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      Dom Prosper Gueranger on the Purification
    Sword of Sorrow
    Presentation in the Temple
    Sermon on the Purification
    Only Christ can calm the storms

      Nine Day Novena in honor of Our Lady of Lourdes and St. Bernadette
      Blessing of Throats
    St. Blaise
     Poor Man, Rich Man
      The vessel of God's truths

      Editor's Notes: The Great Sacrilege
   St. Andrew Corsini
   Our Lady Warns of Dark Horizons
   St. Agatha/Martyrs of Japan
    Introduction:The Great Sacrilege

      Avoiding the Snares of the Devil
     St. Titus and St. Dorothy
   Papal Infallibility - part one
   Be watchful and pray
   St. Romuald
     Papal Infallibility - part two

      First Friday Devotions for February
   Three Knights' Plights
   St. John of Matha
   The Holy Mass
    Examination of Conscience
   Spiritual Communion Prayer

      Meaning of the Holy Mass
     The Holy Rosary
     What the Church really teaches
      Why the V2 church is not Catholic
     Help us reach more souls

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     Latest on DailyCatholic Twitter
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    Latest from Novus Ordo Watch
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       The feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary officially signals the end of Christmastide as we navigate through this short time after Epiphany, this year observing five Sundays before the Time of Septuagesima which is the gateway to the Lenten Season. This week we begin with the Purification on Candlemas with an inspirational reflection by the renowned Benedictine Abbot Dom Prosper Gueranger from his masterpiece tome The Liturgical Year. The transition between the time honoring the infant Savior Jesus (Christmastide) towards the time of His public ministry (Time after Epiphany, Septuagesima and Lent) leading to His Passion and Death (Holy Week)is symbolized in the candles blessed on Candlemas as Father Benedict Hughes, CMRI explains so beautifully in his sermon for The Purification.
        Monday is the day of blessing of throats, although in most traditional chapels it is included after Sunday Mass with Monday being a Feria Day of the Fourth Sunday after Epiphany offering a commemoration of St. Blaise, the first of three days that we commemorate martyrs this week with St. Agatha and the Martyrs of Japan, then St. Titus and St. Dorothy. In addition, during this Fourth Week of Epiphany we honor three confessors, St. Andrew Corsini on Tuesday, and wrap up the week with the feasts of St. Romuald and then St. John of Matha.

       The feast of the Purification signals the start of the Novena in honor of Our Lady of Lourdes and the holy visionary at the grotto St. Bernadette Soubirous and we refer you to the Novena Prayers at Catholic Harbor of Faith and Morals, which is an excellent traditional Catholic site with so many devotional prayers and information that we heartily recommend you peruse this site for all the orthodox gems they offer for enhancing one's spiritual life. We can use all the aids and knowledge possible to maintain the true Faith in the face of the aggressive Great Apostasy that has eclipsed the true Church of Christ. That is why trust in Our Lady's words in reaffirming Catholic truth are so vital and we have decided to focus on two special features to keep all on the straight and narrow.

        The equation of H+F=T means hope and fear create tension. This is the formula in much of film and literature, particularly the Bible in which God always extended hope but He also instilled fear in order that the faithful would be faithful. Tension can be good for the soul for it keeps us on our toes. Thus, in these editions leading to Lent, we have decided to bring you a daily dose of tension for the soul to wake as many up as we can with a combination of the prophesies of St. Bridget of Sweden and the undeniable proof that the Novus Ordo is the foretold "abomination of desolation"Jesus warned of in St. Matthew 24: 15. That is why we bring you a one-two punch with the following two features:

        We continue with Book Four of St. Bridget's Prophesies and Revelations with five more chapters that can do nothing but prompt you to soul search, especially with Lent not that far away on the horizon. They are truly worth reading. They say a picture says a thousand words, but these revelations say so much more and put things in such perspective that will cause all to rethink their spiritual lives and strive to improve on the path to sanctity. If we don't, we are fodder for the devil. So, as we've written before, if you're happy in your comfort zone and don't value the welfare of your soul, you might as well click off the DailyCatholic now because the whole purpose of this publication and our mission is to move souls out of their comfort zone towards the path of holiness, something expected of every Catholic, every soul.

