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    Yes, it's Cyndi again. I haven't written for a while, as I've been constantly in the dentist's chair trying to get my lower dentures re-aligned to fit where I can at least try to eat something. It has taken three weeks to get it right, but now I believe we are close to solving that, but will know more by mid-June.

    Meanwhile, I still need to have the upper dentures re-aligned, and those costs are additional...expenses Mike and I do not have. Believe me, we are living our vow of poverty, as there are moths flying out of the checking account because we can't afford mothballs.

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    Meanwhile, I can no longer sit at a computer, but having a laptop would allow me to continue my work while reclined on the bed. We have duo adjustable hospital beds and I've got it fixed just right to support my spine while Michael has his to ease his sciatica that has grown worse and has forced him to spend less time sitting at the computer. But if you knew my husband you'd realize his stubborn determination to put out a daily issue no matter how bad his back and left leg feel.

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    Yet, as much as we rely on God, it is man who has let us down. Point of fact, the last time we put out a plea for help only twelve people responded in kind, seven who have given regularly. Think what would happen if just 1 percent of that 89,027 - that's 89 people - gave $10 a month! We wouldn't have to beg and write these donation letters and could add new facets to The DailyCatholic. As it is now, we've been blessed to be able to continue to bring you such quality considering that Michael is working with the same software he's been using for a decade. It can't be upgraded on his computer because there is no support for it anymore nor can he upgrade his computer from XP because it has reached its capacity. Mind you, it began as a Windows 95. We have the files backed up, but still we're basically driving a '55 Chevy in this day and age of high tech equipment.

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    To be said three times a day at 6 a.m., noon and 6 p.m.
  • V. Angelus Domini nuntiavit Marić.
  • R. Et concepit de Spiritu Sancto.

    Ave Maria, gratia plena, Dominus tecum. Benedicta tu in mulieribus, et benedictus fructus ventris tui, Iesus. Sancta Maria, Mater Dei, ora pro nobis peccatoribus, nunc et in hora mortis nostrć. Amen.

  • V. Ecce Ancilla Domini.
  • R. Fiat mihi secundum Verbum tuum.

    Ave Maria...

  • V. Et Verbum caro factum est.
  • R. Et habitavit in nobis.

    Ave Maria...

  • V. Ora pro nobis, Sancta Dei Genetrix.
  • R. Ut digni efficiamur promissionibus Christi.

    Oremus: Gratiam tuam qućsumus, Domine, mentibus nostris infunde; ut qui, angelo nuntiante, Christi Filii tui Incarnationem cognovimus, per passionem eius et crucem, ad resurrectionis gloriam perducamur. Per eumdem Christum Dominum nostrum. Amen.

  • V. The angel of the Lord declared unto Mary.
  • R. And she conceived by the power of the Holy Ghost.

    Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee. Blessed art thou amongst women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death. Amen.

  • V. Behold the handmaid of the Lord.
  • R. Be it done unto me according to thy Word.

    Hail Mary...

  • V. And the Word was made flesh.
  • R. And dwelt amongst us.

    Hail Mary...

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  • R. That we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ.

    Let us pray: Pour forth, we beseech thee, O Lord, Thy grace into our hearts, that we to whom the incarnation of Christ Thy Son was made known by the message of an angel, may by His Passion and Cross be brought to the glory of His resurrection; through the same Christ our Lord. Amen.


  • In Griff Ruby's thirteenth installment of his excellent YouTube Series "Sedevacantism - A Catholic Perspective", he continues his dissection of the damage Lumen Gentium did in abdicating jurisdiction of every ecclesiastical authority who followed the new establishment formed at Vatican II and this included every priest, bishop and, yes, pope. Yet, that document has come back to bite the barbarians at the gate for Lumen Gentium's language magnifies the fact that, in actuallity, it justified by its own abandonment of the Church founded by Christ, credence to the very jurisdiction to traditional clerics as they are the only possible recipients of the jurisdiction that Lumen Gentium cast to the wind. Thus, recognizing there was no longer one legitimate authority (a true Pope) to rule, it necessitated emergency action or, as the Church calls it Epikeia. Because a few Bishops realized the grave error of Lumen Gentium and the course of Vatican II they had the heroic courage to stand up to the doppelganger church - the counterfeit church of conciliarism and realized, that in order to perpetuate the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church they needed to consecrate new bishops to carry out the truths and traditions in order to keep the Faith alive in the face of the Great Apostasy. A Few Good Men.

    On Independence Day, we shared a prayer sent to us by Joe Omlor, son of one of the earliest pioneers of the Traditional Catholic movement - Patrick Henry Omlor: Dear God, bring the Faith to our beloved country. It was once a virgin land wherein the only praise was that of the murmur of the Mass on the shores, the hills and the prairies. Zealous priests and explorers claimed it for Thee, giving Thy Holy Name to its rivers, lakes and cities. From east to west they traveled, from mission to mission, from Mass to Mass until the land was encircled by prayer and gave of its bounty to Thy glory. And now it is dedicated to Thy Immaculate Mother. May she find America again, as she once found the lost Child Jesus in the Temple. May she touch the hearts of our people, disposing them to receive the ancient faith, and thus showing them the things that are to their peace. We ask this of Thee through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

    John Gregory provides the commentary for the Third Sunday after Pentecost within the Octave of the Sacred Heart, which this year is superseded by the Solemnity of the Most Precious Blood. Father George Leo Haydock gives us food for thought in respect to this Sunday when we encounter one of the most oft quoted passages of Sacred Scripture, the eighth verse of chapter five of the first epistle of St. Peter whereby Christ's chosen first Pope employs the imagery of the devil being like a roaring lion always on the prowl to devour souls. That is why it ties in so well with today's Gospel of the rejoicing of one sinner returning to the fold. With satan roaming it truly is a victory worth celebrating when a soul is saved from this savage unearthly beast. Redemption

