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    33rd Rose: Bane of the Devil
     Novena: Day 8 - Nativity of Mary
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      Novena: 9th Day - Nativity of Mary
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      First Sorrow: Prophesy of Simeon

         Day 1: Prayers for 7 Dolors of BVM
        Novena: Day 6 - Holy Name of Mary
       35th Rose: Assurance Against Infidels
       Second Sorrow: Flight into Egypt

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      36th Rose: A Contract Cancelled
     Novena: Day 7 Holy Name of Mary
      Bishop Dan Dolan: Sts. Protus & Hyacinth

       Third Sorrow: Search for the Child Jesus
       Day 3: Prayers for 7 Dolors of BVM
       Novena: Day 8 Holy Name of Mary
        37th Rose: Friendly Persuasion

       Final Day of Novena for the Most Holy Name of Mary
       Dr. Droleskey on the Holy Name of Mary
        Fourth Sorrow: Mary meets Jesus carrying His cross

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   The very formation of Mary outside her mother Anne's womb is the focus of this week's feasts honoring Our Lady's birth and her parents naming her Mary (Maria) - a name that forever has stood for strength and purity. We basically bookend the regular work week with the Double of the Second Class Feast of the Nativity of Mary on Monday and the Greater Double Feast of the Holy Name of Mary on Friday. September carries more feasts of the Blessed Mother than any other month. Three of the seven days this week we honor the Blessed Mother including the Mass of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Saturday. In addition, there are three different prayers this week. We continue with the last two days of the Novena for Mary's Nativity and the fourth day through nine for the Novena for her most Holy Name. In addition on Tuesday we begin prayers for her Seven Sorrows or Dolors with accompanying features leading to the Feast of the Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin next Monday following the Double of the Second Class Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross on next Sunday.

    On her birthday my sons and I placed roses at the grave of my dear late bride Cyndi Adele Cain who passed into eternity nearly five months ago. A thirty-day schedule of consecutive Gregorian Masses begin this week on the feast of Mary's Holy Name and will last through the feast of Our Lady of Pilar on October 12. Yes, this editor and her loving husband of 33 years truly believes she is already in Heaven. However, as I've said before, we can never presume on God and therefore all prayers will go to either speed her to the presence of the Beatific Vision or assist other souls to be freed from Purgatory. No prayer goes unanswered. And I appreciate all the kind words of consolation and prayers sent as well as donations to Cyndi's Angels. Through the generosity of a few loyal benefactors and several smaller donations I've been able to pare back the debt accrued for Cyndi's care from nearly $8000.00 to a more manageable $3000.00, as of this publishing, thus able to keep the wolves at bay. Though bill collectors don't rely on God's providence, I do, and so far He's guided those generous souls to help. I am eternally grateful to all who have contributed and keep each in my prayers daily even if the litany of names takes five to ten minutes. When I say I will pray for you, I mean personally I'll remember your name. It's the least I can do for your sharing and caring. However, and you knew this was coming, didn't you? Cyndi's Angels is not out of the wood yet, so to speak. I need to clear the books to maintain the excellent credit built up over the years, both personal and for this apostolate of SANCTUS. Anything you can give to pare down the remaining $3000.00 will be greatly appreciated. Just click the Cyndi's Angels logos on this site. Be assured your donation is tax-deductible. God bless you in advance for your charity.
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The liturgy for the Thirteenth Sunday After Pentecost shows us that by faith we put all our hope in Jesus, for He is our Refuge and we ask for the virtue of charity, which renders us lovers of the divine law and practitioners of ...More

There is a commemoration today of Saint Cloud or Clodoald who was the grandson of Clovis, King of the Franks. When the latter died in the year 511 his kingdom was divided between his four sons, of whom the second was Clodomir. Thirteen years later he was ...More


Day Eight

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Day Four

For the Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost John Gregory provides the Haydock Commentary where Father Haydock continues with the Samaritan, this time in respect to the ten lepers and the only one to return and give thanks for his healing by the miracle of Jesus Christ is a Samaritan. Christ exhibits surprise that this Samaritan is the only one left, but the Son of God knewe and it was another manifestation that He had come for all, not just the Jews. He conveys this by assuring this man that the faith he had is what healed him, made him whole. The Faith of the Samaritan


