Tag Archives: Midnight Mass

Christmas, the Feast of the Birth of Christ

The Missal describes the Feast Day of the birth of Christ: During Christmastide, the liturgy shows us the Messias as the Son of God, clothed with humanity, glorified by the humble surprised shepherds, and adored by the Magi from the … Continue reading

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No Midnight Mass at Midnight This Year! Could it be Due to the Desecration in the Vatican Last Year?

“A demonic cult bowl was placed on the altar of St. Peter’s after a dreadful pagan demonic worship rite took place in the Vatican Gardens, during which a shaman of a false demon religion seems to have put a curse on … Continue reading

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The Baby Jesus Appears in the Arms of St Padre Pio at Midnight Mass

Padre Pio had a profound humility; he was blessed with extraordinary spiritual gifts, but he always, always considered himself the least of his fellow priests. Padre Pio never asked anything for himself, but he treasured and loved the privilege of … Continue reading

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The infinite distance is overcome…

Here is a Vatican translation of the homily Benedict XVI gave at tonight’s Christmas Eve Mass, celebrated in St. Peter’s Basilica. Dear Brothers and Sisters! “You are my son, this day I have begotten you” – with this passage from … Continue reading

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