The Church reaffirms her practice, which is based upon Sacred Scripture, of not admitting to Eucharistic Communion divorced persons who have remarried. They are unable to be admitted thereto from the fact that their state and condition of life objectively contradict that union of love between Christ and the Church which is signified and effected by the Eucharist. Continue reading Divorced & Remarried, & Familiaris Consortio
The reason this period (1800s) is ignored is for a simple reason, for that time was when atheism and protestantism ruled the world. The civilizations, popular happiness, general intelligence, and morality of the world were in total decay. Only few true Catholic nations survived, and most of them were fighting against atheist ideologies within their borders. Yet the difference between majority catholic nation versus protestant and atheist nations make strong cases for Catholicism. Atheists were significant parts of certain nation’s populations. In 1891, the population of England was 27 millions people, 5 millions of them atheists. Protestants were obviously majorities in nations like the United States and the British Empire. Those nations can be studied, and their civilizations, popular happiness, general intelligence, and morality used to prove if atheism and protestantism are true. Continue reading Catholic & Protestant Nations Before 1894
What does Mormons, Jehovah-Witnesses, Adventists, Protestants, and even Islam have in common? They believe in a great apostasy, when the Catholic Church was created and went to killed the real “Christians…” They think that the original faith of Jesus and his disciples was eradicated by Catholics. The chosen date is the time of Constantine… Continue reading On “The Great Apostasy”
« The Mass is the only real vestige of religious faith left in the world. »
Thus Carlisle in his extreme old age, even though every trace of faith had left him.
And so must all others agree who in the light of history look down the vista of ages at the Great Sacrifice.
For the Sacrifice of the Upper Room in Jerusalem, and of Calvary, the Sacrifice of the Catacombs, and the Deserts, has been perpetuated down through all the succeeding ages of history. And it is now, what it always has been, what it always must be, the great fact in the ever varying history of mankind. Continue reading Christ Instituted The Mass
℟. Here again is the wonderful day on which the Virgin Mary was taken up into heaven. We all praise her with the words: * Blessed art thou amongst women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb.
℣. Blessed art thou, holy Virgin Mary, and most worthy of praise: through thee hast risen the Sun of justice, Christ our God. * Blessed art thou amongst women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb. Continue reading Assumption of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary
Excellent article written in 1935 by Rev. Wilfred G. Hurley, C.S.P.
« This is My body. » Then He takes the chalice of wine. Again He speaks: « This is My blood. »
In a flash, they are back at that sorrowful scene of a year ago. It returns to them with tremendous vividness. They realize that at this moment they see the fulfillment of His words spoken then. Those words, which seemed so utterly impossible. But now, with His own hands, He is giving Himself to His own. Continue reading Jesus Living In The World – Today
God so Loved the world that He created hell, so that he who would refuse to believe in Him would not be forced to be in His presence, but would spend an eternity without Him. Continue reading God So Loved The World… That He Created Hell
Although the country was founded in 1608, the Canadian Confederation is still very young in celebrating its 150th birthday. And truly Canada has seen better days. The prime minister is a good looking idiot, some following truly wicked ideologies petition … Continue reading The Very Catholic Side Of Canada’s National Anthem
What should you do if you’re a Catholic and going out on vacations? Below is the response from Bishop Paul Terrio of St. Paul, Alta.
“The obligation to attend Mass on Sundays is a precept that is rooted in the Third Commandment (…) Catholics are called to obey this precept “on pain of mortal sin” which means that if we miss Mass without grave cause we should not receive Holy Communion again until we have been given absolution in the sacrament of Confession…” Continue reading Catholic & Going On Vacation; What About Mass?
…The blood coming out of the lance’s wound represents Jesus himself, it is the blood which saved and redeemed us, the blood of the Lamb who was slain. Yet what does the water stand for? Water is usually a strong symbol of grace pouring down on us. Who really reflects and personifies grace? It is as the Holy Spirit said through His messenger the Archangel Gabriel “Hail, full of grace”! I suddenly remembered the prophecy of Simeon “a sword shall pierce thy heart”… Continue reading Blood & Water―The Birth of the Church
Sedevacantists believes that the Chair of Peter is empty. SSPV and other schismatic groups who believes in “the remnant” and who “fight” against the Second Vatican Council holds an impossible position. In a previous post explaining Modern Errors (under which … Continue reading Sedevacantism
Today’s world is facing a new kind of schism or impaired communion, as in illicit, in the Catholic Church, brought by the FSSPX (do not confuse with the FSSP) and modern sedevacantists, whose latter style comes from other more ancients schismatic … Continue reading FSSPX, SSPV, Sedevacantism, & Other Modern Errors