Thanks to Traditional Catholic Sermons we are able to bring you an eleven minute sermon given last year for the Thirteen Sunday after Pentecost by Father Benedict Hughes, CMRI, Rector of St. Joseph Seminary at the City of Mary in Rathdrum, Idaho. Father reminds us of the importance of making visits to the Blessed Sacrament when and where the true Presence is available. He points out that if we do not have the opportunity to visit a chapel as such, however if we cannot, he emphasizes the advantage of making an hour of adoration in our homes, taking an hour a day to pray and adore Jesus even if He is not present in the Eucharistic Host, He is present with you and that is why if the faithful would pray at home, setting up their small shrines, and devote an hour a day to Our Lord. After all, did He not ask "Could you not watch one hour with Me?" Father shows how we can be like the Samaritan and be there for Jesus. Father asks How Grateful Are We?


St. Louis de Montfort writes of the time when the devil dared to challenge St. Dominic, hoping to show him up in front of 12,000 who had come to hear him preach. It backfired big time for ol' hornhead as St. Dominic showed the power of the holy Rosary and converted the Albigensians just as Our Lady had promised through her holy Psalter and faith in exorcising one possessed driving the devils back into hell after they had to publically admit they fear the Mother of God the most and enabled the masses to see the miraculous power of her holy Rosary through St. Dominic's fiat as St. Louis de Montfort offers up a 33rd Rose in the Rosary's power to overcome Thirty-Third Rose to overcome the Bane of the Devil

This festival of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary originated in the East where it is mentioned very early. At Rome it was not observed before the reign of Pope Sergius I. As Eve, our first mother, arose from the side of Adam, dazzling with life and innocence, so Mary came forth, bright and immaculate from the heart of the eternal Word Who by the ...More


Day Nine

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Day Five


Also see Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey's inspiring tribute to Our Lady's Birth with Maria Bambina

Thanks to Traditional Catholic Sermons we are able to bring you an 18-minute sermon given twelve years ago by Father Benedict Hughes, CMRI, Rector of St. Joseph Seminary at the City of Mary in Rathdrum, Idaho. Father speaks of the divine plan of the lineage of Mary and Joseph in begetting Jesus Christ through the miraculous impregnation of her divine Spouse the Holy Ghost. Father mentions four other women in the scriptures in the ancestry of the House of David and he then explains each of these and their failings for God created only one immaculately, free of original sin. With each woman the evangelist mentions those who had problems. Father explains this in that we should have no fear of the warts in the history of the Church for the Church has nothing to fear from the truth being known. None of those problems can ever effect the spotless Bride of Christ, for she is without sin. He points to the fact that the ancestors of Christ and His Mother would never taint the perfection of Christ. Nativity of Our Lady


When you think about it, the Nativity of the Son of God would not have been possible without a prior nativity. So many miss out on the significance of the birth of the Blessed Virgin Mary for she was conceived in her mother Saint Anne's womb as immaculate, without the stain of Original Sin. But then why wouldn't the Father prepare the most pure tabernacle for His only-begotten Son? Makes perfect sense that she would be the most perfect being possible. And if Christ honored His Mother with recognition of such respect and love, should any of God's children ever do less? We didn't think so. To put this in greater perspective we bring you a short essay composed a few years ago by the late Denise Michelle. In a tribute to this "Catholic Mom" and our Heavenly Mom we present The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary


We continue through the month of the Sorrowful Mother leading up to the feast of Our Lady of the holy Rosary the marvelous work of St. Louis Marie Grignon de Montfort's "The Secret of the Rosary" as he offers, with each chapter a rose representing an Ave that will amount to 50, the same number of one set of mysteries in Mary's holy Psalter of 150 Ave's. Today he shows the power of the holy Rosary as attested by such true soldiers of the faith in knightly luminaries like Simon de Montfort, Alan dee Lanvallay and others as St. Louis Marie-Grignon de Montfort offers up Thirty-Fourth Rose on the Assurance from Counts and Knights

Known as Slave of the Blacks and the Slave of the Slaves, Saint Peter Claver was born after the Council of Trent in 1581 at Verdu, Catalonia. He was a farmer's son who studied at the University of Barcelona and became a Jesuit at the age of 20. Becoming a priest, he was greatly influenced by Saint Alphonsus Rodriguez to become a missionary in America. He ministered, physically and spiritually, to slaves when they arrived in Cartegena, Colombia, converting a reported 300,000, and working for humane treatment on the plantations for 40 years. St. Peter organized charitable societies among the Spanish in America similar to those organized in Europe by Saint Vincent de Paul. He died in ...More

Also see Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey's A Misplaced Zeal for Souls?


