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"Qui legit, intelligat"
For Father Louis Campbell's sermon for All Saints Day, we reach back to 2003 where he pointed out that our whole purpose on this earth is to join the saints in Heaven. When someone asks 'how many saints are in Heaven?' the answer is: 'ALL of them', for only the purest gain admittance to the presence of the Beatific Vision. But if you did not know Catholic teaching, you could easily get swept up in the heresy that very few don't go to Heaven thanks to the conciliarist concept of universal salvation and other widespread heresies that are not even perceived as such. The reason for this dumbing down of the flock is because of the lie that is being spread by modern society today, thanks to the intrusion of the wolves, ravenous ones at that, into the structure of the Church. It is one reason there are so few saints today. Those who strive to be saints will not condemn these people, but pray they will wake up just as a hardened criminal did because of the persevering prayers of the Little Flower as Father illustrated in his sermon. The Hope laid up for us in Heaven
"Qui legit, intelligat"
For the Solemnity of Christ the King we go back four years to Father Louis Campbell's sermon for the last Sunday in October celebrating - Vivat Christus Rex - the Feast of the Sovereignty of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Supreme King. The feast was set as the last Sunday in October by Pope Pius XI's encyclical Quas Primas In the following sermon, Father reminds us what Pius said that there can be no peace until we have sought with our whole mind, our whole body, our whole soul the Social Kingship of Jesus Christ in all nations. There is no peace because there are no more Catholic States. The modern state has taken over as Atila Sinke Guimar„es confirmed in his article in how Catholic Doctrine undeniably opposes the Modern State. There must be a Catholic State, but, as Father Louis pointed out, since the death of Pope Pius XII this "Glory of God" has been ignored in favor of the glory of man. He explained in his sermon Christ the King! Now and Forever!
Echoes of True Catholicism
For All Hallow's Eve we bring you a "Gem from the Past" with a 2004 article by Dr. Marian Therese Horvat who gets to the point of how Catholicism has been so undermined by secular interests and Halloween is now fully the devil's holiday and so many willingly are marching to satan's beat right into hell for the pagan practices, yeah, demonic practices are widely accepted today and grilled into the children's psyches as good. Marian traces this pagan phenomenology and shows how the only barrier to total paganism, total domination by the devil are the Traditional forces willing to valiantly fight the demons against all odds. The trick is they have on their side the greatest weapon - God. That is the Treat that will eventually subdue the evil spirits and free the faithful from the bonds of lucifer. That is the goal of those who have resisted the onslaught of paganism and the diabolic influence. She explains in her timely column Halloween: A Return to Paganism
All Hallows Eve has been transformed over the years from a proper preparation for the Solemnity of All Saints to a secular day of sin for it has become a satanic holiday when the demons are directly or indirectly called forth. It's another reason those in the state of grace, wishing to stay in the glow of God's grace and blessings, are wise to remain home and pray. Yet, there is nothing like some clean fun with the proper focus to tickle the funny bone and thus we bring you an All Hallows Treat with some laugh-out loud malaprops that have actually appeared in church bulletins be they traditional, Novus Ordo or Protestant. No matter one's creed, laughter is a universal language and in humor we can be "ecumenical" without fear of compromising the true Faith. So sit back and enjoy these magnificent malaprops sent to us by Joseph Saraceno. Enjoy Saints, Sinners, and Malaprops!
