July 2011 (Jul2011.htm)


As we see in the Haydock Commentary for the Seventh Sunday after Pentecost provided by John Gregory, we see that quite possibly the most powerful of affirmations is given by our Lord and Savior that it isn't that difficult to tell who are the false prophets and heretics for by their fruits we shall know them. There is nothing ambiguous about Christ's words that a bad tree will be chopped down and rooted out, then cast into the fire. What other kind of fire would the Son of Man be talking about in His parable but eternal hellfire? It dovetails with St. Paul's words in the epistle that the wages of sin is death, as in mortal sin equals death to eternal life; and that eternal life is available only through the grace of God, our salvation merited by Christ's offering Himself on the Cross, shedding every last drop of His Most Precious Blood for us. A most fitting commentary to the Epistle and Gospel for the Seventh Sunday after Pentecost in these tumultuous times. Those who do not yield good fruit and remain unrepentant will be cast into the eternal fire



John Gregory provides a comprehensive reflection/meditation and study on the first Sorrowful Mystery in conjunction with the sixth Saturday of the fifteen week Rosary Crusade first introduced by His Excellency Bishop Robert McKenna a few years ago. As we begin the Sorrowful Mysteiries we begin at the Mount of Olivet with our Lord with the grueling trek to Calvary ahead. There in the Garden He was alone for even His Apostles could not watch one hour with Him. How lonely it must have been, how harrowing the agony to see our sins and transgressions. How can we ease His suffering? By resolving not to place ourselves in the occasions of sin; by being part of the hope and light that sustained Him and encouraged Him to continue His course for He was a man, like us in every way, save for sin. Why, oh, why do we persist in offending the Son of God? And yet, while we still expect God to do so much for us, are we willing to spend even an hour a day with Him and for Him? The First Sorrowful Mystery




John Gregory continues his three-part series on the elephant in the room that is really a bull - an uncaring, devious and deadly charging out-of-control bull that cares not for what it destroys. John points out that there are two Kingdoms on earth; the Kingdom of God (the Mystical Body of Christ which is the Catholic Church) and the Kingdom of Satan (composed of all outside the Church). Into one of these two we all belong. We do not know if Father Ratzinger is a Freemason but he does express a masonic way of thinking. You know, the "new [novus] world order [ordo]" or "novus ordo" mentality. Satan is the leader of Freemasonry and if we are to believe the Alta Vendita, which seeks to destroy the Church from within by infiltrating her at the very top, then we know they may have attained their goal when false-Pope John 23 was elected. John explains in Part Two of No Bull, This is Serious



John Gregory presents an inspiring piece on Saint Anne in a similar style to his meditations on the Mysteries of the holy Rosary. There is much to contemplate on the intricate and intimate role good Saint Anne played in bringing forth the Immaculate Conception. He calls on the words of His Holiness Pope Pius XI in his encyclical Casti Conubii and the insight of the noted liturgian and Benedictine abbot Dom Prosper Gueranger in illustrating that through the cooperation with God and her holy husband Saint Joachim, she nourished the only person ever conceived without sin for a purpose she did not know except for her love of God and the child she carried. Staying true to her mission she dedicated and raised the young child Mary to prepare her for the greatest story ever told: the Redemption of mankind. John provides the contemplation in ... The Mother of the Mothere of God



To enhance each Sunday's Epistle and Gospel we present this special feature provided by John Gregory with the Haydock Commentary found at the bottom of each page of the Douay-Rheims Bible. We publish it here in conjunction with the Epistle and Gospel for the Sunday Mass, with the cogent comprehensive Catholic Commentary penned by Father George Leo Haydock. For the Sixth Sunday after Pentecost we are reminded that through baptism we die to sin and are crucified with Christ, confident in knowing that if we are faithful to Him He will always be faithful to us, and, as St. Mark's Gospel illustrates in the loaves and the fishes, there is no end to His mercy and promises. We will always have nourishment for the soul. If we die to sin we will always be nourished