    John Gregory provides an insightful inspiration on the Visitation where Our Lady dismissed all concerns for herself to minister to others, most notably her cousin St. Elizabeth who was further along in her pregnancy than Mary. Elizabeth recognized in Mary God's design for her younger cousin as did the babe in her womb - Saint John the Baptist who, though not conceived free of Original Sin was sanctified at the presence of the Babe in Mary's womb - the fetus of the God-Man. In this time when man's uncharity towards his fellow man is legend, we need to refocus on the intention for the Second Joyful Mystery - charity towards our neighbor out of our love for God. This charity is not reserved only for a select few, but all we meet. This charity is not about doing only humane things for others, but going well beyond that in doing all we can to do all in our power to see that our neighbor will save his eternal soul. This means charitably rebuking, correcting and admonishing if our neighbor has veered from the path God intended, and that means knowing our Faith so others will know it and convert. That's the greatest charity we can do for others because we do not want to see them condemned. That's what can happen as Jesus so clearly told us in St. Matthew 28: 20 and St. Mark 16: 16. John shares the meditation of The Second Joyful Mystery: The Visitation
      For this Double of the Second Class Feast of the Visitation, Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey provides an inspirational piece for that says it all about the charity our Blessed Mother extends to all in his piece. Magnficat

    Father Casimir celebrated his 25th Anniversary Friday night with a Solemn High Mass on the high altar at St. Michael's church. He is the pastor of the jewel of the CMRI, the sprawling, majestic campus of Mount Saint Michael's overlooking the city of Spokane and the winding Spokane River. He oversees a thriving parish in quite possibly the most beautiful, heavenly church in the world that still offers the true Mass. He also oversees the Academy, which continues the tradition of true Catholic education in schooling traditional Catholic students from K to 12 in forming the leaders of tomorrow to perpetuate the holy faith. On behalf of our readers around the world, we offer our warmest wishes and prayers to Father on celebrating his Silver Jubilee as a true priest, a man who truly exemplifies what a pastor should be.

    John Gregory documents how the Heart of God has always been held in special esteem. Many are under the assumption that the Sacred Heart didn't come into devotion until our Lord appeared to Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque, but Sacred Scripture and the example of David who put his heart into action for the Heart of God, shows that the Heart of God has always been the portal to true Love. Without It, one enters a black hole that one may not be able to escape unless one has love for God, and subsequently, because of that, his neighbor. One cannot attain everlasting life without love. That love begins and ends with the Most Sacred Heart Whose love knows no bounds; Whose love can move mountains; Whose love can melt the coldest of hearts, soften the hardest; Whose love was so great that It was offered to It's very last drop of blood. And this year is special for seldom does the feast of the Sacred Heart fall on the feast of the Most Precious Blood. This year the Blood reunites with the Heart, if you will, symbolic of the life that never ends, beating ever with unimaginable love for man -- so much so, that God gave of His Heart that in His human nature His love included suffering and dying on the cross - no greater love doth anyone have than to give His life that we might have eternal life. That's what the Sacred Heart is all about and no leader of men or nations will ever be successful until they realizes that as John explains in. The Heart of the Matter
      In this same vein, Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey provides an inspirational piece for this First Class Feast in encouraging all to enthrone their homes sto the Most Sacred Heart. Enthroning the Heart of Love in Our Homes

       In the tenth chapter of Book Three, the Virgin speaks to her daughter, offering assurance about the words spoken to her; and on the danger and approaching collapse of the Church, and how, unfortunately, the overseers of the Church largely devote themselves nowadays to a life of debauchery and greed and waste the goods of the Church in their pride, and how such behavior and attitude incurs the wrath of God. Consider, if you will, that these words were given a a century and a half before the devastating Protestant revolution in the sixteenth century. Now read these words in light of our present day catastrophe known as the counterfeit church of conciliarism and we can see the veracity of our Lady's warning in the mid 1300's. Oh, will we ever learn? Read Mary's words and ask what you can do: "I, the Queen of Heaven, will come to the aid of anyone who, knowing his own insufficiency, is willing to take on the task of making the Church's foundation stable and restoring the blessed vineyard that God founded with His Blood, and, together with the angels, I will root up loose roots and throw any trees without fruit into the fire and plant fruitful shoots in their stead. By this vineyard I mean the Church of God in which the two virtues of humility and divine charity must be restored." It's in our court now. Will you serve? See Our Lady's words to St. Bridget in Shining Rainbow of Redemption

    On behalf of all our readers, we sent our heartfelt congratulations to Father Brendan Legg and Father Michael Oswalt on the occasion of their Ordination to the Holy Priesthood on the feast of Sts. Peter and Paul at a Solemn Pontifical High Mass on the high altar of Mount St. Michael's Church in Spokane when His Excellency Bishop Mark Pivarunas, CMRI conferred the Sacrament of Holy Orders. These two men are the latest consecrated warriors of the Word, dedicated to preserving and perpetuating the one, true holy Faith in bringing the true Sacraments to the Faithful in the face of so much apathy and opposition to the truths and traditions of holy Mother Church. We ask God to richly bless them for their perseverance and further proof that if it is of and from God, nothing will stop it. Fr. Michael Oswalt is an excellent example of this as he was maligned, libeled and stolen from by the conciliar diocese and its alien apparatchiks because he dared to question how he could be a priest in the newchurch and say a valid Mass when, in his research, he realized it was impossible. Yet, the wolves in sheep's clothing who have infiltrated the Church over the past 50 plus years stopped at nothing to slander him and prevent him from even his just wages. Yet he was so humble and sincere that he was willing to submit to Bishop Pivarunas and, basically, start all over in formation for the true priesthood even though he had undergone the required indoctrination - erh, ah to be politically correct (which we detest) - 'seminary' training - in the conciliar confines. Because he was true to his heart and soul, he has exemplified what we all must do to be meek and humble of heart in order to make our hearts like unto the Sacred Heart. On the transferred feast of the Most Precious Blood Fr. Oswalt will confect for the first time the Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of the True Presence of Jesus Christ at his First Solemn High Mass at 8 a.m. at the Mount. Fr. Legg will do the same on the feast of St. Paul the Apostle at 8 a.m. in celebrating his first Solemn High Mass.

