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  • TUESDAY      April 19, 2005      Volume 16, no. 109
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    And on the third day Joseph Ratzinger was chosen by the conclave. He has elected to take the name Benedict XVI and, just the fact he did not choose John Paul III, gives us hope that "With men this is impossible, but with God all things are possible" (Matthew 19: 26). We pray that Ratzinger will call upon his patron saint good Saint Joseph, and he will be faithful to God's holy will and emulate the universal patron of the Church, aborting the novelties and aberrations of Vatican II. Yes, it is true that Ratzinger was one of the architects of Vatican II - a Modernist himself - but compared to the current crop of hierarchy today, he is considered, as we heard from so many newscasters over the past week - a conservative and would be a "traditional pope." Oh, if only that were true! I urge all to read Traditio's comments and documentations with the short piece Church Goes to the Ratz to realize there are grave, grave problems that also bring to light the severe consequences laid out by Pope Paul IV in his infallible, perpetual decree Cum ex Apostolatus Officio.

    Let us fervently pray and offer a nine-day novena to Our Lady's earthly spouse holy Joseph, beginning on Friday, April 22 to end on April 30 - the Feast of Saint Catherine of Siena and one who held the Papacy as so sacrosanct and was not afraid to speak out and castigate pontiffs when they went awry. What a wonderful way to enter Mary's Month and the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker on Sunday, May 1st...for there is much work to do for Benedict XVI and all of us in the Church Militant to rebuild Christ's Church in returning to the Truths and Traditions of Holy Mother Church as handed down from Peter through Pius XII. It should not be long, by how he treats the Papal Coronation and his subsequent appointments to know if he is sincere or it will be more of the same ol' same ol' skimble-skamble and bafflegab.

    Yet, with hopeful hearts, trusting totally on the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost as well as the intercession of Mary Most Holy, let us pray that the 40-year time in the desert from 1965 to 2005 is at an end and Benedict XVI will go down in history and Heaven as the one who, like Saint Paul, has turned from persecuting Our Lord to working feverishly in His vineyard and a true Shepherd who will manifest his holiness through conversion, not compromise. As one traditional blogger just wrote, "But let us remember another liberal who was elected to the see of Peter - Blessed Pius IX. He was very liberal to start with, but by the grace of God became the Pope of the Syllabus of Errors and the Definition of the Immaculate Conception. We must pray and do penance for His Holiness, that by the grace of God he too may be converted as Blessed Pius IX was converted, and that he too will do great things for the glory of God and the restoration of our Holy Mother the Church." We continue to pray for the soul of John Paul II and pray that his legacy fades into memory, and Benedict XVI ushers in the same intention Saint Pius X encouraged so actively a century ago - Instaurare omnia in Christo - "To restore all things in Christ."

    Michael Cain, editor

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       There are four sources we strongly encourage you to follow so that one can get a true picture of what the traditions should be during this time when the chair is empty and every Catholic in the world is a bonafide sedevacantist. One is the regular news wire we carry below from a Traditional Catholic perspective from AngelQueen.org. In the face of so much fawning and false information from the secular media and even the Novus Ordo media, Fr. Moderator's daily commentaries are a must to understand what is really going on. We encourage you to go to Traditio.com for he is usually on top of whatever event has come down the pike and calls them pretty much as we see them here at The Daily Catholic in striving to uphold and preserve the Truths and Traditions of Holy Mother Church as part of the Resistance to the Revolution of Vatican II, especially during this time when so much misinformation is flooding into homes as fact and the Novus Ordo mentality and novelties will be ingrained in so many. The third source is a very good site providing a plethora of information on the traditional practices. It is the Kensman Catholic Site, specifically the page on how traditionally a pope is elected. With The Remnant team of Christopher Ferrara and Michael Matt, we can be assured of reliable traditional sources to tell it like it is, and we file those below.


    The Remnant Rome Report
    Christopher Ferrara provides the most accurate and traditional perspective from Rome during the Conclave in the Sistine Chapel. On Monday he filed a story which shows more deception and intrigue with the very good possibility that the apparatchiks within the Vatican lied again - that John Paul II did not die on April 2, but at the very time when first announced. Such deception follows with the same questions that first arose back in 1958 when white smoke curled forth from the chimney pipe above the Sistine Chapel when, what many believe, Cardinal Siri was elected the successor of Pius XII. However, as we all know, it depends on what the word "true" means, and denial shot forth from that time on and has reigned over modern Rome ever since. So we should not also be surprised at the chicanery of these infiltrators within who have even dared to force through as legitimate a list of new appointments. Ferrara files his report Thunder and Lightning
    In the above, Ferrara writes "While I cannot confirm this information independently, what I have been told is this: that the Pope’s death on April 1 could not be announced because considerable work had to be done to make the body (the face in particular) presentable due to the agony of the Pope’s final sufferings. It was also necessary to “transfer” the date of death in order to accommodate episcopal appointments which the Pope was not able to make during his final agony. In other words, my source claims these appointments were not, in fact, validly made, as the Pope was incapable of authorizing them—a very grave accusation indeed. Again, the information cannot be verified; I am merely reporting what this contact has told me. But I believe the source to be honest." What makes this all the more amazing is the similarities to what we wrote nineteen years ago in "White Smoke, Black Fire!" which, in Episode One of Chapter Twelve, Part IV The Shrouding dealt with an unauthorized, forged list of new red-hats chosen for a consistory that would swing the vote for the bad guys. You can read it and see the eerie truth-is-stranger-than-fiction facts at A crucial chess game at the General Congregation will have tremendous ramifications on the coming Conclave
    With both editor Michael Matt and Ferrara in Rome, the traditional movement is well represented information-wise. We can trust what they file will not be clouded by hype or hysteria, but rooted in everything the Holy See is supposed to represent and convey. Michael just filed his report from Monday Night. Is there a Pius XIII in the making? Midnight on the First Day of the Conclave
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      When it comes to all these ungodly laws being passed by liberal judges because of the lobbying and intimidation of a small minority out to do away with the natural and supernatural order, it is wise to keep in mind the following:
    "Unjust laws are, properly speaking, NO LAWS!"