"Qui legit, intelligat"
For Father Louis Campbell's sermon for the Twentieth Sunday After Pentecost, we bring you his poignant words from last year in which he pinpointed some of the cracks in the apostate wall where the serpent slithered through as he highlighted the Apostle Paul's Epistle in today's Mass to the Ephesians in which he warns the faithful to walk carefully and wisely for the days are evil and one must live in honesty and grace, giving all to Our Lord Jesus Christ in order to survive these evil times. And indeed, as Father revealed the subterfuge that created the monster Nostra Aetate, the Zionist conspiracy has only grown stronger over the fated 40 years it has been allowed to fester its heretical tenets where today Jesus Christ is downplayed by the conciliarists in order to placate man. The heck with the Redeemer and Messiah of the world. We can't offend the Jews! In the midst of all the hypocritical, hollow celebrating of the 40th anniversary last year of the dastardly Vatican II document Nostra Aetate, which senselessly submitted to a wretched miniscule minority of stubborn perfidious Zionists who continue to reject Christ as the only way to Heaven, those very shepherds who should be Catholic, and wise, and who should be Successors of the Apostles, are not! For they have betrayed not only Christ but their flocks and will be held in account and be treaded upon for they have betrayed the Triune Divinity. Father explained in his sermon. The Struggle for the Catholic Church
Hot Issues
While we await a transcript of the Debate between John Lane arguing for the fact that the Chair of Peter is vacant due to the heresies of the conciliar popes and Dr. Robert Sungenis, the Novus Ordo afficianado who argued that the conciliar popes were still valid, we wanted to bring you a few observations of what occurred on Monday, October 16 in Spokane, Washington. The hot and heavy debate, moderated by Tom Droleskey as ringkeeper, if you will, begged for a rematch and Round 4. For now we provide some observations from Round 3 by Myrna Migala, whose daughter Jennifer Migala has graciously offered to transcribe the debate and which will soon be available to readers and to all conference attendees as well as the principals involved in the debate. The editor's own preliminary comments follow as well after Myrna's cogent observations in Observations on the Debate on Sedevacantism
"Qui legit, intelligat"
We present Father Louis Campbell's sermon for the Nineteenth Sunday After Pentecost from 2004 in which he encouraged us to heed the words of St. Paul for we will be examined spiritually and will have to account for that which we are culpable for, just as Karol Wojtyla discovered upon his death in April the following year. That is why Father reminded us that Christ's Church is built upon the solid foundation of the rock, but those who try to construct the Sacred Deposit of the Faith upon the shifting, worldly sands of modernism and ecumenism are destined to fail. Thus the direction Modern Rome has taken is directly contrary to the firm footing of Eternal Rome and the reader must decide which footing he wants to be planted on - the rock of the Church of Peter and Paul through Pius XII, or the loose sands of the conciliar church now headed by Joseph Ratzinger. One way we can better make this choice is by heeding all Our Lord conveyed and abiding by the Truths and Traditions faithfully handed down. To do this we must garb ourselves in grace, for as Jesus says in today's Gospel, "Many are called, but few are chosen." Wouldn't it be a shame if you were not chosen? Begin now by Putting on the New Man
"Qui legit, intelligat"
In Father Louis Campbell's sermon for the Eighteenth Sunday After Pentecost, he presents his last sermon that he will be sending for his health is failing him due to the stress that has taken its toll. It is part and parcel of these dire times because there are so few traditional, loyal priests such as Father Campbell left. Please keep him in your prayers for several of our traditional priests have died off over the last few years, and, though we have many young ones who are doing such an excellent job, there are so few in the vineyard to meet the needs of the growing numbers of Catholics returning to tradition. The reason is that more and more of the laity recognize the conciliar church is not Catholic, and therefore seek to return to their Catholic roots. Why is it so few Novus Ordo 'priests' and 'bishops' don't recognize this? That is the million dollar question. Father Campbell is the perfect example of one ordained as a Novus Ordo priest many years ago who realized he could not truly be "a priest forever according to the Order of Melchisedech offered to Thee, a holy sacrifice, a spotless Victim" in the faux religion of the conciliar church. He returned and so can many others, if they are only honest with themselves, and would return if they had the guts to face the truth. The truth is most are so comfortable in their lukewarm zones that they do not have the fortitude to do what Father Campbell did. We pray they will gain the grace and resolve to leave the false conciliar church. They have every reason as Father points out in his sermon, citing the esteemed priest Reverend Doctor Nicholas Gihr from his masterpiece book The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass written in 1929. It should be a wake-up call to everyone wearing the roman collar of The Preeminence of the Traditional Mass

