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It is the custom for Traditional Catholics to mark above the doors of all entrances in chalk, hopefully blessed on the feast by the priest when he also blessed the gold, frankincense and myrh. The formula includes the Roman Numerals of the year MMVIII; below it on one line: C+20+M+08+B. The order begins C for Caspar; then a cross (+) which is followed by the first two numerals of the millennium 20, followed by another cross (+); then M for Melchior; then another cross (+), followed by the last two numerals of the year, then another cross (+), and finally B for Balthasar. It is a way for the faithful to recognize in their homes the Epiphany and the Kingship of Jesus Christ. The four crosses represent both the four centuries of waiting for the Messias, but more specifically the four gospels in which His truths and Kingship are proclaimed. This marking the threshholds of our homes is a beautiful custom that has been lost in today's culture when things of God are shelved for things of man.

Jesus Christ, Our Lord

Sermon for the Feast of the Epiphany of Our Lord

Bishop Daniel Dolan

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     Please let us know how it looks on your screen. We'll endeavor to fix it to accommodate the majority. We are attempting to go "back to school" on recent HTML changes, but don't hold out too much hope that this will result in revolutionary changes for awhile, if ever. I say that because if it ain't broke, don't fix it and because for some old dogs, it's most difficult to learn new tricks. That reference would apply to yours truly who well remembers the headaches when I first plunged into HTML code on my own in the mid nineties. It was Greek to me then and today it more resembles Sanskrit. But, with God's help, we'll limp on for we cannot afford a crack webmaster who knows all the tricks of the trade and the latest bells and whistles. Maybe someday (hint, hint) the Holy Ghost will send one our way and yours truly can return to what he enjoys doing the most, writing and graphic typology. Until that glorious time, we shall trudge on with more emphasis on spirituality in this new year when satan will scramble even more souls in his desperate effort to deceive. That should be a reminder to devote even more time to prayer and submission to God's holy Will in 2008.

     For these first few issues this week after a hiatus during the Christmastide issue, we begin slowly and will build toward the frenzied activity later this month when we will be inundated with conciliarism's con on "church unity." Pope Pius XI made it as clear as a bell in condemning the ecumenismism that is promoted by the counterfeit church of conciliarism. That basically is the essence of this first issue for 2008 for there is plenty to say on the canard of false churches uniting, as well as what is to come with several articles by our writers on the 35th Commemoration of the rueful Roe v. Wade. This Week we observe the Octave of the Epiphany before we race through Time after Epiphany and head into the Time of Septuagesima less than two weeks away.

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Pope Pius XI provided proof positive solid gold evidence that anyone who would buy even one iota of the diabolic gobbledygook bafflegab produced by the imposters, posing as popes since the revolution of 1962, have deviated from the faith and are following a dead end that only leads toward hell.

On yesterday's First Class Feast of the Epiphany of Our Lord, we celebrated the 80th Anniversary of the release of Pope Pius XI's no-nonsense Encyclical, which clearly and concisely declared as anathema the idea that any other religion was acceptable or salvific other than the Church established by Jesus Christ on the Rock of Peter. Of course you won't hear of such a commemoration of so powerful an encyclical from Modernist Rome for they have done all they can in the last half century to obliterate Eternal Rome. This encyclical, decreed by Pope Pius XI on January 6, 1928, sternly warns all to dismiss any talk of ecumenism for only in the universal Church founded by Christ are the Truths manifested and salvation possible. Mortalium Animos contradicts all the counterfeit church of conciliarism has and is attempting today with their ecumenical bent by compromising the Truths and Traditions that Pius XI sought to guard so carefully. How perfectly His Holiness released this encyclical on the First Class Feast of the Epiphany for the three Magi, Kings Gaspar, Melchior, and Balthasar, as earthly rulers, submitted to the King of kings and subscribed entirely to the Social Kingship of Jesus Christ, something Pope Pius XI had addressed just over two years earlier on December 11, 1925 in his encyclical Quas Primas. We provide this landmark encyclical, relatively short in length, for all to re-read and see how BeneRatz, Kasper and his ilk are in no way Catholic, but rather enemies of the one true Church, enemies of Christ. Holy Mother Church has spoken, when will we listen? Mortalium Animos

