O Christ Jesus, I acknowledge Thee to be the King of the universe; all that hath been made is created for Thee. Exercise over me all Thy sovereign rights. I hereby renew the promises of my Baptism, renouncing satan and all his works and pomps, and I engage myself to lead henceforth a truly Christian life. And in an especial manner do I undertake to bring about the triumph of the rights of God and Thy Church, so tfar as in me lies. Divine Heart of Jesus, I offer Thee my poor actions to obtain the acknowledgment by every heart of Thy sacred kingly power. In such wise may the kingdom of Thy peace be firmly established throughout all the earth.
    (This PRAYER TO CHRIST THE KING carries Plenary Indulgence on the usual conditions, once daily)

        The sole and whole reason America and the world are in such dire straits today is simple: They have rejected Jesus Christ our divine Savior as the Sovereign King of all His subjects. It is not good to make the King mad and that is what man has done by his blatant disregard for His rules and veering from the only Church He established upon earth. The Judases in Rome, who have betrayed him over the past 50 years - as you could readily read in our last edition on the 50 Years of Apostasy - must be held accountable for failing miserably on their watch. For nearly two millennia the Beacon of hope stood above the swirling sewer of secularism to millions upon millions for the Church extended her beam universally, offering refuge to the wanderer, to the lost. The lightkeeper, vigilant through the centuries, began to lose focus. The rays became dimmer as the storm grew stronger. In the last 50 years, maintenance of the lighthouse had been neglected. Cracks appeared in the walls. The once impenetrable fortress on the rock began showing stress signs. The stable gate buckled, the seams became a sieve. The structure collapsed as apostate waves lashed against her foundation. Countless souls who were abandoned, abandoned the Rock. They abandoned their King. Only a few remained loyal in much the same way as the King prophesied in St. Luke 18: 8:

      "And will not God revenge His elect who cry to Him day and night: and will He have patience in their regard? I say to you, that He will quickly revenge them. But yet the Son of man, when He cometh, shall He find, think you, faith on earth?"

        There are still a few faithful and we hope you are among those who have been given the grace to truly see, to truly connect the dots. We hope and pray Bishop Richard Williamson will awake from the "recognize and resist" malaise and perhaps the split with Bishop Bernard Fellay will have such an effect. We bring you Bishop Williamson's Response to his expulsion by Fellay in this abbreviated Christ the King Edition taking us up to the Solemnity of All Saints. We begin with the celebration of our Sovereign King on the last Sunday of October, in which we bring you two Haydock Commentaries provided by John Gregory for Christ the King and 22nd Sunday after Pentecost and Pope Pius XI magnificent encyclical Quas Primas. As promised in our last 50 Years of Apostasy edition in bringing you 62 Reasons why you must Say No to the Novus Ordo, in this edition we bring you two salvific features: 77 Graces of the True Mass where we focus on the grace-giving alternatives to The Great Apostasy also with The Alter Christus Factor...for God has not abandoned His children.

        We purposely present some articles to wake you up to the consequences of sin and the consequences of not connecting the dots, both in what Jesus says in holy Writ and prophesy as well as the demonic path the current POTUS candidate for re-election is taking us. These are intended to scare the bejabbers out of souls who fail to realize not only the evils of Halloween, but the fatal siren of the world, the flesh and the devil for God can only take so much as you'll see in The Prophesies of St. Bridget of Sweden, as well as John Gregory's fourth and final part on Christ's clarity in St. Matthew 25: 41-46 on the fate of those who fail Him in The Hell There Is and Paul Kokoski's piece titled Dark Clouds on the Horizon. And as a reminder, we link our last edition on 50 Years of Apostasy which should scare every conciliar Catholic straight. And we also remind you of your responsibility to vote for it is truly time to wake up as you'll see in graphic that exposes who the POTUS really is.

        We also indicated in our last edition that it could be our last regular edition if more souls do not donate. Well, unfortunately the response has been so disappointing, merely reinforcing the apathy that is out there and the hardened hearts. Thus, in our November edition we will bring you the full liturgy for the month along with the appointed prayers for the month of the Holy Souls of Purgatory, but little else in the way of features until we can raise more funds. We are considering other options from becoming either a resource only site or possibly a subscription based publication. Your response holds the answers as we do research into the course we have no choice but to make. We make a final plea below.

