Cry Out to God!

Quinquagesima Sunday 2024 Abraham is our patron today.  His willingness to sacrifice his only begotten son was a type of the Sacrifice of Jesus Christ.  In today’s Gospel, the Apostles did not understand Our Lord’s words.  To remove any doubts, Jesus performed the miracle of curing the blind man, demonstrating His divine power.  We also…

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Non Sum Dignus

3rd Sunday after Epiphany 2024 St. Paul teaches us to be at peace with all men when it is possible.  Of course, there are times when peace is not possible, but for a good Catholic war is only for the sake of restoring the peace once again.  A person who is vengeful in his anger…

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True Affection For The Dead

All Souls Day Evening 2023 Our bodies at the time of death are separated from our souls and undergo corruption.  All the souls of the departed will hear the voice of the Son of God at the Last Judgment.  It is an ancient practice, and one that is natural to man, to pray for the…

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Pray For Their Rest

All Souls Day 2023 The Mass of the dead is really the Mass of life.  Virtually nobody prays for the dead, which is a great injustice.  Although Purgatory is not formally denied, it is simply never mentioned.  We must pray for the priests and religious who held fast to the true traditions of our Faith,…

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Instruction To The Youth

Q&A Conference September 2023 Children can sometimes be crueler than adults and hurt feelings can last a lifetime.  If we are hardhearted in the way we treat others, God will punish us.  We must beware of gossip.  Young men should be particularly careful with the feelings of young girls.  And young girls should look in…

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Blessed Are Those Who Mourn

Feast of the Seven Sorrows 2023 All of Our Lord’s acts had infinite value because He is God.  The Blessed Virgin Mary is called the Associate of Redemption by her union of friendship, love, and emotion.  She has an intimate union with God.  We all weep, because we are injured, or mistreated, or ignored, or…

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Do Not Weep

15th Sunday after Pentecost 2023 No other religion has produced saints as the Catholic Church has.  The greatest mark of the Church is her holiness.  Discretion is one of the best ways to practice charity.  It allows us to know when to offer correction and when to simply let our example teach our neighbor.  Charity…

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Don’t Conform To The World

12th Sunday after Pentecost 2023 In the Gospel for today, we see Christ represented as the Good Samaritan – the one Who was rejected by the world.  He is the one Who saves the sinner who has been wounded by the devil.  We are that sinner and we must cry out for salvation.  We are…

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We Must Obey To Be Saved

20th Sunday After Pentecost 2022 The official in the Gospel for this Mass traveled a long distance to find Christ, but was rebuked for his lack of faith.  Yet, Christ rewarded the little faith he had, curing his child, and converting his whole household into some of the very first Christians.  St. Paul tells us…

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No Salvation Without Belief

13th Sunday After Pentecost 2022 In the collect of this Mass we beg for an increase of the three theological virtues.  If we do not believe, we cannot be saved.  This is why we must be continually taught the catechism.  We see that the lepers of the Gospel were cured because of their faith and…

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