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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 Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost we first see St. Paul's epistle to the Galatians in which he affirms that no one can fool God, man yes, but not God. He will not be mocked. This is exactly what is happening today and yet so many still want signs, the kind Our Lord works in St. Luke 7 in raising the dead son, healing the blind and deaf and still, the very multitudes who clamored for more, mocked God by being the same who abandoned Him at the hour of His Passion. Oh, man is a fickle lot and it does have consequences as to his actions. God is Not Mocked

Pope Saint Pius X, holy 257th successor of Peter, is often referred to as the "Pope of the Holy Eucharist" for it was this very saintly Pontiff who decreed that all children over the age of seven would be eligible to receive Our Lord in Holy Communion. Besides advocating frequent reception of the Eucharist, he called for a codification of Canon Law and founded the Biblical Institute of Rome. He also pressed for more Gregorian chant in Church liturgy as opposed to the growing influx of concert-style liturgical music. In addition, he called for a more adequate translation of the Latin Vulgate Bible and issued a Catechism that all Catholic faithful could relate to and ...More on Pope St. Piux X

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Griff Ruby filed his fourth installment of his series "Accepting Responsibility" four years ago in asking when will the Mystical Body of Christ stand up like a man. It is high time our true Shepherds gather together and grab the nets to work in unison for reuniting the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Through the past four plus decades the fishing prospects have not been good. Why do you think that is? Because while fish swim in schools, those who aim to land a considerable catch through conversion are not going to school on what Christ taught His Apostles. Instead each traditional Bishop drops his line in one area and expects to catch a few, but has no intention to call on his peers to work together as one to gather a large haul for Heaven. Either they are jealous of their fellow Bishops or fear they'll be isolated and ridiculed and so they do little if anything to foster the Faith outside of their own concentric pool. What do they fear? The conciliar newchurch? Please, they're not even Catholic? Do they fear reprisal from the community where they reside? If so, then they shouldn't be Fishers of Men. What they really fear is that they would go off the deep end because they are of a mindset that they don't have the authority to come together and reinstate a true Pope. Ah, but if all arguments to that obstacle are refuted, then what is their excuse? They have none! Therefore, it's time, Your Excellencies, to pull together in fulfilling your duty to cast forth thy nets. Griff lays it out in To Be Trusted, True Fishers of Men Must Trust

Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey wrote this four years ago for the 50 year anniversary of the opening of the demonic Second Vatican Council that wrought the Great Apostasy, we will begin bringing you articles that deal with that such as Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey's piece exactly one year ago in which Tom correctly foretold what the antipope, who many consider one of many antichrists in our day, would do to further separate any notion of Catholicity from the fabric of the false church of Vatican II. This year Ratzinger celebrated his 61st year as a true priest and, though he is not a true bishop and definitely not a true pope, he is a priest forever according to the Order of Melchisedech, but no longer are his works valid or licit since he long ago apostasized and to follow him knowing this would be to fall into mortal sin. Tom documents the total surrender in his piece from September 5, 2011 on Ratzinger's Follies of Apostasy As the Conciliar Follies Resume

John Gregory has covered Heaven with the treatise and commentary on the Gospel of St. Matthew, chapter 5 through 7 and on Purgatory with St. Paul's First Epistle to the Corinthians, chapter 3 and now there is one other destination that is important to consider, if out of fear itself for one's immortal soul and that is hell. This nether region is what Jesus focuses on in the Gospel as we return to St. Matthew and chapter 25 with the first twelve verses that sets the stage for what Our Lord is conveying in waking the people to the reality of damnation beginning with the parable of the five wise virgins and the five foolish, the latter of which were not ready when the Bridegroom, Who is Christ, came. We do not know the hour and therefore must assure our souls are in the state of Sanctifying Grace or we could suffer eternal damnation as St. Thomas treats the possibilities of the damned souls in Part One of The Hell There Is Part One

Thanks to Traditional Catholic Sermons we are able to bring you an 18-minute sermon given twelve years ago by Father Benedict Hughes, CMRI, Rector of St. Joseph Seminary at the City of Mary in Rathdrum, Idaho. Father speaks of the divine plan of the lineage of Mary and Joseph in begetting Jesus Christ through the miraculous impregnation of her divine Spouse the Holy Ghost. Father mentions four other women in the scriptures in the ancestry of the House of David and he then explains each of these and their failings for God created only one immaculately, free of original sin. With each woman the evangelist mentions those who had problems. Father explains this in that we should have no fear of the warts in the history of the Church for the Church has nothing to fear from the truth being known. None of those problems can ever effect the spotless Bride of Christ, for she is without sin. He points to the fact that the ancestors of Christ and His Mother would never taint the perfection of Christ. Nativity of Our Lady