John Gregory provides a comprehensive reflection/meditation and study on the Finding of the Child Jesus in the Temple and this mystery marks the final public appearance of Jesus from the time He was twelve until He reached thirty. In this mystery in the Temple we see the relationship between Mother and Son. In Mary's few words we see expressed the loving and concerned motherly compassion that so well defines her role for us as her children today, and in her Divine Son's reply is laid out the mission Christ will undertake. John provides meditative food for thought on The Fifth Joyful Mystery




To enhance each Sunday's Epistle and Gospel we present this special feature provided by John Gregory with the Haydock Commentary found at the bottom of each page of the Douay-Rheims Bible. We publish it here in conjunction with the Epistle and Gospel for the Sunday Mass, with the cogent comprehensive Catholic Commentary penned by Father George Leo Haydock. For the Fifth Sunday after Pentecost the theme is that if one is reconcilied with his fellow man then he will always be reconciled with God for he will remain in the state of grace,which is necessary for participating in the sacramental fullness of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. If we do not comply with our Lord's commands, the consequences are catastrophic as we see in Fr. Haydock's cogent comments for the Fifth Sunday after Pentecost Haydock Commentary Make amends with thy brother before partaking at the altar


Down through the ages Mount Carmel has been a rock of inspiration and sanctification from the time of Elias to present day. The story of Carmel is prose, poetry and prayer and basically the benchmark of the Blessed Virgin Mary's integral role as Advocate, Co-Redemptrix, Mediatrix of all graces. Carmel has been favored by Our Lady as foretold in the Old Testament and as manifested to St. Simon Stock in 1251 when she bestowed on him the Brown Scapular and the amazing promise of ultimate salvation to all who abide by the rules of the Scapular. In addition, at Lourdes the Blessed Mother appeared to Bernadette as Our Lady of Mt. Carmel on this day 147 years ago and in the same heavenly garb on her final apparition at Fatima on October 13, 1917. We provide a thorough backgrounder on the meaning and magnificence of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel and its history, masterfully conveyed by Abbe Dom Prosper Gueranger in his masterpiece The Liturgical Year as well as the Act of Consecration to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel in honor of today's Double Major Commemoration in a feature we have chosen to call The Lasting Magnificence, Grace, and Power of Our Lady of Mount Carmel



We've all heard St. Francis of Assisi's words, "there but for the grace of God go I", but how many of us really understand this? We bring you a retro article from last year where guest contributor, Ava Bell, now a committed Traditional Catholic, related how this hit home for her in her earlier days before her awakening, if you will, in the same manner that Saint Augustine wrote about when confiding his past sins in his landmark book "Confessions." Her experience is pertinent for our times, especially in this day and age when so many worship at the altar of the world, the flesh and the devil, not really thinking about each's own visitation when each one of us will stand before God at his or her Particular Judgment. She presented a sobering story that should shake the timbers of our souls and wake the echoes of those who assume security when, in truth, there is only one way to secure eternal salvation and no amount of superstitions will stay the inevitable truth that for any sacramental to be effective, the one receiving it must be of good will and open to the grace of God, specifically Sanctifying Grace. Without this protection, all else is futile, fateful. She candidly explained in her article The Brown Scapular is Not a Good Luck Charm


John Gregory provides a comprehensive reflection/meditation and study on the Presentation of the Child Jesus and the Purification of His Blessed Mother in the Temple and a renewed perspective of Mary's role in salvation in how her life parallels her holy obedience to all God has asked. Though her divine Child would be submissive to her as an obedient, loving Son for the next 30 years, it was here, Forty days after His birth that Mary followed the letter of the Jewish Law not only to present Him to the Jews as the Messiah, so recognized by Simeon, but also for Mary to obediently go through the rite of purification in the eyes of man - though she already was the purest vessel ever created by the Almighty, free of original sin. In a sense, for the rest of us born with Original Sin, her submission was the precursor for the Sacrament of Penance. The Fourth Joyful Mystery