As all prepare for Round Three in the debate between those who propose that the conciliar popes are Catholic and those who state they cannot possibly be, His Excellency Bishop Richard Williamson launched the first volley with an interview by Stephen Heiner, the latter being the same chap who got Bishop Tissier de Mallerais to trip all over his words in stating the obvious, and yet, just as Bishop Mallerais would not cross the Society line in calling one who spouts heresy a heretic, so also Bishop Williamson has been caught on his own petard as Father Anthony Cekada documents in his rebuttal to Bishop Williamson's remarks. Father contends how this illustrates the Bishop's mentevacantist thinking and that membership in the SSPX is not governed by Catholic thought but SSPXtra ideology wherein thinking for oneself in following unadulterated Catholic truth can also evolve just as Benedict XVI's own modernist theology does, but on opposite parallels that are still parallel and make no sense in light of Catholic Tradition, Divine Law and Canon Law. Father Cekada makes these points in proffering that the puppet governing of the SSPX mindset is sick in recognizing Benedict XVI's "sickness" as merely one who "suffers from theological attention deficit disorder" and nothing more, certainly not heresy, no matter how far he publicly deviates from Catholic truth. Haven't we had enough of this "sickness", this malady which has ravaged billions of souls over the past forty plus years? Father lays out his logic in revealing the Bishop's mentevacantist mindset in his article Bishop Williamson's Mentevacantist Error
Catholic PewPOINT
Editor Michael Cain takes a page from the popular comedic schtick of Jeff Foxworthy, famous for his "You might be a redneck, if..." routine. Cain has adapted a less humorous approach; in fact a most serious adaptation of Foxworthy's routine, entitled "You might be a lukewarm Laodician, if..." to point out how many fall into the category illustrated so vividly and starkly in Apocalypse 3: 16 when the Lord said exactly what He would do to the lukewarm, tepid souls who wallow so in apathy and forsake their responsibility to the Communion of Saints as members of the Church Militant. This is intended to tweak the senses so that with eyes you will see, and with ears you will hear and be fearless, confident in God's protection when one is in the State of Sanctifying Grace and obedient to the true holy Church He established and what was observed and passed on in the patrimony of the Deposit of the Faith from Saint Peter through Pope Pius XII. Are you earless or fearless?
"Qui legit, intelligat"
In Father Louis Campbell's sermon for the Seventeenth Sunday After Pentecost, he emphasizes the power of prayer which is our antidote to the world, the flesh and the devil. It is a command that Christ asks for prayer is communication with God, an affection toward God for He so loved us that He gave His only begotten-Son that we might have life - everlasting life - and have it more abundantly. In today's Gospel our Lord clarifies so succinctly the law of the New Testament with the love of God first and the love of neighbor second, out of love for God. There are no humanistic tendencies in the bible, but divine love for the human, created in God's image and likeness. And yet, as St. Peter says, the devil goes about like a roaring lion seeking whom he might devour and, sadly, as Father illustrates, having a feast on clueless souls who are so ravaged by the cacophony of chaos today that they reject prayer as useless and superstitious. They follow another spirit, not the one St. Paul speaks of in today's Epistle to the Ephesians that is the perfect formula for prayer. And it is a simple prayer that is so powerful as the saints have illustrated and as history has proven, that it pierces the celestial castle in calling on the ramparts of the Church Triumphant to assist the flanks of the Church Militant. Such is an example of "How Great is the Power of Prayer"
The Straight Stuff
Many are getting all lathered up over any sedevacantist daring to speak out against the clear unCatholicity of the current Grand Master of the conciliar church and his potentates while non-sedes have to be tripping all over themselves, bogged down trying to defend the indefensible in the actions and speech of Benedict and his 'Boys of the Lodge.' Griff Ruby addresses what is titled: "Ten items that Sedevancantists can't or won't talk about." Says who? Not Griff, for he tackles this very thing in his October column. He illustrates how there really is no question that cannot be answered. Yet often times, sincerity is masked when certain questions are asked with the purpose of trapping or intimidating one so they will not reply. Such are often intended not as sincere questions, but posed in the very same manner of questioning that Jesus faced with the Scribes and Pharisees - the Hypocrites of the Sanhedrin, whom our Lord castigated so vigorously with such vivid imagery in Matthew 23. Often times such questioning is one's way of throwing stones, and by posing the questions without a balanced response, are often intended to hurt or to pile up mortar to hide the asker's own ignorance or other ulterior motives. Griff takes on a little known 'Letters to the Editor' from a California physician posted in The Remnant a few months ago; placed there no doubt by the editorial staff as an intimidation factor that no one would dare answer and yet, as Griff shows, the questions are really not that difficult when answered through the truth of Faith. One wonders if The Remnant, in the interest of truth and fairness, would print Griff's 10 Simple Answers to 10 Easy Questions
Gabriel's Clarion
