August 2012 (augu2012.htm)

Griff Ruby files part three of his series on "Accepting Responsibility" as he points out how the Novus Ordo apparatus continues to sputter and choke on its own heresies for if it is not of God it will surely fall. We must remember that laws are lawful laws only if they are in tune with the will of God as far as moral and right. While the United States also must face the music with its unlawful laws that offend God, it does not have to be that way for traditional Catholics for they know they have the true Faith. They know from Catholic truth that what they follow is God's holy Will and thus, they must be obedient to all laws that reflect that. They also know they can never be obedient to a law that violates Catholic truth in faith and morals, and for the most part, they must recognize the authority of the true bishops and true priests who maintain the Catholic Faith without any compromise to the heresies and errors of Vatican 2. Therefore, we have a duty to obey those who we place ourselves under for the welfare of our soul and cannot parish-hop or bishop-hop at our own whim. We are our brother's keeper and no one is more responsible than those whom we place our responsibility in; thus we must recognize their authority to govern as he focuses on Being Our Brother's Keeper

The holy Doctor of the Church Saint Alphonsus Liguori was born near Naples and received a law doctorate in his teens. He had the world as his oyster and chose to cast his net into the sea in being a fisher of men. He founded an order dedicated to redeeming souls and he wrote volumes during a time when the enlightenment was already threatening the foundations of the Church. He vowed never to waste a moment and never did. He was the outstanding moral theologian who held the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass as the greatest gift any Catholic could partake in. He foretold the very crisis the Church is suffering today when he prophesied, "The devil has always attempted, by means of the heretics, to deprive the world of the Mass, making them precursors of the antichrist, who, before anything else, will try to abolish and will actually abolish the Holy ...More

    Also see Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey's inspiring piece on St. Alphonsus Liguori Giving Us What For

On this First Friday of August when we celebrate the Feast of the Finding of St. Stephen, the protomartyr, in many parishes the Mass of the Sacred Heart is said. It is also the day when traditional Catholics begin the Novena to St. Philomena, the virgin and martyr who has become the cover girl,if you will, for traditional Catholics as opposed to the conciliar church which, under the antipope Paul 6, not only did away with the feast but denigrated her as being merely a legend and not important. Traditional Catholics know the powerful intercession this holy virgin saint can produce and call on her through this nine-day novena leading to her feast on August 11. First Day of the Novena to St. Philomena

John Gregory presents a meditation on the Sorrowful Mysteries with the first for it is at the Mount of Olivet where we begin, with our Lord, the grueling trek to Calvary. 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: The Agony in the Garden

We urge you to click the Rosary banner below for the Sixth Saturday in the 15-week Rosary Crusade organized by Bishop Robert McKenna, O.P. to do our part for the salvation of souls by bringing souls to the true Catholic Faith and Sacraments, for the welfare of our country, and for our own special intentions as we all strive for holiness in our role as members of the Church Militant. On this Sixth Saturday of the Fifteen Week Rosary Crusade, we focus on the First Sorrowful Mystery The Agony in the Garden

John Gregory provides the Haydock Commentary by Fr. Leo Haydock for the Tenth Sunday after Pentecost in which we have as the theme man's pride and forgetting who he really is for without God he is nothing. St. Paul bears this out in his Epistle to the Corinthians in warning that the Spirit (Holy Ghost) cannot deceive, knows all and knows which gifts to bestow. Likewise in the Gospel God knows man's heart and though he might act humble, he who strives to be exalted will be humbled, but he who credits God for whatever he has, be they gifts or crosses, will be exalted by God. After all, that's really all that matters as we see in The Essence of Humility

Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey files a special inspiring article for the Double of the Second Class Feast of the Transfiguration of our Lord in which he includes the origins as presented by the renowned Benedictine Abbot Dom Prosper Gueranger of the importance of Mt. Thabor where Christ took His disciples Saints Peter, John and James to the the top and there transfigured Himself so they could see He was truly divine. These are the same Apostles of whom Jesus took with Him to the Garden of Gethsemane - the same who fell asleep and could not watch with Him, so we understand our fallen human nature for even saints were human. That should give us hope that we are not in vain when we strive for holiness and strive to perpetuate the holy Faith and make reparation for the egregious sins of mankind as well as for our ultimate goal is to be transfigured in glory with the Church Triumphant as Tom explains in his piece To Be Transfigured In All Glory