Day Six

Day One of

We begin today the Seven Dolors of Our Sorrowful Mother leading to the feast which is the signature feast of this month's dedication. Each day we feature one of the Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary along with the Prayers for that Sorrow. We start with the First Dolor of Simeon's Prophecy. Mary took the infant Jesus to the temple, according to the law of Moses, presenting Him for the circumcision of all male Jews, as well as for her own purification according to the law, even though she was and remained always inviolate. While in the temple, Simeon approached the Holy Family. He beheld the infant and knew, through the Holy Ghost, that this was truly the fulfillment of God's covenant with His people. And he uttered the words of the Canticle of Simeon, which Holy Mother Church prays every night in Compline, "Now Thou dost dismiss Thy servant, O Lord, according to Thy word in peace; because my eyes have seen Thy salvation, " Then, after praising God for the Messiah, Simeon turns to Mary, so modest, so humble, and prophesies to her in these words, which must have started her deep contemplation. See The First Sorrow: the Prophesy of Simeon


We continue through the month of the Sorrowful Mother leading up to the feast of Our Lady of the holy Rosary the marvelous work of St. Louis Marie Grignon de Montfort's "The Secret of the Rosary" as he offers, with each chapter a rose representing an Ave that will amount to 50, the same number of one set of mysteries in Mary's holy Psalter of 150 Ave's. Today he shares the wonderful story of Cardinal Pierre, a close friend of St. Dominic's and Papal Legate to the Holy Land where he convinced the Christian soldiers of the power of the Rosary in conquering the Saracens. Do you think the 'cardinals' of today would ever do such a thing as to trust fully in the Rosary? Please show us one if he exists or show us anyone who exhibits the holiness of St. Louis de Montfort who offers up a Thirty-Fifth Rose for Assurance Against the Infidels

Born at Sant' Angelo, near Fermo, in the March of Ancona, around the year 1246, Saint Nicholas Tolentino was devote to the devout life. He is often depicted in the black habit of the Hermits of St. Augustine --a star above him or on his breast, a lily, or a crucifix garlanded with lilies, in his hand. Sometimes, instead of the lily, he holds a vial filled with money or bread. His parents, said to have been called ...More


Day Seven

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We continue today with the second of the Seven Dolors of Our Sorrowful Mother with terrifying Flight into Egypt. Think about it and how Joseph's trust is such an understatement here. Flee into a totally pagan country? To the very land out of which Almighty God had brought the nation of Israel after a long captivity? But Mary did not complain. She did not grump. She did not ask Joseph if he was sure it was an angel that had told him to flee. Mary trusted totally in God, and knew God worked in her husband in this manner. She respected the hierarchical structure of the family as God so deigned. Together they fled to Egypt confident God would protect them, not knowing how long they would be there in this foreign land which must have seemed endless months, until the angel once again came to Joseph and told him it was now safe to return to Nazareth, for Herod was dead. Second Sorrow: Flight into Egypt


Continuing the work "The Secret of the Rosary" by the dedicated disciple of Our Lady St. Louis Marie Grignon de Montfort, he shares a story of how the Rosary freed a woman who satan thought he had lock, stock and barrel, and used previous confessors to convince her of that. But through the grace of God a Father Henry was there when she needed him most and he was able to drive the devil away, saving her through the intercession and authority of the Mother of God. St. Louis offers a Thirty-Sixth Rose on A Contract Cancelled

The liturgy for the preceding Sunday - the Thirteenth Sunday After Pentecost - shows us that by faith we put all our hope in Jesus, for He is our Refuge and we ask for the virtue of charity, which renders us lovers of the divine law and practitioners of it. Let us pray for an increase of faith, hope and charity. ...More

