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
It took more than a quarter of a century for the Oh Canada to be “translated” into English and to this day, that version is deeply different. The original hymn is deeply Catholic, deeply french-patriotic, and it shows what it meant (and should mean) to be Canadian for those of French descent. The original hymn talks about Saint John the Baptist, about the Papacy and the Holy Mass, about evangelizing foreign nations, how the Catholic Faith would protect both home and rights. How could it have been so Catholic?
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…”
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…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
“The SSPV are dangerous, as they hold the view that the Seat of Peter is empty, and thereby they reject the infallible teaching of the First Vatican Council. Notice it brings them back to Vatican I and not Vatican II… This brought unto them the two choices of Christ or nothing. Their two choices are as follows: His Holiness Pope Francis is the successor of Peter. OR : Jesus Christ, Son of the Living God, is not Divine.”
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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
Can we know the date Jesus died? Can we know if the Gospels are accurate? Yes, in fact we can! Dr Taylor Marshall explained it in one of his video lessons and I quickly noted down the essential. John the … Continue reading The Date of Christ’s Dead; Catholics Got It Right?
To clarify the subject, Catholics do not believe in either faith alone, nor works alone. We are saved by sanctifying Grace, through works. Now you might ask, where is faith is all of that, because you do need faith in … Continue reading Works, or Faith Alone? A Catholic Response
I am sharing an excellent article which provides clarification on Amoris Lætitia, from the Archdiocese of Vancouver, Canada. The clarification goes to the point, it’s brief, and it leads the people towards what they have to hear, and that with love … Continue reading Amoris Lætitia : Marriage, Divorce, and Holy Communion…
The Blessed Virgin of Mount Carmel has promised to save those who wear the scapular from the fires of hell; She will also shorten their stay in purgatory if they should pass from this world still owing some debt of punishment. … Continue reading Our Lady of Mount Carmel and the Brown Scapular
NFP is to be used so that the love, trust, and respect between a man and a woman flourishes… and the best way to grasp this love is to look at a newborn child. A new and beautiful human being, created in the image and likeness of God, through and with love. Man and women are made in the image and likeness of God. So how exactly is this fulfilled? Continue reading Can Natural Family Planning be Misused?