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    I'm struck with awe of the advice the great Doctor of the Church St. Augustine passed down regarding almsgiving that you see directly below.

      "Generosity will save a person from Eternal Death, it will even blot out any sin.....because Almsgiving is prayer...it brings graces, it cleanses the soul from guilt and punishment.....What good is faith without works, if we desert our fellow man in his need.?"

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November 27


Ad Te levÁvi
St. Bridget ch. 22
November 28


Ad Te levávi
St. Bridget ch. 23
November 29


Ad Te levávi
St. Bridget ch. 24
November 30


Mihi autem nimis
St. Bridget ch. 25
December 1


Ad Te levávi
St. Bridget ch. 26
December 2


Ad Te levávi
St. Bridget ch. 27
December 3


Loquébar
St. Bridget ch. 28


        The First Sunday of Advent picks up where the Last Sunday after Pentecost left off as we begin another full Liturgical Year. John Gregory provides the Haydock Commentary for the First Sunday of Advent Don't say we weren't warned in which our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ alerts us of the signs that will signal His return and at that time man will realize the folly of following the world, the flesh and the devil just as St. Paul admonishes us to "cast off the works of darkness, and put on the armor of light". For the First Week of Advent, the prayer around the Advent Wreath, as we light one candle during the special prayers for the week beginning on Sunday. Prior to this, the Advent Wreath was blessed with the prayers:

            Priest: Our help is in the name of the Lord. All: Who hath made Heaven and earth. Priest: Let us pray. O God, by Whose word all things are sanctified, pour forth Thy blessing sprinkles the wreath with holy water upon this wreath, and grant that we who use it may prepare our hearts for the coming of Christ and may receive from Thee abundant graces. Through Christ our Lord. Amen. For more, see First Week Advent Wreath Prayer.

   On Tuesday we also begin the Nine Day Novena for the Immaculate Conception On Wednesday, the feast of the holy Apostle and Martyr St. Andrew, we begin the Christmas Novena Prayer to be prayed 15 times a day through Christmas Day.

    In this first week, replete with Advent Feria days, we celebrate two saints of note: St. Andrew the holy Apostle, and on Saturday the feast of the holy missionary St. Francis Xavier. It's also First Saturday Devotions as asked by Our Lady at Fatima, preceded by First Friday Devotions on December 2.


December 4


Populus Sion
St. Bridget ch. 29
December 5


Populus Sion
St. Bridget ch. 30
December 6


Statuit ei Dominus
St. Bridget ch. 31
December 7


In medio Ecclesiae
St. Bridget ch. 32
December 8


Gaudens gaudébo
St. Bridget ch. 33
December 9


Gaudens gaudébo
St. Bridget ch. 34
December 10


Gaudens gaudébo
St. Bridget ch. 35


   Before we celebrate the Holy Day of Obligation honoring the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, we observe the Second Week of Advent with the prayer around the Advent Wreath, as we light two candles during the special prayers for the week beginning on Sunday. Prior to this, the Advent Wreath was blessed with the prayer:

          Priest: Our help is in the name of the Lord. All: Who hath made Heaven and earth. Priest: Let us pray. O Lord, stir up our hearts that we may prepare the ways of Thine only-begotten Son, that through His coming we may be made worthy to serve Thee with purified minds. Through Christ our Lord. Amen. For more, see Second Week Advent Wreath Prayer.

    For the Second Sunday, John Gregory provides the Haydock Commentary "More Than a Prophet". On Sunday we honor the holy Bishop and Doctor of the Church St. Peter Chrysologus, whose golden voice earned him the title the Doctor of Homilies with a commemoration of the holy virgin and martyr St. Barbara. Because his feast falls on the Second Sunday of Advent, there is only a commemoration at all Low Masses. Also on Sunday we begin the Novena for Our Lady of Guadalupe in preparation for her feast on December 12. On Tuesday we celebrate the feast of another holy Bishop St. Nicholas on Tuesday, of whom was patterned the modern day Santa Claus (Saint Cholas or jolly St. Nick). John Gregory shares with readers why "St. Nicholas Would Approve", and Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey presents inspiration with one of the longest titles you'll find in Seeking to Follow the Example of Saint Nicholas, Not That of the "Santa Clauses" Who Have Taken Us Over the Moral Cliff . On Wednesday, a day of Fasting and Complete Abstinence for the Vigil of the Immaculate Conception we celebrate the feast of the holy Bishop and Doctor of the Church St. Ambrose who was renowned as the Converter of Saints. Something sorely missing in this time of the Great Apostasy wrought by Vatican 2 and the CONciLIAR church, aka the "whore of Babylon".