There is also a commemoration of Saint Protus and Saint Hyacinth (not to be confused with the St. Hyacinth of August 17). They were both Martyrs during the persecution of Valerian (257-9). The day of their annual ...More


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When Jesus was twelve, they journeyed to Jerusalem to have Jesus presented in the Temple again. But this was also another sorrow for our Blessed Mother. We cannot conceive of the most tender love, pure love, which Mary possessed in her heart for Jesus, the Son of God. Her pure heart sought only the Will of God, so Her consternation must have been great when she realized, with Joseph, that young Jesus was not in the caravan which was returning to Nazareth. With what haste must they have turned around, frantically returning to Jerusalem. It would be comparable for someone from a tiny rural town today to have their child lost in the midst of a city like Lost Angeles, Chicago, or New York, to name a few metropolises. Where do you look? To whom do you go? What do you say? They searched everywhere for Jesus, the Son of God, and couldn't find Him. Imagine what many of the people might have remarked. See Third Sorrow: Search for the Child Jesus


Thanks to Traditional Catholic Sermons we are able to bring you a nine-minute sermon given seven years ago by Bishop Daniel Dolan on today's saints the holy martyrs Sts. Protus and Hyacinth. He shares how their sacrifices strengthen us in our resolve to persevere in the faith. They were two brothers who were beheaded. Think of the countless Chaldeans this year who were beheaded because they would not give up their faith by accepting the infidel religion of Islam. The bishop tells of a discovery in the catacombs where the skulls and bones carried the odor of sanctity like a perfume. He discusses other martyrs as well who offered their lives for Our Lord rather than surrendering to the world, the flesh and the devil. We, like them, must ask God to keep us on the straight and narrow and ask for the grace of martyrdom rather than sin. The bishop explains in his sermon on Sts. Protus and Hyacinth


Each Hail Mary is considered a rose, offered in groups of ten, where the confessor of the nuns had a great devotion for the Rosary and through his persistence he was able to convince the rest of the nuns who, except for one devout nun, had all become lax. Yet through the power of the Rosary he was able to effect change back to reverence and a recommitment of the sisters' vows of poverty, chastity and obedience to bear great fruit in reforming the monastery into a model religious house as silence and recollection transformed it back to a reverent house. St. Louis de Montfort offers a Thirty-Seventh Rose for Friendly Persuasion

This feast originally instituted by Pope Innocent XI in memory of the great victory won over the Turks before the walls of Vienna (September 13, 1683), was fixed for this date under Pope St. Pius X It was Pope Innocent XII who had ordered that it should be kept on ...More


Day Nine

Also see Dr. Droleskey's inspiring A Name That Must Be On Our Lips At All Times

Day Four of

On this feast of the Most Holy Name of Mary, it was her divine Son Who must have uttered her name through blood drenched lips, gasping for air and water for the fourth Dolor also coincides with the Fourth Station of the Cross as we transfer from Our Lord's childhood to His adult years and those things she pondered in her heart had to come gushing forth as she wept when she heard her divine Son had been arrested and, through the Sanhedrin's kangaroo court, so quickly condemned through the political manipulation of Caiphas and the spineless Pontius Pilate. Rather than hiding as the Apostles did, she faced His Passion with strength and stood there on the Via Dolorosa waiting for Him as the entourage of Roman soldiers and frenzied Jews surrounding this tortured Man Who lugged the heavy wood that would be His execution tree. As He trundled into her view on the rugged pebbled way, she knew that to fulfill Her role as Mother of God, Mediatrix of all Graces and Co-Redemptrix of the world, Mary, with a pure and tender heart that loved as Her Son loved, bravely but sorrowfully met her Divine Son on His way to Calvary. See Fourth Sorrow: Mary meets her divine Son on the Via Crucis


Today St. Louis Marie Grignon de Montfort shares the story of a bishop's devotion for the holy Rosary. Said bishop admitted that despite him being a Doctor of Theology, there is no better education than to learn the holy Rosary and to say it as often as possible for it is indeed the ultimate weapon that will bear great fruit on earth and in Heaven. He vowed to preach the holy Rosary wherever he went for it was the simplicity of Mary's holy Psalter that would bring souls to Christ. Thus St. Louis de Montfort offers a Thirty-Eighth Rose for A Prelate's Purpose