Today we begin another Novena in this month of novenas with the Novena in preparation for the Solemnity of the Assumption that lasts from the feast of the Transfiguration through the Vigil of the Assumption. Click on First Day of the Novena for the Assumption

We present a pastoral letter from Bishop Mark Pivarunas, CMRI taken from the most recent issue of Adsum in which he points out that Bishop Fellay's logic is haywire and that if it looks like a snake, slithers like a snake, and hisses like a snake, you can bet it's a viper whose venom can poison just as those who compromise the Faith by just a drop of poison as Pope Leo XIII points out in his encyclical Satis Cognitum, "There can be nothing more dangerous than those heretics who admit nearly the whole cycle of doctrine, and yet by one word, as with a drop of poison, infect the real and simple faith taught by our Lord and handed down by Apostolic tradition." This is exactly what Modernist serpents have done while intwining themselves in Rome over the past 50 years. Even Archbishop Lefebvre agreed, but not so Fellay who doesn't seem to understand that if you play with asps you're going to get bit because there's a big difference between a servant and a serpent for The Conciliar Church Has Not Changed One Iota

In part two of Book Four we see through the bride's eyes St. Bridget's amazing and remarkable vision and God's explanation of the inhuman beasts and what these unusual anomolies symbolize. According to the explanation, the baptized are symbolized by an animal, the heathen by a fish, and God's friends by three crowds of people: the first crowd represent those who have accommodated themselves to the world while yet remaining faithful, the second represent those who willingly give up their worldly possessions, and the third crowd, the smallest of the three, are those who are willing to give their life for their Creator. To fulfill God's will one must be willing to not only sacrifice, but to suffer and, yes, to die for love of Him no matter the odds, no matter the measures they must go as is illustrated in the obstacles these strange creatures present in God seeks the heart of the heathen

The holy priest St. Jean Marie Vianney holds nothing back in exacting a thorough examination of our souls, consciences and habits. By and large Traditional Catholics live their daily lives free of mortal sin, but how many of us seriously take the Cure of Ars' words seriously enough to move out of whatever comfort zone we are in at the present and strive to love God more, to be more aware of His role for each of us, and to manifest our choice of God over the world? That is a question this holy priest asks. How will we answer? His words are as applicable today, even moreso, than in his time as parish vicar in the post French Revolution days of the first half of the 19th century. The Lukewarmness of Souls

Two weeks from today the first Rebuilding Christendom Conference will take place at the Dulles Marriott Hotel near the airport in Washington D.C. It coincides with the feast of the last Catholic King to fully uphold the Social Kingship of Christ, the loyal and holy Monarch of France St. Louis IX. Sponsored by John Sr. and Judith Sharp of ISOC and John Jr. of IHS Press, this packed three-day event is an inaugural of Catholics across the spectrum from conciliars to sedevacantists dedicated to the genuine Catholic Social Doctrine as proclaimed by previous true Popes and the infallible, perennial Magisterium of the Church in how we should address and deal with societal issues today that so gravely jeopardize souls in a world gone mad. This conference is intended to begin to set the scales right and bring back a semblance of sanity and sanctity. For more, see Rebuilding Christendom I Conference

John Gregory provides a comprehensive reflection/meditation and study on the second Sorrowful Mystery in conjunction with the seventh Saturday of the fifteen week Rosary Crusade first introduced by His Excellency Bishop Robert McKenna a few years ago. By our sins we scourge our dear Lord anew. Do we take pleasure in such masochism to our souls and to pure Love that we would continue to beat Christ? By tending to our souls, and examining our words, actions and thoughts at the healing font of Divine Mercy - the Confessional - we receive the salve of salvific Sanctifying Grace. Through the Sacrament of Penance we can put a halt to the scourging, and apply dabs of sincere love to close and comfort those terrible wounds on His precious flesh; wounds we helped open. The Second Sorrowful Mystery

