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September 2008 (sep2008.htm)
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  • Holy Mass for the Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost
  • Sermon by Bishop Daniel Dolan
  • Haydock Commentary for the Epistle and Gospel provided by John Gregory
  • Retooling the look of the DailyCatholic
  • Setting the bait to halt the hate editorial by Michael Cain on baiting the trap to catch the Feeneyites in their errors.
  • Absolute Insanity by Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey on how emotions can mask the sustenance of faith amidst so much false hope in man.
  • Facts Are Troublesome Things by Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey on how all the hype can cover up Catholic truth.
  • Gradually Accepting Naturalism's False Premises by Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey on why it might seem only natural, but it's far from the supernatural.
  • Fools' Gold by Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey for what you might think is invaluable could very well be of no value to God.
  • Fact and Fiction by Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey on why one shouldn't believe everything one hears, especially if one doesn't truly know Catholic truth
  • Breaking the Glass Ceiling in Italy Atila Sinke Guimar„es on more documentation of the conciliar corruption and perversion that has permeated Modern Rome.
  • Liturgical Peace or Liturgical Apartheid by Andre Garcia on how the Modernists are making French Toast out of tradition.
  • Moscow Declares Change in the Global Balance of Power by Toby Westerman which means: so much for Detente and Perestroika. More fruits of "Russia's consecration". Not!
  • September 2008 (sep2008.htm)

    Nativity of Our Lady
    Bishop Daniel Dolan
    Though this sermon is for tomorrow's feast, we wanted to emphasize it for its wonderful content.
    courtesy of Traditional Catholic

    Click on type below to go to previous audio sermons

    "On these two commandments dependeth the whole law"

    We resume this special feature provided by John Gregory with the Haydock Commentary found at the bottom of each page of the Douay-Rheims Bible. With the type so small in most bibles, we publish it here in larger type 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 Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost Father brings out the importance of the two greatest commandments on which the sum of the law is based. It dovetails with St. Paul's words in the Epistle to the Ephesians of "One Lord, one faith, one baptism." The Pharisees sought to trip Jesus up in any way they could, thinking they could trap Him into blasphemy, but our Lord nailed them with love - love of God and love of neighbor, the latter something they found difficult to stomach in their pompous ways of practicing the old law of an eye for an eye. John provides the commentary for Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost

    The surge to cage the heresy of Feeneyism continues

       In today's Epistle the holy Apostle of the Gentiles St. Paul urges us to "walk worthy of the vocation in which you are called." That we are endeavoring to do "with all humility and mildness, with patience, supporting one another in charity, careful to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace." It isn't always easy, especially when heresy creeps in so stealthily that it divides even Traditional Catholics. But the Church has always been aggressive against heresy for she knows how dangerous this raptor can be. Heresy, like a ferocious predator, lurks in the shadows, not baring its carniverous fangs on unsuspecting souls until it's too late. But there are ways to fight these rapacious dangers by going after the lair of the liars and snaring the prey through prayer and Catholic truth. That is our mission in this hunt to eradicate the vulturous vamps who seem to thrive by hemorrhaging hope, scattering the flesh of faith on the winds of twisted doctrines, seemingly sucking dry all avenues of grace through "the wickedness of men, in craftiness to the machination of error." It is a question of survival, a matter of love, that we intensify our mission to constrain the beast be it Modernism, Ecumenism or Dimonds in the rough. Editor Michael Cain separates the wheat from the chaff in his editorial, Setting the bait to halt the hate.

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        You'll notice a bit of a different look on our pages. You see we have not been lying around doing nothing during this past hiatus. Rather, we've retooled our various port pages to streamline the main issue by sectoring items pertinent to the Credo Port on that page as well as News and Information Port for the latest headlines and articles by Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey and the latest from Another big change is that all devotion including the Daily Mass Propers for each day of September can be found on the Devotions Port. We've done so in order to streamline the main page each day so it will load faster. By transferring articles to the respective ports the next day or when more articles would cause longer scrolling, your daily issue page will load much, much faster. You'll notice we've also tweaked the masthead on these Port Pages to give it a bit more upscale look while maintaining the traditional aura of the masthead. We've color-coded our logline "Providing daily substance in all phases of Traditional Catholic living so readers can KNOW the Faith in order to KEEP the Faith!"

        We've also done so in an effort to transition the DailyCatholic into more of a resource site so that we will eventually be able to leave it up as such without having to put something new on each day. With donations way down in these trying economic times, even those who normally give have dried up. Times are tight, but we'll all see things through with the grace of God. After all temporal things pass, but eternal goes on forever. That is the only thing that sustains us and in order to make ends meet I must work on other projects to put bread on the table, especially in light of just being notified there has been a rent increase in our senior complex of $110. a month more across the board. That's steep when one has budgeted down to the penny. But that's the name of the game in these days of foreclosures where five and six bedroom homes are abandoned because of the real estate greed of overpricing and small families trying to keep up with the Jones. Every one is in over their heads, and because big families are passe, God has allowed this. Want birth control and abortion, what do you need a five-bedroom home for then? A one-bedroom apartment will suit you fine. And so well over 5000 homes with 2000 square feet and larger sit empty with bank repo signs. Ah, yes, the fruits of abortion and contraception! Where are these planned families to go when they can't afford the bump to $4000. a month mortages after having signed on with an enticing variable to lure them in? The only alternative is to rent. And so rentals have skyrocketed. It's a sign of the times.

        But it's also a sign of the times that generous souls still find ways to give to non-profits who are dedicated to bringing the uncompromised truths and traditions of Catholicism to as many as possible. You know what's next, don't you? Sorry, but I have to ask. If you can find it in your hearts to give whatever you can, even if it is less, we will be most appreciative. It's all about teamwork and if each reader gave one dollar there would be no need to solicit funds, but as usual it's always the few who give and the rest opt for a free ride without taking any responsibility. Which are you? I know we keep asking that, but something's gotta wake the echoes of the lukewarm. We've made it most simple to give with the PayPal link below. Per signum Crucis, de inimicis nostris libera nos, Deus noster. Sancta Mater, istud agas, Crucifixi fige plagas, Cordi meo valide.

    Michael Cain, editor

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