    We remind you of the importance of the Holy Rosary, especially during this 40 Days of Prayer and Fasting and also to continue saying the beautiful Prayer to St. Joseph during October to accompany the Rosary for it was prescribed by Pope Leo XIII since Mary's earthly spouse is also the Patron of the Universal Church and it is to him whom we turn, not the false shepherds in wolves' clothing who gathered at the Synod in Modernist Rome this month. We also encourage you to sign up for our twitter feeds so you'll be on top of anything that breaks and keep up with news, features, events, devotions and the liturgy for each day.

        The days are dwindling with 10 days and counting to go and thus, we remind you again of the dire need to continue the 40 Days of Prayer & Fasting for as we have said so often, the very soul of a nation is at stake. We should recall the Lord's promise to Solomon in 2 Paralipomenon 7: 14:

      "And My people, upon whom My Name is called, being converted, shall make supplication to Me, and seek out My face, and do penance for their most wicked ways: then will I hear from Heaven, and will forgive their sins and will heal their land. My eyes also shall be open, and My ears attentive to the prayer of him that shall pray in this place."

       Also see what previous reliable Popes and Theologians of the Church say about voting at Truth or Consequences

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The royalty of Christ rests upon a twofold basis. He is our King by right of birth and by right of conquest. The first refers us to the personality of the son of God, whereby, in His divine nature as God, and, by virtue of the hypostatic union, He is the sovereign Lord and Master. The second places before us the God-man coming down on earth to to rescue fallen man from the slavery of Satan, and by the labors and sufferings of His life, and passion, and death to win a glorious victory for us over sin and hell. A special liturgical feast in honor of the Kingship of our Lord Jesus Christ, to be celebrated throughout the world on the last Sunday in October, was instituted at the end of the Holy Year Of Jubilee by His Holiness Pius XI. The Pontiff points out in his encyclical letter on this occasion that people are instructed in the truths of faith, and brought to appreciate the inner joys of religion far more effectually by the annual celebration of our sacred mysteries than by any pronouncement, however weighty, of the teaching of the ...More

We must render to Caesar the things that are Caesar's, i.e., observe the law of Justice, and render to God the things that are God's, i.e., the soul made in the image of its Creator must render to Him the tribute of adoration and obedience. On this Sunday, one of the last of the ecclesiastical year, the Church is full of thought "of the day of Christ" (Epistle) or of the approaching end of the world. "If the Lord considers our iniquities, who will stand before Him?" (Introit). Wherefore the liturgy speaks to us of divine mercy (Introit, Secret). But, to obtain it we must be full of mercy ourselves. "It is good and pleasant indeed for brothers to be united" (Gradual). In the hour of danger, let us use the prayers of the Church which have an eminently social and fraternal character, and which will 22nd Sunday after Pentecost

We continue 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 Double of the First Class Solemnity of Christ the King Father Haydock provides all the proof necessary to illustrate the Sovereign Kingship of Christ over all in Heaven and on earth; something lost on most who inhabit this planet. St. Paul, in addressing the Colossians, gives an adept explanation of why Jesus is King once and for all and the Lord affirms this when confronted by Pilate for it confirms that he was betrayed by one and put to death by another. Our Lord asserts that His kingdom is not of this world and if we are to remain His loyal subjects we must unite with Him in suffering so that we may be worthy through His merits to enjoy eternal life in His kingdom as can be seen in Uncompromising Loyalty to our King

On December 11, 1925 His Holiness Pope Pius XI decreed to the Universal Church that the last Sunday of October would be the Double of the First Class Feast of Christ the King. As such, it supersedes the 23rd Sunday after Pentecost, submitting the latter to merely a commemoration. This feast was initiated to remind the world that Christ is our Sovereign King and we all must pay due homage to our heavenly king by being obedient servants and strive to establish His kingdom - the Social Reign of Jesus Christ here on earth. His Holiness declared this in his Encyclical Quas Primas. There follows after the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass the Sacred Consecration of the Human Race to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. All kneel in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament and, with the priest, recite the consecration; then the Litany of the Sacred Heart and Benediction. Those in the state of Sanctifying Grace by making a good Confession within eight days and worthily receiving Holy Communion receive a plenary indulgence in praying the Consecration.

