FRIDAY-SATURDAY-SUNDAY          April 19-21, 2002           volume 13, no. 75

  • FRIDAY: Historical feasts of Saint Elphege, Bishop who was martyred in 1012 and Pope Saint Leo IX who died in 1054.
  • SATURDAY: Historical feasts of Saint Marcellinus, Bishop who died in 374 and of Saint Agnes of Montepulciano, Virgin who died in 1317.
  • SUNDAY: Third Sunday after Easter. Feast of Saint Anselm, Bishop and Doctor of the Church who died in 1109. Historical feast of Saint Conrad, Religious who died in 1894.
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    IN THIS WEEKEND'S ISSUE:

     Exspectans exspectavimus Ecclesia Dei
    Today we bring you a shocking revelation that you would not simply believe if it weren't true! Father Peter Scott, District Superior of the Society of Saint Pius X in America, reveals something few Catholics are aware of and that is a New Ten Commandments authored by the Holy Father himself at Assisi this year in which God is noticeably left out. Now you know why the SSPX has faithfully stood by Eternal Rome and resisted following Modern Rome for it leads to ruin as you will see in this blockbuster analysis he so adroitly presents Friday in THE New Ten Commandments!


     Traditional Insights
    In this issue Mario Derksen continues with his series on the The Humanism of John Paul II with his third installment in which one would have to ask if indeed a man named Bob - Bob Dylan - has had more influence over the Holy Father than another Bob - Saint Robert Bellarmine - for the Pope has subscribed to and promoted incessantly a 'civilization of love.' It is a mindset more reminiscent of the hippies of the 60's era - the same time that spawned Vatican II - a Council and fruits of which are truly just 'Blowin' in the Wind' as the bad tree of Vatican II is finally being stripped of its false foliage for all to see the barren branches. Mario explains in part three in his column The Assisi Interfaith Prayer Scandals - III
     Christ or chaos
    In today's issue Dr. Thomas Droleskey continues his popular series on G.I.R.M. Warfare when he examines paragraph 92 in which the blame falls squarely on the bishops for so many abuses because of their autonomy in doing whatever they want and designating ill-gotten persons to carry out directives that aren't direct from concelebrating to lay manipulation of the sacred. In this deliberate ambiguity we can see how everything is beginning to unravel because the liturgy is not disciplined, not in harmony with what it truly should be - an unchangeable propitiatory sacrifice as he points out in his 43rd installment, Designation can lead to Disintegration.

    WHAT YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED:

     Defending Catholic Truth and Tradition
    In Thursday's issue we brought you the second installment from the series begun on Monday in critiquing the Pontifical Biblical Commission's error-filled document. This critique was written by Atila Sinke Guimar„es, with Dr. Marian Therese Horvat assisting in translation and editing an orthodox, Traditional, true Roman Catholic response in seven installments (from April 15-May 6) to the flawed document "The Hebrew People in its Holy Scriptures and the Christian Bible" issued late last year by the Vatican's Pontifical Biblical Commission. Atila offered on Thursday part two "An Extreme of Historicism" in an essay that should truly alarm you regarding the Changes in Doctrine and New Anathemas