      Everyone between 21 and 59 years of age is bound to observe the law of fast. Besides all the days of Lent for fasting and partial abstinence (except Sundays), Ember Days are days of fast and partial abstinence. In Advent we have two Vigils with complete abstinence. December 7 is the Vigil of the Immaculate Conception, and Christmas Eve is also the same. No meat. On days of fast only one full meal is allowed. Two other meatless meals, sufficient to maintain strength may be taken according to each one's need, but together they should not equal another full meal. Meat may be taken at the principal meal on a day of fast except on days of complete abstinence. Eating between meals is not permitted but liquids, including milk and fruit juices are allowed. When health or ability to work would be seriously affected, the law does not oblige. In doubt concerning fast or abstinence, consult your parish priest or confessor.

          John Gregory provides the Haydock Commentary for this solemnity with From All Eternity. It was 161 years ago on December 8, that His Holiness Pope Pius IX officially declared the great dogma of the Immaculate Conception decreeing that Mary, was conceived from all Eternity totally free of Original Sin for God would choose nothing but a pure tabernacle to house the Father's only-begotten Son. The solemnity is not only a holyday of Obligation, but the United States is dedicated to Mary under the title of the Immaculate Conception. For the the Mass of this First Class Solemnity, see Gaudens gaudébo

      O Mary Immaculate! Guard with loving care this country dedicated to thee. Let thy purity keep it pure. Watch over its institutions. As thou art the Refuge of all sinners, this country is the refuge of the exiled and the oppressed. Guide it ever in the ways of peace. Let not its prosperity be its ruin. Alas! Many of its children who know not what they do, are walking in uncertain paths which are dark, and lead them away from truth. Mother of all, pray for us and plead for them, that we, thy children, may love and adore thy adorable Son with more fervent faith, and that those who are wandering in error's path may, through thy intercession, return to the one Fold of the True Shepherd - to thy Son, our Savior, Jesus Christ. Amen.

   The prayer above to Mary, patron of America under the title of the Immaculate Conception, is more pertinent today than ever before as we see from the daily headlines. Amongst all the filth and evil embodied in the world, the flesh and the devil we can turn to the spotless Mother of Christ, whom God deigned from the beginning of time to be conceived immaculately in her mother St. Anne's womb in order that there would be the purest living tabernacle for the Son of God. What joy we have in having the purest of mothers to intercede for us. Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey presents inspiration for this Solemnity with Spotless Blessed Mother, Spotless Mother Church.


December 11


Gaudéte
St. Bridget ch. 36
December 12


Salve, sancta parens
St. Bridget ch. 37
December 13


Dilexísti justítiam
St. Bridget ch. 38
December 14


Roráte, Coeli
St. Bridget ch. 39
December 15


< Gaudens gaudébo
St. Bridget ch. 40
December 16


Prope es Tu
St. Bridget ch. 41
December 17


Veni, et osténde
St. Bridget ch. 42


    In the midst of Advent we take time to rejoice in the Lord as we hear and pray several times during the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass for the Third Sunday of Advent "Gaudéte in Dómino"; something that gives us great hope just as it inflamed the hearts of those hearing St. John the Baptist's call to repent for the Lord was nigh. In the Third Week of Advent the prayer around the Advent Wreath begins by lighting three candles, this one the rose colored one, during the special prayers for the week beginning on Sunday. It begins with:

            Priest: Our help is in the name of the Lord. All: Who hath made Heaven and earth. Priest: Let us pray. O Lord, we beseech Thee, incline Thine ear to our prayers and enlighten the darkness of our minds by the grace of Thy visitation. Through Christ our Lord. Amen. His coming we may be made worthy to serve Thee with purified minds. Through Christ our Lord. Amen. For more, see Third Week Advent Wreath Prayers.