When you think about it, the Nativity of the Son of God would not have been possible without a prior nativity. So many miss out on the significance of the birth of the Blessed Virgin Mary for she was conceived in her mother Saint Anne's womb as immaculate, without the stain of Original Sin. But then why wouldn't the Father prepare the most pure tabernacle for His only-begotten Son? Makes perfect sense that she would be the most perfect being possible. And if Christ honored His Mother with recognition of such respect and love, should any of God's children ever do less? We didn't think so. To put this in greater perspective we bring you a short essay composed a few years ago by the late Denise Michelle. In a tribute to this "Catholic Mom" and our Heavenly Mom we present The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary

We begin today the Seven Dolors of Our Sorrowful Mother leading to the feast which is the signature feast of this month's dedication. Each day we feature one of the Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary along with the Prayers for that Sorrow. We start with the First Dolor of Simeon's Prophecy. Mary took the infant Jesus to the temple, according to the law of Moses, presenting Him for the circumcision of all male Jews, as well as for her own purification according to the law, even though she was and remained always inviolate. While in the temple, Simeon approached the Holy Family. He beheld the infant and knew, through the Holy Ghost, that this was truly the fulfillment of God's covenant with His people. And he uttered the words of the Canticle of Simeon, which Holy Mother Church prays every night in Compline, "Now Thou dost dismiss Thy servant, O Lord, according to Thy word in peace; because my eyes have seen Thy salvation, " Then, after praising God for the Messiah, Simeon turns to Mary, so modest, so humble, and prophesies to her in these words, which must have started her deep contemplation of ...More on The Prophecy of Simeon

We continue today with the second of the Seven Dolors of Our Sorrowful Mother with terrifying Flight into Egypt. Think about it and how Joseph's trust is such an understatement here. Flee into a totally pagan country? To the very land out of which Almighty God had brought the nation of Israel after a long captivity? But Mary did not complain. She did not grump. She did not ask Joseph if he was sure it was an angel that had told him to flee. Mary trusted totally in God, and knew God worked in her husband in this manner. She respected the hierarchical structure of the family as God so deigned. Together they fled to Egypt confident God would protect them, not knowing how long they would be there in this foreign land which must have seemed endless months, until the angel once again came to Joseph and told him it was now safe to return to Nazareth, for Herod was dead. Joyous news to be sure, but news that meant ...More on The Flight into Egypt

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 Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost we have first St. Paul's epistle to the Ephesians in which he expands on a measure that cannot be measured, the breadth and width and length and depth of Christ's Love, true Charity for man. In the Gospel recorded by St. Luke, Our Lord provides the parable of the wedding feast to show that whomever exalts himself shall be humbled and he who humbles himself before God, shall be exalted. The Last shall be First for the Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost The Last Shall Be First

When Jesus was twelve, they journeyed to Jerusalem to have Jesus presented in the Temple again. But this was also another sorrow for our Blessed Mother. We cannot conceive of the most tender love, pure love, which Mary possessed in her heart for Jesus, the Son of God. Her pure heart sought only the Will of God, so Her consternation must have been great when she realized, with Joseph, that young Jesus was not in the caravan which was returning to Nazareth. With what haste must they have turned around, frantically returning to Jerusalem. It would be comparable for someone from a tiny rural town today to have their child lost in the midst of a city like Lost Angeles, Chicago, or New York, to name a few metropolises. Where do you look? To whom do you go? What do you say? They searched everywhere for Jesus, the Son of God, and couldn't find Him. Imagine what many of the people might have remarked. "How could you be so negligent as to lose your son? Serves you right for being neglectful. You'll probably never find him now. It's the way of life here in Jerusalem. He could have been ...More on The Search for the Child Jesus

On this 15th Anniversary of the tragic 9/11 events, we bring you three articles written a few days after the attack and before we realized the truth that the Chair of Peter was truly vacant and that the counterfeit church of conciliarism had helped spur the collapse of morals and morale:

On this feast of the Most Holy Name of Mary, it was her divine Son Who must have uttered her name through blood drenched lips, gasping for air and water for the fourth Dolor also coincides with the Fourth Station of the Cross as we transfer from Our Lord's childhood to His adult years and those things she pondered in her heart had to come gushing forth as she wept when she heard her divine Son had been arrested and, through the Sanhedrin's kangaroo court, so quickly condemned through the political manipulation of Caiphas and the spineless Pontius Pilate. Rather than hiding as the Apostles did, she faced His Passion with strength and stood there on the Via Dolorosa waiting for Him as the entourage of Roman soldiers and frenzied Jews surrounding this tortured Man Who lugged the heavy wood that would be His execution tree. As He trundled into her view on the rugged pebbled way, she knew that to fulfill Her role as Mother of God, Mediatrix of all Graces and Co-Redemptrix of the world, Mary, with a pure and tender heart that loved as Her Son loved, bravely but sorrowfully met her Divine Son on His way to Calvary. Never was this more brilliantly illustrated than ...More on The Meeting with Her Divine Son on the Via Dolorosa

The Fifth Sword that so pierced Mary's Immaculate Heart had to be the cruelest for there she stood on Calvary with Saint John and the other holy women, specifically Saint Mary Magdalen, at the foot of Her Son's rugged Cross, and waited with Him through three long hours of bitterest agony, while He slowly died of a broken heart over the many souls who would reject Him, and reject salvation. His physical agony was very real. His death was very real, but the pain both He and His Mother bore was was a very spiritual pain as well, for both knew that they must never waver in their absolute obedience to God's Will. Jesus gave us His Mother while He hung in bitterest agony on the Cross. He knew that we, weak and fallible, need a Mother's tender care to help us through the terrible sufferings of our exile here on earth. Mary is ever ready to help us to bear our crosses for love of her Divine Son. She is our intercessor before Christ Who cannot refuse His Own Mother. That is why she ...More on Standing at the Foot of the Cross at the Crucifixion

The crux of our faith rests on the Holy Cross for without Christ's ultimate sacrifice on the Cross there would be no Resurrection, no salvation. Thus we bring you the etimology of the word in a special feature to help the faithful focus on the message Holy Mother Church conveys in the liturgy of the Proper of the Holy Mass so the faithful can better understand the magnificent correlation of Sacred Scripture. It is also our hope that in choosing the Latin word with its meaning and derivative more will be attuned to hearing Latin read at the altar and better comprehend the beauty of the Mother tongue. No Triumph Without the Cross

The Sixth Sword that pierced Mary's heart is forever etched in the famed statuary The Pieta. Before capturing that moment, the Mother of God stood weeping at the foot of Her Son's Cross, and watched as He breathed forth His last agonizing breath, and gave up His soul to His Almighty Father. She watched as the soldier thrust a lance through His side, piercing His Most Sacred and Merciful Heart. She winced in physical pain for Her Son could no longer feel pain. He was dead. Thus the full physical pain mystically transferred to her who bore the brunt for the sake of souls around her and those to come in all future generations. She watched as the nails were pulled and yanked from His gnarled hands and brittle wrists, now smaller than her own, and His bloody, blackened and mud-caked feet. It must have seemed like an eternity as the lifeless body was lowered to the ground where Mary sat, waiting to cradle the ...More on Taking Christ down from the Cross and being laid in Mary's Arms

The Church commemorates by two Feasts the martyrdom suffered by Our Lady, one of two feasts devoted to this same devotion in union with the Passion of Her Divine Son Jesus and His Holy Cross. The First Feast, kept on Passion Friday before Palm Sunday especially commemorates "the Compassion of Mary;" while the second, kept today on September 15, the devotion to the Seven Sorrows. This feast commemorates the seven sorrows (Seven Dolors) of the Blessed Mother of God which are documented in Sacred Scripture beginning with the prophecy of Simeon (cf. Luke 2:34), the flight into Egypt (cf. Matthew 2:13), losing the child Jesus in Jerusalem (cf. Luke 2: 46), meeting her Divine Son on the way to Calvary, the Crucifixion, the Pieta, and laying Jesus in the Sepulchre (cf. Luke 23: 49-56). The VerbumQUO for the Feast of the Seven Dolors of the Blessed Virgin Mary is "Stabat Mater" meaning "The Mother stood" or "The Mother was standing" and is the well-known 13th century Gregorian Chant Hymn, taken from the Sequence Stabat Mater for the second of two feasts in the liturgical year for Our Lady of Sorrows; the September observance being the greater Double Feast of the Seven Sorrows with A Mother's Love that Knows No Bounds

The Seventh Sword that pierced Mary's heart was what she might have thought, in her own human nature, the last she would ever see of her beloved Son for Then came the moment that meant for the Mother of God a physical separation from Her Divine Son as His body was hastily, but reverently placed in the tomb, and with the help of the holy women and St. John, she returned to the House of the Last Supper, to wait and watch in prayerful supplication to the Father, for the moment of her Divine Son's Resurrection from the Dead. The apostles were dispersed, devastated by the events of that past week when their emotions ebbed and flowed and fear took over. Mary, alone, had to remain steadfast in her faith. She could not and would not waver in her faith even for a ...More on The Burial of her divine Son