     Appreciating the Precious Gift of our Faith
    Thursday we focused on sincere contrition and the degrees of true forgiveness for both mortal and venial sins. It takes humility to admit we failed, to ask forgiveness and for Catholics they have the greatest salve possible - the Sacrament of Penance which enables one to, like the Prodigal Son, have all their sins forgiven provided they are truly sorrowful as we presented the third part in our 268th installment taken from My Catholic Faith in Sorrow for Sin.
     The Great Sacrilege
    Father James F. Wathen, O.S.J. has granted permission to publish his entire work which was first published by Tan Books in 1972, and which we urge you to read for everything he wrote back then is backed by the solid depositum fidei - the Sacred Deposit of the Faith and still holds true. It takes up where the Ottaviani Intervention left off as you saw in Thursday's issue when Father addressed the new communion which has become an assembly line of the ridiculous in the Novus Ordo as he explained in Part Seventeen of Chapter Four The "Communion"
     Pro Life Prescriptions
    Wednesday Dr. Frank Joseph illustrated the irony and God-incidences that the area of Buffalo, New York, where Roe vs. Wade was first waged, is now ready to don sackcloth and ashes in reparation for the grave sin of abortion by building a tremendous tribute to the Triumph of Mary's Immaculate Heart with a tower that will be the world's tallest, reaching towards the Heavens as a lasting memorial to the Holy Innocents, a shrine in the Auschwitz of America to honor the aborted children. Dr. Joseph explained in his column The Triumph of Will and Grace!
     Simply Sheen
    In Wednesday's issue we brought you a short essay by Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen that delineated between natural law and moral law and how it is the failure to heed the latter that leads to wars both exteriorily and interiorily. Indeed, the concept of 'freedom' does have its limits and we all have to answer to the Eternal Judge for violation of the law. For those trying to do away with moral law, they cannot destroy it, they can only destroy themselves. You could see that in There's a Consequence to Ignoring Moral Law.
     "By their fruits you shall know them"
    Tuesday we brought you an article by Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D. which first ran in Catholic Family News last October and which editor John Vennari has graciously given us permission to bring you here for it gives more credence to our editorial "The New Mass is the Real Destruction of the Roman Rite" and further insight as to whys of the depths and depravity Newchurch has sunk to in relaxing the necessary absolutes and disciplines to allow Catholics the freedom to express Masonic, New Age and false religion concepts in a spirit of tolerance and openess to new ideas that will liberate man from his traditional values. All stem from a bad, bad tree; all their fruits are not only bad, but rotten to the core as Cuddy documented in The Catholic Church, Freemasonry and the New Age.
     Traditional Thought
    In Tuesday's issue we presented the first of an excellent three-part commentary by Michael Matt, editor of The Remnant, who has given us permission to bring this insightful piece to our readers. In it he dissected how what might look good on the surface, such as the "Campos Compromise," is, in effect, a web of deceit in which those who are willing to compromise could very well be engulfed by the insatiable Modernists who are bent on auto-demolition in their relentless effort to eradicate Traditional Catholicism and its Heavenly liturgies. He explained in part one of Vatican II: Weapon of Mass Destruction
      The Twelve Promises of the Sacred Heart
    Tuesday we brought you more of the excellent work by Father Joseph McDonnell, S.J. first written during the Pontificate of Pope Saint Pius X and which, now out of print, Catholic Family News has given us permission to reprint following their publishing of it. It is a beautiful meditation and commentary that should encourage more devotion to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus as we continued with Part Eleven - The Sixth Promise.
     White Smoke, Black Fire!
    We continued with the second episode of chapter seven in Part III - "The Shadowing" as Pat learns of the terrible fate of Fasif, Elias, and Helene through a mysterious phone call on the other side of midnight, while at the same time Fr. Stephen Navarro, O.M.I. waits for release of the Roman coffins at a hangar adjacent to Fiumicino Airport shadowed by Cardinal Macelli and his lackey Fr. Urazzi. All that is needed is clearance from Dr. Makuta Ogidi who they wait for to emerge from the shadows.
     Defending Catholic Truth and Tradition
    Monday we began a very important series by Atila Sinke Guimar„es, with Dr. Marian Therese Horvat assisting in translation and editing an orthodox, traditional, true Roman Catholic response in seven installments (from April 15-May 6) to the flawed document "The Hebrew People in its Holy Scriptures and the Christian Bible" issued late last year by the Vatican's Pontifical Biblical Commission. It created quite a stir with a horror story in the New York Times in late January. Guess what? Those horror stories are true! Atila offered part one "Historical-Doctrinal Presuppositions" in an essay that should truly alarm you regarding the Changes in Doctrine and New Anathemas
     Catholic PewPOINT
    Monday editor Michael Cain described the events that led up to the debut of Atila's undeniable critique above of the Pontifical Biblical Commission's latest document. Despite the appearance and claims by post-conciliar Church officials that Catholic doctrine has not changed and that sacred traditions have not been tampered with, this latest document issued and approved by the Holy See proves things are not kosher between Eternal Rome and Modern Rome. Masonic, Jewish and Modernist interests have usurped the halls of the Vatican to create Newchurch in the shadows of the Cross of Christ as Cain explained in his commentary Rome has lost the faith! The evidence is obvious!
      Doctors of the Church

    Monday's Doctor of the Church was another from the fourth century who was both greatly persecuted by the Arians and ostracized by many within the Church because of false information. For 35 years he was the bishop of Jerusalem and foretold the earthquake that would destroy the rebuilt temple in the Holy City. He is best known for his clear, precise and no-nonsense catechesis that set the pattern for catechisms to come. We are speaking of Saint Cyril of Jerusalem


    "Whence is all disturbance of mind, if not from following one's own desires?"

    "He who is his own master is a scholar under a fool."

    "Take away self-will, and there will be no Hell."


    Saint Bernard of Clairvaux


    This Weekend in Church History
    Death of the Saintly Pope who was forced to break with the East

    Pope Saint Leo IX    On this day 948 years ago in 1054, Pope Saint Leo IX, the 152nd successor of Peter, passed on to his Heavenly reward. His pontificate was remembered for the beginning of the Great Schism between East and West when Michael Cerularius refused to recognize the Roman Pontiff as supreme and the creed of Filioque. Becaue of this Pope St. Leo had no alternative but to have to excommunicate the Eastern Patriarch. There have been a few thaws since then but the Greek Orthodox Church is skeptical of the ecumenical bent of Modern Rome and well they should be for there is little call for reunion under Catholic conditions, but rather compromise where the truths of the creed are not resolved. This, as Catholic truth has always taught, is unacceptable and why St. Leo IX acted as he did.


    In each issue we will feature a special prayer to enhance your Catholic devotions


    Prayer for the Feast of Saint Anselm

    We beseech The, O Lord, that blessed Anselm, Thy Bishop and illustrious Doctor may approach to pray for us, that these Thy sacrifices may bring us salvation. Through our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who liveth and reigneth with Thee in the unity of the Holy Ghost, one world without end. Amen.

    From the Post Communion Prayer for the Feast of St. Anselm

    For prayers posted thus far, see Devotions and Reflections
    LITURGY OF SAINTS

    FRIDAY, April 19:
    Historical feasts of Saint Elphege, Bishop who was martyred in 1012 and Pope Saint Leo IX who died in 1054.

    SATURDAY, April 20:
    Historical feasts of Saint Marcellinus, Bishop who died in 374 and of Saint Agnes of Montepulciano, Virgin who died in 1317.

    SUNDAY, April 21:
    Third Sunday after Easter. Feast of Saint Anselm, Bishop and Doctor of the Church who died in 1109. Historical feast of Saint Conrad, Religious who died in 1894.
    For reflections on the Sunday Liturgy, see Fr. Cusick's reflections

    MONDAY, April 22:
    Traditional Feasts of Pope Saint Soter who was martyred in 175 and Pope Saint Caius, martyred in 296. Historical feast of Saint Alexander and Saint Epipodius who died in 326. St. Epipodius is the Patron of Victims of Betrayal.

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