We urge you to click the Rosary banner below for the Seventh Saturday in the 15-week Rosary Crusade organized by Bishop Robert McKenna, O.P. with the focus on the virtue of Patience for the Second Sorrowful Mystery - The Scourging at the Pillar

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 Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost we see how St. Paul gives witness that only through the grace of God has he been able to accomplish what God has aided, elevated and cured of sin. That is the message of the Gospel indicating that the deaf and blind man represents the spiritual blindness and deafness mankind has contracted by turning from God and embracing the chaotic din of the world, the flesh and the devil which, ironically, causes spiriritual deafness and dumbness. Really dumb! Yet, with just one word from our Lord "Ephpheta" the man in the gospel is healed. So also by absolution in the Sacrament of Penance by a valid, truly ordained priest, can one's soul be similarly healed for Just a simple Ephpheta proves Christ's point

August began with the right's outpouring for a fowl that left the left in a foul mood, but it is merely the tip of the iceberg in thawing out the hardened hearts and apathy that has frozen so many in the state of complacency and sin. God works in mysterious ways and if man chose to arouse the masses to rally for a chicken sandwich, how much more can God accomplish if we cooperate with His graces and Divine Will? God can only take so much. While civility takes a holiday and hate harbors in hearts that refuse to give up their sinful ways and thrive on twisting and turning things topsy-turvy, the tide is turning slowly but surely if only we heed the signs and stand for what is right despite the in-your-face rudeness, concliar cover-ups and media bias that prevent hearts from softening, connecting the dots, and accepting Christ as King and Mary as our Immaculate Queen. Only with the help of Divine Providence and our humble cooperation can we accomplish what God expects of us to end the Great Apostasy that has spawned so much evil and tilt the scales toward populating Heaven and leaving fewer headed for hell. This is not a game of chicken, but of daring to be heroes for Christ. Are you up for it? If not, count yourself a zero as editor Michael Cain says it like it is in Part One of Heroes or Zeroes?

Fittingly during this month of the Immaculate Heart of Mary we begin on the Vigil of the Assumption the Nine Day Novena to the Immaculate Heart completing it on the Double of the Second Class Feast of the Immaculate Heart. We encourage you to click here for the First Day of the Novena and the two Litanies of the Immaculate Heart of Mary

On this Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary into Heaven, we have the encouraging words of the renowned Benedictine Abbot Dom Prosper Gueranger from his masterful work The Liturgical Year in which he writes that earth's loss was Heaven's gain, "What in this dawn before which the brighest constellations pale? Laurence, who has been shining in the August heavens as an incomparable star, is well nigh eclipsed and become but the humble satellite of the Queen of Saints, whos triumph is preparing beyond the clouds. Mary stayed ...More

John Gregory continues with part two on 1 Corinthians 3 and the existance of Purgatory for we must be purified before we can ever enter the immaculate climes of the heavenly regions and, to truly be so cleansed, we must be purified by fire; not the fires of hell which, through the merits of Jesus Christ we can escape by compliance to God's holy Will and, therefore, we may have to pass through the fires of Purgatory. While this is definitely a suffering far worse than any on earth, there is the knowledge that one's time in this nether region of the Church Suffering will end and then the soul will be worthy to stand before the indescribable Beatific Vision for we too will finally be robed in eternal bliss. But there is a price to pay to attain such and, through the mercy of God, we have the opportunity while still in the employ of the Church Militant to shorten our time that we might spend in Purgatory. Purgatory - God's Justice and Mercy Part Two

In Chapter Three of Book Four we find a wonderful conversation between God and the bride St. Bridget of Sweden by way of question and answer. It concerns the king and his hereditary rights and those of his successors in the kingdom, and also how some territories should be reclaimed by the successors in the kingdom and some not. The subtext here is rich in interpreting exactly what happened after the death of Pope Pius XII and God's rationale for why it has continued through such an interminable interregnum for only when a rightful heir to the throne of Peter appears can the kingdom be restored. In the meantime, as God attests, 'The mighty will move from their seats and those that walk upon the earth shall be exalted.' Truly, as we have seen over the past fifty years, "people will be afflicted, discord will arise, the sons shall pass their days in sorrow, and their kingdoms will no longer be kingdoms." A Kingdom Usurped