July 14 is the Double Feast of Saint Bonaventure. He is the only doctor celebrated in July. Satan is indeed furious and we need today men of the caliber of St. Bonaventure who was a man full of "good fortune" from his earliest years. Humility was his virtue; his role model was St. Francis of Asissi, the holy founder who named him. He followed this man, continuing the ideals of the Franciscans, guiding them during turbulent times when growing pains created problems in the ranks and with various ecclesial authorities opposed to the Friars Minor. This Universal Doctor was one of the first saintly Cardinals of the Church. He was close friends with "The Angelic Doctor" St. Thomas Aquinas and the saintly king of France King Louis IX. He was the architect of the 2nd Council of Lyons and, fittingly, was called home by God immediately following completion of the Council. His work done on earth but continued through his writings and example; so much so that Saint Bonaventure is known as The Seraphic Doctor



Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey makes it crystal clear how transparent the counterfeit church of conciliarism is and the idea launched that Tod Brown, the Grand Pubah of the Orange Diocese Lodge, who is caricatured to the right by Andrzej as a cartoon and he is definitely that, though many are not laughing at his blatant apostassy. To seal his deal with the devil, he has floated the idea of purchasing the new age monstrosity known as the Crystal 'Cathedral' which is more a tribute to Baal than anything else. Built by Robert Schuler decades ago in trying to outdo even the Tower of Babel and intended to show off the prosperity one could have by trusting in crystals and one's inner self without relying totally on God proved again the hoax for Schuler's clan could not practice what they preached. Does no one realize crystal shatters? So much for prosperity in the new age, but Brown's pandering for this new age icon fits right in with the apostate church's agenda of turning everything it touches into the devil's playpen as Tom pinpoints in his revealing article on this atrocity - and we're not just talking about the property but the potential buyer in purple...or is that lavender? You decide as you read Tom's piece, Makes Sense As Clear As Crystal



In Griff Ruby's fourteenth installment of his excellent YouTube Series "Sedevacantism - A Catholic Perspective", he continues his dissection of the damage Lumen Gentium did in abdicating jurisdiction of every ecclesiastical authority who followed the new establishment formed at Vatican II and this included every priest, bishop and, yes, pope. Traditional clerics and bishops not assigned to geographic territories but rather like religious order abbots with authority all over the world but no exclusive claim to any territory, have the jurisdiction to administer the Sacraments. All diocesan boundaries were dissolved by Lumen Gentium. Our traditional bishops and clergy alone have all of the valid orders, Catholic doctrinal orthodoxy, and the Apostolic mission to convert the world to Christ. If you argued that they, in collectively working together, do not have valid hierarchical authority over the Church, then you would have to come to the conclusion that such authority does not exist and cannot exist ever again. This would, of course, contradict our Lord's words that He will always be with His Church. Once again the Modernists are impaled on their own petard as territorial structure is made wide open for Traditional Bishops and Priests to go Wherever souls seek the true Sacraments .



John Gregory begins a three-part series on the elephant in the room that is really a bull - an uncaring, devious and deadly charging out-of-control bull that cares not for what it destroys. For far too long - as in over 50 years - has the wrath of God been incurred because men who were supposed to represent Christ on this earth as His Vicar have instead become the vicar of satan by their obstinate contradiction of what true Popes declared, proclaimed, decreed, defined and determined that no one could alter their command at any time in the future. Pretty definitive, right? Yet, the Modernists seem to have myopia when it comes to obedience. Those who obey the true Popes are considered "schismatic" and "outside the church of Vatican II", while those who embrace syncretism, humanism, ecumenism - every ism possible - all wrapped in one ism which His Holiness Pope St. Pius X called the "heresy of heresies": Modernism, charge on. It is time those who call themselves 'Catholic' and give credence to an apostate heretic wake up and realize the true Popes were not whistling Dixie when they warned that if anyone contradicted their decrees they would incur the wrath of Almighty God. Have you looked around lately at the world? Do you think God has reason to render His wrath? It is time to corral the bulls. If only we had someone to issue a Papal Bull to do so. John explains in Part One of No Bull, This is Serious



To enhance each Sunday's Epistle and Gospel we present this special feature provided by John Gregory with the Haydock Commentary found at the bottom of each page of the Douay-Rheims Bible. We publish it here in conjunction with the Epistle and Gospel for the Sunday Mass, with the cogent comprehensive Catholic Commentary penned by Father George Leo Haydock. Today for the Fourth Sunday after Pentecost, the theme is those creatures swimming in the sea of fallen human nature in this world and who can only be rescued through the grace of God via those He has sent to reel in souls as fishers of men. St. Peter is the chief fishermen and, despite his temerity, our Lord knew the mettle of the man He tabbed to head His Church on earth and had no compunction in commanding His disciples to "launch out into the deep" for souls, not fish as we see in Fr. Haydock's Commentary for the Fourth Sunday after Pentecost, "Launch out into the deep, and let down your nets..."



