- Irish Catholicis Organize 'Rosary On The Coast For Life And Faith'
- Freemasonry in the Church? The Saint Who Founded a Movement to Combat it.
- Why Women Wear Mantillas In Church
- Christus Vincit, Christus Regnat, Christus Imperat
- "Whatever You Can Do to Stop Communion in the Hand Will be Blessed by God"
- The Presentation of Our Lady
- Jesus Wept
- Biblical Reflection for the 34th Sunday in Ordinary Time A, Christ the King.
- "The Twelve Days of Christmas" carol - the hidden meaning.
- 10 Quotes That Will Change the Way You Attend Holy Mass
Papal Prayer Intentions 2017
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- “Whatever You Can Do to Stop Communion in the Hand Will be Blessed by God” November 21, 2017
- The Remnant interviews Bishop Athanasius Schneider November 21, 2017
- Freemasonry in the Church? The Saint Who Founded a Movement to Combat it. November 20, 2017
- Reflection for the 33rd Sunday of Ordinary Time November 19, 2017
- From Casuistry to ‘Mercy’: Toward a New Art of Pleasing? November 18, 2017
- How Long Do Souls Remain In Purgatory? (Three Videos) November 17, 2017
- Now is the time for a “Third Spring” in England November 16, 2017
- Our Lady of the Gate of Dawn November 16, 2017
- Cunctarum Haeresum Interemptri November 15, 2017
- Cardinal Burke makes ‘final plea’ for clarity to Pope Francis on dubia anniversary November 14, 2017
- Vatican II: Revolution Under the Guise of Reform November 14, 2017
- Did Saint Francis Predict Pope Francis? November 14, 2017
- Life in Hidden Light: A Video Inside a Cloistered Convent November 13, 2017
- On Pastoral Fear November 13, 2017
- Reflection for the 32nd Sunday of Ordinary Time November 12, 2017
- “Inter-communion is not allowed between Catholics and non-Catholics”: Card. Sarah November 11, 2017
- The Truth About the Shroud of Turin November 10, 2017
- Superstition, Dissent, and Scandal? A brief defence of Fr. Thomas Weinandy November 10, 2017
- Feast of the Dedication of the Lateran Basilica in Rome November 9, 2017
- A recent short look at the Church in China November 9, 2017
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When someone virtuous turns away from virtue to commit iniquity, and dies, it is because of the iniquity he committed that he must die. But if the wicked, turning from the wickedness he has committed, does what is right and … Continue reading
The words for this were written by Welsh-born Dr Godfrey Goodman (1582-1656), Dean of Rochester and later Bishop of Gloucester. At his death he professed that he had returned to the Catholic Church.
Desert dew A little study on my part has revealed that yesterday, the Fourth Sunday of Advent, has been sometimes called Rorate Sunday in times past and even present. This is to be distinguished from Rorate Masses, which refer to Votive Masses of … Continue reading
Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel shall come to save you, Israel Yesterday was of course Gaudete Sunday, the Third Sunday of Advent. It takes its name from the first word of the introit in both the traditional Mass and the new order … Continue reading
Benedict XVI goes to the Spanish Steps in Rome on the feast of the Immaculate Conception in 2012 Many girls and women of Italian family background, who are conveniently called Connie in English-speaking countries, will be off to Mass today … Continue reading
Tasmania’s Freycinet Peninsula. Quite a few places in Australia’s south bear pretty French names, largely due to the fact that Britain and France were in a race in the 18th century to chart or lay claim to bits of the … Continue reading
The admirational Muslim in this instance is not the Sheikh, but Tamer Nashef, an Israeli Muslim researcher and writer with postgraduate degrees in English literature from the University of Haifa. First, allow me to start this short article with what might … Continue reading
For the whole of October every year Our Lady is commemorated under her beautiful title of Our Lady of the Rosary. The Rosary, of course, has been probably the most widespread of the Church’s devotions among numerous saints and also … Continue reading
Below is a video about pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady of Good Health at Vailankanni in the state of Tamil Nadu, in mainland India’s lowest southern region. The Lourdes of the East, as it is often called and … Continue reading
A little vid which might cheer some of us up a bit, with some help from Gustav Holst. It did me, just a moment ago. The church, of Our Lady of Lourdes, is that built in 1928 by French priests … Continue reading
For me frequent recent (under this papacy) and less frequent (under previous papacies) accusations of clericalism have always inspired a kind of emotional neutrality. It depended on what kind of “clericalism” was intended. Father Michael Chua finds in today’s readings … Continue reading
A little late for Corpus Christi last Thursday, I know. (How is it we don’t have Corpus Christi Sunday? Just like Ascension Thursday Sunday?) O sacrum convivium (Francisco Guerrero, 1528 – 1599, of Seville). It is the Magnificat antiphon for … Continue reading
Vexilla Regis has posted his second post on the subject of the long-lived attempts of the Australian secularist “lifestyle” media to destroy Cardinal George Pell: http://vexilla-regis.blogspot.com.au/2015/05/the-persecutors-rabid-dogs-from-strange.html And even Damian Thompson is picking up the topic: http://blogs.spectator.co.uk/damian-thompson/2015/05/the-hounding-of-cardinal-pell-things-australias-liberal-media-dont-want-you-to-know/ But remember you saw … Continue reading
Some may have noticed this week that the usual committed secularist media in Australia have recently again set out to “get” Cardinal George Pell. Well, no surprises there. Strident secularist forces and certain like-minded Catholics have been together at this … Continue reading