        That brings us to the purpose here for we've noticed a lot of chatter on the twitter lately asking questions about the legitimacy of the Novus Ordo or challenging theological opinions because almost everyone admits something is wrong, actually seriously wrong. Therefore, we are bringing back in installments for each day beginning Tuesday, the irrefutable work by the late Father James F. Wathen that he wrote way back in 1971. No one, to this day, have been able to deny what he laid out so clearly. The Novus Ordo is not only wrong, it is "The Great Sacrilege", something every Catholic needs to know before they realize too late what Traditional Catholics know: it is truly the "abomination of desolation" foretold by Our Lord in St. Matthew 24: 15 and prior to that by Daniel in the Old Testament.

       While Mr. Bergoglio the unFrancis proclaims collective salvation, we realize each one of us is responsible for our own salvation and we've been given the blueprint before Vatican Two. Guess what? It still works. Guess what else? The new-fangled conciliar religion doesn't work. That is why we find more waking up after praying for the grace to see, truly see, and that is where twitter can be a great means of conversion one soul at a time. That's why, to paraphrase an axiom in less than 140 characters, brevity is the soul of witnessing. Yes, it's time consuming, and time is a premium right now for this editor as I want to dedicate as much time as I can to caring for my bride, who this last week contracted the flu even though she had a flu shot. With her immune system so weak, I have to be concerned, especially with news reports of people dying from the flu. Please keep Cyndi in your prayers. Be assured you all are in hers as she clutches her Rosary and clinches her teeth to hide the intense pain she suffers.

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The Feast of Candlemas, which derives its origin from the local observance of Jerusalem, marks the end of the Feasts included in the Christmas cycle of the liturgy. It is perhaps the most ancient festival of Our Lady. It commemorate, however, not only the obedience of the Blessed Virgin to the Mosaic Law in going to Jerusalem forty days after the birth of her Child and making the accustomed offerings, but also the Presentation of Our Lord in the Temple, ...More

There is a commemoration today for the Fourth Sunday after Epiphany. The theme is that Jesus calms the winds and the sea as we see in today's Gospel as He rules the ungovernable forces in nature; the fury of the sea and the violence of the winds. He manifests in this act His Divinity and the Church takes a portion from St. Paul's Epistle to the Romans, where ...More

February 2 is the traditional feast of Our Lady's Approved Apparition in Quito, Ecuador to Mother Mariana de Jesus.

Father Benedict Hughes, CMRI provides a sermon, via Traditional Catholic Sermons, on The Purification

First Day of Novena in Honor of Our Lady of Lourdes

We have arrived at the end of the joyous time of Christmastide, the demarcation point being the feast of the Purification of Mary coupled with the feast of Candlemas in which beeswax candles are blessed to be used throughout the year. It is one of three public blessings that take place throughout the liturgical year with the other happening later this year with Ashes on Ash Wednesday and Palms on Palm Sunday. We present not only the Proper for the Mass, but also the motive for the blessing of the candles and inspiration on the wisdom of holy Mother Church in establishing this feast, brought to you by the renowned Abbot Dom Prosper Gueranger for this feast in which he admits it is our Savior Who is this day offered in the Temple; but this offering is the consequence of our Lady's Purification. The honor thus paid by the Church to the Mother tends in reality to the greater glory of her Divine Son, for He is the Author and the End of all those prerogatives which we revere and honor in Mary. In harmony with this feast we have Candlemas in which the beeswax candles are blessed, representing the purity of the virginal flesh of the Divine Infant made possible by Mary's fiat to God. The wick of the candle represents what is within Christ's soul in order to light the flame of His Divinity. Taken from The Liturgical Year we present excerpts for the Feast of the Purification and Candlemas

John Gregory provides a comprehensive reflection/meditation and study on the Presentation of the Child Jesus and the Purification of His Blessed Mother in the Temple and a renewed perspective of Mary's role in salvation in how her life parallels her holy obedience to all God has asked. Though her divine Child would be submissive to her as an obedient, loving Son for the next 30 years, it was here, Forty days after His birth that Mary followed the letter of the Jewish Law not only to present Him to the Jews as the Messiah, so recognized by Simeon, but also for Mary to obediently go through the rite of purification in the eyes of man - though she already was the purest vessel ever created by the Almighty, free of original sin. In a sense, for the rest of us born with Original Sin, her submission was the precursor for the Sacrament of Penance. The Fourth Joyful Mystery