    His Eminence Saint Robert Cardinal Bellarmine, Doctor of the Church

    Books you can count on!
    Gary Morella provides a review of Dr. Thomas E. Woods work THE CHURCH CONFRONTS MODERNITY - Catholic Intellectuals & the Progressive Era released last July. Gary is a master for fleshing out the message and he has excerpted magnificent passages from Dr. Woods' book which tell the story that, especially now as the faithful pray and await with longing the essence of a good and holy Pope, we must return to Pope St. Pius X's call Instaurare omnia in Christo - "to restore all things in Christ." Gary reveals how Dr. Woods documents that secularism and progressivism have exhausted all avenues and most Catholics, especially faithful ones who seek guidance for themselves and especially their offspring, long to return to the treasured tenets that sustained Holy Mother Church and were so centered on the Gospels at the turn of the century during Pius X's reign. Many of the good things, such as the Jesuit journal America, while founded on right, have fallen on hard ground and scattered to the winds of heresy. Dr. Woods syllogizes the sense and sensibilities of Church Doctors, Popes, and the Scriptures in recognizing the futility of continuing on the progressivist path. Gary masterfully sums up the essence of Dr. Woods' book by citing the certain decrees of Pius X against Modernism. May Modernism die a quick death is our prayer as we invite you to read Gary's A Review of The Church Confronts Modernity
    REALITY CHECK
    Father Lawrence Smith provided a reality check as a postscript to Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey's excellent column we posted yesterday. Because it is so poignant and tremendous food for thought, we've decided to publish it separate from Tom's piece to give it the proper emphasis. In the simplest of ways, Fr. Smith has once again succeeded in zinging the heart and mind to wake up to reality with his pertinent points that magnify the very problem we face today because most have remained silent while the destruction has continued unabated over the time continuum of the past papacy and Catholic Truth has been locked away. If we wait too much longer to express that truth, it may be too late, or, to put it more succinctly: speak now or forever hold your peace. Father Smith hits home with his short, sobering piece Wait to speak the truth
    White Smoke, Black Fire!
    Because of the crisis now in place and because events are paralleling so much of what is contained in our novel White Smoke, Black Fire and because it deals with the death of a pope and the ensuing conclave, we have decided it is time to rerun the novel in its entirety for it is written for and playing out in these very times. For those who want to read the entire novel as it was released in 2001, you may go to Episodes to read the entire book. For those who want to take it in daily doses and concentrate on the similarities with actual events happening right now, we have tightened and updated it in 2005, providing daily installments, indexed at Installment Index. Today the reader is back in Rome, 48 hours after the devastating destruction in Iraq, where the day begins under a gray, foreboding cumulus blanketing the eternal city. The coffins are arranged in St. Peter's in preparation for the funeral as Fr. Niki goes undercover in Rome while Pat rendezvous with Karel in St. Peter's Square, trying to find a way to gently break the bad news of Fasif and Elias to her. Their initial meeting marks the beginning of a cloak and dagger tour throughout the rest of the morning in Rome, where, high above in the hills outside the city, Macelli receives a vile vial from Elena Grabe. Meanwhile back in Rome, Niki's former classmate Lorenzo Stravianzzi has analyzed the small piece of plastic which Niki has asked his scientific friend to identify. The results reveal the contents Andriopoulos subconsciously feared. He realizes all too clearly the shocking intent of the plastic strips in the second episode of the Fifth Chapter of Part III The Shadowing: Transparent Caissons
    Honor those you think are worthy of the Hall of Honor
    Readers will have a chance to vote in their own conclave of sorts, that of selecting the eligible and worthy recipients of this year's Tower of Trent Trophies and be inducted into the Tower of Trent Hall of Honor. Once inducted, the honoree is ineligible to be nominated again. However, each of last year's inductees received at least 100 votes each. This year to date no one has 100 votes totaled yet, so the list could be minimal this year. It depends on your vote. Voting ends on the Feast of St. Catharine of Siena, April 30. Eligibility consists in either having exhibited for over twenty years or more an uncompromising position on adhering to the Truths and Traditions of Holy Mother Church or now adhering and forever rejecting the conciliarist Novus Ordo and having made a major impact for Traditional Catholicism in the spirit of Trent. For last year's charter inductees see 2004 Tower of Trent Hall of Honor For this year, send your choice to My Choice/s for the 2005 Tower of Trent Hall of Honor

    Monday
    Gabriel's Clarion
    Gabriel Garnica concludes his four part essay on tolerance with the Catholic solution to taming tolerance. He points out that intolerance, which is not about people, but ideas, is nothing new for it has been around for ages, and, in fact in the face of intolerance the Christian Faith flourished. If we are to follow in Christ's footsteps, we must overcome tolerance by expressing love for the sinner but a continued disdain, yeah hate for the sin and not be afraid to express that. One of the problems, as Gabriel cites, is that so few today not only don't know their faith but cannot express it clearly to others and thus evangelization is fruitless in that effort for true Catholicism is not expressed, but rather a hybrid compromising Protestant mish-mash thanks to the watered down tenets of Vatican II that make Protestantism seem logical compared to the fabricated Catholicism of today. Gabriel calls for Catholics to stand up and be counted, but to know their Faith. If they do, despite the obstacles, they will be victorious. He explains in his final installment The Desecration of Tolerance - True Catholic Defiance
    White Smoke, Black Fire!