    In Griff Ruby's twelfth installment of his excellent YouTube Series "Sedevacantism - A Catholic Perspective", he returns to the language of that devious document of Vatican II, Lumen Gentium, and points out that who ever agreed to what it said automatically became charter members of the newchurch - a "doppelganger church" as Griff calls it and which we know it as the counterfeit church of conciliarism begun at Vatican II and from that point on no longer a member of the true Catholic Church. Thus, whatever they did from then on became invalid and illicit. And when paul iv dared to alter the Sacrament of Holy Orders in 1968 the die was cast. Yes, it is dye, but we purposely put "die" for that is what souls do who attend the novus ordo and partake of the 'sacraments' of the false church. How can they live again? Ah, that is what Griff finishes with for only those traditional bishops who have remained faithful to the truths and traditions of holy Mother Church can provide the true Sacraments instituted by Christ and not altered by man. Griff explains in Part Twelve by showing how Lumen Gentium was the point where a new branch sprouted with the doppelganger church and served to identify how so many souls were ripe to be Ripped from the True Vine.

    We want to take this opportunity to extend our heartfelt congratulations to our dear frirend Sister Mary Josephine, CMRI and Sister Mary Loretta, CMRI on reaching the milestone of 25 years as a professed Religious with their Silver Jubilee, which will be celebrated at 5 p.m. with a Pontifical High Mass by His Excellency Bishop Mark Pivarunas, CMRI on the high altar at Mt. St. Michael's on this feast of Our Mother of Perpetual Help. Also during that Mass Sister Giovanna Marie will be making her final vows in wearing the bridal wreath as a Bride of Christ. We remember fondly Sister Giovanna when she was a student at Mt. St. Michael's Academy and it shows how fruitful the traditional Catholic education is today. Sister Madelieine Marie will make her first year profession and Miss Victoria Poganatz will begin her Novitiate. Besides the above, His Excellency will celebrate his 26th Ordination Anniversary on this day. This is truly an exhilarating week at the Mount with two Pontifical High Masses this week and three special Solemn High Masses. On the Feast of Sts. Peter and Paul, His Excellency will ordain Father Brendan Legg and Father Michael Oswalt, the latter of which was a novus ordo presbyter and saw that to be a true priest he needed to flee from the conciliar church. May there be many, many more Fr. Oswalts. On Friday, the pastor of St. Michael's Father Casimir Puskorius, CMRI will celebrate his Silver Jubilee as a priest with a Solemn High Mass at 5 p.m. on the Feast of the Most Precious Blood, which this year is superseded by the Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and thus the feast is transferred to Sunday when Fr. Oswalt will celebrate his First Solemn High Mass at 8 a.m. Fr. Legg will celebrate his First Solemn High Mass at 8 a.m. on Thursday, the feast of St. Paul. Congratulations to all, and please keep them and all true priests and religious in your prayers. Besides your Masses and Rosaries, a good practice is the devotion to Our Mother of Perpetual Help

    Yes, "Cars 2" is a fictional cartoon. It's not real. Cars can't really talk. But then is there any difference between that fiction and the fiction that the conciliar church is Catholic? Of course not. They're both living in a land of cartoon fantasy. The problem is most who go to see the family G-rated animated movie know it's only make believe while those who pose as 'pope, cardinal, archbishop, bishop' and 'priest' - not to mention the countless 'deacons' and 'deaconesses' in the counterfeit church of conciliarism can't seem to realize they're just pretending. They're no more authentic than the celluloid creations Pixar presents in theaters. Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey files an article on the fantasy that conciliar 'Catholics' live out by attending the services of the novus ordo establishment. In fact, there is a much ballyhooed 'motu mess' to be carried out in Kansas City on the feast of Sts. Peter and Paul. This abomination of desolation is an afront to the holy apostles whose wrath, as Pope St. Pius V decreed, would be incurred if anything were changed. His statement "nihil innovetur" has fallen upon the deaf and deliberate ears of the infiltrators of the Church who eclipsed the Mystical Bride with Vatican II. It's all a facade and, at the same time Fathers Brendan Legg and Michael Oswalt are being ordained true priests by Bishop Pivarunas in Spokane, there will be the pretend mess in KC. The latter will be no more valid than if Tom, this editor and the kids next door said it. Pope Leo XIII said it best: "Absolutely Null and utterly void." And he was no pretender. Let's Play the Let's Pretend Game

    John Gregory provides the commentary for the Second Sunday after Pentecost from Father George Leo Haydock found in many Douay-Rheims version of the New Testament. In the short, the powerfully poignant and pertinent words in today's paragraphs from our Lord's mouth give us knowledge that He reaches out to the most disadvantage of souls for His mercy knows no bounds, but those who reject Him, who decide they do not want to partake at His banquet will find no comfort nor a place at the table. Wise words for those who are starving for the true Faith and feel the emptiness in the novus ordo. Leave the scraps and rotting menu of misery and come to the true banquet - the Traditional Latin Mass where the Holy Sacrifice is celebrated by true priests, men who have not rejected Christ's invitation. True Catholics do not hate their neighbor but love him out of their love for God as St. Paul relates in today's Epistle and one who has such love wants his neighbor to partake in the banquet offered by the Lord. The Charity of God