The Mass of the Blessed Virgin shows us Mary as Mother of our Savior. She was predestined from all eternity for the role of co-redemptrix (Epistle), for as Eve was the intermediary chosen by the angel of darkness to bring about the fall of Adam, so also Mary the intermediary to whom the angel Gabriel delivered the message of salvation from Heaven. She is also blessed since she ...More

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The Fifth Sword that so pierced Mary's Immaculate Heart had to be the cruelest for there she stood on Calvary with Saint John and the other holy women, specifically Saint Mary Magdalen, at the foot of Her Son's rugged Cross, and waited with Him through three long hours of bitterest agony, while He slowly died of a broken heart over the many souls who would reject Him, and reject salvation. His physical agony was very real. His death was very real, but the pain both He and His Mother bore was was a very spiritual pain as well, for both knew that they must never waver in their absolute obedience to God's Will. Jesus gave us His Mother while He hung in bitterest agony on the Cross. He knew that we, weak and fallible, need a Mother's tender care to help us through the terrible sufferings of our exile here on earth. Mary is ever ready to help us to bear our crosses for love of her Divine Son. She is our intercessor before Christ Who cannot refuse His Own Mother. See Fifth Sorrow: Standing beneath the Cross of her divine Son


St. Louis Marie Grignon de Montfort shares the story of a Danish priest who was so dedicated to saving souls, but who was disheartened because his words of wisdom kept falling on deaf ears. Then he began preaching the holy Rosary and six months later great fruits were borne as most returned to reverence and sanctifying grace in transforming the parish. St. Louis offers his own experiences as well and attests to the power of the holy Rosary as he offers a Thirty-Ninth Rose in showing how the Rosary is the Pastor's Portal

We urge you to click the Rosary banner above for the Twelfth Saturday in the Fifteen Saturdays Rosary Crusade organized by Bishop Robert McKenna, O.P. to do our part for the salvation of souls by bringing souls to the true Catholic Faith and Sacraments, for the welfare of our country, and for our own special intentions as we all strive for holiness in our role as members of the Church Militant. On this twelfth Saturday of the Fifteen Jesus has said His last words on earth and returns to be with His eternal Father, as we celebrate His Ascension into Heaven. As He promised, He is not leaving His Apostles and disciples alone for He will send His Spirit as we shall see next week with the Descent of the Holy Ghost. This week we focus on the Second Glorious Mystery for the Twelfth Saturday

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    V. The Angel of the Lord declared unto Mary.

    R. And she conceived of the Holy Ghost.

    (Hail Mary)

    V. Behold the handmaid of the Lord.

    R. Be it done unto me according to Thy word.

    (Hail Mary)

    (genuflect)
    V. And the Word was made flesh.

    R. And dwelt among us.

    (Hail Mary)

    V. Pray for us, O holy Mother of God.

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

    V.Let us pray.

    All 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.


    V. Angelus Domini nuntiavit Mariae.

    R. Et concepit de Spiritu Sancto.

    (Ave Maria)

    V. Ecce ancilla Domini.

    R. Fiat mihi secundum verbum tuum.

    (Ave Maria)

    (genuflect)
    V. Et Verbum caro factum est.

    R. Et habitavit in nobis.

    (Ave Maria)

    V. Ora pro nobis, sancta Dei Genitrix.

    R. Ut digni efficiamur promissionibus Christi.

    V. Oremus.

    All Gratiam tuam, quaesumus Domine, mentibus nostris infunde: ut qui, Angelo nuntiante, Christi Filii tui incarnationem cognovimus, per passionem ejus et crucem ad resurrectionis gloriam perducamur. Per eumdem Christum Dominum nostrum. Amen.

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      We encourage you to learn more about the Traditional Latin Mass - the true Holy Sacrifice of the Mass in these videos at this link because each time you worthily assist at the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass in person, you gain graces that are placed in a "golden chalice", so to speak, and is offered to God to be weighed in substance when you stand before Him at your Particular Judgment. The more you have filled this chalice, the better will it go for your spiritual welfare in eternity, enhanced by your cooperation with grace. Know the Mass

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    When One Cannot physically assist at 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

    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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