    Because of the crisis now in place and because events are paralleling so much of what is contained in our novel White Smoke, Black Fire and because it deals with the death of a pope and the ensuing conclave, we have decided it is time to rerun the novel in its entirety for it is written for and playing out in these very times. For those who want to read the entire novel as it was released in 2001, you may go to Episodes to read the entire book. For those who want to take it in daily doses and concentrate on the similarities with actual events happening right now, we have tightened and updated it in 2005, providing daily installments, indexed at Installment Index Today the scene turns to the city of Seven Hills where the major players are arriving. Pat has landed and settled in for a restless night while Niki's arrival is a bit rockier for he is discovered by Dr. Makuta Ogidi in the hold of the C-130 transport with the caskets. A mysterious phone call wakes Pat to the reality of the fate of Fasif, Elias and Helena as Fr. Stephen and Macelli wait for the caskets to be released. Once back at the Vatican Stephen overhears the troubling plot of Macelli and Vendhem while Niki finds bare shelter in a simple flat on the other side of Rome provided by Ogidi in the first episode of the Fifth Chapter as we enter Part III The Shadowing: All Roads Lead to Rome
    Christ or chaos
    Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey requested his columns be widely circulated in as many Traditional Catholic publications as possible and other venues as well for the sooner all Catholics realize what is going on, the better they will understand the present crisis and why we are in such sad straits. In the first, published on his site last week he pinpointed the problems of the past papacy and cautioned those optimists to look closer at the last 26 years before rushing to heap so many plaudits and praise on a man "who presided arguably over the worst pontificate in history." Tom lays out the facts and entreats all to Pray for the Pope: The Last One and the Next One

    We follow up his astute words with a most recent piece that nails the crux of the problem resulting from the past scandal on E-Bay where a host from a Novus Ordo Papal service was auctioned on the internet. He fleshes out what really happened, including details of the event and what happened as a result of the outpouring of protests. Yet none of this would have even been a problem had discipline been in place, you know that very Lex orandi, lex credendi discipline that hitherto 1958 was rarely ever a problem. Tom explains in his column Missing the Real Culprit Once Again


    On the BattleLine
    Atila Sinke Guimarães breaks his silence as he weighs in with a summation of the inevitable outcome of the conclave which begins today. He warns not to place too much hope in what will come out of it. In fact, he sees a further corrosion of the Papacy with collegiality and also sees something few secular experts have targeted - a concerted anti-American effort within a power bloc of cardinals to turn the rest of the cardinals, world and conciliar church against America in every way.While Traditional Catholics see John Paul II's failed papacy for obvious reasons, the left sees a failed pontificate as well for Wojtyla didn't go far enough and in that they feel betrayed and are more determined not to elect someone they cannot manage. Atila points out that only in the United States is there a conservative current flowing as a sort of backlash against the radical ideas and philosophies that have engulfed so many nations. The U.S., despite her worldliness and western culture of convenience, still is the one barrier to the much sought after satanic one world order. It makes sense why some Cardinals have gone out of their way to castigate the U.S. for invading Iraq. It is the strategy of the progressivists as Atila identifies in his Bird's Eye View of the News with What is the Mission of the Next Pope?
    Honor those you think are worthy of the Hall of Honor
    Readers will have a chance to vote in their own conclave of sorts, that of selecting the eligible and worthy recipients of this year's Tower of Trent Trophies and be inducted into the Tower of Trent Hall of Honor. Once inducted, the honoree is ineligible to be nominated again. However, each of last year's inductees received at least 100 votes each. This year to date no one has 100 votes totaled yet, so the list could be minimal this year. It depends on your vote. Voting ends on the Feast of St. Catharine of Siena, April 30. Eligibility consists in either having exhibited for over twenty years or more an uncompromising position on adhering to the Truths and Traditions of Holy Mother Church or now adhering and forever rejecting the conciliarist Novus Ordo and having made a major impact for Traditional Catholicism in the spirit of Trent. For last year's charter inductees see 2004 Tower of Trent Hall of Honor For this year, send your choice to My Choice/s for the 2005 Tower of Trent Hall of Honor

    SUNDAY
    "Qui legit, intelligat"
    In Father Louis Campbell's sermon for the Third Sunday After Easter, he illustrates the message of today's Mass in which we are merely "strangers and pilgrims" on a journey through this dark planet. If we stay on the straight and narrow and not veer, following the guiding light of Christ's truths, we will not be detoured by the world, we will not walk blindly in the darkness nor be deceived chiefly because Christ our Navigator cannot deceive or be deceived. Yet the world has followed a man whose symbolism and very title, identified by St. Malachy nearly a thousand years ago, as the "Eclipse of the Sun," is so ironic in the fact the world has praised John Paul II - the "pilgrim pope" to the hilt; so much so that a Zenit headline just released says "Even in death, a Media Superstar." The inordinate praise heaped upon him should be a wake-up call to every Catholic of the antithesis of such adulation. Father cites what our Lord said about all of this. Father doesn't necessarily see the eclipse going away anytime soon for, in following the modus operandi of the anti-Catholic operatives within, what may very well come out of the conclave in modern Rome does not portend well towards producing a holy true Pope. Yet, as Father points out, even when things are the darkest - even a near total eclipse - we can take great solace in Christ's promise in today's Gospel that "your heart shall rejoice: and your joy no man shall take from you." Father explains in his sermon De Labore Solis
    White Smoke, Black Fire!
    Because of the crisis now in place and because events are paralleling so much of what is contained in our novel White Smoke, Black Fire and because it deals with the death of a pope and the ensuing conclave, we have decided it is time to rerun the novel in its entirety for it is written for and playing out in these very times. For those who want to read the entire novel as it was released in 2001, you may go to Episodes to read the entire book. For those who want to take it in daily doses and concentrate on the similarities with actual events happening right now, we have tightened and updated it in 2005, providing daily installments, indexed at Installment Index Today the Legion of the Basilisk is only beginning its destruction as explosions engulf Fasif's estate in smoke and black fire. Fr. Niki Andriopoulos tries to save them, but he is too late. In chagrin he can do nothing but flee for his life while in Dallas Ben O'Fallon tries to assuage Corrie that Pat's okay. Meanwhile back in southern Iraq, racing for his life, Niki stays one step ahead of the Legion in a break-neck chase leading him to eventually choose a vehicle of death to escape certain death. But where will it take him? That is the scenario as the action heats up in the Sixth and final installment of Part II The Smoldering: Escape from the Embers
    Saturday
    Gabriel's Clarion
    Gabriel Garnica continues his four part essay on tolerance with his third installment in which he shows the total illogic of the arguments made by those promoting the world's definition of tolerance. Gabriel deftly illustrates how the moral pretzel can be twisted anyway they want, but he points out how twisted the logic to think one can be intolerant of the intolerant or tolerant of the intolerant for in so doing they themselves have betrayed their own stance. That's how far-fetched and insane these fools have become as Gabriel explains in his third of four parts on The Desecration of Tolerance - Illogical Myth
    White Smoke, Black Fire!