       John Gregory provides the Haydock Commentary where, in St. Paul's Epistle he speaks of the attributes of the Holy Sacrifice with Repentant Prayer, Adoration, Petition and Thanksgiving in preparation for receiving Our Lord and Savior, Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity in the holy Eucharist. In the Gospel of St. John the Evangelist, his namesake the Baptist, when grilled by the Jews, confounds them by not identifying Who the Lord is by name, but rather by the Old Testament prophesies. When interrogated as to who this raggedy man who baptizes with water is, he answers with what Isaias foretold as "the voice of one crying in the wilderness" as we see in The Voice of the Precursor.

       Most of this week we observe either the Mass within the Octave of the Immaculate Conception or the Feria for the Second Sunday. The exceptions being Thursday and Friday when we celebrate the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe. We complete the Novena for this feast where Mary appeared in 1531 to the peasant Juan Diego and produced the miraculous tilma as proof she had not only appeared, but that she came to end human sacrifice. Shortly after the Aztecs' beastly practice was abandoned, so strong her message, that most of Mexico was converted to the true Faith when countless others were abandoning it in Europe during the Protestant Revolution of the sixteenth century. Dr. Droleskey offers an account of this in The Americas Belong to Our Lady. December 13 is the feast of the holy virgin and martyr St. Lucy This week is Ember Week in Advent with the normal rules of fast and abstinence on Wednesday and Saturday with Friday remaining full abstinence from meat. On Thursday we observe the Octave Day of the Immaculate Conception.

        At the end of this week we begin the "O Antiphons", a tradition long observed by holy Mother Church since the eighth century. Said in the Office for the day, they are derived from various titles of Jesus Christ and scripturally based short prayers said from the 17th through the 23rd of December by which the Church expresses her deep longing for the coming of the Messiah. Thus, beginning Saturday is the countdown to the Nativity Nine-Day Nativity Novena and the O Antiphons


December 18


Roráte Coeli
St. Bridget ch. 43
December 19


Roráte Coeli
St. Bridget ch. 44
December 20


Roráte Coeli
St. Bridget ch. 45
December 21


Mihi autem nimis
St. Bridget ch. 46
December 22


Tenuísti manum
St. Bridget ch. 47
December 23


Roráte Coeli
St. Bridget ch. 48
December 24


Hodie sciétis
St. Bridget ch. 49


   We have arrived at the last week of Advent, in which, as we see in the Haydock Commentary again provided by John Gregory, features the expectation of the Light of the world to "bring to light the hidden things of darkness" as St. Paul notes in the Epistle and St. Luke asserts that "the crooked shall be made straight; and the rough ways plain" by the coming of He Who will redeem man as has been foretold by the immediate precursor of the Messias. That, of course, is St. John the Baptist, who proclaims the Lord is nigh and who shall "make straight His paths". In the Fourth Week of Advent the prayer around the Advent Wreath begins by lighting all four candles. It begins with:

          Priest: Our help is in the name of the Lord. All: Who hath made Heaven and earth. Priest: Let us pray. O Lord, we beseech Thee, stir up Thy power and come; and with great might deliver us, that with the help of Thy grace, Thy merciful forgiveness may hasten what our sins impede. Through Christ our Lord. Amen. For more, see Fourth Week Advent Wreath Prayers.

      Though there is no commemoration, Sunday is the traditional observance of the Expectation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. On Wednesday we honor the holy Apostle St. Thomas, known affectionately as the "Doubting Apostle" from his questioning of whether or not Our Lord appeared to the others in the upper room after His Resurrection. The next day is the Double of the second class feast of the pioneering virginal educator and missionary Mother St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, who left her indelible mark on many institutions in the United States.