In this very time when the world has crossed the threshold of the order of the soul, we must realize that the only One Who can bring peace and calm is Jesus Christ, and only by proclaiming Him as our Sovereign King. The Fourth Sunday after Epiphany's liturgy brings this into focus. In addition John Gregory provides the Haydock Commentary which illustrates the literal and spiritual discernment of the Gospel on the significance of the ship - the Barque as His Church and that He foretold we would have terrible storms trying to shipwreck souls. But if we place our trust in Him as our Supreme Admiral, our souls cannot be capsized, even if... More

Though it is a Feria Day for the Fourth Sunday after Epiphany, there is a commemoration of the holy Bishop and Martyr Saint Blaise and the focus is on him as this is the day of the blessing of the throats. In consequence of his having saved the life of a child who was dying, choked by a bone which had stuck in his throat, the Church recognizes his "prerogative for healing all diseases of the throat". She blesses two candles to this effect and asks God for all those, whose necks the candles shall touch, that they may be delivered from throat disease or from any other ill through the merits of this holy martyr's passion.


Also listen to Bishop Daniel Dolan's Sermon on St. Blaise, Bishop and Martyr

Second Day of Novena in Honor of Our Lady of Lourdes

O Glorious Saint Blaise, who by thy martyrdom didst leave to the Church a precious witness to the faith, obtain for us the grace to preserve within ourselves this divine gift, and to defend, without human respect, both by word and example, the truth of that same faith, which is so wickedly attacked and slandered in these our times. Thou who didst miraculously restore a little child when it was at the point of death by reason on an affliction of the throat, grant us thy mighty protection in like misfortunes; and, above all, obtain for us the grace of Christian mortification together with a faithful observance of the precepts of the Church, which may keep us from offending Almighty God. Amen.
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In Chapter Seventy-Six of Book Four of the Prophesies and Revelations of St. Bridget of Sweden, Our Lady answers some concerns of the bride and then shows her who God's friends are as the Blessed Mother goes down a list of who it applies to and God's reasons for why He did not choose to make known His mission to kings, or lords, or to be born in luxury, but rather in a simple stable in Bethlehem. She shares how few true men of God are found in modern times and no state of life is exempted in their profession whether they be rich or poor, laity or clerics. The Virgin Mary reveals to Bridget why God, Who is rich in everything, loves poverty and why He chose the poor, not the rich, and for what purpose riches were conceded to the Church; not to lord it over men, but to give glory to God. God has no reason to eliminate the poor for the poor we will have always with us, but to help them gain the richness of the Faith. Poor Man, Rich Man.

St. Andrew, of the noble family of Corsini, was born at Florence, and from his birth was consecrated to the Blessed Virgin. His mother dreamed that she had given birth to a wolf which, on entering into the Carmelite church, was suddenly changed into a lamb. Her son indeed led a dissolute life in his youth. But Jesus exerted His redeeming power over him and Andrew entered the Carmelite order and soon became its head in Tuscany (Communion). Having thus turned to ...More

Also more from Butler's "The Lives of the Saints" on St. Andrew Corsini

Third Day of Novena in Honor of Our Lady of Lourdes

In Chapter Seventy-Seven of Book Four of the Prophesies and Revelations of St. Bridget of Sweden, we are privy to the prayer of the bride and Our Lord's pleasing answer to her as He declares His great mercy that He has shown to her and He reconfirms His same sweet mercy toward her for she is His chosen vessel, the flask, so to speak, from which is poured out His wine of Catholic truths for His servants who should drink the words in, imbibing the love of God through St. Bridget's words and actions, and prosper by these words which will be nourishment for the soul for those who are open to the banquet Jesus provides for men of good will. She humbly gives vocal thanks to Jesus after asking His permission to respond so humbly and obediently, thus pleasing God all the more by her fiat. The vessel of God's truths .