    Because of the crisis now in place and because events are paralleling so much of what is contained in our novel White Smoke, Black Fire and because it deals with the death of a pope and the ensuing conclave, we have decided it is time to rerun the novel in its entirety for it is written for and playing out in these very times. For those who want to read the entire novel as it was released in 2001, you may go to Episodes to read the entire book. For those who want to take it in daily doses and concentrate on the similarities with actual events happening right now, we provide these daily installments. Today Riage Benziger tends to a dehydrated Pope as Cardinal Macelli bluntly eliminates a long Holy See tradition. Meanwhile there is more subterfuge from Dallas to Rome by overconfident, insolent principal members of the Legion of the Basilisk as Pat arrives in Rome with the Basilisk growing more powerful, its stench ever more present in the Eternal City and in Tel Aviv where the venomous Basilisk strikes at the heart in Part II, Fourth Chapter, Episode Five of The Smoldering: Haunted and Hunted
    Friday
    Catholic PewPOINT
    Today is Tax Day. The deadline to file. Editor Michael Cain comments about deadlines and about the fact that there's been a lot of buzz about what is needed to bring about a holy pope dedicated to restoring order to Christ's Church. The problem is that most are looking in the wrong direction. They are looking to modern Rome's appointed cardinals, but, in truth, these men have no authority as forever decreed by Pope Paul IV. Cain lays this out in the simplest and clearest of ways and points to the only solution left to man, short of prayer and fasting which he also strongly endorses, in a plea to every Traditional Bishop to bury the hatchet and unite so that the only true successors of the Apostles left can legitimately select a true Successor of Peter to lead the faithful out of the desert and towards the "Promised Land" by rebuilding Christ's Church. It is the one hope to unify His Mystical Body as Cain points out in his editorial We implore the Traditional Bishops to Come Together as One!
    White Smoke, Black Fire!
    Because of the crisis now in place and because events are paralleling so much of what is contained in our novel White Smoke, Black Fire and because it deals with the death of a pope and the ensuing conclave, we have decided it is time to rerun the novel in its entirety for it is written for and playing out in these very times. For those who want to read the entire novel as it was released in 2001, you may go to Episodes to read the entire book. For those who want to take it in daily doses and concentrate on the similarities with actual events happening right now, we provide these daily installments. Today Fasif divulges the causes and effects of why, how and where the Legion of the Basilisk gained such a strong foothold as Pat is fed a crash-course on the deadly evil that has gutted the globe and discovers other secrets and alliances that further convince him Fasif is on to something. More confidentialities are revealed that help the reader understand the depth and breadth and what lies ahead as Pat is given is marching orders in the fourth episode of Book Two The Smoldering with Revelations of Basic Basilisk 101
    Thursday
    THE STRAIGHT STUFF
    Griff Ruby is well-known for taking on tough subjects and not shying away from controversy. Today he may stir up emotions and traditional factions, but it is necessary to awake the valiant remnant from their slumber and self-righteousness. While Traditional Catholics cast a wary eye to the proceedings in Rome during this time when the whole world is focused on the Vatican, considering the mass apostasy of the Novus Ordinarian leaders, skepticism is warranted during this time of true sedevacantism. Yet no traditional Catholic should gloat or sit back and relax because there is a benign cancer within the traditional movement that needs to be treated with the radiation of faith, hope and charity to make sure it does not grow into a malignant tumor through the malicious rumors running rampant among the factions. The Mystical Body needs to be united, not divided. Doctors of the soul are needed and almost every Traditional Priest has the qualifications, but too many patients are calling the shots and that creates canonical pessimism which becomes havoc and anarchy. Griff tries to inject a note of positivism where so little seems to exist because of the friction created by mistrust and pride. He identifies the problems in calling for a unified understanding that will exemplify Christian charity, not chaos. He explains in Canonical Pessimism
    White Smoke, Black Fire!
    Because of the crisis now in place and because events are paralleling so much of what is contained in our novel White Smoke, Black Fire and because it deals with the death of a pope and the ensuing conclave, we have decided it is time to rerun the novel in its entirety for it is written for and playing out in these very times. For those who want to read the entire novel as it was released in 2001, you may go to Episodes to read the entire book. For those who want to take it in daily doses and concentrate on the similarities with actual events happening right now, we provide these daily installments. Today the reader is given further insight into who Fasif is and part of why the world has arrived at these apocalyptic time as Pat learns further the vital and very real chess match being played out in these times. The pawns have been captured, the bishops and rooks have fallen, only a few knights remain to defend the White Queen and King from the onslaught of the Regals of the Dark Regions in the third episode of Book Two The Smoldering as the reader is drawn in to The Universal Chess Game
    Wednesday
    Gabriel's Clarion
    Gabriel Garnica continues his four part essay on tolerance with his second installment how it gained such a devastating foothold in society today. In his first installment, he traces the origins of the meaning and what Christ intended it to always be. It meant respect for others but not for erroneous or sinful views that go against God. This is what happened when respect and humility were cast to the winds. The original meaning of the word, meant to spread the love of Christ, has been twisted to cater to the canard that tolerance is a gateway to do anything one wants with no reprise or repercussions from man or God. Gabriel explains in his first part of The Desecration of Tolerance
    White Smoke, Black Fire!