This special feature is provided by John Gregory with the Haydock Commentary found at the bottom of each page of the Douay-Rheims Bible. For the Twenty-Second Sunday after Pentecost Fr. George Leo Haydock compiles commentaries on most verses of today's Epistle and Gospel that should hit home with the upcoming election considering the whole religious liberty heresy that so many Americans have bought into. Yes, we must render to Caesar the things that are Caesar's, but too few realize the more important to render to God the things that are God's. We are all God's children, ergo His. The democratic system established in the U.S. has more and more forgotten that and incurred moral corruption in every venue of society, government and ecclesially. St. Paul pleads in his Epistle to not look for temporal treasures, but rather spiritual treasures. In this time when there is global economic collapse and terrorism throughout let us pray more take that advice. And in the Gospel, perhaps the best advice we can glean from today's commentaries in the Gospel and Epistle are the warning words of St. Athanasius, Pope Clement XIV, and St. Ambrose. When we go into the voting booth remember the latter's words, "A good emperor is within the Church, but not above the Church." The "emperors" who have been ruling are not within the Church. Yay, they are enemies of Christ. Enough is enough! Stand for the faith and render all priorities to God. "Render to God the things that are God's"

On this day we celebrate two Apostles Saint Simon and Saint Jude Thaddeus, most probably because some historians have them being martyred together. The name of Simon occurs in all the passages of the Gospel and Acts, in which a list of the Apostles is given. To distinguish him from St. Peter he is called (Matthew 10:4; Mark 3:18) Kananaios, or Kananites, and Zelotes (Luke 6:15; Acts 1:13). Both surnames have the same signification and are a translation of the Hebrew qana (the Zealous). The name does not signify that he belonged to the party of Zealots, but that he had zeal for the Jewish law, which he practised before his call. St. Jerome and others wrongly assumed that Kana was his native place; were this so, he should have been called Kanaios. The Greeks, Copts, and Ethiopians identify him with Nathanael of Cana; the first-mentioned also identify him with the bridegroom of the marriage of Cana, while in the "Chronicon paschale" and elsewhere he he is identified with Simon Clopas. The Abyssinians accordingly relate that he suffered crucifixion as the Bishop of Jerusalem, after he had preached the Gospel in Samaria. Where he actually preached the Gospel is uncertain. Almost all the lands of the then known world, even as far as Britain, have been mentioned; according to the Greeks, he preached on the Black Sea, in Egypt, Northern Africa, and Britain, while, according to the Latin "Passio Simonis et Judae" - the author of which was (Lipsius maintains) sufficiently familiar with the history of the Parthian Empire in the first ...More

We've been expecting it for years. It's been building to a boil and only a boiled frog would not recognize the inevitable. Since 1983 many scratched their heads that the elect within the Society didn't see the inevitable that recognizing and resisting never works. Never has, never will. "The Nine" understood this and acted according to de fide logic and sensus Catholicus . So also have several since, especially over the past year when they did, in fact, connect the dots. Now we can only hope and pray that with all the chaos within the SSPX, wiser heads will realize there is only one answer to the solution: The Chair is empty. If not, then as the Society has said for so many years, What we believed before that we thought was right is now wrong. You know they would never say that, but how then can they reconcile with wrong? They can't and still remain Catholic. That is one of the main points Bishop Richard Williamson brings out in his official response to the following Communiqué approved by Superior General Bishop Bernard Fellay of the Society of St. Pius X in which Bishop Williamson turns the tables and calls for Fellay to step down for Williamson refuses to recognize an unjust expulsion as you'll see in his Open Letter to Bishop Fellay on an "Exclusion"

