PROPER OF THE MASS FOR EACH SUNDAY IN JULY|
Following are the links for each Proper of the Mass for the Traditional Latin Mass for each Sunday in July which is at the beginning of each of Fr. Louis Campbell's sermons for each Sunday.
Major Feasts and Sundays in
The month we celebrate the Feast of the Transfiguration of the Lord, two important major feasts of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and a myriad of saints, including three Doctors of the Church, the earthly father of Our Lady St. Joachim, and the Apostle St. Bartholomew
Proper of the Mass for Eighth Sunday After Pentecost
"Qui legit, intelligat"
In Father Louis Campbell's sermon for the Eighth Sunday After Pentecost, he points out we are not debtors to the new world order - the neo-pagan temples of mammon, but rather reapers of the fields 'white for the harvest'. He talks about the accountability of stewardship in the shepherds today who have greatly betrayed Christ's trust by allowing the infiltration of neo-pagan and downright pagan practices and beliefs that are not being addressed or condemned by today's Conciliar Church, but at times emulated. Father cites that even the elect have been swayed and mislead by the sirens of satan and that those who we should be able to depend upon to uphold and safeguard the Faith are the very ones making friends of the mammon of iniquity as Christ warns in today's Gospel for, indeed, as Father verifies in passages from Corinthians, no man can serve two masters. as he explains in
Attack of the False Prophets.
Proper of the Mass for Ninth Sunday After Pentecost
In Father Louis Campbell's sermon for the Ninth Sunday After Pentecost, he warns how cleverly the serpent lures them in to the den of thieves, mesmerizing and lulling the people to sleep, where they can't even hear the rattle, the hiss; setting them up for the kill by fostering half-truths and deadening the moral sense of truth until the populace will swallow anything, including defiling God's house as well as accepting the recent heresy that the Jews wait for the Messiah is not in vain, or that the United States must support Israel at all costs in establishing the 'New Jerusalem' which is the claim of the Zionists who steadfastly refuse Jesus as Lord and Redeemer. Despite the rantings of TV evangelists and many in the Conciliar church, this is not the course God has deigned. Beware of the serpent's lies. The only true destiny for the Jews and all others, the only true triumph will be when they accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Redeemer and enter into the New Jerusalem - His One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church - undefiled. No exceptions! Father points out what the prophet Zechariah and St. John foretold and that all will come to pass despite the devil driving men mad and confused, as Father explains in his sermon.
"whom the gods wish to destroy".
Proper for the Mass of the Double of the First Class Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
In Father Louis Campbell's sermon for the Holy Day of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary into Heaven, he emphasizes how just as we must defend always the virginal purity of Mary, so also we must defend the purity of the teachings of Holy Mother the Church, which today has been so violated by heresies and anathemas that the Bride of Christ is hardly recognizable to most who seek to defend the True Faith. One such example is the pandering to non-Catholic interests and seeking to please man rather than God, a direct indictment declared guilty by the Apostle Paul in Galatians 1: 10, and yet the post-conciliar church plods onward on the error-filled, anathematical course oblivious to the fact they are denying the purity of the Giver of Truth, the Holy Ghost. Father entreats all to heed Pope Pius XII's words, "Where Mary is present, Satan is absent; where the sun shines, there is no darkness." Father urges all to let the Son shine in upholding the truths and traditions of Holy Mother Church and protecting the good name and example of Blessed Mary Ever Virgin
Proper for the Mass of the Tenth Sunday After Pentecost
In Father Louis Campbell's sermon for the Tenth Sunday After Pentecost, he speaks of the Spirit to which St. Paul addresses in today's Epistle. Father illustrates what is truly charismatic and what are false, ecumenical charismatic movements that are contrary to Church teaching and not tested as Paul advises in 1 Thessalonians 5 must be done. The problem, as Fr. points out, is that we get caught up in emotion and taken in by the charlatans of modernism, pentecostalism and paganism. The Holy Ghost speaks not through madmen, novelty, feelings, or innovations but in the whisper of the wind to the heart of the soul. We only need to hoist our sails in the solid teaching of the Church in recognizing and practicing the 'consolations of God' in the gifts and fruits of the Sanctifier. In the pure, breeze of the Paraclete, He will move us along gently toward our appointed goal of everlasting life as Fr. explains in his sermon The persecutions of the world and the consolations of God .
Proper for the Mass of the Eleventh Sunday After Pentecost
In Father Louis Campbell's sermon for the Eleventh Sunday After Pentecost, he points out how the world has been so dumbed down that they do not realize Christ's wonders that the deaf hear and the dumb speak. The world today subscribes to "hear no evil, see no evil, say no evil" and in this denial, evil is free to roam because we have ignored the warnings from Heaven and dared tempt the fates, denying the very truths expressed in the Apostles' Creed and reinforced in the Sacred Scriptures and constituted evangelic traditions. Yet stubbornly, like the ill-fated kings of France, so many refuse to not only see the evil in our midst, but fail to do anything about it, blindly following John Paul II towards a one world order in his call for universal internationl laws that seek the reign of world peace, while ignoring the true peace that can only begin with acknowledging the Social Kingship of Christ to and for all as Father explains in his sermon His Reign of Love.
Proper for the Mass of the Twelfth Sunday After Pentecost
In Father Louis Campbell's sermon for the Twelfth Sunday After Pentecost, he shows how the conspiracy that many swore could never happen has, and that many might despair of what has been lost. In explaining briefly how society has become so gullible along with the modern church of Vatican II, Father holds up the Gospel of Luke to show how the Good Samaritan will assure that the infernal robbers will not triumph over Christ's Holy Church as Father explains in his sermon "Pouring in oil and wine"