John Gregory provides a comprehensive reflection/meditation and study on the Third Sorrowful Mystery in conjunction with the Eighth Saturday of the fifteen week Rosary Crusade first introduced by His Excellency Bishop Robert McKenna a few years ago. Just as the Jews cried out in pride to patronize Pilate "We have no king but Caesar," so also we, who are true sons of God, must, in all humility, state unequivocally: "We have no King but Jesus." Where He is mocked, we offer humble prayer of reparation and expiation for these terrible sins against the Incarnate Word so cruelly tortured and disfigured. The Third Sorrowful Mystery

We urge you to click the Rosary banner below for the Eighth Saturday in the 15-week Rosary Crusade organized by Bishop Robert McKenna, O.P. with the focus on working on love of contempt for the Third Sorrowful Mystery - The Crowning with Thorns

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. For the Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost Father Leo Haydock brings out the importance of the Good Samaritan parable for it is, as the Fathers and early Doctors of the Church all agree, an allegory of the New Covenant. The victim in dire help is Adam, his posterity is Jerusalem. The man, by heading for Jericho is seeking the world, the flesh and the devil, is accommodated by the demons personified in the robbers, who take grace from him by beating him as he succumbs to sin. Those who pass by him without helping represent the old Law, while the Samaritan is Christ Who represents the New Law. His beast of burden signifies our Lord's humanity and the inn He brings the man to represents the only Church He founded. The wine for the man is the Blood of Christ, the oil is His mercy. The host of the inn represents St. Peter and his succession of true Popes and Hierarchy. The charge to go and do in like manner

Saint Bernard of Clairvaux was a truly dedicated man who turned his back on the world and took over 30 men with him to devote their lives to God. He built monasteries throughout western Europe and was the confidante of popes and kings, beggars and paupers. He was the main man in preaching the purpose of the Crusade to recover the holy land where Our Lord and Savior walked. Bernard traversed the continent stirring men through prayer and reason, never compromising the Truths and Traditions. He was responsible for the revival of the Cistercian Order. This holy and mystic Abbot from France composed one of the most beautiful prayers ever created the Memorare out of thorough devotion to Our Lady . He was devoted heart and soul to his Crucified Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. The holy Abbot of Clairvaux received many visions and messages through private revelation, one of which was his zeal to help the suffering Christ so that he offered to help Him bear the terrible suffering of the cross. Christ comforted Bernard and inspired him to ...More

In continuing this primer on the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass we focus here on the sacrificial aspect. Contrary to the Vatican Two Modernists, the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is not the Lutheran-oriented "Eucharistic Celebration" that passes today as the wretched Novus Ordo. Therefore we have a duty as true Catholics to reject that "abomination of desolation" and return to the true Traditional Latin Mass. It is the canonical Apostolic Mass of all time and will always and ever be considered the true Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Sadly, that is something the progressive Hegelians refuse to recognize, having gone out of their way to strip their version of any sacrificial nature in the New "Mass." In truth, it was all done to please Protestants while greatly angering God because man dared to believe he had a better idea than the Divine. What was that Pope St. Pius V wrote in his infallible decree Quo Primum? Oh, yes, anyone who dares to alter what was set in stone and is to be said in perpetuity "will incur the wrath of Almighty God and of the blessed Apostles Peter and Paul." The Sacrificial Aspect of the True Mass

When the venerable renowned Benedictine Abbot Dom Prosper Gueranger wrote The Liturgical Year there was no feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary for it was still considered merely the Octave Day of the Assumption, yet what he wrote for this day applies so well to the feast day established for the universal Church by His Holiness Pope Pius XII during the Second World War in 1942. Needless to say, in his heart the Prior of Solesmes Abbe Gueranger knew of the devotion to Mary's Most Pure Heart for His Holiness Pope Pius VI had already approved the feast for certain religious houses, most probably the Benedictines as well at that time in the early nineteenth century and he began his masterful work L'Annee Liturgique - The Liturgical Year in the mid-1800's. It is interesting to note that there is a movement afoot to beatify Gueranger. All fine and good when we finally have a true Catholic Pope again - only through God's providence - but be assured such a move by the Modernists of Vatican II will not happen because to do so would be admitting by Dom Prosper's body of work that Vatican II and all that has followed is total heresy. For the renowned Abbot's words, see The Spotless Virgin Queen of Heaven