The smoke of satan has been wafting up from conciliar services for decades, but now that unpleasing incense dares mix with orthodoxy and, with its caliginous, noxious clouds of blackened smoke, engorge the good. How then can the light penetrate the darkness? By not giving any credence to Baal, by not offering incense to idols.

A feature that has gained a lot of buzz over the last few weeks, and which we have not been able to feature before because of our Christmastide Issue, is Father Anthony Cekada's article on una cum masses, a thorny point for many that is, basically stirring up a hornet's nest. Some believe it is not necessary. Others, including this editor, believes it is very necessary for to resist and recognize makes no sense. Christ Himself has said you cannot serve two masters and by resisting Benedict and then recognizing him tacitly or knowingly in the most sacred part of the holy Sacrifice of the Mass is a contradiction that begs clarification. Father attempts to do so. Unfortunately he has left the vast majority hanging as to solutions, which he has promised to provide. In the meantime many are more confused and that is why a follow-up is vital to soothe the savage beast that surges within those who are willing to compromise in contrast to the early Christians who would not offer even one grain of incense. It is wise to take it with a grain of salt and ask the Sanctifer for the graces to understand and respond accordingly in seeking out the purest form of the Immemorial Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Father provokes this in his excellent, documented thesis, which, like Christ's teaching to the Jews, might be hard to take, but it is necessary as Father explains in A Grain of Incense: Sedevacantists and Una Cum Masses

The bitter myrrh emanating from those who, out of fear of offending BeneRatz, have hedged and hawed and basically clamped shut any resistance to his heresies ("hush, hush, we can't judge") where previously they spoke convincingly and nobly. Why? Two words: the "Motu Mess!" Wake up and smell the bitters!

Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey traces the dangers that occurred because of those who could have spoken out strongly against travesties and chose not to, either because they did not want to rock the boat from the comfort zone they enjoyed, or were afraid for their mortal lives while overlooking the real importance of their mortal souls, or they did not want to offend little credence to the very fact they gravely offend Christ. Such examples Tom likens to any acknowledgment by the VulgArians of the 80th Anniversary of Pope Pius XI's landmark encyclical Mortalium Animos. Tom documents how the adversaries of previous reliable true popes are the false popes of the counterfeit church of conciliarism, presently represented by probably the most insidious of the bunch - one Fr. Joseph Ratzinger, who in the days when he was a periti, was ashamed to wear the Roman Collar and whom true popes collared as an ecumaniacal heretic. The evidence is all so loud and clear, but the silence is deafening. Where are those voices today who once spoke so strongly against Ratzinger's heresies? Cowering for fear of tripping over their own tongues in trying to defend the indefensible, all the while enabling the enemies of the Church to continue their course of destruction As Though the Past Never Happened

The long and short of last year all in one file

For those who did not get the opportunity to peruse the Best of 2007 in our Christmastide issue, we keep that feature available to you. It is a tradition started several years ago in which we bring you the most widely read features for each month in the past year. We also provide our features bar below in which you can peruse the hundreds and hundreds of features over three years' worth of articles and columns. We also invite you to check the thousands and thousands of pages and issues on our Ports of Call Main Page for material covering well over a decade on the web. For the most recent see, BEST OF 2007 Features


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Queen of Angels
24244 Newhall Ave
Santa Clarita, CA 91321
SUNDAYS: 8 & 11 a.m., 5 p.m.
WEEKDAYS: 8:30 a.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m
First Friday Mass: 7:00 p.m.
Confessions & Rosary 30 minutes before Masses
Queen of Angels Parish
call Fr. Dominic Radecki CMRI (661) 255-9849