We complete the Greater Antiphons and Novena in preparation for the Nativity of Our Lord this week. Finally we end Advent on Saturday when we observe the Vigil of the Nativity and a reminder that Christmas Eve is a day of fast and complete abstinence in great anticipation of the birth of Our Lord and Savior on Sunday, December 25 when Christmastide officially begins at Midnight.

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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

Prayer to St. Michael the Archangel

Saint Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle; be our defense against the wickedness and snares of the devil. May God rebuke him, we humbly pray. And do thou, O prince of the heavenly host, by the power of God thrust into hell Satan and all the evil spirits who prowl about the world for the ruin of souls. Amen.

Sancte Michael Archangele, defende nos in proelio, contra nequitiam et insidias diaboli esto praesidium. Imperet illi Deus, supplices deprecamur: tuque, Princeps militiae caelestis, Satanam aliosque spiritus malignos, qui ad perditionem animarum pervagantur in mundo, divina virtute, in infernum detrude. Amen.

Soul of Christ, sanctify me.
Body of Christ, save me.
Blood of Christ, inebriate me.
Water from the side of Christ, wash me.
Passion of Christ, strengthen me.
O good Jesus, hear me.
Within Thy wounds, hide me.
Permit me to never be separated from Thee.
From the malicious enemy, defend me.
At the hour of my death, call me
And bid me to come to unto Thee
That with Thy Saints I may praise Thee
Forever and ever. Amen.


Anima Christi, sanctifica me.
Corpus Christi, salva me.
Sanguis Christi, inebria me.
Aqua lateris Christi, lava me.
Passio Christi, conforta me.
O bone Iesu, exaudi me.
Intra Tua vulnera absconde me.
Ne permittas me separari a Te.
Ab hoste maligno defende me.
In hora mortis meae voca me.
Et iube me venire ad Te,
Ut cum Sanctis tuis laudem te
in saecula saeculorum. Amen.



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.

Pray for the Sick


Pray for the Dearly Departed Souls
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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."

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Pope Pius IX, July 31, 1858

MEMORARE
Remember, O most gracious Virgin Mary, that never was it known that anyone who fled to thy protection, implored thy help, or sought thy intercession was left unaided. Inspired with this confidence, I fly to thee, O Virgin of virgins, my Mother; to thee do I come; before thee I stand, sinful and sorrowful. O Mother of the Word Incarnate, despise not my petitions, but in thy mercy hear and answer me. Amen.

Memorare, O piissima Virgo Maria, non esse auditum a saeculo, quemquam ad tua currentem praesidia, tua implorantem auxilia, tua petentem suffragia, esse derelictum. Ego tali animatus confidentia, ad te, Virgo Virginum, Mater, curro, ad te venio, coram te gemens peccator assisto. Noli, Mater Verbi, verba mea despicere; sed audi propitia et exaudi. Amen.



The Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Lord have mercy on us,
   Christ, have mercy on us.
Lord, have mercy on us. Christ, hear us.
   Christ, graciously hear us.
God, the Father of Heaven,
   have mercy on us.
Holy Trinity, one God,
   have mercy on us.
God, the Son, Redeemer of the world,
   have mercy on us.
God, the Holy Ghost,
   have mercy on us.
Holy Trinity, one God,
   have mercy on us.
Holy Mary, * pray for us.
Holy Mother of God, *
Holy, Virgin of virgins, *
Mother of Christ, *
Mother of divine grace, *
Mother most pure, *
Mother most chaste, *
Mother inviolate, *
Mother undefiled, *
Mother most amiable, *
Mother most admirable, *
Mother of good counsel, *
Mother of our Creator, *
Mother of our Savior, *
Virgin most prudent, *
Virgin most venerable, *
Virgin most renowned, *
Virgin most powerful, *
Virgin most merciful, *
Virgin most faithful, *
Mirror of justice, *
Seat of wisdom, *
Cause of our joy, *
Spiritual vessel, *
Vessel of honor, *
Singular vessel of devotion, *
Mystical rose, *
Tower of David, *
Tower of ivory, *
House of gold, *
Ark of the covenant, *
Gate of Heaven, *
Morning star, *
Health of the sick, *
Refuge of sinners, *
Comforter of the afflicted, *
Help of Christians, *
Queen of angels, *
Queen of patriarchs, *
Queen of prophets, *
Queen of Apostles, *
Queen of martyrs, *
Queen of confessors, *
Queen of virgins, *
Queen of all saints, *
Queen conceived without original sin, *
Queen assumed into Heaven, *
Queen of the most holy Rosary, *
Queen of peace, *