    Because of the crisis now in place and because events are paralleling so much of what is contained in our novel White Smoke, Black Fire and because it deals with the death of a pope and the ensuing conclave, we have decided it is time to rerun the novel in its entirety for it is written for and playing out in these very times. For those who want to read the entire novel as it was released in 2001, you may go to Episodes to read the entire book. For those who want to take it in daily doses and concentrate on the similarities with actual events happening right now, we provide these daily installments. Today the reader is introduced to another very pivotal figure for the Resistance - the noble Fasif Khadid who, as is evident, has high connections with clues dropped as to how high. It is Fasif's palatial villa where Niki has brought Pat to rest and refuel but the second episode of Book Two portends there are greater and more dangerous assignments ahead for Pat as The Smoldering hints in Fate, Fasif, and Faith
    The Sanity of Sanctity
    We bring you a piece we brought you last year on the Solemnity of St. Joseph by Fr. Lawrence Smith who shared reflections on the holy attributes of St. Joseph whose Octave Feast we celebrate today. The traits and human character exhibited by Jesus - known as 'the Carpenter's Son' - came from the tender, patient teaching of His foster father Joseph who, as the Patron of the Universal Church, is the one saint we can call on anytime for he is the Model of Christian Workers, Protector of Children, Patron of Priests and Seminarians, Protector of Virgins, Safeguard of Families and Patron of a Happy Death just to name a few of the grace-filled qualities we attribute to St. Joseph in seeking his intercession. Father points out how obedience was at the hub of harmony within the holy family and is necessary for happy families today. The crux of the problem is that work is no longer done as a labor of love but for ends that are not pleasing to God as Father explains in his reflection St. Joseph: Teach us always to labor for Jesus
    Tuesday
    Rock-Solid Reasons
    Few encyclicals are as complete in the mission and duty of the Church than Pope Leo XIII's magnificent Satis Cognitum on Unity of the Church. It contains clear and concise explanation of the Church's, Bishops' and Pope's role in assuring salvation as Christ laid down for His Mystical Body. Every Catholic needs to read this vital encyclical, especially those who have been satiated with all the ambiguous, double-speak and humanistic baffle-gab and skimble-skamble that has come out of modern Rome over the past 40 years; they would do well to read Leo's solid and sure words that convey pure Catholicism in every sense and he pulls no punches, stating clearly and emphatically "The Church of Christ, therefore, is one and the same for ever; those who leave it depart from the will and command of Christ, the Lord - leaving the path of salvation they enter on that of perdition." There are countless jewels in this lengthy, but lasting encyclical which is must reading for every Catholic. Satis Cognitum
    Making Sense of Sensus Catholicus
    Father James F. Wathen, the pioneering traditional author of The Great Sacrilege, presents a balanced plea to the emotions are in motion over the papal passion that is running amok in which unverified miracles are being attributed to John Paul II and the world clamors for his instant canonization and that he be given a place in history above reproach. Yet, as Fr. Wathen points out, this pope did not preach Catholicism, but "godless humanism" which may be what man wants, but not God to Whom we must be obedient as the first responsibility for eternal salvation. The fact John Paul II did not adhere to this raises many questions, and still, Father cautions not to condemn him automatically either. That is left for God's judgment, not man's and be wary as well of those who would go so far as to call him an anti-pope or Antichrist. There needs to be a balance rooted in prayer for the man's soul. Realizing Our Lord's words in Luke 12: 48, "And unto whomsoever much is given of him much shall be required: and to whom they have committed much, of him they will demand the more" we must pray all the more for what John Paul II had to account for at his Particular Judgment. As usual we are grateful to Maria Hughes for sending Father's latest brief essay which we've entitled Papal Passions
    White Smoke, Black Fire!
    Because of the crisis now in place and because events are paralleling so much of what is contained in our novel White Smoke, Black Fire and because it deals with the death of a pope and the ensuing conclave, we have decided it is time to rerun the novel in its entirety for it is written for and playing out in these very times. For those who want to read the entire novel as it was released in 2001, you may go to Episodes to read the entire book. For those who want to take it in daily doses and concentrate on the similarities with actual events happening right now, we provide these daily installments. Today we begin the Second Book - The Smoldering where the reader discovers Pat stumbling over the ashes on the Field of Abraham, now forever known as the "Field of Death." There he literally bumps into another major character who will play a most pivotal role for the Resistance - Niki Andriopoulos. While Vic tries to stave off the intimidating threats of his publisher Edwin Blix in Dallas, and while Macelli and Vendhem struggle with the riddle of who took the bodies in the Papal Chambers, Pat is invited to a mysterious Oasis for food and rest. What does it portend? Those are questions posed in the first episode of The Smoldering titled, Assigned to the Ashes
    Monday
    Catholic PewPOINT
    Out of respect for the Novus Ordo establishment's time of mourning, we have refrained from commenting on John Paul II until today. But after being fed so much misinformation over the past week by the secular media who utilized every New Order periti they could find except experts on the True Faith, we've had enough. It's time to speak out before this unhealthy, inordinate love fest turns into a bonfire equivalent to hell, for that is the origin of all this worldly adulation. The news is consumed with the comings, but mostly the goings of those who fit the descriptions. But what does it all mean? In this time when men lament a man who the world blessed, where do they turn? The answer is simple: To another greater, much, much greater than he. Editor Michael Cain points this out in his editorial in which the events and participants from this past week have been ghastly misunderstood and misrepresented. With yesterday being Good Shepherd Sunday, we look to the Pastor Bonum as a balance to all the spin that has made truth-seekers dizzy and disposable. Cain provides the analogies in explaining the nuances of Prince, Pauper and Pope
    Gabriel's Clarion
    Gabriel Garnica begins today a four part essay on tolerance and how it gained such a devastating foothold in society today. In his first installment, he traces the origins of the meaning and what Christ intended it to always be. It meant respect for others but not for erroneous or sinful views that go against God. This is what happened when respect and humility were cast to the winds. The original meaning of the word, meant to spread the love of Christ, has been twisted to cater to the canard that tolerance is a gateway to do anything one wants with no reprise or repercussions from man or God. Gabriel explains in his first part of The Desecration of Tolerance
    White Smoke, Black Fire!