While last edition we pointed out, per the teachings of the Church, the 62 reasons why no one should attend a Novus Ordo service, we want to share 77 reasons why you must attend, for the sake of your salvation the infrangible, infallible and immemorial Mass of All Ages - the Traditional Apostolic Latin Mass, also known as the Tridentine Mass, but always and forever the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass carried out for the four ends of Adoration, Expiation, Thanksgiving and Petition. This Latin Mass of the Roman Rite was infallibly decreed to be said "in perpetuity" by Pope Saint Pius V in codifying the infallible decrees of the dogmatic Council of Trent. These graces are taken from Father Martin von Cochem's Explanation of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass with an imprimatur by New York's Archbishop Michael Augustin on June 24, 1818 during the Pontificate of Pope Pius VII. Listed here are not just reasons, but 77 graces derived when we devoutly assist at the Holy Sacrifice as detailed here 77 Graces derived from Participation at the Mass of All Ages

There is true meaning in the Ordinary of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass - the Immemorial Mass of Tradition - the Traditional Latin Mass. Each action corresponds with the priest serving as - the alter Christus - in re-enacting an action by or to Our Lord as being an exposition of the Agony, Death and Passion of our Divine Lord from Holy Thursday night until forty days after His resurrection, when He gave the final command to the Apostles to go forth and preach the Gospel to the world. These reasons are taken from The Catholic Church Alone: The One True Church of Christ, Catholic Education Company, New York, 1902, page 551. If you cannot follow the Mass with a missal, then you can meditate on Christ's Passion below throughout the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass with The Alter Christus Factor

Let us remember in this Feria Mass that we must render to Caesar the things that are Caesar's, i.e., observe the law of Justice, and render to God the things that are God's, i.e., the soul made in the image of its Creator must render to Him the tribute of adoration and obedience. This Feria Mass the Church is full of thought "of the day of Christ" (Epistle) or of the approaching end of the world. "If the Lord considers our iniquities, who will stand before Him ?" (Introit). Wherefore the liturgy speaks to us of divine mercy (Introit, Secret). But, to obtain it we must be full of mercy ourselves. "It is good and pleasant indeed for brothers to be united" (Gradual). In the hour of danger, let us use the prayers of the Church which have an eminently social and fraternal character, and which will by heard by God, the author of all charity (Collect) as King Assuerus heard the prayers of Queen Esther (Offertory). Remembering in these days that the love of God and of our neighbor gives to the mind a greater understanding of divine things, "let then our charity increase more and more in light and in intelligence" that we may resist the more terrible assaults of the enemy. The Gospel recalls to us a ...More

In Book Four, Chapter Ten of the revelations and prophesies of the holy mystic St. Bridget of Sweden is visited by Jesus Christ Himself Who directly addresses Rome, here clearly being His Church in which even then many in the hierarchy had placed obstacles in His path which Our Lord identifies as a heavy rock hung over Him, a sharp spear that blocks His path to reach souls, and a moat in which they seek to drown their Lord and Savior in favor of the world, the flesh and the devil. We can easily read this today in the light of the present situation with the Great Apostasy over the past fifty years to better understand the consequences of those who persist in their sin for Jesus counters with His Own rock that will crush them via sudden death where they will have to account to their Maker on why they wiled away their lives in frivolous things, His Own spear that will serve as Justice and slice them off from eternal life, and finally the moat becomes for them the lugubrious lake of hell. He reminds that sin is still sin and nothing changes and, despite God's mercy, if they choose to live in sin, so also Unrepentant sinners shall die in their sins

John Gregory completes his four part series on chapter 25 of the Gospel of St. Matthew in which Jesus speaks clearly of the existence of hell and the consequences of man's free will actions in so far as he condemns himself. Halloween has become the scariest day of the year if one doesn't count tax day. For some reason the populace 'likes' to be scared. Since that's the case, what follows in St. Matthew 25: 41-46 should scare the bejeebers out of them. It should, but the vast majority have been so dumbed down to not realize the significance and consequence of Christ's words that sin separates man from God and it is not God's fault but man's if they would be included in that group told to depart from His Presence and be cursed forever in the eternal fires of hell. If those words from the Son of God are not the scariest words and scenario anyone could ever imagine, then they are already zombies. The devil's greatest accomplishment has been to convince souls that he doesn't exist so they will not think to don the armor of God as St. Paul warns in Ephesians 6, but Our Lord's words are clear proof he does indeed exist and one should be very careful about being frightened to death! John applies the Angelic Doctor St. Thomas Aquinas arguments as to hell's very existence. The consequences or rewards are determined by man's own free will on how he chose to live his brief time on earth as John lays out in part four of The Hell There Is

