Today is the feast of the holy Doctor of the Church St. Peter Canisius with the Proper for the Mass In medio Ecclesiae available in both Latin and English. He was the first German Jesuit and a key expert in the dogmatic Council of Trent and was a key factor following it in reconverting countless Protestants during the Counter-Reformation for there is only one true Church and no man can refute what Christ set in stone. This wisdom was fueled by the energy of the Holy Ghost and prompted Canisius onward to spread the holy Faith throughout his homeland. Think of it, if only the Rhineland had produced orthodox men like him in the late 1800's and 1900's we may never have had the consequences we have had of Vatican Two and the subsequent Great Apostasy for the Tiber would not have been polluted by the Hegelians and Modernists pouring forth from the Rhine. For more on this courageous Doctor of the Church, see Windmill of Wisdom
  • Ordinary of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass for today's Holy Mass for a Low Mass

  • Proper for the Double Feast of St. Peter Canisius, Holy Doctor of the Church In medio Ecclesiae

  • The Holy Doctor of the Church St. Peter Canisius is considered the Second Apostle of Germany after St. Boniface. He is also called Windmill of Wisdom

  • During Paschaltide the Angelus is replaced by the Regina Coeli Prayer

  • Bigamy, if you will, in the CONciLIAR hierarchy since this false church will now have two 'popes' living in Vatican City. Kind of like the Doublemint twins - you know, "Two, two, twice the refreshment" - except there's nothing refreshing about apostates occupying the sacred grounds of the Vatican. Ratzinger to return. Will sparks fly?

  • Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey provides a potpourri of apostasies - the kind that run the gamut towards the abyss in his piece Rocketing To The Very Depths of Hell

  • NovusOrdoWatch links the answers to the Modernists' last-ditch defense tactic of "Who are YOU to judge who is a Heretic?" for they fail to realize Liberalism is definitely deadly to the soul. See Liberalism is a Sin

  • Irish watchdog Ian Elliot, who uncovered the fetid rot of pedophilia in Ireland, is now heading down under to turn Australia upside down in cleaning up the Aussie's pedophilia and sodomite problems that Pell surely hasn't curbed. The problem is that Elliot should head straight to Rome to clean out the festering sewer of conciliarism for it's true, the fish stinks from the head. See After cleaning up clerical abuse in Ireland, it's Australia's turn

  • The real story behind the chicanery of the cabal to force through Nostra aetate thanks to the false popes and a devilish fellow from Florence as Dr. Carol Byrne reveals in part four of her series on Giorgio La Pira: A Catholic Communist La Pira's Preferential Option for the Jews

  • A slew of sources provided by NovusOrdoWatch are enough to alert those neo-Catholics with the thrill up their leg over Mr. Bergoglio the unFrancis to realize that quoting a Catholic truth now and then still doesn't make him a Catholic, let alone a consecrated cleric. Is the Old Modernist Strategy Still Working?

  • As head of toothless USCCB, 'cardinal' Timothy Dolan, whom Traditio refers to as the "laughing cow", is mum on why he sold out to the Obama Administration on Contraceptive and Abortion Mandate. But should we be surprised? Dolan seems to have sold out long ago to the devil and, come to think of it, what's the difference between satan and obama? See Dolan & USCCB Withdraw Subpoena. Why?

  • NovusOrdoWatch provides the link to In the Spirit of Chartres which provides Gerry Matatics' interview in which he exposes more on Mr. Bergoglio the unFrancis with The Real Francis I

  • Karl D. Keller with part four on the second hour of the Little Office of the Blessed Virgin Mary: Lauds

  • John Gregory features a special for the feast of St. Mark featuring Holy Griffin of the Gospels

  • Chapter Thirty-Nine of Book Four of Prophesies and Revelations to St. Bridget of Sweden deals with the goodness of the lion in respect to the lamb as we see in This Lion ain't lyin'!

