Tag Archives: Jews

“Diabolical disorientation” : Vatican II religious harlotry (‘ecumenism’)

+ J.M.J. Feast of St. Francis of Assisi  Our Lord revealed to this ‘seraphic’ Saint of Assisi that He would restore the Church on him – why the Church, in the lessons of her Divine Office today, inculcates with this … Continue reading

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The “Catholic God” of Tender Mercy AND of Just Wrath

+ J.M.J. Ninth Sunday after Pentecost God does not only weep when we, like to the adherents of the Synagogue of Satan (Apoc. 2.9;3.9), turn our gaze away from the Truth, fearing that the light which makes us see evil – … Continue reading

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The Work of the Divine Spirit

+ J.M.J. Fourth Sunday after Easter Every best gift, and every perfect gift, is from above, coming down from the Father of lights (from today’s Lesson, Epistle of St. James, 1.17-21). Best gift, so thus the liturgy or the official … Continue reading

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Neo-Catholic Schism

+ J.M.J. Second Sunday after Epiphany Let love be without dissimulation. Hating that which is evil, cleaving to what is good (from the Lesson for today’s Mass, Rom. 12.6-16) Formal schism (“schism” in its essence) is the rejection in principle … Continue reading

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St. Michael and the Few Elect

+ J.M.J. Feast of St. Michael the Archangel We heard in today’s Holy Gospel (the Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost) that many – Jews and Gentiles alike – have been called to the kingdom of God, that is, the Church established by His … Continue reading

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“Mater… sanctae spei”

+ J.M.J. Feast of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary I am the Mother… of holy hope… (Ecclus. 24.24, from the Epistle for the Feast of Our Lady of Perpetual Succor – the Epistle also for the Feast of Our … Continue reading

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“Dies Domini”

+ JMJ Saturday in the Easter Week … The Lord’s Day (Apoc. 1.10)   From the Holy Gospel (Jn. 20.1-9) for the day: And on the first day of the week… when it was yet dark… the stone taken away from … Continue reading

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The Christian Triumph in God’s Terms

+ JMJ Feast of Christ the King Giving thanks to God the Father, Who hath made us worthy to be partakers of the lot of the saints in light: Who hath delivered us from the power of darkness, and hath … Continue reading

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Mary, Mother Yet Ever Virgin

+ JMJ Christian Doctrinal Instruction: Mary’s Perpetual Virginity – She was a Virgin before, during, and after the Birth of Jesus Christ Her Viriginity before the Birth of Jesus Mary’s virginal conception was already foretold in the Old Testament by … Continue reading

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Signum Crucis

+ JMJ Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross The Sign of the Cross by Fr. F. Spirago The Catholic makes confession of his Faith most especially by the sign of the Holy Cross. By it he lets men … Continue reading

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