    Because of the crisis now in place and because events are paralleling so much of what is contained in our novel White Smoke, Black Fire and because it deals with the death of a pope and the ensuing conclave, we have decided it is time to rerun the novel in its entirety for it is written for and playing out in these very times. For those who want to read the entire novel as it was released in 2001, you may go to Episodes to read the entire book. For those who want to take it in daily doses and concentrate on the similarities with actual events happening right now, we provide these daily installments. Today's episode eight reveals one more key figure of the Resistance - Cardinal Gregory Zachmunn. As Pat lands in Iraq, and while the Cardinal and Monsignor Navarro concern themselves with Macelli and Vendhem in the Vatican, outside its walls the Legion plots further in the dark climes of Rome's seedy side, where the reader meets two more Legion members who have convened with Brunatti and Serrano in a stagnant basement hovel. But the master doesn't even trust his own and has employed an old wino Sebastiano Tenazi in the eighth episode of The Unleashing titled, Pride and Power: The Opiates of the Legion
    SUNDAY
    "Qui legit, intelligat"
    In Father Louis Campbell's sermon for Good Shepherd Sunday or the Second Sunday After Easter, he assures all that the death of John Paul II should have no effect on true Catholics who see a pope as the visible head, but Christ always as the Invisible Head. Christ has promised He would always be with His Church "unto the consummation of the world" and since He neither deceives nor can be deceived, to worry about the worldly things exposes us as uncommitted sheep. It means we do not trust our Shepherd - the Son of God. He remanded His apostles several times about this. As loyal lambs we have nothing to fear if we stay under the watchful eye of the Good Shepherd and remain faithful to the Truths and Traditions of the Church He founded. Father points out that one cannot be His disciple if one is not willing to carry his cross daily and be a sign of contradiction to the world. When the world praises you, that is not good for if we seek the world's favor then our reward comes from man, but if we seek God's favor by doing His will and hearing His voice, our reward will be great in Heaven for we are The Sheep of His Flock
    White Smoke, Black Fire!
    Because of the crisis now in place and because events are paralleling so much of what is contained in our novel White Smoke, Black Fire and because it deals with the death of a pope and the ensuing conclave, we have decided it is time to rerun the novel in its entirety for it is written for and playing out in these very times. For those who want to read the entire novel as it was released in 2001, you may go to Episodes to read the entire book. For those who want to take it in daily doses and concentrate on the similarities with actual events happening right now, we provide these daily installments. Today's episode seven begins the second chapter late in the afternoon of All Saints Day. As Pat jets toward Iraq haunted by altered state warnings, Corrie muses over the futility, but necessity of make-up, while in Rome the make-up of two more Legion operatives is bent on destroying the evidence. But a conscious Riage Benziger foils their plans aided unwittingly by Sister Bridie in this first episode of Chapter Two of The Unleashing titled, Cosmetics and Consciousness
    Saturday
    Gabriel's Clarion
    Gabriel Garnica asks a question every traditional Catholic is asking during this time of universal sedevacantism. What next? Quo vadis, Petrus? Where will the Primacy of Peter lead? It does not bode well for there are indeed dark clouds on the horizon, especially if we are to go by the popular, emotional spin spread this past week by the secular and New Order media that we must accommodate the world and change Catholicism to placate those who are not willing to walk the narrow path. Sodomites, pro-aborts, feminists will not give up their sins, so the Church must tolerate them and accept their sins. Nowhere in holy Scripture nor in the Sacred Deposit of the Faith is the word tolerance preached, let alone diversity. Jesus clearly forgave, but always He admonished, "Go, and sin no more!" It goes without saying that we must love the sinner, but hate the sin and do all in our power to root out sin in our own lives and others. That is true Catholicism, uncompromising Catholicism, something sorely lacking over the past 40 years. Amidst all the euphoria and opinions so prevalent this past week, Catholicism has been reduced to a political party whose platform can be changed to suit the people! Oh, how wrong they are! How wrong so many have been! But those who fight for right must remember St. Augustine's sage words, "right is right even if no one is doing it...and wrong is wrong even if every one is doing it!" Gabriel explains in his column What Next?
    White Smoke, Black Fire!