Our Lady of Lourdes
16010 Boyle Ave
Fontana, CA 92337
SUNDAYS: Confessions & Rosary 12:30 p.m.
1 p.m. Holy Mass
Our Lady of Lourdes Parish
call (909) 829-0997

Our Lady of Fatima
3000 Old Town Ave
SUNDAYS: Confessions & Rosary: 8:30 a.m.
9 a.m. Holy Mass
Our Lady of Fatima Parish
call Mr. Torben Bruck
(619) 244-8766


Mount St. Michael
8500 N. St. Michael's Rd.
Spokane, WA 99217
SUNDAYS: 8 & 10:30 a.m., 12:30 (Rectory) & 5 p.m.
WEEKDAYS: 6:40 & 11:40 a.m.
Saturday: 8:00 a.m
First Friday Mass: add 6:00 p.m.
Confessions & Rosary before Masses; 6-7 p.m. Saturdays
Tuesday: 7:30 p.m. Holy Hour
Mount Saint Michael Parish
call Parish/School office (509) 467-0986 Ext. 100

Our Lady of Guadalupe
3914 N. Lidgerwood
Spokane, WA 99207
SUNDAYS: 8:30 & 10:45 a.m.
WEEKDAYS: 8 a.m.
Friday: 6 p.m.
Saturday: 8:30 a.m
Confessions before Masses;
4-4:30 p.m. Saturdays

Our Lady of Guadalupe
follow on "MASS CAM"
call Fr. Kevin Vaillancourt (509) 489-6602

St. Mary's
757 138th St. S.
Tacoma, WA 98444
SUNDAYS: 8 & 10:30 a.m.
WEEKDAYS: 11:30 a.m.
Friday: 6:30 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m
Confessions: Half-hour before Weekend Masses
Tuesday: 7:30 p.m. Holy Hour
St. Mary's Parish
call Fr. John Trough (253) 535-9477


Mary Immaculate Queen
15384 N. Church Rd.
Rathdrum, ID 83858
SUNDAYS: 7 & 9 a.m.
WEEKDAYS: 11:30 a.m.
Thursday: 11:30 a.m
Saturday 8:00 a.m.
Confessions before weekend Masses; 7-7:30 p.m. Saturdays
Mary Immaculate Queen
call Fr. Benedict Hughes, CMRI (208) 687-0290


Mary Immaculate Church
7745 Military Ave
Omaha, NE 68134
SUNDAYS: 8 & 10 a.m.
WEEKDAYS: 7 a.m.
Wednesday: 11:15 a.m.
Friday: 6 p.m. followed by Benediction
Saturday: 7:30 a.m.
Confessions before Friday & Sunday Masses; after Sat. Mass
Mary Immaculate
call Bishop Mark Pivarunas, CMRI (402) 571-4404


Immaculate Conception Church
313 28th Avenue N.
St. Cloud, MN 56303
SUNDAYS: 7:30 & 9:30 a.m.
WEEKDAYS: 8 a.m.
Friday: 6 p.m
Saturday 8:00 a.m.
Confessions before weekend Masses
Immaculate Conception
call Fr. Brendan Hughes, CMRI (320) 251-3461


St. Joseph's Church
3521 4th St.
Wayne, MI 48184
SUNDAYS: 7:30, 9:30 & 11:45 a.m.
WEEKDAYS: 7 a.m. or 6 p.m.
Wednesday: 9 a.m.
Saturday 8:00 a.m.
Confessions before Masses
St. Joseph's Church
call Fr. Francisco Radecki, CMRI (734) 729-8228

Most Holy Rosary
314 E. Main St.
Middleville, MI 49333
SUNDAYS: 3:30 p.m.
Confessions before Mass
Most Holy Rosary Parish
call Fr. Francisco Radecki, CMRI (269) 795-9030

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