    Each Saturday we will bring you John Gregory's envisaging meditation on each Mystery. Today we begin with the Annunciation. What greater joy can there be than to be told by a heavenly messenger of the highest order - St. Gabriel the Archangel - that the Almighty Father has created you for all time for this moment? Chosen the Holy Ghost as your divine Spouse? and selected you, among zillions of souls, to be the mother of His only-begotten Son? This great Mystery is cause for unending joy and if there ever was a sanctification of motherhood it was in Mary's fiat that she would accept - "be it done unto me according to Thy will" - and through the full cooperation of her Immaculate and Sorrowful Heart, paved the way for God's children to gain Heaven through this living and most pure Ark of the Covenant. See First Joyful Mystery

       We continue with the inspiring and thought-provoking words imparted to St. Bridget of Sweden and approved by holy Mother Church, recorded in her work "The Prophesies and Revelations of St. Bridget of Sweden." In chapter nine of Book Three, quite possibly one of the shortest chapters yet, the Blessed Virgin Mary imparts words to St. Bridget of Sweden on how those who can see, hear and taste can see clearly in the sunlight, but in the darkness though they may not see, like the blind man, nor see, like the deaf man, nor taste, like the dead man, all have a warning system that can keep them virtuous and safe if they heed the signs. If not, many dangers can befall those who are blind, deaf and dead to grace. Not that they were not warned. Book Three, Chapter Nine: Sensing Danger

    This week we present Griff Ruby's eleventh installment of his excellent YouTube Series "Sedevacantism - A Catholic Perspective" in which he speaks about various independent and SSPX parishes that still recognize Ratzinger as the pope but refuse to go along with anything he says. So what is their situation. Good question which Griff attempts to answer in his piece about the precedent set over Bishop Nestorius. Griff points out why non-sedevacantist Masses and sacraments are nevertheless acceptible for Catholics as long as the priest is a true priest. But how do you know? Ah that is the rub, for unless the priest was ordained before 1968 or was ordained by a valid traditional bishop who practiced exclusively the Traditional Latin Mass, they would not be a true priest and therefore their mass whether it was a Motu or even a Traditional Latin Mass would be invalid -- totally invalid. Truly the people need to be aware. That is why the sedevacantist Masses and sacraments are more prudential and the more correct course as he points out in Caveat Populus .

    John Gregory asks when is enough enough? More and more everyday in society we are seeing more men sashaying right into hell and they're proud of that?!! But that is the image they bend over backward to convey in their effort to justify perversion. With a sodomite sympathizer in the White House, with several in political positions of power at all levels, with aberrant actors and athletes influencing impressionable youth, and with an apostate pope who refuses to see the elephant in the room and the sodomite pedophilia that has plagued the conciliar church, is it any wonder what has happened to our moral compass with so many openly flaunting homosexuality? Unless the people wake up soon and call it what it is, it's only going to get worse in this generation's trek toward the same damned extinction that doomed the Greeks and Romans when they gave of themselves to unnatural acts that cry out to Heaven for vengeance. In this age of diabolic disorientation, it would be wise for everyone to read what God says, political correctness be damned, for if one doesn't heed the Almighty's words, they will be damned. John provides the proof that there is nothing "gay" about sodomy in Normalizing Evil

    John Gregory provides the commentary for Trinity Sunday from Father George Leo Haydock found in many Douay-Rheims version of the New Testament. In the short, but powerfully poignant and pertinent paragraphs from our Lord's mouth in His final assurance of His protection in today's Gospel we have all we need to debunk all Protestant argumentation for Scriptura sola or Fidei sola. Their rationalizations are heresy for the Word alone will not save you, nor will Faith alone, but rather those combined through the Sacraments for only through being in the state of Sanctifying Grace can we hope to achieve Heaven. We arrive at the sacraments through Faith and we learn Faith through the Word. Consider, if you will, a three-legged stool (ideal analogy for Trinity Sunday). If one of those legs are missing the stool cannot stand. To know Jesus is to love Him and obey Him by following all He commands. "Behold I am with you all days"

    Today, Trinity Sunday this year, we begin the nine day devotion leading to and including the feast of Our Mother of Perpetual Help. It is a beautiful devotion that was approved, with the title and icon by His Holiness Pope Pius IX. If we ever needed Heaven's help, Catholics know who to ask for that help -- the very Virgin who is known as Our Mother of Perpetual Help. We'd be fools not to turn to her and this preparation period is the perfect time to do so at Devotions to Our Mother of Perpetual Help

    With today being Trinity Sunday, we wanted to bring you our second installment of our series in an effort to return to basics since too often we all make the holy Faith complicated, whereas in reality the truths and traditions of the Catholic Faith are quite simple. God doesn't complicate things, man does. We must take things on faith and the Blessed Trinity is the greatest Mystery there is. Yet, it is the most august of mysteries. And we know so because we proclaim this in the Apostles' Creed and the Nicene Creed and in all we do as Catholics in daily saying the Act of Faith, "We believe these and all the truths which the holy Catholic Church teaches, because Thou hast revealed them, Who canst neither deceive nor be deceived.". We believe in the Father, Son and Holy Ghost, The Blessed Trinity