In Chapter Four of Book Four we read of God's words to the bride about two spirits, good and bad; and about the remarkable and useful struggle in the mind of a certain lady arising from the inspirations of the good spirit and from the temptations of the evil spirit; and about what choice should be made in these matters. It tells us much about developing a mindset of realizing how fleeting the temporal pleasures are compared to the everlasting treasure of Heaven. Anything worth achieving is never going to be easy, though that is the direction the bad spirit leads one's thinking to take the easiest and fastest way. The fact is that only by being humble and thinking of the end in itself can one realize the right means to utilize while understanding that pride can be so devious in creeping in if we do not curb our appetites and learn to never take God for granted. Tempering Temptation

In this fourth week of August we celebrate four French saints, St. John Eudes on Sunday, St. Bernard of Clairvaux on Monday, St. Jane de Chantal on Tuesday, and on Saturday the holy monarch St. Louis IX. Ah, God's beloved France. Whatever happened to her? Charlemagne would not recognize her nor would any of her holy saints for the first daughter of the Church is today a withering harlot who has abandoned her virtues and values in pursuing the fleeting pleasures of the world, the flesh and the devil. One reason is because the Church she so trusted also was promiscuous with her dogmas and doctrines, daring to to dabble in the dark arts of paganism and protestantism; laying low the Latin liturgy, savaging the Sacraments, and having the hubris to hand out Hegelianism as hard-hearted hegemony. Who gave them permission to alter what was divinely ordained and stage a revolution against Christ's Church? Certainly not Jesus. Ergo, it had to be His adversary. No wonder the Communion of Saints feel such woe since the Church Militant, for the most part, have come up far short of salvation. But there is a simple solution Bill Metallo provides in order to turn things around and that begins with Our Lady who focused on France in the 19th Century for a reason at Rue du Bac, La Salette and Lourdes, and then her neighbor Portugal. Her rally cry: The Rosary is The Resolution to the Revolution

John Gregory continues his meditation on the Sorrowful Mysteries with the ninth of the fifteen mysteries. The time continuum between the Praetorium where the Jews screeched 'Crucify Him!', and the moment He arrived at the summit of Calvary could well have taken thirty minutes to an hour and a half. In this time, we have in the Via Crucis, several lessons we can garner from this interval, including His reunion with His Sorrowful Mother, the aid of Simon of Cyrene, the gentle charity of Veronica, the weeping of the women of Jerusalem, and three cruel falls along the way; each more crushing and exhausting. Despite all this, the question arises: do we have the spiritual stamina to keep up with Him? John lays it out in The Fourth Sorrowful Mystery: The Carrying of the Cross

We urge you to click the Rosary banner below for the Ninth Saturday in the 15-week Rosary Crusade organized by Bishop Robert McKenna, O.P. to do our part for the salvation of souls by bringing souls to the true Catholic Faith and Sacraments, for the welfare of our country, and for our own special intentions as we all strive for holiness in our role as members of the Church Militant. On this Ninth Saturday of the Fifteen Week Rosary Crusade, we focus on the Fourth Sorrowful Mystery with the focus on Love of the Cross.

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. For the Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost Father George Leo Haydock continues with the Samaritan, this time in respect to the ten lepers and the only one to return and give thanks for his healing by the miracle of Jesus Christ is a Samaritan. Christ exhibits surprise that this Samaritan is the only one left, but the Son of God knewe and it was another manifestation that He had come for all, not just the Jews. He conveys this by assuring this man that the faith he had is what healed him, made him whole. The Faith of the Samaritan