  • Griff Ruby with part four of "Sedes Say So!" on how we cannot excuse our ignorance of the Faith. God expects us to understand as Griff explains in Your Duty to Know

  • Bishop Mark Pivarunas on Miters that Matter as he emphasizes the importance of True Reverence for the Most Blessed Sacrament of the Altar

  • St. Anselm was a French Bishop and Doctor of the Church who conquered the Brits with love and served as Archbishop of Canterbury. He laid the foundation for the Angelic Doctor a century later and is regarded as the Father of Scholasticism

  • Haydock Commentary on Christ revealing to the Apostles at the Last Supper what is to come. This is provided by John Gregory for Haydock for Third Sunday after Easter

  • Nine-minute sermon by Fr. Benedict Hughes, CMRI for Jubilation Sunday Módicum

  • Previous editions since last August in Archives and Ports of Call

  • Don't forget to pray as often as possible the Holy Rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary

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The Fatima Prayers
My God, I believe, I adore, I trust and I love Thee; and I beg pardon for those who do not believe, do not adore, do not trust, and do not love Thee.
(repeat the above 3 times then bow your head in reciting the following:)

    O Most Holy Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Ghost, I adore Thee profoundly. I offer Thee the most Precious Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ, present in tabernacles throughout the world, in reparation for the outrages, sacrileges and indifference by which He is offended. By the infinite merits of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, in unison with the Immaculate Heart of Mary, I beg the conversion of poor sinners.

    O Most Holy Trinity, I adore Thee! My God, my God, I love Thee in the Most Blessed Sacrament!

    O my Jesus, it is for love of Thee, in reparation for the offenses committed against the Immaculate Heart of Mary and for the conversion of poor sinners.

Regina Coeli

Queen of Heaven, rejoice, Alleluia.
For He Whom thou was made worthy to bear. Alleluia.
Hath risen as He said. Alleluia.
Pray for us to our God. Alleluia.
V. Rejoice and be glad, O Virgin Mary. Alleluia.
R. For the Lord hath risen indeed. Alleluia.

Let us pray.
O God, Who through the resurrection of Thy Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ, hast vouchsafed to make glad the whole world, grant us, we beseech Thee, that, through the intercession of the Virgin Mary, His Mother, we may attain the joys of eternal life. Through the same Christ our Lord. Amen.

Regina Coeli laetare. Alleluia.
Quia quem meruisti portare. Alleluia.
Resurrexit sicut dixit. Alleluia.
Ora pro nobis Deum. Alleluia.
V. Gaude et laetare, virgo Maria. Alleluia.
R. Quia surrexit Dominus vere. Alleluia.

Deus, qui per resurrectionem Filii tui, Domini nostri Iesu Christi, mundum laetificare dignatus es: praesta, quaesumus; ut, per eius Genetricem Virginem Mariam, perpetuae capiamus gaudia vitae. Per eundem Christum Dominum nostrum. Amen.

This year we bookend the week with Doctors of the Church with Sunday's feast of St. Anselm and today's feast of St. Peter Canisius. This Dutch-born Jesuit priest played a key role in the landmark dogmatic and canonical Council of Trent and in debating the Protestant heresies while whirling through his native Netherlands and Germany, Austria, Bohemia and Poland. He was a great eloquent preacher sought by prince and pauper alike. He served as mediator between Holy Roman Emperors and Popes. He also founded the University of Fribourg in 1580. One of his most famous works was "Manual of Catholics" and he is referred to as the "Second Apostle of Germany," giving way only to the great Saint Boniface as the "First Apostle of Germany." Because of his efforts, the counter-reformation was a resounding success in Bavaria. He was truly the Windmill of Wisdom.

There are many devotions we can practice throughout the day, but one of the most efficacious of these, besides the holy Rosary, is the Little Office of the Blessed Virgin Mary which Karl D. Keller is anxious to share with all. There are various versions - long ones and short ones - dedicated to Our Lady and it is the intention here to share the approved devotion with Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur from over a century ago with readers. Here Karl presents the second hour of the Little Office of the Blessed Virgin Mary: Lauds, which means "Praise." It is much shorter than Matins and can be said at the appointed hour of 3 a.m. but if one needs sleep it can be added after Matins or at dawn before Prime or, if one so desires, to say it continually with the other hours in succession. Lauds

April 25 is the feast of the holy Evangelist Saint Mark, represented by the Angelic Lion foreseen in the Old Testament by the Prophet Ezechiel when the latter received a glorious vision of the four Evangelists and their purpose which comprised the entire first chapter of the Prophesy of Ezechiel. These winged creatures, who many believe were angels in the prophet's vision, foresaw St. Matthew depicted as a human angel, St. Mark as the winged lion - or, in heraldic terms, a griffin, St. Luke as the winged ox, and St. John as the glorious eagle all with the purpose of spreading the news of the Messiah Who sat upon the throne of Heaven. It is said St. Mark received his moniker, if you will, from his description of St. John the Baptist of whom the evangelist begins his gospel in St. Mark 1: 2-3, "As it is written in Isaias the prophet: Behold I send my angel before thy face, who shall prepare the way before thee. A voice of one crying in the desert: Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make straight His paths." John Gregory cites the Catholic Encyclopedia's claim that St. Mark wrote from St. Peter's point of view for he wrote what was preached by Simon-Peter, Petrus - the Rock upon which Christ established His only true Church on earth for all time as He promised and as was foretold in the Old Covenant. Holy Griffin of the Gospels