    Saint Ephrem the Deacon, the holy Doctor and saintly Syrian who was the second chronologically to receive such a title following Saint Athanasius, was an early luminary of the Church. St. Ephrem was beloved by the faithful and one called the "Prophet of his people" and a deacon who combated heretical sects and Roman emperors, not by raising his voice in anger, but through Syriac poetry in winning the people to the Faith. His works are integral to the Syrian Church. In adherence to the Gospel, Ephrem reached out and cared for the least of his brethren leaving the 99 to go in search of the one who was lost. This dedication to the will of God and uncompromisingly living the Gospel to win souls to the Lord show why he was a clarion of clarity to those suffering from the confusion of the Arian heresy. He is affectionately known as the Harp of the Holy Ghost

    With this thirty-second lesson we begin on the Commandments -- the benchmark of discipline for all civilization. God definitely had a motive to His madness with Moses and the rest, as they say, is history. Yet sadly so many have forgotten such history and have even tried to revise it to suit their own sinful tendencies toward tolerance of sin. There are consequences for such attitudes and they don't involve altitude but rather the subterranean regions known as hell as we can see from the Bible and human history. If we do not learn from history, we are destined to repeat it and that is tragically what we are doing today. Want to stay out of that neferious nether world? Then God has provided the perfect platform to follow and which every Catholic must observe regardless of circumstance. These are not suggestions, they are commandments and the sooner all realize that, the better chance Heaven will be more populated and that is, after all, the goal of every Catholic per Christ's command in the Gospels to keep His Commandments and go out into the world and spread this truth. We see the foundation with The Ten Commandments

        After a two-week hiatus due to devoting time to the devotions leading up to Pentecost, we resume bringing you the inspiring and thought-provoking words imparted to St. Bridget of Sweden and approved by holy Mother Church, recorded in her work "The Prophesies and Revelations of St. Bridget of Sweden." In chapter eight of Book Three, the Blessed Mother speaks again to her daughter about her own perfection and excellence, and the inordinate desires of modern teachers of their false reply to the question asked them by the glorious Virgin. In this lesson the Mother of God confronts a scholar and asks him three questions of which he tries to deceive the Blessed Mother, but she knows the truth and confides to St. Bridget his fate and that of all who eschew the narrow path for the wide worldly way that leads to ruin. Definitely being a scholar does not always mean one is smart. Book Three, Chapter Eight: Stupid Scholar

    With the devotions in preparation of Pentecost we delayed our regular features and so, after a two week hiatus, we resume Griff Ruby's excellent YouTube Series "Sedevacantism - A Catholic Perspective" with his tenth segment, this one nearly nine minutes in which he points out that Traditional Catholics in the Vatican organization are actually living in a kind of dhimmitude, a concession if you will, which is the best analogy akin to living under Sharia law in an Islamic country where Christians would be tolerated to practice their Faith as long as they don't bother anyone or proseltyze - though that would be the antithesis of what Christ asks. In the same vein today we see where Catholics are tolerated in isolated corners of an organization which is now fundamentally non-Catholic. The Vatican leader, not being pope but only some lesser prelate - which points to the present occupier as not even being a bishop - can be judged by a superior, or even possibly a group of episcopal peers in the Church, and it would have canonical force, but as that has not as yet happened the obligation to avoid his obedience is not binding, other than on the level of our own individual judgment. However, if he is not a valid pope then he would not come under the protection of the standard defense of non-sedevacantists that a Pope cannot be judged. True, but a false pope? Ah, that's a different story and for that there is No Dhimmitude in the Divine Law .

    In back to back Doctors of the Church, today the Church celebrates another of the magnificent luminaries God rose up in the 4th century. The holy bishop and Doctor of the Church Saint Basil the Great also faced the intense persecutions and calumnies of the Arian bishops and suffered greatly, never complaining and living a life of austerity while his fellow Arian bishops lived high on the hog. Like his good life-long friend and fellow Doctor of the Church St. Gregory Nazianzen, he,too, came from holy stock and had two brothers who became bishops; a father, mother and sister who became saints. This Bishop of Caesarea is one of the few, along with Popes St. Leo I and St. Gregory I and St. Albert to be given the august title "Magnus" - great. For a profile of this holy Bishop and Doctor, see the Orator of Orthodoxy

    Also, we encourage you to read Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey's inspiring account of this holy Doctor who stood against heresy. "Perhaps You Have Not Met a Catholic Bishop Before"

    The holy Doctor St. Anthony is often depicted holding the Christ Child in such a loving, gentle manner, yet he was not so gentle on those who sought to deceive the faithful through heresy. When he died at age 36, church bells rang throughout Italy, in many with no human person ringing the bells. People attributed the bellringers to the angels who had come to earth to ring them as children wailed in the streets crying aloud, "Our dear father, Anthony is dead." But his spirit and on-going miraculous wonders have lived on for nearly 8 centuries. He's the patron saint of the poor and oppressed, the one many pray to when something or someone is lost. He so wanted to convert the Moors and was willing to be martyred. Where are the St. Anthonys today when the infidels are overrunning Christianity? Take a cue from the Hammer of Heretics

    Also, we encourage you to read Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey's inspiring account of this amazing Franciscan saint. St. Anthony, Help Us to Find Our Way to Heaven

    John Gregory provides the commentary for Pentecost Sunday from Father George Leo Haydock found in many Douay-Rheims version of the New Testament. Christ makes good on His Promise. He has sent His Spirit, the Paraclete, and, Deo gratias, things will never be the same again for His holy Church is officially off and running in fulfilling His command to His disciples to preach the Gospel to all. Peace He has given them to spread not as the world perceives it even today when humanism is trumpeted from the highest echelons of the conciliarists. We must return to what our Lord taught and what His chosen apostles preached without compromise. Peace is only possible when grace flows. Only then can the Sanctifier reach souls. When God withdraws His graces and blessings, corruption and corrosion follow and all man-made institutions will crumble because they are not of divine design. "He will send in My name"