Gabriel Garnica reminds us of the treasure the Holy Catholic Church has provided in her traditional liturgy and how we can reap the dividends and the harvest of the fruits of the saints. It was built on the solid foundation of the Corner Stone - Jesus Christ - and fortified by the blood, sweat and tears sacrificed by countless martyrs as the seeds of the true Faith. Because the foundation is firm, this Church cannot be destroyed despite the conciliar church's best effort to tear it down. Gabriel focuses on this month's cornucopia of feasts and the edification of the saints commemorated to show us how the Church, through divine inspiration, gives us the blueprint for the solid foundation of what it takes to Rebuild His Church as Christ asked of one of this month's featured saints, St. Francis of Assisi. The saints and feasts this month all point to how we can go about being constructive builders for the Church Militant as Gabriel explains in his column this month Octoberfest of Feasts
Transition to Tradition
Denise M. Trias shares the plight of a Marist priest who ministered to the homeless as the Boston Waterfront Chaplain with his ministry Apostalatus Maris. But once he himself fell upon hard times with a stroke, he was soon left homeless by his unCatholic order who showed their true colors when push came to shove. When they discovered that a dedicated woman was willing to devote her life to helping Father return to health and would dare introduce him to what he had long ago lost - the Traditional Catholic Faith and the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass - they went ballistic and did everything they could to prove they were heartless, ruthless and law breakers by leaving him penniless and homeless, and banning Susan from assisting in anyway. But, as Denise explains, two ordinary souls relied on extraordinary grace to fight back beginning with reintroducing him to the Traditional Latin Mass and placing as much emphasis on the Spiritual Works of Mercy as the Corporal Works, a balance lost on the conciliar church today, especially in the corrupt archdiocese of Boston where that city's conciliar hierarchs and scandal are synonymous. Denise illustrates a heart-wrenching scenario that provides hope for the true faith to make a comeback in her piece Two Hearts of Self-Sacrifice
Faithful to Tradition
John Gregory completes all the approved Mysteries of the holy Rosary during this month dedicated to Mary's most holy Rosary. For the Fifth Glorious Mystery he appropriately brings us the second part of encyclical Munificentissimus Deus by His Holiness Pope Pius XII on November 1, 1950 in officially proclaiming the Dogma of the Assumption, as the Fathers, Doctors, Saints and Popes of Christ's holy Church have agreed on as the only conclusion of what happened to Our Lady - an everlasting reward. What greater glory can there be for a lifetime of devotion and uncompromising fiat to the divine will than to be recognized for all time that which the Blessed Mother accomplished and rewarded by being crowned by her divine Son and heavenly Father with the assistance of the Holy Ghost, her divine Spouse. It is a lesson for us that indeed there is a light at the end of this worldly tunnel, a light from the Beatific Vision attainable only by adhering willingly and lovingly to the will of Almighty God for she is the Woman of the Apocalypse, with a crown of twelve stars. John shares his meditation on the Fifth Glorious Mystery The Coronation of the Blessed Virgin Mary as Queen of Heaven and earth
Faithful to Tradition
John Gregory completes the last two Glorious Mysteries of the Holy Rosary in this month of Mary's holy Rosary with meditation on Pope Pius XII's Apostolic Letter in proclaiming the Dogma of the Assumption on November 1, 1950 with his encyclical Munificentissimus Deus. John takes this papal decree and divides it with the first part applying to the Fourth Mystery of the Rosary on the Assumption of Our Lady into Heaven. The belief of this dogmatic fact was long held by the Magisterium of the Church from the very time of the Blessed Mother being lifted up into Heaven, yet never fully proclaimed as a definitive Dogma until His Holiness Pius XII. in complete harmony with all the authentic bishops of the Church, decreed it. This inspiring papal decree is the compendium of an ideal meditation on the Fourth Glorious Mystery. In honor of this month, we present the other thirteen Mysteries in order of the Joyful, Sorrowful and Glorious below that John has shared over the past year. First he shares: The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary into Heaven
Faithful to Tradition
John Gregory began on December 9 with a series on the Joyful Mysteries leading up to Christmastide. Naturally he commenced with the wondrous Annunciation as John provides inspiring meditation that many might not have even considered as he equates the sinful selfishness of contraception and abortion today as the antithesis of Mary's fiat. God is not happy with those who deny not only a child a place in the inn, but snuff out the very life and soul of one of God's chosen ones. They have not tasted the wrath that will visit those who dare to play God, who dare to not serve, who dare to tempt Him or denigrate His Blessed Mother. That is why it is absolutely essential to have a healthy, renewed perspective of Mary's role in salvation and how, through the Annunciation, only by cooperating with her fiat can we enhance our chance of gaining Heaven. John shares his thoughts with the reader in his meditation of the beautiful words in Luke 1 announcing to the Virgin Mary her chosen mission for mankind in The First Joyful Mystery: The Annunciation.
