Monthly Archives: August 2021

MASS OF THE AGES, Episode 1 — Discover the Traditional Latin Mass

After her husband dies, Kristine seeks refuge in Traditional Catholicism. An introduction to the Traditional Latin Mass with stunning visuals and an original score. MASS OF THE AGES is a trilogy that explores the richness of the Traditional Latin Mass … Continue reading

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Cardinal Burke tweets that his condition is improving

Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Aug 28, 2021 / 21:38 pm From CNA: Raymond Cardinal Burke issued a personal statement via Twitter Saturday night, thanking his doctors, all those who have offered prayers on his behalf, and especially God “who has brought … Continue reading

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Sunday Readings and Reflections

Sunday, August 29 Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time Roman Ordinary calendar St. Medericus Book of Deuteronomy 4,1-2.6-8. Moses spoke to the people and said: “Now, Israel, hear the statutes and decrees which I am teaching you to observe, that you may live, and … Continue reading

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Sancte Augustine, ora pro nobis!

From Fr Z: In 2004 the bones of St. Augustine were brought to Rome from Pavia to the Church of St. Augustine, where there is also the tomb of Augustine’s mother, Monica. It was the first time in 1617 years … Continue reading

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Important message from the Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter

Dear members of the Confraternity, The Motu proprio Traditionis Custodes and its accompanying letter from Pope Francis have shocked us all. We have not yet been informed of any definitive decisions regarding the future of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter and … Continue reading

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Will the Real Lex Orandi of the Roman Rite Please Stand Up? A Comparison of the Old and New Feasts of St. Louis

by Peter Kwasniewski [The 25th August was] the feast of the greatest of Christian kings, St. Louis IX (1214-1270). In light of the attempt of some to declare the Novus Ordo the sole lex orandi of the Roman Rite, it seems worthwhile … Continue reading

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Our Lady of Częstochowa, Patroness of Women Scarred by Abortion

An interview with Theresa Bonopartis, founder and director of Entering Canaan helping to guide women suffering from the emotional scars of a past abortion. by Father Seán Connolly at the National Catholic Register The most cherished shrine of the Polish … Continue reading

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Vive la France!

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What Ten Saints Said Before Going to Heaven

The pursuit of true happiness is always linked to the Cross, which the sublime last words of Saint Andrew the Apostle express so well. “I know the virtue of Thy Holy Cross.” The Latin adage grasps reality so well, talis vita, … Continue reading

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BREAKING: JORGE MARIO BERGOGLIO TO RESIGN IN DECEMBER

FROM ROME: FULL AUTHORIZED ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS According to highly reliable sources in the Vatican, Jorge Mario Bergoglio has expressed his decision to resign in December.  The news broke this morning in Rome, on the front page of the Libero … Continue reading

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“Coincidence? Three Presidents Dead after Blocking Distribution of Covid Vaccines”

From The Catholic Monitor: In remembering a clip from C-SPAN, I found it amusing that a Catholic news outlet whose name will not be mentioned was spreading misinformation on Archbishop Carlo Vigano claiming he was into “conspiracy theories” for presenting evidence … Continue reading

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Cardinal Burke out of ICU. Deo Gratias!

From Gloria TV: An elderly and trusted priest close to Cardinal Raymond Burke wrote to RemnantNewspaper.com that ”after a period under a medically induced coma, Cardinal Burke is steadily improving, no fever, respiration much better, doctors optimistic…” He added that … Continue reading

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Sunday Readings and Reflections

Sunday, August 22 Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time Roman Ordinary calendar Book of Joshua 24,1-2a.15-17.18b. Joshua gathered together all the tribes of Israel at Shechem, summoning their elders, their leaders, their judges and their officers. When they stood in ranks before God, Joshua addressed … Continue reading

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Cardinal Burke, a pastor with a heart of gold

Raymond Cardinal Burke suffers from what I call the Ratzinger Syndrome. Remember God’s Rottweiler? The scourge of the Catholic Church? The inquisitor? Torquemada! There was no end to the slanders heaped upon Ratzinger’s head. This lasted just as long as he … Continue reading

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A Message to Every Good Priest

From Padre Peregrino: Priests, now in 2021 is not the time for excuses, self-serving insularism or finagling excessive plans for the safety for one’s own priestly congregation or personal apostolate. Look, I like being in good standing too, but I … Continue reading

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