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. The focus of the Commentary for the Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost is the virtue of love. St. Paul introduces this greatest of Christian virtues to the Ephesians, the very same command Our Lord announces to all. It catches the Pharisees off guard as they try to trick Him, but we all know you cannot fool God. You'll note, from that time on they didn't question Christ again until, of course, He had been arrested and thrust into a Kangaroo court, so to speak. At all times He edified the kind of love we must extend to all, including our enemy in praying for their eternal salvation. God's Love Conquers All God's Love Conquers All

Thanks to Traditional Catholic Sermons we are able to bring you a seven and a half minute sermon given ten years ago by Bishop Daniel Dolan on today's saints who were martyrs. He reminds us that in the third century the emperor was a pagan barbarian when Pope St. Cornelius was elected to the throne of Peter who was selected over a heretical priest. Cornelius corresponded with St. Cyprian who, as the Bishop of Carthage, was a pillar of Catholic truth. Both had to deal with apostasy, yes, this is not the first time the Church has been plunged into the fires of apostasy even though today is far worse and universal as in the Great Apostasy. Just as there are disagreements between traditional Catholics today, so also these saints argued as well. The bishop describes further their martyrdom as he shares in his sermon on Pope St. Cornelius and Cyprian, Martyrs

While many eschew the possibility of sedevacantism, none other than the respected founder of the Franciscans begs to differ from his prognostication given shortly before his death in the thirteenth century. Thus on this feast of the holy friar's being imprinted with the visible Stigmata of our Savior's wounds, we bring you the essence of what he said and the rational to look at the facts as they stand today and ask yourself if you still believe that those men who so many consider 'popes' during this time of the Great Apostasy were or are not Destroyers rather than true Pastors for true shepherds would obey Christ and not veer one iota from the holy Faith. Truly the saint of Assisi saw into the future through Heaven's permission and through discernment of the Scriptures to know that this time was coming. He may not have known when exactly, but now we have the advantage of knowing we are living in that very time and it is up to us the faithful to do something about it and pass on to others The Omens of St. Francis of Assisi for Our Times

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 Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost Father Haydock provides one of the keys to revealing Christ's divinity in knowing hearts and working miracles. Few miracles conveyed as much resentment from the Pharisees as His baiting their blackened souls for He knew their hearts and, in His healing the man because of the faith of those who had brought him forward, Jesus was manifesting that He, as the Son of God, had the power to forgive sins, a power He bestowed on the Apostles of the only Church He established in "And Jesus seeing their thoughts..."

On this Ember Friday we are repeating Bill Metallo's article on Our Lady of La Salette mainly because today is the 168th anniversary of the apparition of Our Lady of La Salette and, as Bill wrote, if we had only had been vigilant then we would have realized well before now the destruction already underway in the mid-nineteenth century. The Blessed Virgin warned us and yet we did not listen. Now we reap what we have sown. With what has happened just in the past few weeks and with the Argentinian who seems to have fulfilled Our Lady's prophesy that "Rome will lose the faith and become the seat of the Antichrist", we all need to wake the masses to warn of further catastrophe she so rightly foretold as an omen. We need to bring Vatican 2 Catholics back into the fold of the true Catholic Church; and to reveal the truth to Protestants and all false religions that, contrary to the apostate unFrancis, NO ONE existing outside the one, holy and apostolic Catholic Church can have a share in eternal life. Bill highlighted the Prophesies imparted one hundred and sixty-eight years ago today that show only too shockingly clear How the Faith will be Lost How The Faith Will Be Lost

Thanks to Traditional Catholic Sermons we are able to bring you an five and a half minute sermon given eight years ago by Bishop Daniel Dolan on today's saint St. Eustace and Companion martyrs as well as the vigil of the holy evangelist and Apostle St. Matthew as well as being Ember Saturday this year, so as His Excellency notes there are three commemorations today. He talks about the patience of God and considering the miserable state the world is in today, the Almighty must be unbelieveably patient. But we cannot presume on this patience, but be grateful for all God has given us. What better way to give thanks, adoration, contrition and petition Him than through the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass as the bishop points out in remembering all those who have reached the Church Triumphant by their sacrifices and by the sacraments we are strengthened to persevere as he explains in his sermon on St. Eustace and Companion Martyrs