Faithful to Tradition
John Gregory continues his series on the Joyful Mysteries leading up to Christmastide. Today he delves into the Visitation and the magnificence of not only the Babe in Mary's womb, but the one in Elizabeth's womb - the one who leapt with joy: St. John the Baptist. John points out the purity of this moment and how the devil mocks it by enslaving man to abortion and rape. John then relates how scripturally Mary's visitation corresponds with David the Prophet, from whose House of lineage Jesus would come. John lays out the correlating verses of scripture from 2 Kings 6 and Luke 1, then, in the fashion of wrapping a package for the Christ Child for His Birthday, John ties it all in a beautiful bow as God intended by showing the correlation of the first book of the Old Testament (Genesis 3) with the last book of the New Testament (Apocalypse 12). He illustrates the role of the man, the woman, the serpent and the angel in salvation history with the man child Jesus Christ - the New Adam, the woman as the Blessed Virgin Mary - the New Eve, the serpent as the dragon which is the devil and the angel which is both Gabriel and Michael. For John's fascinating meditation, see The Second Joyful Mystery: The Visitation.
Faithful to Tradition
John Gregory continues his series on the Joyful Mysteries leading up to Christmastide. Today he arrives at the great Mystery of Christ's incarnation - the Nativity of the promised Messiah. John provides insight from various reliable sources to enhance the meditation on the Third Joyful Mystery and better prepare ourselves for the Holy Night while giving all a greater appreciation of Mary's role in salvation and how, through the Nativity of her Divine Son, and in cooperation with the chosen Joseph, She cooperated with God's call to bear all things in love, silence and obedience to God in all things for His greater honor and glory. For John's inspiring meditation, see The Third Joyful Mystery: The Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ.
Faithful To Tradition
John Gregory continues his comprehensive meditation on the Joyful Mysteries of the Holy Rosary presenting today, on this Feast of both the Presentation of the Child Jesus and the Purification of His Blessed Mother in the Temple, that marvelous mystery of obedience and submission to the law in total humility. John illustrates 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, 40 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: The Presentation
Faithful To Tradition
John Gregory completes his comprehensive meditation on the Joyful Mysteries of the Holy Rosary today on the Finding of the Child Jesus in the Temple. It is the last time we hear anything from Jesus or Mary until His public life. That is 18 years of silence of the Holy Family's private life. In this mystery John illustrate how the passage of Luke 2: 42-52 gives us a hint of what Mary might have "pondered in her heart" during all that time in Nazareth. He also provides insight to a mother's heart and the volumes told in the first words by our Lord recorded in Sacred Scripture that laid the groundwork for what He was about to do: His Father's business. John shares meditative thoughts on this interesting Mystery in The Fifth Joyful Mystery: The Finding of the Child Jesus in the Temple
Faithful To Tradition
John Gregory begins his comprehensive meditation on the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Holy Rosary today. Thus it begins at the Mount of Olivet - 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? Thoughts to meditate on as John begins the Sorrowful Mysteries in Lent. The First Sorrowful Mystery: The Agony in the Garden
Faithful To Tradition
John Gregory continues his comprehensive meditation on the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Holy Rosary today. Christ has been captured in the dark of the night and still under cover of darkness and deceit, the Sanhedrin plot against the Son of Man. John cites the passages that affirm this and ties in prophesies from the Old Testament Prophets who foretold the very scourging and humiliation that Christ would be subjected to, all for our sins. Yes, it was our sins which lashed His precious flesh and continues today to lacerate anew our Lord's Most Sacred Heart as well as the Immaculate and Sorrowful Heart of Mary when we offend God so by our sins, revealing ourselves not as those who would weep and pray for and with Him, but His very executioners. That is a sobering thought which few today are sober enough in the Faith to grasp. John shares his thoughts to meditate on for in the Second Sorrowful Mystery during Lent. The Scourging at the Pillar
Faithful to Tradition
John Gregory continues his comprehensive meditation on the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Holy Rosary today. Christ, the Lamb of God, is brought before Pilate seemingly beaten and having been subjected to ridicule and mockery with the cruel crown of thorns. At any time He could have ripped that piercing tiara from His head and struck down His persecutors and emerged in man's eyes victorious over the Romans and Jews, but He was the God-Man, come to redeem us through love, not hate; exhibited with holy Humility, not pride. 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. John shares his thoughts to meditate on for the Third Sorrowful Mystery during Lent. The Crowning of Thorns