    Also see Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey's inspiring piece for Pentecost Sunday From the Beginning A Mission to Convert All Men Everywhere

    Following John Gregory meditation on the Second Glorious Mystery just over a week ago, he returns with inspiration for the Solemnity of the Descent of the Holy Ghost upon the Apostles in a meditation of the Third Glorious Mystery. Fifty days after our Lord Jesus Christ conquered death and ten days after He bodily ascended into Heaven, He made good on His promise to send His Spirit. The Holy Ghost came with a rush of grace and inspiration, transforming the formerly apprehensive Apostles into men of virtuous courage who were now ready to fully take up the command Christ had given them. The charism of the Church was born that day and the Faith spread rapidly with three thousand on the first day. A glorious day it was! John provides reflections on The Third Glorious Mystery: Pentecost

    Today for the ninth and final day of this Novena to the Holy Ghost we focus on the Fruits of the Holy Ghost. These provide grace to perform good works under the inspiration of the Advocate. They contribute to pleasing not only God, but ourselves and our fellow man. These fruits enable us to be more virtuous in our lives by practicing charity, joy, peace, patience, benignity, goodness, long-suffering, mildness, faith, modesty, continency and chastity. We dare say had more followed this Counsel, having the Gift of Wisdom through the Gifts of Knowledge and Understanding with the Gift of Fortitude for having a true Holy Fear via the Gift of the Fear of the Lord they would long to practice and acquire the Gift of Piety. Tomorrow we celebrate the arrival of the Sanctifier. Let us all strive to seek these seven Gifts He so generously bestows. Ninth and Final Day of the Novena to the Holy Ghost

    With the political landscape heating up with several scrambling to prove they have what it takes to oust the devil in the White House today, we bring you an article Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey wrote three years ago which is most applicable today and shows what can be produced if we apply the Fruits of the Holy Ghost in following the counsel of past true Popes. If not, we suffer the consequences as Tom explains in Cause and Effect

    Wisdom is the Gift of the Holy Ghost highlighted today. It follows Knowledge, Understanding, and Counsel in the line of combining mind and soul. This Novena is the oldest in the Church and it was with great wisdom that it was established as a devotion for all Catholics. The Gift of Wisdom enhances all the virtues and in these dire, dark times we all need to strengthen our faith against the wiles of the principalities of perdition. We need hope to forge on and persevere so that we will keep the faith, and, though charity towards others has been twisted to mean entitlement or redistribution among a generation who feel they are owed and this is mistakenly taken as charity, true charity requires the wisdom of giving because Christ asks us to give out of love for Him, not out of guilt or because we're pressured. With these Gifts of the Holy Ghost we are able to more clearly see the narrow path - the wise path - that alone leads to eternal life by turning our back on the world, the flesh and the devil. Eighth Day of the Novena to the Holy Ghost

    The antithesis of virtue is, of course, vice and Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey files a piece on how vile the vices have become today where we are no better, perhaps far, far worse, than the most perverted of the pagan Romans. He lays it out in a no-holds barred article that brings home the point how the enemy is everywhere and only through striving to acquire the Gifts of the Holy Ghost and heeding the truths and morals of holy Mother Church can we remain unscathed from the cancer that ravages civilization today. Caligula's Got Nothing On This Crowd

    Counsel is the Gift of the Holy Ghost highlighted today. It follows Knowledge and Understanding in a natural progression of applying those two attributes to be able to convey common sense in full accord with the divine Will in whatever we do in life while always remembering to take our God-given role of passing on the truths of the Faith to others seriously. We will be held accountable before the eternal Judge for how we conducted our lives and Counsel helps us as a moral compass, so to speak, in navigating through life. It truly is a Gift we should all strive for, especially Traditional Catholics who have such a massive mission to enlighten those plunged in the darkness of the conciliar church and worldly values. Seventh Day of the Novena to the Holy Ghost

    One who exemplified this Gift was a priest who greatly influenced one of the most prolific Catholic writers in the world today - Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey. That priest Fr. John Joseph Sullivan is the subject of a nostalgic article Tom reposts from several years ago and should warm the cockles of every heart. Jackie Boy Remembered Yet Again

    Understanding is the Gift of the Holy Ghost highlighted today. Just as one would require the Gift of Knowledge as we showed yesterday, so one would want the Gift of Understanding to comprehend how the robber barons have infiltrated and usurped holy Mother Church; how the whore of Babylon tries to take the place of the Mystical Bride. It cannot last for through Understanding we know God will not allow it to continue and we realize that the Church, being the Mystical Bride of Christ, cannot err. Since those who pose as leaders of a church called 'Catholic' have erred and done so grievously and quite possibly intentionally, we know it is not Catholic. Through the Gift of Understanding we know why and we know what is truly Catholic and flee from anything that is not. Through the Gift of Understanding we can comprehend true teaching and alert others to beware of the wolves among the sheep and why the sheep have scattered for the hirelings care not for souls. This has been proven over the past fifty years and counting. The Gift of Understanding will enable us to know how to combat this apostasy in being faithful to Christ and His Church. Sixth Day of the Novena to the Holy Ghost

    Traditio has recently posted His Holiness Pope Pius IX's words from his Apostolic Letter Iam vos omnes on September 13, 1868 in preparation for convoking the only true Vatican Council that convened on December 8, 1869. The following will help all understand the heresy of Ratzinger's "subsistet in" in Lumen Gentium which officially separated the Vatican II church from the true Catholic Church. Please read excerpts of his words very carefully and pray for the Gift of Understanding:

      “No one can deny or doubt that this Jesus Christ, in order to apply the fruits of His Redemption to all generations of man, has built here on earth, upon Peter, His one, holy, Catholic and apostolic Church; and that He conferred upon her the power necessary to preserve whole and inviolate the deposit of Faith, and to transmit this same Faith to all peoples, tribes and nations, so that all men be united in her Mystcal Body through Baptism. … Wherefore, this Church, which constitutes His Mystical Body, will persist and prosper in her stable and immutable nature until the end of time.

