Taste And See His Sweetness

8th Sunday After Pentecost 2022 ”Taste and see how sweet the Lord is”  These words are from the earliest Communion psalm, which was a favorite among the early Christians.  We celebrate the feast of the Holy Maccabees, the only Old Testaments saints celebrated in the liturgy, and their story reminds us of our need for…

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Guarantee of Heaven

Feast Of Corpus Christi 2022 The Mass, renewing our Savior’s death on the cross, replaced all the rites of the Old Law.  None are excluded from this sacrifice unless they should decline the invitation.  We faithful strive daily for union with Christ in the Holy Eucharist, and we hope to die doing so.  This is…

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We Become Christ’s Home

4th Sunday After Easter 2022 “Do not let the sun go down on your anger.” In hearing these words, we must remember that this refers to unjust anger. The irascible passion of anger, when justified, is not only important but even necessary. This is why we are told to, “be angry, and sin not.” The…

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The Only Solution

Holy Thursday 2022 Today is a good day to remind everyone about how to receive Holy Communion properly. The Epistle is a warning from St. Paul that is timely  because we live in a time of unprecedented sacrileges against Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament.  The Gospel describes the Mandatum when Christ washed the feet of…

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Divine Freedom

Laetare Sunday 2022 The saints this week and especially St. Francis Paola show that grace is more impressive than even miracles.  The Epistle for this Mass concludes by letting us know that we have received a liberation by the new dispensation which Christ has brought us.  No longer are we slaves to sin but free from…

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Saint Pius X, Our Pope

1st Friday Conference, October 2021 This conference begins with a sobering account of the current problems with the validity of the sacraments because of the devil’s hatred of priests and the means of salvation.  The story of today’s Saint Remy is encouraging in the face of this new paganism because this holy bishop baptized Clovis…

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The Reading of “Quo Primum”

Special Excerpt From The Sermon Given On 6th Sunday after Pentecost 2021 The importance of the traditional Latin Mass is seen clearly from the encyclical, “Quo Primum”, by Saint Pius V.  This reading of the document is a powerful reminder of this. #20210704SA 1 1698446

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Quo Primum

6th Sunday after Pentecost 2021 Patriotism is part of the virtue of piety and recalled today.  This Sunday has humility as a theme and it is easy to remember because without God’s help we are sinners and that thought should keep us humble.  Mortal sin is the worst thing in the world and venial sin…

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This Is God’s Blood

Precious Blood 2021 This feast was instituted by Pope Pius IX even before the liberation of Rome from the Freemasons in thanksgiving for the Church’s deliverance from these forces of evil.  The Blood of Christ was pre-figured in the Old Testament starting with Saint Abel.  The power of the Precious Blood is infinite and the…

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Eucharistic Heart

First Friday Conference June 2021 This First Friday coming between the feasts of Corpus Christi and Sacred Heart points out the unity between these truths of the Faith.  We learn from Our Lord how much humility is a foundational virtue for Him and in our own spiritual life.  The complementary virtues are magnanimity and magnificence. …

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