With every passing day more confusion rains down on souls as they struggle to make heads or tails of all the changes that have made the conciliar church, formed at Vatican Two, totally unrecognizable to Catholicism. The facts are that it is because it no longer is Catholic. It is the result of the axiom, lex orandi, lex credendi - in other words, how one prays is how one believes, or literally, the law of praying is the law of believing. Over the past 50 years it has grown progressively worse and that is because the so-called 'law' is the abominable vulgar Novus Ordo and, because Bergoglio has decided that is the only rite everyone must attend, it is more important than ever that we reshare with all readers why this is wrong ...More

Saint Agatha, virgin and martyr (Collect), was born in Sicily of noble parentage, but she estimated that for her the highest nobility would be to belong to Jesus, Whom she took as her Spouse (Gospel). Endowed with remarkable beauty, she had to resist the solicitations of the governor Quinitanus, who, unable to attain his end by persuasion, had recourse to violence. Her breast was torn by his order, but was healed on the following night, by the apostle St. Peter, who appeared to her i ...More

Also listen to Bishop Daniel Dolan's Sermon on St. Agatha and St. Francis de Sales

Third Day of Novena in Honor of Our Lady of Lourdes

In Chapter Seventy-Eight of Book Four of the Prophesies and Revelations of St. Bridget of Sweden, the bride writes a letter directed by Our Lady to be given to the Pope himself. She trembles at how such a lowly, but humble servant could pen this to either one of the Avignon Popes or an influential bishop. It is not identified as to whom exactly. In obedience Bridget does so as she shares the divinely revealed words from the sweet mouth of the glorious Virgin Mary, who likens herself to a brilliant rainbow that is being sullied by those who have veered from their appointed vocations. Our Lady instructs and comforts St. Bridget on how these words must be transmitted to the Sovereign Pontiff since they greatly warn of the downfall of the Church. We can see today just what the Blessed Mother warned of and how it has spiraled out of control, turning the beautiful rainbow into a mockery, now the symbol of sodomy and how the false church that has eclipsed the True Church wallows in the world during this interminable time of the Great Apostasy foretold in Scripture and by the Blessed Virgin nearly seven centuries ago via these prophesies to the bride. Our Lady Warns of Dark Horizons.

We begin today installments from the late Father James F. Wathen's irrefutable work "The Great Sacrilege", written back in 1971 when few had a clue what the devil was planning. As Father wrote, Even though most Catholics, including the Hierarchy and other members of the clergy, are either complacently ignorant of it, or are determined to ignore it, sooner or later the question of the "New Mass" will have to be dealt with. The presumption at present seems to be that, with time, those who oppose and/or reject it, and those priests who refuse to "say" the "New Mass," will finally come around, die off, or something. ...More on his Introduction

Like the divine Sower who will be mentioned in the Gospel of Sexagesima Sunday,Saint Titus the well-beloved disciple of St. Paul "endured the fatigues of numerous and distant voyages on land and sea to go and sow the divine word among nations of different countries speaking different tongues". Wherefore the Church declares that "God had adorned him with the virtues of an apostle" (Collect), and ...More

Also listen to Bishop Daniel Dolan's Sermon on Sts. Titus and Dorothy

Fifth Day of Novena in Honor of Our Lady of Lourdes

In Chapter Seventy-Nine of Book Four of the Prophesies and Revelations of St. Bridget of Sweden, the bride begins a letter to most likely a priest attached to her. As before, she addresses her concerns with the state of the world in how it is decaying because of sin and seeks now to impart to him what she has been told in prior chapters on Lazarus and informs the priest of how God's enemies lay snares to trap the good ones who seek to nourish the seeds of virtue from the rays of sun by seeking the Son. St. Bridget identifies the two ways the devil uses to discourage the good soul and then provides the antidote to combat these wiles through sincere and frequent confession, and through humbling submitting to spiritual director/s for guidance even if they are not as far along as the one seeking help. That is because by displaying the virtue of humility, God will intervene to assure the patient is not deceived. She lays this out to this priest in carrying out the will of God. Avoiding the Snares of the Devil.

The late Father James F. Wathen begins Chapter One by identifying that what Paul VI said that nothing has been changed in the essence of the Traditional Latin Mass even though some may be of the impression that is the case, but he sought to assuage those who raised the alarm late in the sixties and early seventies. Alas, as we now know that was totally false and that his intention was to deceive the faithful while giving time to the revolutionaries to establish the Masonic 'Mass' in every diocese and, as generations passed, erase all memory of the Apostolic Canonical Mass of All Ages. Father begins Chapter Two by addressing the Authority of Papal Infallibility

