Monthly Archives: June 2022

Why Is June the Month of the Sacred Heart of Jesus?

Francesca Pollio Fenton/CNA: June is known as the Month of the Sacred Heart of Jesus most simply because it is when the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart is celebrated. This year, the solemnity falls on June 24. The date changes … Continue reading

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Exorcist Diary: Demons Tortured by St. Michael Prayer

By Msgr. Stephen Rossetti: I strongly encourage those afflicted by demons to regularly attend Mass. But I know that it is difficult for them, especially for the fully possessed. When someone is possessed, there is a kind of interpenetration of … Continue reading

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‘The clot-shot and muzzles’ commemorated on new Vatican coin!

From Fr. John Zuhlsdorf’s Blog: The new Vatican 20 Euro silver coin. HERE In the past, these coins and the annual medals have been used to make statements.  Some have been pretty dramatic, such as the famous Paul VI medal of 1973. … Continue reading

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What Francis sees as a cure, JP II and Benedict XVI saw as a disease

By George Neumayr at The American Spectator: Pope Francis, who belongs to the Jesuit order, periodically meets with Jesuit magazine editors to discuss the direction of the Church. These interviews are invariably newsworthy. In 2013, he made headlines after telling Jesuit editors … Continue reading

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Meditations on Corpus Christi

A beautiful compilation of reflections by Ann Barnhardt: You loved me from all eternity,therefore You created me.You loved me after You had made me,therefore You became Man for me.You loved me after You became Man for me,therefore You lived and … Continue reading

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Sunday Readings and Reflections

Sunday, June 19 The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ – Solemnity Roman Ordinary calendar St. Juliana Falconieri (1270-1340) Book of Genesis 14,18-20. In those days, Melchizedek, king of Salem, brought out bread and wine, and being a priest of God Most … Continue reading

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O Sacrament most holy! Police officer kneels at Corpus Christi procession

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Worship Prefect interviewed

First posted on 17 June 2022 by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf on his Blog: At Vatican News we find an interview with the Prefect of Worship, whom Francis designated as a Cardinal, Archbp. Arthur Roche, once of Leeds and less-than-successful head of ICEL. Roche is an … Continue reading

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New Decree from Rome cuts the legs from under bishops and strangles new religious groups in the crib

First posted on 15 June 2022 by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf on his Blog: Correct me if I am wrong, but wasn’t it once a project of Francis to decentralize some of the power from the Roman Curia out to the local Churches?   I … Continue reading

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Don’t Weaponize the Eucharist Against Yourself — Go to Confession

The Holy Eucharist is indeed a ‘healing remedy’ for those in the state of grace — but for anyone conscious of mortal sin, divine mercy must first be sought in the confessional. John Clark Blogs, NCR: Archbishop Michael Jackels recently weighed … Continue reading

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The history of Corpus Christi

By Meghan Lescault at The Pillar: Catholics this Sunday will celebrate the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ — also known as Corpus Christi. Some parishes will have extended periods of Eucharistic adoration, or Eucharistic processions, … Continue reading

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Vatican: They Didn’t Listen to God – They Will Listen to the Liquidator

From Gloria TV: Cardinal George Pell went public with a disturbing statement from someone who has had access to the Vatican’s internal economic information (AffariItaliani.it, June 9). “The Church is at risk of financial collapse. Debts of up to 800 … Continue reading

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Sunday Readings and Reflections

Sunday, June 12 The Most Holy Trinity – Solemnity Roman Ordinary calendar St. John of St. Fagondez Book of Proverbs 8,22-31. “The LORD begot me, the first-born of his ways, the forerunner of his prodigies of long ago; From of old I was poured … Continue reading

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Amoris Laetitia: a Ticking Moral Time Bomb

By Richard Spinello at Crisis Magazine: On June 22, the Vatican will host the World Meeting of Families, which will showcase the “Amoris Laetitia Family.” When asked about whether this new model of the family includes LGBTQ families and other “irregular” … Continue reading

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Demographic experts warn that the world should fear population collapse and not overpopulation

A Stanford economist cautions that low fertility rates could lead to an ’empty planet, in which incomes stagnate and the population vanishes.’ LifeSiteNews: Contrary to the projections of the United Nations, demographers warn that recent evidence suggests the world is … Continue reading

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