Tag Archives: Holy Mass

‘Traditionis’: a picture is worth a thousand words

From Fr Z’s Blog: This is one of the most beautiful expressions of “full, conscious and active” participation at Mass that I have ever seen. It is another way, a silent but outward way, to express those amazing words: “My … Continue reading

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Young pregnant mother ordered by police to leave church during Mass. “It’s a Business!”

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Exclusive: Cardinal Sarah asks the Pope to lift the ban on “Individual” Masses at St. Peter’s

By Sandro Magister at L’Espresso: For a week now, the basilica of St. Peter has been a silent desert. It is no longer enlivened, every morning, by the many Masses celebrated on its numerous altars. And all this on account of … Continue reading

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Francis Effect: The End of the Traditional Latin Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica

From Rorate Caeli: The Traditional Mass used to be celebrated hidden, out of sight, in the crypt of the Vatican Basilica (the Hungarian Chapel) from the days of the motu proprio Ecclesia Dei to Summorum. Since the 2007 motu proprio … Continue reading

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Give us the Son of the Father

From Ann Barnhardt’s blog: So one of my absolute favorite, make-the-hair-on-my-arms-stand-up dynamics is when God, in His perfect and unsearchable Providence, causes even His enemies to testify, unknowingly but unmistakably, to His Godhead and His infinite love. For me, these … Continue reading

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Every Mass you attend could be your last, and every reception of Holy Communion could be your Viaticum

By Ann Barnhardt: Every Mass could be your last on earth. Between today and the next Mass, it may become impossible to ever go to Mass again. We simply cannot take it for granted any longer. Every sacramental Communion could … Continue reading

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Miraculous Mass of St. Gregory the Great

A re-blog from September 4, 2015 by kathleen: In relation to the Mass, St. Gregory the Great is perhaps especially remembered by many for the Eucharistic Miracle that occurred in 595 during the Holy Sacrifice. This famous incident was related by Paul the … Continue reading

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Bishop Schneider: Lockdown is a trial that can bring about great ‘spiritual benefit’

May 22, 2020, LifeSiteNews: Bishop Athanasius Schneider said Catholics should accept the situation brought about by the pandemic as a trial, suggesting that such acceptance will produce great spiritual benefit for the Church, “a greater spiritual benefit as if we … 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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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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Archbishop Viganò on COVID-19 and the Hand of God

From The Remnant: Editor’s Introduction: During this seemingly apocalyptic moment, we must be ever mindful of the fact that, despite the great apostasy that’s been unfolding in the Church for decades, God Himself has not abandoned us. Good priests all … Continue reading

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Cardinal Burke: Message on the Combat against the Coronavirus, COVID-19

From Cardinal Raymond Burke, MAR 21, 2020 Dear Friends, For some time now, we have been in combat against the spread of the coronavirus, COVID-19. From all that we can tell – and one of the difficulties of the combat … Continue reading

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Prayer Resources, daily Mass streams and more from EWTN

  An email from EWTN News: As our nation and the world face the situation surrounding COVID-19, EWTN News is here to cover this health crisis faithfully every step of the way. Unlike the secular media, EWTN News presents you … Continue reading

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What happened to the “field hospital” of Pope Francis?

By George Neumayr at The American Spectator: Early on in his papacy, Pope Francis likened the Church to a field hospital. But the analogy hasn’t held up amidst coronavirus fears. The diocese of Rome has suspended Masses through April 3. … Continue reading

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Outside Italy, European churches begin ‘guidance to halt COVID-19 spread’

A man prays inside an empty Catholic church in Milan March 1, 2020. European churches have begun guidance for Masses in attempt to halt the spread of the coronavirus. (Credit: Yara Nardi/ Reuters via CNS.) By Simon Caldwell at Crux: … Continue reading

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