St. Romuald was born at Ravenna, in Italy around the year 950. In his youth Romuald indulged in the usual thoughtless and even vicious life of a tenth-century noble, yet felt greatly drawn to the life of a hermit. At the age of twenty, struck with horror because his father had killed an enemy in a duel, he fled to the Abbey of San Apollinare-in-Classe. There, after some hesitation, he entered the Abbey, finding the faith. San Apollinare had recently been reformed by St. Maieul of Cluny, but still was not strict enough in its ...More

Also listen to Bishop Daniel Dolan's Sermon on St. Romuald

Sixth Day of Novena in Honor of Our Lady of Lourdes

In Chapter Eighty of Book Four of the Prophesies and Revelations of St. Bridget of Sweden, the bride continues her letter to, it would seem, the same priest as in the prior chapter. This time, with Heaven's approval, she advises on the decorum and behavior he should exhibit and the strict agenda of prayer he should follow as she imparts tohow he should conduct his life both spritually and bodily from dusk to dawn throughout the day and then again to the end of the day and night. It is a routine that requires great discipline and devotion; something that is lacking in so many religious today, even in traditional circles where there are true priests. St. Bridget advises that he must be on his guard at all times and pray, lest he might discourage others from seeking sanctity. It is an eye-opening letter on what God expects from His sacerdotes and a reminder to priests today to reform their lives, flee from worldly things and guard their inclinations by focusing on prayer and penance. Be watchful and pray.

The late Father James F. Wathen continues Chapter Two by delving into what constitutes Papal Infallibility as set in stone at the Vatican Council and codified by Pope Pius IX in his Dogmatic Constitution Pastor Aeternus. Father points out how wonderful and assuring this doctrine is so that Catholics can be affirmed when a true Pope speaks from the Chair of Peter - Ex Cathedra on Faith and Morals for the Church has always been the shining beacon to uphold virtue and morality. Father points out that Montini's 'New Mass' was in no way an act of infallible teaching authority and is one of the first to call into question the morality, nature and orthodoxy of this vulgar form that has been foisted on the faithful as we see in Part Two of Chapter Three on Papal Infallibility

Saint John of Malta was born in Provence and from his earliest childhood distinguished himself by his charity to the poor. Ordained a priest in Paris, he, at his first Mass, had a vision in which God commanded him to establish the Order of the Holy Trinity for the ransoming of captives and, with St. Felix Valois approached Pope Innocent III, who gave his approbation to the new institution commanded by God. Thanks to the abundant alms obtained from ...More

Also read Professor Plinio Correêa de Oliveira's reflection on St. John of Matha

Seventh Day of Novena in Honor of Our Lady of Lourdes

In Chapter Eighty-One of Book Four of the Prophesies and Revelations of St. Bridget of Sweden, the bride hears the Lord reveal to her about three knights of whom God renders judgment according to each man's heart and works even though Bridget has prayed to God in intercession for mercy. Christ reveals the difference between tears that are meritorious and tears that are not. He shares how love for God grows through meditation on the humility of Christ and His Passion and that He did indeed shed His blood on the cloth, most likely here referring to the Veil of Veronica though it is not specifically identified, however the three knights are as well as their origins. In revealing to the bride the fate of each, He explains filial fear and inital fear and from those, what is necessary for Heaven, what will damn one to hell, and what awaits one who will see neither. Three Knights' Plights.

The late Father James F. Wathen begins Chapter Three, appropriately labeled by the same as the title of the book "The Great Sacrilege" as he focuses on the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, codified as thee Mass for all ages and explains why the Council of Trent decreed it so by providing also several quotes of the saints as Father emphasizes the sacrificial aspect of the Mass as being the heart and soul for salvation for the bread and wine confected into the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ in Transubstantiation at the Consecration is truly the "Bread of Angels". We can see over the past several decades how even the true Presence has lost credibility with many Catholics, again lex orandi, lex credendi. Yet, when you think about it, it is the conciliar leaders who have promoted this very thinking with their abominable 'New Mass'. Father explains in part one The Holy Mass

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To fortify why the CONciLIAR church is the false church, see key Papal Decrees that preceded it in pre-Vatican Two times by true Popes who solidly condemned the V2 false 'popes' who have spit in Heaven's Face. God will not be mocked. See for yourself what the infallible, perennial Magisterium of the Church has decreed:

  • Papal Coronation Oath Pope Agatho
  • Unam Sanctam Pope Boniface VIII
  • Cum Ex Apostolatus Officio Pope Paul IV
  • Quo Primum Pope St. Pius V
  • De Defectibus Pope St. Pius V
  • Satis Cognitum Pope Leo XIII
  • Apostolicae Curae Pope Leo XIII
  • Lamentabili Sane Pope St. Pius X
  • Pascendi Dominici Gregis Pope St. Pius X
  • Oath Against Modernism Pope St. Pius X
  • Mortalium Animos Pope Pius XI
  • Humani Generis Pope Pius XII
  • Sacramentum Ordinis Pope Pius XII

    If the above Papal Decrees have not convinced you, then for more evidence that the Chair is VACANT and that Vatican Two and all that has followed is Anathema sit as St. Paul asserts in Galatians 1: 8-9, see these on-line books and sources:

  • Answering Objections of the Sedevacantist Position
  • John 23 - Anathema sit Fr. Louis Villa
  • NikitaRoncalli Franco Bellegrandi
  • The Robber Church Patrick Henry Omlor
  • Is the Pope Catholic? Hutton Gibson
  • Paul VI...Beatified? Fr. Louis Villa
  • The Enemy is Here - Vol. I Hutton Gibson
  • The Enemy is Still Here - Vol. II Hutton Gibson
  • The Enemy is Still Here - Vol. III
  • John Paul 2 - Anathema sit Fr. Luis Villa
  • Syllogism of Sedevacantism Michael Cain
  • The Chair is Still Empty Gregorius
  • Why Sedevacantism? Fr. Anthony Cekada and a plethora of other evidence provided by NovusOrdoWatch.org
  • What You Need To Know About Jorge Mario Bergoglio Novus Ordo Watch
  • Continuously Denying The Catholic Faith Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey
  • Trying to Put Humpty Dumpty Back Together Again Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey
  • Compare and Contrast Plethora of links by Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey
  • Freemasons and the Conciliar church by John Kenneth Weiskittel

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  • Bishop Mark Pivarunas,CMRI on a true vocation
  • Bishop Donald Sanborn on The Pendulating Papacy
  • Fr. Julian Larrabee on Missions of Nigeria
  • Fr. Michael Oswalt on why he left the V2 to become a true priest
  • Bishop Donald Sanborn's 2013 London Conference on the SSPX
  • Fr. Anthony Cekada on invalidity of 1968 Episcopal Consecrations
  • Fr. Julian Larrabee with Mass for Immaculate Conception
  • Bishop Daniel Dolan's Sermon for the Immaculate Conception
  • End of Mass Recession as it should be
  • Benediction of the Most Blessed SAcrament
  • Bishop Williamson on Globalism in 2010
  • Bishop Williamson's 2009 interview - Part I
  • Bishop Williamson's 2009 interview - Part II
  • Bishop Williamson 2013 talk on division in the Church

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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.

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    When One Cannot physically Assist at the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass

    For those who cannot be present for the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, we provide additional prayers that can be supplemented with the ORDINARY OF THE HOLY MASS and the PROPER OF THE DAY to enable you to better prepare yourself at home. Of course, this never replaces actually being there, but it is much better than attending the Novus Ordo services. Therefore we have gleaned from The Key of Heaven prayers to say at home. It is very comforting to know that the Holy Mass is offered for us even when we are not actually present. But to enjoy the benefits which it procures, we must by a SPIRITUAL COMMUNION become partakers of the altar from which we are temporarily banished. Here we provide prayers in preparation for fulfilling assistance in absentia in addition to the ORDINARY OF THE HOLY MASS and PROPER OF THE DAY. PRAYERS IN ABSENTIA

    Prayer Before the Crucifix

    Behold, O kind and most sweet Jesus, I cast myself upon my knees in Thy sight, and with the most fervent desire of my soul I pray and beseech Thee that Thou wouldst fix deep within my heart lively sentiments of Faith, Hope and Charity, with true repentance for my sins, and a firm purpose of amendment, whilst with deep affection and grief of soul I ponder within myself and mentally contemplate Thy five most precious Wounds; having before my eyes the words which David in prophesy spoke concerning Thee, O Good Jesus: "They have pierced My hands and My feet; they have numbered all My bones."

    Plenary Indulgence, Condition:
    • Confession
    • Communion
    • One Our Father
    • One Hail Mary
    • One Glory be...
    Pope Pius IX, July 31, 1858