In Book Four of Chapter Thirty-Nine of the Prophesies and Revelations of the holy mystic St. Bridget of Sweden, the Blessed Virgin Mother speaks with her divine Son how much the bride - St. Bridget - is like a lamb that places so much trust in the lion (Christ) that she is willing to put her head in His mouth. St. Bridget hears Christ's answer and His request to His Mother to explain further of the reasons why this is good as Our Lady illustrates the meaning to the bride of how the lion and the lamb tie is so perfectly, and how God permits some things to happen because of human ingratitude and impatience that otherwise would not happen to them. This Lion ain't lyin'!

Griff Ruby presents part four of his series and points out that many do not realize how important it is for the salvation of one's soul to understand what being Catholic truly means. It is not just doing as one is told without realizing that what one may be instructed to do is wrong. That is how dictators and despots rise to power, that is how heresies spread, that is how the Great Apostasy implanted itself in the fabric of the Church and society in our times. It wasn't as important to souls as it should be and many sloughed it off as, "oh, well" when the pull of the world, the flesh and the devil occupied their every waking moment instead of God and things of Heaven. That and the fact that Catholics simply took for granted they knew their faith. Let's be honest. If we did, would Vatican Two really have seen the light of day? Back then we could blame it on the Bishops and periti but 50 years later those who still cling to the conciliar clutches have no excuses. Griff explains in part four Your Duty to Know

His Excellency Bishop Mark Pivarunas, CMRI focuses on the mystery of the Most Blessed Sacrament of the Altar and the stark contrast of the awe and reverence afforded the True Presence of Our Lord and Savior compared with the travesty of the Novus Ordo with atrocities galore that not only scandalize but veer greatly from what was set in stone at the dogmatic Council of Trent. His Excellency details the reason why true priests take such caution and reverence for the Blessed Sacrament, something so sorely missing today in the Novus Ordo lodges, which only reinforce the Traditional Catholic stance that what the Conciliar church offers is invalid and totally null and void as is obvious in. True Reverence for the Most Blessed Sacrament of the Altar

April 21st is the traditional feast of the holy Doctor of the Church and Bishop Saint Anselm who was a crusader against lay investiture, fiercely loyal to Rome and to his vocation as a priest who loved his flocks. They rewarded him by fiercely standing behind him against mighty temporal kings. He was a Frenchman who conquered the Brits with love. He was the father of Scholastic Theology. He was the holy doctor from Piedmont whose writings and teachings became an important barometer for another Doctor of the Church - the angelic doctor St. Thomas Aquinas a little over a century later. St. Anselm was the uncompromising Archbishop of Canterbury in the middle ages who lived 76 years and is known best as the Father of Scholasticism.

John Gregory has graciously provided Father George Leo Haydock's commentaries on the Douay-Rheims version of the New Testament. The Third Sunday following Easter is often called Jubilation Sunday for the Introit "Jubiláte Deo" which means "Shout with joy to God" and Our Lord's words in the Gospel of St. John are indeed cause for joy for no matter how much we may suffer, no matter the travails, Jesus assures us, if we stay the course, obey the divine will and are ever faithful our sorrow will be turned to joy. When that is, only God knows for time to the Almighty is as if thousands of years are but a moment, even just a second as the Haydock Commentary pores over in today's commentary for the Third Sunday after Easter. In a little while...

Father Benedict Hughes, CMRI, Rector of St. Joseph's Minor Seminary in Rathdrum, Idaho at the City of Mary presents a nine-minute sermon recorded for Traditional Catholic Sermons for the Third Sunday after Easter, also known as "Jubilation Sunday" after the Introit "Jubilátio Deo" in which Father addresses how Christ speaks so often in today's specific Gospel of St. John the words "a little while", in Latin condensed to one word: "módicum", and how there is both joy and sorrow in this world, but if you are faithful to Him our sorrows will be temporary while the joy of serving God will be a great joy and, if we can persevere in grace, we shall indeed see Him in all His splendor in the Beatific Vision providing great jubilation for our soul and throught the heavens as Father explains in his sermon given last year. See Módicum

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