Archived Issues (portal10.htm) of The DailyCatholic, a Traditional Catholic publication dedicated to perpetuating the One True Faith and preserving the Traditional Latin Mass in this time of the Great Apostasy by upholding the sedevacantist syllogism in order to Save All Necessary Catholic Traditions in the United States (SANCTUS) and preserve the Truths and Traditions of the Church founded by Jesus Christ upon the Rock of Peter.

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FEBRUARY 2011

MARCH 2011

APRIL 2011

        • April 21 Holy Thursday - vol. 22, no. 111
        • April 22 Good Friday - vol. 22, no. 112
        • April 23 Holy Saturday - vol. 22, no. 113

        • April 24 EASTER SUNDAY - vol. 22, no. 114
        • April 25 Easter Monday - vol. 22, no. 115
        • April 26 Easter Tuesday - vol. 22, no. 116
        • April 27 Easter Wednesday - vol. 22, no. 117
        • April 28 Easter Thursday - vol. 22, no. 118
        • April 29 Easter Friday - vol. 22, no. 119
        • April 30 Easter Saturday - vol. 22, no. 120

MAY 2011

        • May 1 LOW SUNDAY - vol. 22, no. 121
        • May 2 Monday - vol. 22, no. 122
        • May 3 Tuesday - vol. 22, no. 123
        • May 4 Wednesday - vol. 22, no. 124
        • May 5 Thursday - vol. 22, no. 125
        • May 6 Friday - vol. 22, no. 126
        • May 7 Saturday - vol. 22, no. 127
        • May 8 SUNDAY - vol. 22, no. 128
        • May 9 Monday - vol. 22, no. 129
        • May 10 Tuesday - vol. 22, no. 130
        • May 11 Wednesday - vol. 22, no. 131
        • May 12 Thursday - vol. 22, no. 132
        • May 13 Friday - vol. 22, no. 133
        • May 14 Saturday - vol. 22, no. 134
        • May 15 SUNDAY - vol. 22, no. 135
        • May 16 Monday - vol. 22, no. 136
        • May 17 Tuesday - vol. 22, no. 137
        • May 18 Wednesday - vol. 22, no. 138
        • May 19 Thursday - vol. 22, no. 139
        • May 20 Friday - vol. 22, no. 140
        • May 21 Saturday - vol. 22, no. 141
        • May 22 SUNDAY - vol. 22, no. 142
        • May 23 Monday - vol. 22, no. 143
        • May 24 Tuesday - vol. 22, no. 144
        • May 25 Wednesday - vol. 22, no. 145
        • May 26 Thursday - vol. 22, no. 146
        • May 27 Friday - vol. 22, no. 147
        • May 28 Saturday - vol. 22, no. 148
        • May 29 SUNDAY - vol. 22, no. 149
        • May 30 Monday - vol. 22, no. 150
        • May 31 Tuesday - vol. 22, no. 151

JUNE 2011

        • June 1 Wednesday - vol. 22, no. 152
        • June 1 ASCENSION THURSDAY - vol. 22, no. 153
        • June 3 First Friday - vol. 22, no. 154
        • June 4 First Saturday - vol. 22, no. 155
        • June 5 SUNDAY - vol. 22, no. 156
        • June 6 Monday - vol. 22, no. 156
        • June 7 Tuesday - vol. 22, no. 157
        • June 8 Wednesday - vol. 22, no. 158
        • June 9 Thursday - vol. 22, no. 159
        • June 10 Friday - vol. 22, no. 160
        • June 11 Saturday - vol. 22, no. 161
        • June 12 PENTECOST - vol. 22, no. 162
        • June 13 Pentecost Monday - vol. 22, no. 163
        • June 14 Pentecost Tuesday - vol. 22, no. 164
        • June 15 Ember Wednesday - vol. 22, no. 165
        • June 16 Thursday - vol. 22, no. 166
        • June 17 Ember Friday - vol. 22, no. 167
        • June 18 Ember Saturday - vol. 22, no. 168
        • June 19 TRINITY SUNDAY - vol. 22, no. 169
        • June 20 Monday - vol. 22, no. 170
        • June 21 Tuesday - vol. 22, no. 171
        • June 22 Wednesday - vol. 22, no. 172
        • June 23 Corpus Christi Thursday - vol. 22, no. 173
        • June 24 Friday - vol. 22, no. 174
        • June 25 Saturday - vol. 22, no. 175
        • June 26 SUNDAY - vol. 22, no. 176
        • June 27 Monday - vol. 22, no. 177
        • June 28 Tuesday - vol. 22, no. 178
        • June 29 Wednesday - vol. 22, no. 179
        • June 30 Thursday - vol. 22, no. 180