In Chapter Five of Book Four St. Bridget receives heavenly visits from two saints who helped fashion the structure of the Church, St. Peter and St. Paul. In this chapter it is Peter who speaks first and the first Vicar of Christ tells her how he desired the salvation of peoples and what he did when he denied Our Lord thrice. He could have given up like Judas, but through the grace of God he repented and ran to the Divine, realizing his nothingness. In doing so, he also realized nothing compares to love of God. This is something he addresses to soothe St. Bridget on the situation in Rome during her time, and foretells of great miracles yet to be fulfilled in the city of Rome. This could very well give us encouragement in our time as well that Modernist Rome's snakes will turn into lambs and a true Pope will again reign in Rome sometime in the future. When? Only in God's time will we know. The Sweetness of Bittersweet

Saint Augustine, whom we celebrate on August 28 is one of the greatest Doctors of the Church, one of the greatest single intellects ever. Like the Apostle Saint Paul, he began as a notorious sinner, embracing heresy after heresy, but when grace finally touched him through the prayer and reparation of others, this Saul turned into a Paul and his cries for truth were mostly heard and responded to in Heaven by the relentless efforts and graces of his loving, persevering mother Saint Monica and his mentor, the Bishop of Milan, the holy Doctor of the Church Saint Ambrose, who is credited with the conversion of this man from Hippo. Sadly today neither Augustine, his mother Monica or Ambrose or all the saints who passed through this veil of tears over the centuries, would recognize the counterfeit church of conciliarism as Catholic. They would have denounced from the beginning the aggiornamento and "new springtime" as heretical and extremely harmful to souls. See Doctor of Grace

John Gregory completes his three part series on 1 Corinthians 3 with commentary on verses 16 through 23 in which we see the warning St. Paul issued to those who would deceive and lead astray anyone from the Faith established by Jesus Christ - His One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Those who lead or are led away may think they are wise to the world in its ways, but in truth are fools. St. Paul urges these fools to become wise for otherwise they will be trapped in their own craftiness as we can clearly see what is happening today in the counterfeit church of conciliarism after fifty years of folly thanks to Vatican II in which man replaced God through Roncalli's aggiornamento agenda that opened a huge fizzure in the Church, allowing satan to rule the roost and making Purgatory for those compromising with the world all that much harder to attain, let alone making it to Heaven. Most importantly we see that if any man violates the temple of God, God will destroy him. Here Paul refers to both the Church and the body and soul, both of which have been violated grievously through apostasy and abortion, not to mention a disregard for God's Laws and Love. Purgatory - God's Justice and Mercy Part Three

Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey follows up on St. Paul's words highlighted in yesterday's commentary provided by John Gregory. On this date, we bring you Tom's republished piece on St. Rose of Lima and how throughout biblical history and world history, those who subscribed to the world, the flesh and the devil ended in ruin while those considered fools ended up wise by following God's word and heeding His counsel via His prophets and saints. Tom illustrates the virtues exemplified by St. Rose of Lima and points out how dry martyrdom in standing against the modern false prophets and remaining loyal to the true and only Church Christ founded is the only way to Heaven, which can only be attained by way of the Cross. There is no other path and if we choose to think we can make it without suffering and sacrifice we'll realize how foolish we really are for indeed, it all comes down to The Difference Between Heaven and Hell

Through the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass the union of man with God is perfectly reached for through it Jesus Himself accomplishes this for man and only through the perpetuity of this Holy Sacrifice can the union continue for Christ is not only he Victim but also the Priest Who offers Himself as a sacrifice to His eternal Father, not for Him, but for us as He re-presents His oblation on the Cross to merit for us who worthily assist at the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass the rewards of eternal life. That is why the Crucifix is such a reminder of the Holy Sacrifice and why Protestants opt for a plain cross as do many conciliar churches today or, in a compromise with the world, choose to avoid any sacrificial suffering by placing the resurrected Christ on the Cross failing to realize Our Lord's charge to take up our cross and follow Him daily and to strengthen us in our resolve to provide for us the means to obtaining graces through the perpetuation of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass - the Canonical Apostolic Traditional Latin Mass. Without it, there is no sacrifice, few graces. With and through the Holy Sacrifice the graces and miracles are limitless as we see in Step 45 as we continue on the Most Blessed Sacrament of the Altar with The Graces and Values of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass

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