On this Double of the Second Class Feast of the Holy Apostle and Evangelist St. Matthew, Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey shares some insight into this former tax collector who abandoned the world for a higher reward. You had better believe most were quite wary of this man for they had come to know him as an exactor of their hard-earned wages and resented him for what he did. Matthew realized this and set about to write his Gospel on the accounts he saw up close and personal on the life of this amazing man Who he realized was indeed the promised Messias. Tom points out the accuracy of Matthew's account and how the Modernists have tried to twist the formere tax man's words to tax souls with doubt. If one fully understands what this holy Apostle intended and wrote, there is no doubt that what He recorded is not in sync with the conciliar church of these times. Tom explains in his piece, From Caesar's Collector of Tribute to God's Collector of Souls

The Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost features the parable of the wedding feast in the Gospel of St. Matthew and Haydock is so rich in this in discerning this magnificent analogy that Christ imparted to the chief priests, scribes and Phariseesis regarding the great banquet that awaited them if they would only abide by the King's request and take seriously His invite. We can see how over the last 2000 years so many have rejected that invitation or accepted it under their conditions, not God's such as by coming dressed in garb not recognizable or trying to replace the spouse, the true holy Catholic Church with a facsimile who, in truth, is the harlot in chapters 17 and 18 of the Book of the Apocalypse, and not worthy of the feast. Though invited, the great majority do not respect the King or they would comply with His request and honor both Him and His Son, not to mention His spouse. John Gregory provides the cogent comprehensive Catholic Commentary compiled by Father George Leo Haydock for this Sunday. Being Worthy of the King's Invite

Thanks to Traditional Catholic Sermons we are able to bring you a nine-minute sermon given six years ago by Bishop Daniel Dolan on St. Michael the Archangel who is patron saint of many cities and churches. The bishop brings up a question: Why do we confess our sins to St. Michael? If we would confess our sins to each other as St. James says, why wouldn't we confess to St. Michael and Our Lady? So that we will realize the importance of humility without fear of anyone else knowing. Also, who has the ear of God more than His right hand man St. Michael as well as God's Immaculate Mother? We pray to St. Michael to guard us. Yes, we all have Guardian Angels, but it is St. Michael who drives off the devil and he knows our sins because he is a heavenly spirit. His Excellency explains in his sermon what a great saint he is for he always waits on God's command as the Bishop points out in St. Michael the Archangel

In honor of the Double of the First Class Feast of St. Michael on September 29, we highlight the entirety of the prayer Pope Leo XIII composed. We all know the short version, mandated to be included in the Leonine Prayers after every Low Mass, but few are aware of the longer version. After Vatican II, in legion with the devil Giovanni Montini outlawed this necessary prayer and then one wonders how "the smoke of satan" got into the sanctuary? The conciliarists wanted to make sure this powerful prayer would never see the light of day again for in it Leo foretold what would happen: The shepherd would be struck, the sheep scattered. We present both the long and short versions of this poignant prayer which should never be forgotten. The Power of the Prayer to St. Michael

The final day of the month, following immediately the Double of the First Class Feast of the Dedication of St. Michael the Archangel, is the feast of the holy Doctor of the Church St. Jerome. St. Jerome was born into a wealthy family and used those riches to receive the finest education at the hands of the world's greatest professors in Rome and then employed that wealth of knowledge for Christ's holy Church. He amassed all of the Scriptures and, through the grace of the Holy Ghost was able to translate the inspired word into the Latin tongue, all wrapped up in the magnificent Latin Vulgate. For this massive work that he accomplished while continuing to carry out his vocation and mission of shepherding souls into Heaven, he has often been called Father of the Mother Tongue

IF..., yes, if you do not heed what the Catholic Church has always taught in respect to condoning sin. And that is what you will be doing - committing a mortal sin - if you vote for anyone who runs on a platform that openly promotes sins that cry to Heaven for vengeance. To curtail this not only are we making it known as far and wide as possible, but encouraging the 40-Days of Prayer and Fasting for there are exactly 40 days until we will know if America chose wisely or allowed one final nail in our country's coffin. The best way to stay the hand of God and to return America to the protection of our Sovereign King Jesus Christ is to pray and fast for God always keeps His promises if we are willing to make sacrifices and do all we can to fulfill His holy Will. We have the greatest weapon available to man: the Heaven-sent holy Rosary and, as we near the end of the 15 Saturday Rosary Crusade, we should continue with a daily Rosary and, depending on your state in life, endeavor to pray all 15 decades daily that, like St. Pius V called upon the people to pray for victory, we can keep the Turks at bay and defeat those who foster Islamist and Marxist ideals. It's now or never. You have your Rosaries. Now lock and load!

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