If that didn't scare you enough into heeding God's holy Will, then a review of what we published below should scare you straight with the Commemoration of the Commiseration of the Commencement of the Modernists' Revolution

In several traditional chapels today, there is the observance of the Vigil of All Saints for All Hallows Eve. This day was actually established to honor the many martyrs who gave their lives for Christ and His Church. Evolved through the centuries, this explains why this feast is taken from the Common of the Martyrs. The preparing by a solemn vigil for the celebration of All Saints' Day, probably dates from the Eighth Century, when November 1st was fixed for the celebration of the feast. The fast on this vigil is of universal observance. As on other vigils Holy Mass is celebrated in purple vestments, and the liturgy throughout is of a penitential ...More

On this All Hallows Eve we should be preparing for the Solemnity of All Saints since it signals the month dedicated to the poor holy souls in Purgatory; a place where we, too, will someday most probably join them unless we have lived a holy life and receive a go-directly-to-Heaven card if we would be pure enough to receive a passing grade at our Particular Judgment. Yet it becomes harder and harder to avoid purgation, especially when so many moral relativists corrupt the spiritual symphony God is conducting. As the cacaphony crescendoes we can see so many headed for the abyss of hell and so few to warn them. Contributing writer Paul Kokoski offers a wake-up call to scare and silence these hollow-whiners who have become so complacent to what God intended for them. Paul alerts all to the moral relativism that rules so many today through 'political correctness' run amok. Too many look for heroes in all the wrong places while few realize the real heroes are right there with them at all times - the saints whose lives have given all the ideal blueprint to holiness and assurance of eternal life. Yet, because of man's fallen human nature, the seven deadly sins seem to hold sway pulling way too many towards the world, the flesh and the devil; and it is through sloth, both temporally and spiritually, that he prompts man to whine all the more. In so doing, man becomes even more lukewarm and a candidate for being regurgitated from the Lord's mouth; something no one in their right mind would ever wish for. However, by the words and actions of so many, they seem to desire the sewer over the penthouse, if you will. That is why Christ calls His faithful ones to go into the vineyard for there is much to do and so little time left for the terrible storm is inevitable, seen so clearly by the Dark Clouds on the Horizon

       We have very, very little time to truly stand up for what we believe in or we can just bow to the enemies of Christ, who are our enemies as well and they are out to destroy the holy Faith the Son of God established for all time as His one True Church. Do we apologize or do we say "political correctness" go to hell?! Guess it takes a brave Austrian to set America and Catholics straight. We have a choice, but if we don't make the right choice we will have no more choices left. Stand up to the infidels and reclaim Christendom by voting out of office anyone who is against what Jesus preached and has been passed down through His One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church from St. Peter through Pope Pius XII. Realize the four-headed monster of Islam, Masonry, Communism and Modernism that we are up against, then vote out anyone who espouses socialist (Communist) agendas or promotes the killing of the unborn and the legitimacy/normalcy of the perverted sin of homosexuality. Vote out of office anyone who promotes the Masonic agenda or kowtows to being bullied by Mohammedans or bows to them. Below is an excellent exposé of Islam that needs to be seen far and wide so souls will wake up before it is too late. It is not meant to incite to anger, but to stir your soul to pray for those who are trapped in cults that preach violence and death. The author quotes Our Lord's words in St. John 14: 6 and, though it is from the King James Version, the Douay-Rheims is basically the very same. "I am the Way, and the Truth, and the Life. No man cometh to the Father, but by Me."

    We have very little time to dilly dally. Souls are at stake and if we're not willing to don the armor of God as St. Paul directs in Ephesians and fight the good fight, then say hello to the devil because he's already logged you into his camp. Pope St. Pius V rallied all of Christendom to pray Mary's holy Rosary. Heaven heard and responded with an overwhelming defeat of the Turks in 1571. Now, 441 years later imagine the victory ahead if we do the same.
    Also remember that with the influence of the UN and America's failure to reject this godless organization, that we face:

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