  Lamb of God, Who takest away the sins of the world,spare us, O Lord.
  Lamb of God, Who takest away the sins of the world, graciously hear us, O Lord.
  Lamb of God, Who takest away the sins of the world,have mercy on us.

V. Pray for us, O holy Mother of God.
R. That we may be worthy of the promises of Christ.

Let us pray.

  Grant unto us, Thy servants, we beseech Thee, O Lord God, at all times to enjoy health of soul and body; and by the glorious intercession of Blessed Mary, ever virgin, when freed from the sorrows of this present life, to enter into that joy which hath no end. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.

The angel of the Lord declared unto Mary. And she conceived of the Holy Ghost.
Hail Mary full of grace, the Lord is with thee. Blessed art thou among women and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus.

Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death. Amen.

Behold the handmaid of the Lord. Be it done unto me according to Thy word. Hail Mary...

And the Word was made flesh. And dwelt among us. Hail Mary...

Pray for us, O holy Mother of God. That we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ.

Let us pray.
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.


Angelus Domini nuntiavit Mariae. Et concepit de Spiritu Sancto.

Ave Maria, gratia plena, Dominus tecum benedicta tu in mulieribus, et benedictus fructis ventris tui, Jesus.

Sancta Maria, Mater Dei, ora pro nobis peccatoribus, nunc et in hora mortis nostrae. Amen.

Ecce ancilla Domini. Fiat mihi secundum verbum tuum. Ave Maria...

Et Verbum caro factum est. Et habitavit in nobis. Ave Maria...

Ora pro nobis, sancta Dei Genitrix. Ut digni efficiamur promissionibus Christi.

Oremus.
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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  • 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
  • Heresies of John Paul 2 Documented by previous True Popes & Scriptures
  • Fr. Sylvester Berry in 1921: "Satan will Persecute the Papacy" Novus Ordo Watch
  • Fr. Sylvester Berry warned in 1927: "Satan will set up a False Church Novus Ordo Watch
  • Syllogism of Sedevacantism Michael Cain
  • The Chair is Still Empty Gregorius
  • Sedevacantism: A Quick Primer Fr. Anthony Cekada
  • Msgr. Fulton J. Sheen in 1948: "Satan will set up a Counter-Church which will be the Ape of the Catholic Church" Novus Ordo Watch
  • 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
  • Conspiracy! Meet Six High-Profile Traditional Catholic Conspiracy Nuts 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
  • Papacy and Freemasonry Msgr. Jouin
  • Francis' Heresy regarding the Jews Novus Ordo Watch
  • Francis' Heresy about Faith without Works Novus Ordo Watch
  • The "Bad Popes" Argument fails everytime Novus Ordo Watch
  • Pope Leo XIII Quashes Popular "Recognize-and-Resist" Position Novus Ordo Watch
  • Numerous Popes before V2 warned of the Freemason Plot against the Church Novus Ordo Watch
  • Is the question of the pope: "Just an opinion"? Bishop Donald Sanborn
  • Null and Void: Why "Pope" Francis is Not a Valid Priest and Not a Valid Bishop Novus Ordo Watch
  • The "Canonization" of John Paul II: Decision Time for Traditionalists Novus Ordo Watch

  • Secrets of LaSalette
  • 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
  • Mass in the Vatican with Pope Pius XII (Italian)
  • Pastor Angelicus Pius XII (Italian)
  • Life of Pius XII (Italian)
  • Last Years of Pius XII (Italian)
  • The SSPX, "Resistance," and Sedevacantism Bishop Donald Sanborn
  • 'Pope' Francis and Sedevacantism Bishop Mark Pivarunas, CMRI

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