   In the eleventh chapter of Book Three, Saint Bridge of Sweden, as the bride, conveys trusting words to Christ. Then receives an answer first from Saint John the Baptist who offers assurance to the bride that Christ does indeed speak to her. Then the Baptist relates to her how difficult it is for a rich man but one who has the happiness of the good rich man understands this perfectly. However, as he describes, an imprudent bishop is compared to a monkey because of his foolishness and wicked life and the consequences of loving worldly things more than the sweet fragrance of God's truths and love. For such folly a cardinal legate received sulphur and poison as his reward as Christ confirms. Is it monkey see, monkey do, or will you stand strong and not ape those committed to the demon? The inspiration provided in the Revelations and Prophesies to St. Bridget provide a compass to navigate our way through this planet zoo and jungle for... To ape the world is to lose one's soul
    The bishop Christ speaks of above, who monkeyed around with the world, the flesh and the devil, is not unlike the conciliar prelates today from the top dog Benedict down to the newest dupe to be installed in purple. Why do you think they screech their apostate screeds? Because they're leaning on the legs of the devil as Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey explains in his latest article Without a Catholic Leg to Stand On


On Thursday, July 7 we provided a special compendium to prove the grave error of the Motu Mess introduced four years ago on this date and, which since, has been watered down to replicate just what it was intended to be at the beginning: a devious device to deliberately deceive the duped. Keep in mind the articles we posted all foretold this. Were these writers clairvoyant? No, they just knew what is Catholic and what is not. The Motu is not! Nor is the one who issued it! The quicker all realize that, the faster the Faith will return. For this feature, see Four Years of Commisseration over Summorum Pontificum



A man for all seasons and all reasons was not reason enough for the ruthless Henry VIII to stay his hand of execution and seal his own soul in a vortex of further sin by condemning the innocent St. Thomas More to death. Do you really think the Modernists will be any less lenient when we stand against the false church of conciliarism? We have already seen that anything goes except if you are a Traditional Catholic. We must be willing to have the guts and grace that this holy martyr for the true Faith had. Are we ready to do that? Are we ready to stand alone? We should take courage from this lay man, Sir Thomas More, whose traditional feast we celebrate today. Here was a man who gave up home, his wife, family, prestige, treasures, the plaudits of man, and his very life rather than compromising one iota with anyone who would dare veer from the one and only true Faith Christ established upon the Rock of Peter. He realized his greatest treasure was his soul. He would do nothing to jeopardize that. Today, such principle and commitment seems less and less a reality. So great is the pull of the world, the flesh and the devil in duping the vast majority to believe the church in Rome today is Catholic. Sir Thomas More would have recognized the counterfeit church immediately, why don't we? See God wanted More and Thomas complied
    And speaking of Modernists who would never understand More or any of the others who would rather die than compromsise their faith, you must read Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey's latest article on Josef Ratzinger: Sixty Years of Priestly Apostasy



In Griff Ruby's thirteenth installment of his excellent YouTube Series "Sedevacantism - A Catholic Perspective", he continues his dissection of the damage Lumen Gentium did in abdicating jurisdiction of every ecclesiastical authority who followed the new establishment formed at Vatican II and this included every priest, bishop and, yes, pope. Yet, that document has come back to bite the barbarians at the gate for Lumen Gentium's language magnifies the fact that, in actuallity, it justified by its own abandonment of the Church founded by Christ, credence to the very jurisdiction to traditional clerics as they are the only possible recipients of the jurisdiction that Lumen Gentium cast to the wind. Thus, recognizing there was no longer one legitimate authority (a true Pope) to rule, it necessitated emergency action or, as the Church calls it Epikeia. Because a few Bishops realized the grave error of Lumen Gentium and the course of Vatican II they had the heroic courage to stand up to the doppelganger church - the counterfeit church of conciliarism and realized, that in order to perpetuate the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church they needed to consecrate new bishops to carry out the truths and traditions in order to keep the Faith alive in the face of the Great Apostasy. A Few Good Men.