Faithful to Tradition
John Gregory continues his comprehensive meditation on the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Holy Rosary today. Scourged, berated, whipped, crowned with thorns, mocked, and blasphemed, Christ, the Lamb of God, has accepted the heavy wood. 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 shares his thoughts and Scriptural passages in meditating on the Fourth Sorrowful Mystery during this Passiontide. The Carrying of the Cross
Faithful To Tradition
John Gregory presents appropriately the final Sorrowful Mystery today. We have arrived at Calvary. Three hours remain. From the sixth hour to the ninth hour Jesus Christ, the King of kings, the Lord and Savior, Redeemer and Messias, hung in abject humility upon a tree, mocked and derided as the few faithful stood near. After three hours they would all know that this man was the Son of God. Many would not admit it. Pride would not let them. But for those who were sincere, such as the good thief and the centurion; they had to be honest with themselves. So also we must be honest with ourselves as we stand with His Blessed Mother, the beloved disciple, and Mary Magdalene. For this is the moment of truth. John shares his meditation in The Crucifixion and Death of Our Lord Jesus Christ
Faithful to Tradition
With the Joyful and Sorrowful Mysteries completed, John Gregory begins the Glorious Mysteries of the Holy Rosary corresponding with this time of Paschaltide. For the First Glorious Mystery, the best meditation to inspire on the Resurrection of Our Lord and what followed up to His Ascension can be gleaned from Sacred Scripture and the holy Gospels of the Four Evangelists. What is remarkable is how the four accounts so readily strengthen each other. John takes the Gospels from the Resurrection and the aftermath of Christ's activity and we can see all He imparted capsulized in His messages, "Blessed are they who have not seen and believe," "Feed My sheep," and "Follow Me" as well as His charge to go out into the world and convert, not compromise, every creature. Those who believe and are baptized into the Church He founded and are obedient to all He taught and handed down, will be saved, those who think they have a better idea are in for a big surprise and it won't be Heaven. John chronicles the time from tomb to the eve of the Ascension with The Resurrection
Faithful to Tradition
John Gregory continues with the Glorious Mysteries of the Holy Rosary corresponding with this time of Paschaltide. For the Second Glorious Mystery he appropriately brings us the meditation on the Ascension today as he utilizes Sacred Scripture to illustrate the mystery of the Ascension as well as resources from A Tour of the Summa on St. Thomas Aquinas and the Catechism of Trent. Our Lord has gone to prepare a place for us, and thus the effects of the Ascension remain an on-going mystery for Christ continues to prepare for us at the Father's right hand and in that wondrous news is extended the greatest hope to all for where Christ has gone He waits for us to follow in a place of everlasting happiness for those who are obedient to His teachings and cooperate with the divine Will. Just as Jesus left instructions for His Apostles, He has left us inerrant instructions that, if we follow fully, will assure us of being with Him forever. John shares his meditation on The Ascension
Faithful to Tradition
John Gregory continues with the Glorious Mysteries of the Holy Rosary corresponding with this time of Paschaltide. For the Third Glorious Mystery he appropriately brings us the meditation on the Descent of the Holy Ghost upon the Apostles and the Blessed Virgin Mary as he once again utilizes Sacred Scripture to illustrate the wondrous events of Pentecost as the Birthday of the Church with the inerrant account of Saint Luke the Evangelist in the Acts of the Apostles. Just as Christ promised, He has sent His "Spirit of Truth." The Holy Ghost came with a rush of grace and inspiration, transforming the formerly apprehensive Apostles into men of virtuous courage who were now ready to fully take up the command Christ had given them. The charism of the Church was born that day and the Faith spread rapidly with three thousand on the first day. A glorious day it was! John shares his meditation on the Third Glorious Mystery The Descent of the Holy Ghost upon the Apostles and the Blessed Virgin Mary
The Sanity of Sanctity
In this month of the Most Holy Rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary, we provide a little extra devotional prayer to add to your daily Rosary. What we provide is a litany to all of the saints whose feast days are celebrated and honored by holy Mother Church throughout this month If you add this short litany to your daily Rosary, you will have the benefit of invoking the prayers of some of these lesser-known saints for October; saints who play an important role in the Communion of Saints, providing to the Church Militant inspiration and emulation of virtue from those in the Church Triumphant. We look to these saints for intercession and call upon them for specialization in many areas of virtue and protection. Litany of October Saints

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