    Because of the crisis now in place and because events are paralleling so much of what is contained in our novel White Smoke, Black Fire and because it deals with the death of a pope and the ensuing conclave, we have decided it is time to rerun the novel in its entirety for it is written for and playing out in these very times. For those who want to read the entire novel as it was released in 2001, you may go to Episodes to read the entire book. For those who want to take it in daily doses and concentrate on the similarities with actual events happening right now, we provide these daily installments. Today's episode six deals with the aftershock reaction. Pat Gallagher talks his editor Vic Van Wess into sending him instead of another over to Iraq on the publisher's private plane, while in Rome the reader is introduced to two very high-up cardinals who are not what they seem, and two key characters within the Vatican for the Resistance who suspect Macelli of no good: the astute American monsignor heading the Holy See's Universal Communications department Monsignor Stephen Navarro and the spunky, dedicated Irish nun Sister Bridget Marie - known to all as Sister Bridie, one of the nuns responsible for the Papal Chambers. Both will unwittingly become embroiled in the intrigue to come within the hallowed halls of the Vatican in this sixth episode of Chapter One of The Unleashing titled, The Cabal and the Camerlengo
    Christ or chaos
    Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey weighs in on all the claptrap and spin being bandied about this past week by know-nothings posing as experts. He has one very simple solution on how to avoid getting caught up in the emotional tsunami that forsakes all reason and facts: turn off the TV, close up the chat-rooms and be careful about prurient publicity that offends the ears, hearts and sensibilities of the Holy Family, let alone our own families. If one is mesmerized by the cobra long enough, one can easily be fooled into trusting the viper. Then it's too late once it strikes. Stay clear of the reptile's range by having custody of eyes, ears and mind and one will gain a greater perspective and understanding of what exactly is happening in this pivotal time of history and salvation. Tom explains in his column Ignore the Mindless Blather
    Friday
    Requiem Mass
    With all the beautiful Latin employed for John Paul II's funeral, the saddest commentary is that what could have been has been wasted. What could have been a salvific Requiem Mass on the Day of Burial in all the magnificent Catholic Tradition and intercessory power from Heaven, was compromised by the sacrilegious New Order broadcast to the world sans sacrifice and replete with the automatic assumption that John Paul II needs no prayers for his soul since he is already in Heaven. Those who assume can not only make an ass out of u and me, but greatly insult Almighty God. If saints were not sure of their eternal salvation, than surely sinners should be and, yes, Karol Wojtyla, just like everyone of us, was a sinner and needs our prayers - Needs Requiem Masses. He will not get them from the Novus Ordo establishment he enabled and encouraged, and his last testament is testimony that he had no intention of refuting or condemning the heresies of Vatican 2. With this sad reality we present the Traditional Latin Mass Proper for the Holy Mass of the Dead - REQUIEM MASS
    Rock-Solid Reasons
    The reason we provide the authorized Requiem Mass above is because that is the one which His Holiness Saint Pius V, in codifying the infallible decrees of the dogmatic Council of Trent, set in stone for all time the only formula for the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. To veer from this has, by his very specific warning, incurred "the wrath of Almighty God and the Blessed Apostles Peter and Paul." This is only too evident and, despite the trappings and outward exhibition in Rome this week, the sad, stark truth is that modern Rome has indeed, as Our Lady foretold at La Salette, "lost the Faith." True Catholics cannot be swayed by the puffery and adulation rhetoric flowing forth so freely from the fickle crowds which are reminiscent of those waving palms and singing Hosannas and a few days later crying out vociferously for His blood. Pray for the soul of Karol Wojtyla and realize the truths of Holy Mother Church cannot evolve or change and what St. Pius V declared must be said "in perpetuity" means "in perpetuity" and no bishop can ever trump that! We present both the powerful QUO PRIMUM and His Apostolic Constitution on Form and Matter of the Sacrament in his masterful De defectibus
    White Smoke, Black Fire!
    Because of the crisis now in place and because events are paralleling so much of what is contained in our novel White Smoke, Black Fire and because it deals with the death of a pope and the ensuing conclave, we have decided it is time to rerun the novel in its entirety for it is written for and playing out in these very times. For those who want to read the entire novel as it was released in 2001, you may go to Episodes to read the entire book. For those who want to take it in daily doses and concentrate on the similarities with actual events happening right now, we provide these daily installments. Today's episode five is a tough one to take for it deals with massive explosions in Iraq where one million have gathered for the ecumenical event of the millennium. We can't help but pray that nothing happens in Rome for what we have written of the world's religious leaders and civic leaders and bulging crowds is playing out right before our very eyes. Let us hope and pray we will never see the destruction that occurs in this fifth episode of Chapter One of The Unleashing titled, Armageddon Arrives!
    Thursday
    Living in Tradition
    Those who remember Father Louis Campbell's stunning sermon from February 27 in which he reminded us of the chicanery of the modernists who have done all they could to expunge Pope Pius XII's Apostolic Constitution Sacramentum Ordinis to cover their tracks. Father Louis pointed out that it was not available anywhere on the web and we vowed to do all in our power to procure this Acta Apostolicae Sedis from November 30, 1947 so that all would know the fullness of truth spoken of by Father in his no-nonsense sermon. Thanks to a very dedicated Traditional priest, we have found that very AAS-40-5 from the Third Volume of the Canon Law Digest, 1954 on the Essential Rites of Ordination for the Deaconate, Priesthood, and Episcopacy by His Holiness. We all know that Paul VI and the VaticanTwoArians contradicted this order and have incurred God's wrath and punishments. These men who have accepted modernism from the 60's on may look like bishops, they may sound like bishops (even though they don't ACT like bishops), but they are NOT bishops for, as His Holiness Pius writes, their consecrations are not valid. Think about this as talk heats up for the Conclave to begin in 11 days and realize most of those entering the Sistine Chapel are not even true cardinals, let alone priests or bishops. Sacramentum Ordinis
    Rock-Solid Reasons
    Following the above syllogism, we take it further by providing the decree of Pope Paul IV (not to be confused with Paul VI of V2 repute) who issued his no-holds-barred Apostolic Constitution some 450 years ago during the time of the dogmatic, infallible Council of Trent on those who deviate from the faith before they are elevated lose all authority and respect in the Church and are ipso facto no longer Catholic and, therefore not eligible to hold any office in the Church. His and Pius XII's Apostolic Constitution serve as bookends to rock-solid documentation that the whole current crop of cardinals are in apostasy if we are to be faithful to the Church from Peter through Pius XII. If we are not, if we are to be faithful to the Vatican II popes from John XXIII through John Paul II, then we have to admit that it is totally different than what was taught and handed down for nearly 2000 years. Ergo, we have to admit it is a parallel religion, a different faith than the True Faith. Now readers have that difficult task to choose. It isn't easy with everyone proclaiming JPII a saint and the "Great" but for the sake of your own soul, it is vital to know which is the True Faith - that which preceded Vatican 2 or that which has followed Vatican 2. We assure you they are not the same. Now you must choose. We offer strong evidence from Holy Mother Church to help you, beginning with Paul IV's unshakeable Cum Ex Apostolatus Officio
    White Smoke, Black Fire!