On Independence Day, we shared a prayer sent to us by Joe Omlor, son of one of the earliest pioneers of the Traditional Catholic movement - Patrick Henry Omlor: Dear God, bring the Faith to our beloved country. It was once a virgin land wherein the only praise was that of the murmur of the Mass on the shores, the hills and the prairies. Zealous priests and explorers claimed it for Thee, giving Thy Holy Name to its rivers, lakes and cities. From east to west they traveled, from mission to mission, from Mass to Mass until the land was encircled by prayer and gave of its bounty to Thy glory. And now it is dedicated to Thy Immaculate Mother. May she find America again, as she once found the lost Child Jesus in the Temple. May she touch the hearts of our people, disposing them to receive the ancient faith, and thus showing them the things that are to their peace. We ask this of Thee through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.



John Gregory provides the commentary for the Third Sunday after Pentecost within the Octave of the Sacred Heart, which this year is superseded by the Solemnity of the Most Precious Blood. Father George Leo Haydock gives us food for thought in respect to this Sunday when we encounter one of the most oft quoted passages of Sacred Scripture, the eighth verse of chapter five of the first epistle of St. Peter whereby Christ's chosen first Pope employs the imagery of the devil being like a roaring lion always on the prowl to devour souls. That is why it ties in so well with today's Gospel of the rejoicing of one sinner returning to the fold. With satan roaming it truly is a victory worth celebrating when a soul is saved from this savage unearthly beast. Redemption



John Gregory provides an insightful inspiration on the Visitation where Our Lady dismissed all concerns for herself to minister to others, most notably her cousin St. Elizabeth who was further along in her pregnancy than Mary. Elizabeth recognized in Mary God's design for her younger cousin as did the babe in her womb - Saint John the Baptist who, though not conceived free of Original Sin was sanctified at the presence of the Babe in Mary's womb - the fetus of the God-Man. In this time when man's uncharity towards his fellow man is legend, we need to refocus on the intention for the Second Joyful Mystery - charity towards our neighbor out of our love for God. This charity is not reserved only for a select few, but all we meet. This charity is not about doing only humane things for others, but going well beyond that in doing all we can to do all in our power to see that our neighbor will save his eternal soul. This means charitably rebuking, correcting and admonishing if our neighbor has veered from the path God intended, and that means knowing our Faith so others will know it and convert. That's the greatest charity we can do for others because we do not want to see them condemned. That's what can happen as Jesus so clearly told us in St. Matthew 28: 20 and St. Mark 16: 16. John shares the meditation of The Second Joyful Mystery: The Visitation
    For this Double of the Second Class Feast of the Visitation, Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey provides an inspirational piece for that says it all about the charity our Blessed Mother extends to all in his piece. Magnficat



Father Casimir celebrated his 25th Anniversary Friday night with a Solemn High Mass on the high altar at St. Michael's church. He is the pastor of the jewel of the CMRI, the sprawling, majestic campus of Mount Saint Michael's overlooking the city of Spokane and the winding Spokane River. He oversees a thriving parish in quite possibly the most beautiful, heavenly church in the world that still offers the true Mass. He also oversees the Academy, which continues the tradition of true Catholic education in schooling traditional Catholic students from K to 12 in forming the leaders of tomorrow to perpetuate the holy faith. On behalf of our readers around the world, we offer our warmest wishes and prayers to Father on celebrating his Silver Jubilee as a true priest, a man who truly exemplifies what a pastor should be.