      “Whoever carefully considers and studies the situation of the various religious communities, divided amongst themselves and separated from the Catholic Church … will be easily convinced that none of these associations – whether considered individually or taken as a whole – can in any way be seen as that One Catholic Church that Christ the Lord built and willed to exist. Neither can they in any way be considered members or part of this same Church, as long as they remain visibly separated from Catholic unity. It follows that such communities, lacking the living authority established by God to teach men – especially in Morals and matters of Faith and customs, directing and governing them in all that concerns eternal salvation – thus mutate in their doctrines and are constantly changing and instable."

    Knowledge is the Gift of the Holy Ghost highlighted today. It is through this use of thinking that we can perceive what is right and what is wrong, to know without a reasonable doubt that, if we follow God's holy will by adhering to the teachings of His true Church as passed down through divine Revelation and Tradition, we will be relatively assured we are fulfilling the divine will and will embrace prayer as a way of life, thus improving our spiritual life and opening our hearts and souls, as well as our minds, to increase this gift in our daily lives. It is through knowledge that we can see the counterfeit church of conciliarism is not Catholic and in that knowledge to not compromise one iota with a false religion, and also make it each individual's mission as Christ commands, to warn others to avoid the Novus Ordo newchurch establishment like the plague. Often the Advocate speaks in a whisper to the heart and we need to be still and listen so we will stay true to our Faith. Fifth Day of the Novena to the Holy Ghost

    In that frame of mind, Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey answers readers who think he is tearing down the Church by calling Ratzinger an apostate. Au contraire for, as he points out, it takes knowledge to know how, why, when, where and what as well as who these heretics are and what course we must take to expose them and to promote the true Faith. Tom explains in his reply Quite Right

    Fortitude is the Gift of the Holy Ghost highlighted today and it is through perseverance that we can realize our heavenly reward, but only in striving to do God's holy will in all things. Fortitude fortifies us not to worry about what will happen to our physical well being or material things and never to put merit into the approval of man but always in the approval of the Holy Trinity for that is all that really counts. All the rest don't amount to a hill of beans. Yet to sustain ourselves we need beans and other nourishment so that we can physically carry out whatever mission God appoints for each person's spiritual welfare. Fortitude enables us to accept our crosses and whatever sufferings God chooses for His children and not to question. That isn't easy. That is why the Gift of Fortitude is so vital. Fourth Day of the Novena to the Holy Ghost

    One who sadly and most tragically did not have fortitude, in fact chose as his agenda not to encourage others to carry their crosses and who abhorred suffering was Dr. Jack Kervorkian infamously known as "Dr. Death" who ironically, couldn't even take his own life but had no problem pushing the demonic euthanasia policies on others including its insidious inclusion buried within Obamacare, something the Church has always condemned. Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey weighs in on this in his article. Meeting God In The Face After Playing Him In Life

    Piety is the Gift of the Holy Ghost highlighted today and it gives one to pause and consider that if more people had piety there would be less wars, less hate, less animosity towards our fellow man and many, many more converts for man would, just through his piety, respect all that God has created. There'd be no need for ecological matters, politicians, even lawyers. Man would be in harmony with the will of God, but then who are we kidding. Few even respect the virtue of piety let alone ask it of the Sanctifier. That is one reason why our world is in such turmoil today because of the chaos in the world for the devil steers man away from humility and consequently away from God. That is why piety is so pertinent in loving God and respecting all He has deigned for the welfare of man's salvation. Third Day of the Novena to the Holy Ghost

    There is no greater means of piety than the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey provides an inspiring short piece on the liturgical progression from Christmastide to the end of Paschaltide during this time after the Ascension leading toward Pentecost and Trinity Sunday. From Bethlehem to Calvary to Heaven

    John Gregory provides the commentary for the Sunday after the Ascension from Father George Leo Haydock found in many Douay-Rheims version of the New Testament. In all things Christ must be honored and defended even if it means being persecuted for believing in Him. Our Lord conveys these final words to His disciples, foretelling of a time when the Jews and unbelievers would greatly harass and even kill them. Every apostle except for St. John suffered martyrdom. When Jesus speaks of His followers "being put out of the synagogues" what do you think they'd have to say about BeneRatz' latest schmoozing and giving credence to Caiaphas and all the faithless Jews since who persist in their error? What does he do? Not only participates, thus publicly giving scandal through his persistent heresy, but proclaims that the Jews do not need to be converted. But then what's new? In fact, he's done it so much that few recognize the apostasy in their midst. We need only read what our Lord says about it in today's Gospel. Do you think Fr. Joseph Ratzinger has read that passage? Do you really think he cares? Ah, there's the rub. All hail man! Yes, Lord, we remember that You did tell us this too would come. Perhaps we never realized how bad it would be with so many duped into actually believing Ratzinger represents You. St. Paul says today "in all things God may be honored through Jesus Christ", not man. "They have not known the Father, nor Me"