    Because of the crisis now in place and because events are paralleling so much of what is contained in our novel White Smoke, Black Fire and because it deals with the death of a pope and the ensuing conclave, we have decided it is time to rerun the novel in its entirety. For those who want to read the entire novel as it was released in 2001, you may go to Episodes to read the entire book. For those who want to take it in daily doses and concentrate on the similarities with actual events happening right now, we provide these daily installments. Today episode four finds everyone glued to the tube who is not in New Nasiriyah for the international ecumenical event of the century - 'One Eucharist'. GNN (Global News Network) is feeding all the networks with the massive production of bringing the colorful festivities live to the English-speaking world. As they drone on, operatives move into place for nefarious reasons and Elena Grabe holds the key to the trigger in this fourth episode of Chapter One of The Unleashing titled, The Fruits of Ecumenism: Bewitched and Betrayed
    Wednesday
    Gabriel's Clarion
    Gabriel Garnica exposes the hypocrisy of the courts - even the highest court of the land - in caving to the false premise of an "evolving standard" for if a standard is set, it cannot evolve. God's laws and principles cannot "evolve" but are set in stone and nothing can change that. It is imbedded in the dogmas of Holy Mother Church. But that matters not to judiciary or ecclesiast who subscribe to progressivism. Gabriel points out the parallels and paradox of abortion and euthanasia. Both are murder and they cross that line between pardon and perdition. The latter is the end result for those who are called "honorable" but by their deeds reveal what they really are. How can there be "decency and maturity" when those determining such on the law books are void of those attributes? Gabriel addresses this conundrum in his column Evolving Standards of Perdition
    On the BattleLine

    Atila Sinke Guimarães recently weighed in on the present circumstances in light of the confidential messages imparted to the young visionaries of Lourdes, La Salette and Fatima. All portended a great apostasy that would begin at the top and many chastisements if the world did not repent and heed Heaven's call. Considering the killer tsunami, earthquakes and weather patterns globally over the past few months, in addition to events this past week - from the legal murder of an innocent, helpless woman to the passing of a pontiff - there are signs that God means business over the blatant rejection of His moral laws and teachings. Despite His Blessed Mother's urgent warnings, the Heavenly Father must be furious, ready to avenge the adversaries of the Church His Divine Son founded - a Church reduced to a remnant. While many would not realize this with the circus atmosphere this week in which everyone praises John Paul II, few remember Our Lady's stern and sober message at La Salette a mere 150 years ago that "Rome will lose the Faith and become the seat of the Antichrist." The supposed "Third Secret of Fatima" version, released by the modern Vatican institution in 2000, certainly does not correspond with current events or the completion of what Our Lady begged her Divine Son's Church to do. While everyone is praising JPII posthumously for the collapse of communism, the sad truth is it hasn't collapsed but only spread more insidiously all over the world under different monikers - specifically the heresy of all heresies - modernism of which the late Polish prelate permitted and perpetuated. Now God has allowed these natural disasters primarily because the Church has taken up with the world. It is a punishment for our sins just as God allowed with the Israelites in the Old Covenant for veering far from Him and His teachings. Will we ever learn from history or scripture? Evidently not as Atila offers stark evidence and fascinating scientific charts of what is to come in his Bird's Eye View of the News Scientific Data on Coming Earthquakes and Tsunamis. Is this the Chastisement?

    White Smoke, Black Fire!
    Because of the crisis now in place and because events are paralleling so much of what is contained in our novel White Smoke, Black Fire and because it deals with the death of a pope and the ensuing conclave, we have decided it is time to rerun the novel in its entirety. Today episode three leaves the dawning daylight in Iraq for the night climes of Big D where the reader is introduced to the key character of the novel - Metroplex Mirror journalist Pat Gallagher - and his heart-throb Corrie Morelli, along with one who has taken their moral welfare under his wing - one Ben O'Fallon, owner of an old tavern on the outskirts of the Dallas skyline. It is late in the evening of All Hallows Eve. The ghosts are restless and many shudder as they sense within a seismic event about to erupt. Tensions begin to build in this third episode of Chapter One of The Unleashing titled, Halloween Hauntings
    Tuesday
    The Sanity of Sanctity
    As talk of who is papabile heats up before the conclave begins, they would be wise to take to heart the words of the holy bishop and Doctor of the Church Saint Alphonsus Liguori, known as the "Keeper of the Moral Compass." 230 years ago he wrote a letter to an unknown bishop during the time of sede vacante between the pontificates of Clement XIV and Pius VI. St. Alphonsus also wrote: "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 Sacrament of the altar, as a punishment for the sins of men, according to the prediction of Daniel 'And strength was given him against the continual sacrificer'." He was right on about that as we now see what occurred on April 3, 1969, and his sage and sobering words below should give all pause to pray and unabashedly continue to preach the Truths and Traditions of Holy Mother Church. The holy Doctor's sage and pious thoughts on the election of a new Pontiff is wise advice that should be heeded today, but most probably won't because, as St. Alphonsus says "in a word, there is a need for a general reform of all clerics and ecclesiastics if there is to be any improvement in the present great corruption of morals among the laity." And he was talking about the times when our country was founded! Imagine his words today in light of the apostasy running so rampant from Rome on down! John Vennari adds, to quote Saint Alphonsus, “There is need for prayer and much prayer”. We present The "Keeper of the Moral Compass" on the Election of the Next Pope


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    Regina Coeli laetare. Alleluia.
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    Queen of Heaven, rejoice, Alleluia.
    For He Whom thou was made worthy to bear. Alleluia.
    Hath risen as He said. Alleluia.
    Pray for us to our God. Alleluia.
    V. Rejoice and be glad, O Virgin Mary. Alleluia.
    R. For the Lord hath risen indeed. Alleluia.
    Let us pray. O God, Who through the resurrection of Thy Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, hast vouchsafed to make glad the whole world, grant us, we beseech Thee, that, through the intercession of the Virgin Mary, His Mother, we may attain the joys of eternal life. Through the same Christ our Lord. Amen.

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