John Gregory documents how the Heart of God has always been held in special esteem. Many are under the assumption that the Sacred Heart didn't come into devotion until our Lord appeared to Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque, but Sacred Scripture and the example of David who put his heart into action for the Heart of God, shows that the Heart of God has always been the portal to true Love. Without It, one enters a black hole that one may not be able to escape unless one has love for God, and subsequently, because of that, his neighbor. One cannot attain everlasting life without love. That love begins and ends with the Most Sacred Heart Whose love knows no bounds; Whose love can move mountains; Whose love can melt the coldest of hearts, soften the hardest; Whose love was so great that It was offered to It's very last drop of blood. And this year is special for seldom does the feast of the Sacred Heart fall on the feast of the Most Precious Blood. This year the Blood reunites with the Heart, if you will, symbolic of the life that never ends, beating ever with unimaginable love for man -- so much so, that God gave of His Heart that in His human nature His love included suffering and dying on the cross - no greater love doth anyone have than to give His life that we might have eternal life. That's what the Sacred Heart is all about and no leader of men or nations will ever be successful until they realizes that as John explains in. The Heart of the Matter
    In this same vein, Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey provides an inspirational piece for this First Class Feast in encouraging all to enthrone their homes sto the Most Sacred Heart. Enthroning the Heart of Love in Our Homes


   In the tenth chapter of Book Three, the Virgin speaks to her daughter, offering assurance about the words spoken to her; and on the danger and approaching collapse of the Church, and how, unfortunately, the overseers of the Church largely devote themselves nowadays to a life of debauchery and greed and waste the goods of the Church in their pride, and how such behavior and attitude incurs the wrath of God. Consider, if you will, that these words were given a a century and a half before the devastating Protestant revolution in the sixteenth century. Now read these words in light of our present day catastrophe known as the counterfeit church of conciliarism and we can see the veracity of our Lady's warning in the mid 1300's. Oh, will we ever learn? Read Mary's words and ask what you can do: "I, the Queen of Heaven, will come to the aid of anyone who, knowing his own insufficiency, is willing to take on the task of making the Church's foundation stable and restoring the blessed vineyard that God founded with His Blood, and, together with the angels, I will root up loose roots and throw any trees without fruit into the fire and plant fruitful shoots in their stead. By this vineyard I mean the Church of God in which the two virtues of humility and divine charity must be restored." It's in our court now. Will you serve? See Our Lady's words to St. Bridget in Shining Rainbow of Redemption




On behalf of all our readers, we sent our heartfelt congratulations to Father Brendan Legg and Father Michael Oswalt on the occasion of their Ordination to the Holy Priesthood on the feast of Sts. Peter and Paul at a Solemn Pontifical High Mass on the high altar of Mount St. Michael's Church in Spokane when His Excellency Bishop Mark Pivarunas, CMRI conferred the Sacrament of Holy Orders. These two men are the latest consecrated warriors of the Word, dedicated to preserving and perpetuating the one, true holy Faith in bringing the true Sacraments to the Faithful in the face of so much apathy and opposition to the truths and traditions of holy Mother Church. We ask God to richly bless them for their perseverance and further proof that if it is of and from God, nothing will stop it. Fr. Michael Oswalt is an excellent example of this as he was maligned, libeled and stolen from by the conciliar diocese and its alien apparatchiks because he dared to question how he could be a priest in the newchurch and say a valid Mass when, in his research, he realized it was impossible. Yet, the wolves in sheep's clothing who have infiltrated the Church over the past 50 plus years stopped at nothing to slander him and prevent him from even his just wages. Yet he was so humble and sincere that he was willing to submit to Bishop Pivarunas and, basically, start all over in formation for the true priesthood even though he had undergone the required indoctrination - erh, ah to be politically correct (which we detest) - 'seminary' training - in the conciliar confines. Because he was true to his heart and soul, he has exemplified what we all must do to be meek and humble of heart in order to make our hearts like unto the Sacred Heart. On the transferred feast of the Most Precious Blood Fr. Oswalt will confect for the first time the Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of the True Presence of Jesus Christ at his First Solemn High Mass at 8 a.m. at the Mount. Fr. Legg will do the same on the feast of St. Paul the Apostle at 8 a.m. in celebrating his first Solemn High Mass.