    Fear of the Lord seems to be forgotten in so many today who go about their lives without fearing what the Lord will do because of their hardened hearts and devil-may-care attitude that they can do whatever they want. Oh, will they be surprised. Let us pray it will not be too late when they realize the devil doesn't care because he already has them in his grip, but God does and if they do not develop a Holy Fear they will when they stand before their Judge and hear their sentence. Talk about fear! That is why to be truly Catholic one must fear the Lord not for the punishments He may dole to those who do not follow His divine will, but for fear of offending Him. That is where love comes into play for if we truly love God, we will care how He feels and do everything we can to alleviate the wrath of the Almighty Whose cup by now is running over with the offenses against Him and His Natural Laws. Let us pray the Holy Ghost will soften the hardened hearts, warm the cold dones, and bring them to the realization of how having a Holy Fear is a true gift of the Holy Ghost as we pray the Second Day of the Novena to the Holy Ghost

    This also dovetails with Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey's article that warns if we do not have the Fear of the Lord we will continue to count on naturalism as the answer and we know for a fact that is never the answer as Tom points out in reminding us no one can lead us to God who is a naturalist in his piece March of the Midget Naturalists

    Will we follow Christ's command posted for the Solemnity of the Ascension of the Lord by Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey on what Jesus directs His disciples to do and which must be our mission as well: Baptize All Men, Teach All Nations? Of course, such a charge from the Son of God is totally lost on Ratzinger-Benedict and his conciliar ilk who do just the opposite as has been only too obvious over the past 50 plus years, not to mention his aberrations in just the last month, as well as the neo-SSPX sell out that has members bailing daily, all visible proof at Traditio. Today we begin the oldest novena of the Church, the Novena to the Holy Ghost and if ever we needed the Advocate's help it is now when souls and hearts have hardened and grown lukewarm in their comfort zones, which surely can't be pleasing to the Sanctifier. In the face of this ennui to the spiritual crisis that has caused so much destruction to body and soul since the death of the last true Pope on October 9, 1958, we ask when will we wake up from this free fall and grab the parachute God offers? If only we would reach out and make the effort to save not only our own souls but those of our fellow man, we'd see a tremendous change in attitude and conversions. It is what Christ commands us to do and that command begins with the only ones who have the jurisdiction and authority to provide the true sacraments to souls - the traditional bishops who hold the key to returning sanity and sanctity. Let us pray the Holy Ghost will touch them and move them to set aside their petty differences and be the apostles we need them to be, that God needs them to be. Let us dedicate this nine day Novena to our true shepherds with the First Day of the Novena to the Holy Ghost

    Forty days after rising from the dead, the Son of God returns to the Father as He said He would, but He has promised His Spirit would be with His disciples until the consummation of the world. That assurance we have in ten days when we celebrate the birthday of His Holy Church on Pentecost. Today we celebrate His glorious Ascension into Heaven where He remains until He returns as He promised. As we discussed last week, when that will be no one knows, but He has given us the signs that the time is near from His discourse in the Gospel of St. Matthew and indeed much of what He foretold has come to pass including the "abomination of desolation" which we can clearly see is the abominable Novus Ordo 'missae', which is also in lockstep with the New World Order (novus ordo seclorum) that will adopt satan as their leader once all are under his control. No wonder Jesus said aloud His curiosity of whether there will be any faith left when the Son of man returns. Food for thought as we celebrate this Holy Day of Obligation where, following the Gospel, the Paschal candle is extinguished and then removed. For those not able to get to Holy Mass today or not having the true Mass available to them, we invite you to pray at home and provide the missal for this day at Ascension of Our Lord and we encourage you to read Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey's inspiring piece for this Solemnity with Baptize All Men, Teach All Nations

    John Gregory provides inspiration for the Solemnity of the Ascension of Our Lord into Heaven in a meditation of the Second Glorious Mystery. The Son of God has gone to prepare a place for us, and thus the effects of the Ascension remain an on-going mystery for Christ continues to prepare for us at the Father's right hand and in that wondrous news is extended the greatest hope to all for where Christ has gone He waits for us to follow in a place of everlasting happiness for those who are obedient to His teachings and cooperate with the divine Will. Just as Jesus left instructions for His Apostles, He has left us inerrant instructions that, if we follow fully, will assure us of being with Him forever. John provides reflections on The Second Glorious Mystery: The Ascension

    On this first day of the month of the Sacred Heart, Rogation Wednesday, Vigil of the Ascension and feast of the holy virgin St. Angela Merici, we bring you Griff Ruby's ninth seven and a half minute vignette out of his sixteen-part YouTube Series "Sedevacantism - A Catholic Perspective". Griff points out the importance of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass which is and always will be the Immemorial Apostolic Mass of All Times and said completely in Latin. It is not the Motu or Indult or any hybrid concocted by the 'contuity of diversity' jargon coming out of modernist Rome; it is not the ordinary or extraordinary form, but rather the ONLY form set in stone for all time by the infallible, dogmatic decrees of the Council of Trent and codified by His Holiness Pope St. Pius V in Quo Primum. The Traditional Latin Mass is the life and heartbeat of the Church. This Mass and this Mass alone is the sign of unity among real Catholics, the way that all real Catholics identify themselves. Griff understands that not all have such a treasure near them and he encourages those who don't to try to make it as often as possible, even if it is once a month and that those who truly want to identify themselves as real Catholics will stay away from the Protestantized services - even if they use the moniker of 'mass' but are fully in tune with the heretical Vatican II. Only those who exclusively attend the true Latin Mass or those Eastern Rites which were in union with Rome prior to Vatican II and refused to go along with the changes, can be considered real Catholics because the Novus Ordo changed the law of belief. Thus, the new law of belief is different from true Catholic belief. By attending the Novus Ordo, one is demonstrating that one is outside the true Church in the same manner Catholics went along with Henry VIII in the sixteenth century. There is only One True Mass

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