JULY 2011

        • July 1 First Friday - vol. 22, no. 181
        • July 2 First Saturday - vol. 22, no. 182
        • July 3 SUNDAY - vol. 22, no. 183
        • July 4 Monday - vol. 22, no. 184
        • July 5 Tuesday - vol. 22, no. 185
        • July 6 Wednesday - vol. 22, no. 186
        • July 7 Thursday - vol. 22, no. 187
        • July 8 Friday - vol. 22, no. 188
        • July 9 Saturday - vol. 22, no. 189
        • July 10 SUNDAY - vol. 22, no. 190
        • July 11 Monday - vol. 22, no. 191
        • July 12 Tuesday - vol. 22, no. 192
        • July 13 Wednesday - vol. 22, no. 193
        • July 14 Thursday - vol. 22, no. 194
        • July 15 Friay - vol. 22, no. 195
        • July 16 Saturday - vol. 22, no. 196
        • July 17 SUNDAY - vol. 22, no. 197
        • July 18 Monday - vol. 22, no. 198
        • July 19 Tuesday - vol. 22, no. 199
        • July 20 Wednesday - vol. 22, no. 200
        • July 21 Thursday - vol. 22, no. 201
        • July 22 Friday - vol. 22, no. 202
        • July 23 Saturday - vol. 22, no. 203
        • July 24 SUNDAY - vol. 22, no. 204
        • July 25 Monday - vol. 22, no. 205
        • July 26 Tuesday - vol. 22, no. 206
        • July 27 Wednesday - vol. 22, no. 207
        • July 28 Thursday - vol. 22, no. 208
        • July 29 Friday - vol. 22, no. 209
        • July 30 Saturday - vol. 22, no. 210
        • July 31 SUNDAY - vol. 22, no. 211
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SEPTEMBER 2011

OCTOBER 2011

NOVEMBER 2011


    We are deeply grateful to Griff Ruby, who spent months recouping all the links possible from every issue of The DailyCatholic since its inception on November 1, 1997. Amazingly, he was also able to find and preserve some articles and issues from our former print tabloid A Call To Peace published from 1990 through 1997. This includes articles placed on line in 1996 which were posted on a site no longer active - Catholic-Internet.org.

   We want to post here a disclaimer for as you read each issue, you'll be able to see the editor's journey from conservative Novus Ordo to the Indult to the SSPX position to independent chapels to the ultimate conclusion every Catholic will eventually arrive at when they review all the evidence and documentation of what Holy Mother Church has always taught that the conciliar popes and all they authorized must be null and void for they have veered from what Christ taught and from what has been set in stone by the infallible, perennial Magisterium of the Church.

    Because of Griff's dedication to this massive project which he has encouraged us to make available to all as a resource, we do so for the sake of souls everywhere, but ask each of you to keep in mind this apostolate has been and continues to be a vehicle in which God has given us the grace to see more clearly and return to the solid ground of the infrangible one True Faith; a faith which is contradictory to the conciliar path taken over the past 48 years. Perhaps our journey and the articles provided from October 15, 2001 on will help the reader reflect that arduous pilgrimage - and it truly was soul-wrenching and a stark wake-up call in realizing what we had been told over the past 40 years was diametrically opposed to the patrimony of the Church Christ founded - a syllogistic determination that had taken us quite a while to realize and finally return to the fullness of the faith in harmony with the Truths and Traditions of Holy Mother Church. We hope this will aid you in your journey back to the unchangeable truth.

   We take pride in, and are grateful for, the caliber of contributing writers we were able to feature over the years and are delighted that they can still be read, regardless of the fact some writers are no longer affiliated with The Daily Catholic but can still be resourced, regardless of our differences with them all for we will always hold them with deep Christian charity. And so below is the portal to over 40,000 pages in the archives of The Daily Catholic. May you have good sailing and may our Lord and His Blessed Mother Mary guide and guard you always and may the Holy Ghost inspire you to always seek the truth no matter the consequences of how it will affect your life in the world, for the more you learn the True Faith, the greater your opportunity to keep the True Faith and intelligently pass it on to present and future generations - the backbone of tomorrow's Roman Catholic Church and the hope of all mankind in prayerful anticipation of the Triumph of Mary's Immaculate Heart and the inevitable establishment of the Social Kingship of Jesus Christ in every nation on earth. Vivat Christus Rex

Michael Cain, editor