In Griff Ruby's twelfth installment of his excellent YouTube Series "Sedevacantism - A Catholic Perspective", he returns to the language of that devious document of Vatican II, Lumen Gentium, and points out that who ever agreed to what it said automatically became charter members of the newchurch - a "doppelganger church" as Griff calls it and which we know it as the counterfeit church of conciliarism begun at Vatican II and from that point on no longer a member of the true Catholic Church. Thus, whatever they did from then on became invalid and illicit. And when paul iv dared to alter the Sacrament of Holy Orders in 1968 the die was cast. Yes, it is dye, but we purposely put "die" for that is what souls do who attend the novus ordo and partake of the 'sacraments' of the false church. How can they live again? Ah, that is what Griff finishes with for only those traditional bishops who have remained faithful to the truths and traditions of holy Mother Church can provide the true Sacraments instituted by Christ and not altered by man. Griff explains in Part Twelve by showing how Lumen Gentium was the point where a new branch sprouted with the doppelganger church and served to identify how so many souls were ripe to be Ripped from the True Vine.



We want to take this opportunity to extend our heartfelt congratulations to our dear frirend Sister Mary Josephine, CMRI and Sister Mary Loretta, CMRI on reaching the milestone of 25 years as a professed Religious with their Silver Jubilee, which will be celebrated at 5 p.m. with a Pontifical High Mass by His Excellency Bishop Mark Pivarunas, CMRI on the high altar at Mt. St. Michael's on this feast of Our Mother of Perpetual Help. Also during that Mass Sister Giovanna Marie will be making her final vows in wearing the bridal wreath as a Bride of Christ. We remember fondly Sister Giovanna when she was a student at Mt. St. Michael's Academy and it shows how fruitful the traditional Catholic education is today. Sister Madelieine Marie will make her first year profession and Miss Victoria Poganatz will begin her Novitiate. Besides the above, His Excellency will celebrate his 26th Ordination Anniversary on this day. This is truly an exhilarating week at the Mount with two Pontifical High Masses this week and three special Solemn High Masses. On the Feast of Sts. Peter and Paul, His Excellency will ordain Father Brendan Legg and Father Michael Oswalt, the latter of which was a novus ordo presbyter and saw that to be a true priest he needed to flee from the conciliar church. May there be many, many more Fr. Oswalts. On Friday, the pastor of St. Michael's Father Casimir Puskorius, CMRI will celebrate his Silver Jubilee as a priest with a Solemn High Mass at 5 p.m. on the Feast of the Most Precious Blood, which this year is superseded by the Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and thus the feast is transferred to Sunday when Fr. Oswalt will celebrate his First Solemn High Mass at 8 a.m. Fr. Legg will celebrate his First Solemn High Mass at 8 a.m. on Thursday, the feast of St. Paul. Congratulations to all, and please keep them and all true priests and religious in your prayers. Besides your Masses and Rosaries, a good practice is the devotion to Our Mother of Perpetual Help


Yes, "Cars 2" is a fictional cartoon. It's not real. Cars can't really talk. But then is there any difference between that fiction and the fiction that the conciliar church is Catholic? Of course not. They're both living in a land of cartoon fantasy. The problem is most who go to see the family G-rated animated movie know it's only make believe while those who pose as 'pope, cardinal, archbishop, bishop' and 'priest' - not to mention the countless 'deacons' and 'deaconesses' in the counterfeit church of conciliarism can't seem to realize they're just pretending. They're no more authentic than the celluloid creations Pixar presents in theaters. Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey files an article on the fantasy that conciliar 'Catholics' live out by attending the services of the novus ordo establishment. In fact, there is a much ballyhooed 'motu mess' to be carried out in Kansas City on the feast of Sts. Peter and Paul. This abomination of desolation is an afront to the holy apostles whose wrath, as Pope St. Pius V decreed, would be incurred if anything were changed. His statement "nihil innovetur" has fallen upon the deaf and deliberate ears of the infiltrators of the Church who eclipsed the Mystical Bride with Vatican II. It's all a facade and, at the same time Fathers Brendan Legg and Michael Oswalt are being ordained true priests by Bishop Pivarunas in Spokane, there will be the pretend mess in KC. The latter will be no more valid than if Tom, this editor and the kids next door said it. Pope Leo XIII said it best: "Absolutely Null and utterly void." And he was no pretender. Let's Play the Let's Pretend Game


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