a disturbing testimony from 1Peter5 by an unnamed seminarian who was about to leave the seminary due to his total disillusionment with the current state of the Church. Finding no point anymore in … Continue reading

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Archbishop Viganò discusses the Great Reset, gives hope in light of Our Lady of Fatima

May 19, 2021, Maike Hickson at LifeSiteNews: Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò kindly granted me an interview that we conducted for Schloss Rudolfshausen, a fine Catholic apostolate in Germany, run by Mrs. Helene Walterskirchen and her daughter, Alexandra. They are publishing translations from Archbishop … Continue reading

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Seminarian: “Is There Any Reason Why I Should Remain Catholic?”

From 1Peter5: Editor’s note: we received this submission from an anonymous seminarian, and have chosen to run it as such. It is the cry — and the challenge — of a child to a neglectful father: “Why weren’t you there … Continue reading

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Not Christ, but ‘vaccine’ saves and unites humanity!

Members of the United Vaccine Movement pose in front of the Christ the Redeemer statue as the message “Vaccine Saves” is projected on it, to make the population aware of the importance of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine in Rio … Continue reading

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