Tag Archives: Sedevacantism

True Catholic Mass: Union with God – “in truth and in justice;” not just in reverential form

+ J.M.J. St. Hyacinth Octave Day of St. Lawrence, 3rd day in the Octave of the Assumption And I will bring them, and they shall dwell in the midst of Jerusalem:  and they shall be my people, and I will … Continue reading

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Catholic Resistance — Discalced Carmelite Father of Catholic Resistance

Contrary to the Sedevacantist claim – “You cannot recognize [as Pope the occupant who destroys the Church by his heretical words and actions] and resist [him] at the same time.” Against the ‘Conservatives’ who only have #senseofthesacred preference for beauty … Continue reading

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God judges the “New Rite of Worship” (the New ‘Mass’) an “abomination” still…

+ J.M.J. Feast of St. Ephrem Deacon, Confessor and Doctor of the Church Note from Rev. Friar John, C.D.: Bp. Williamson : “Traditional Catholics absorb with their mother’s milk that the new rite of Mass (NOM) is an abomination in … Continue reading

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Christian Redemptive Suffering

+ J.M.J.   Feast of St. John of Matha       Lord, that I may see (Lk. 18.41). The Holy Gospel for the past Quinquagesima Sunday announces the approaching Passion and Death of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. This … Continue reading

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“Bastard” Priesthood

+ J.M.J. Feast of St. Peter Canisius Confessor, Doctor of the Church, “Hammer of Protestants” Antipope Bergoglio installs today at the Vatican “New” ‘priests’ to serve their “NEW THEO…” Many will say to me in that day: Lord, Lord, have … Continue reading

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First Order of Christian Discipline

+ J.M.J. First Sunday in Lent Embrace discipline, lest… you perish from the just way (Ps. 2.12) The Great Sign in heaven has long since thundered the Apocalyptic alarm: “Penance, penance, penance!” No way then could the true Catholic Church … Continue reading

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Sedevacantist Delusion (II)

+ J.M.J. Quinquagesima Sunday Lord, that I may see. (Lk. 18.41) ‘Sedevacantism’ – that is, that the Church, for more than 55 years now, has no visible head since the death of Pope Pius XII (1958) with the Chair occupied … Continue reading

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“Now My Turn” – “Eternal Face to Face”

+ J.M.J.T. Feast of All the Saints of the Order Draw me and we will run (Cant. 1.3)… “until the shadows having disappeared [we] may be able to tell You of [our] Love in an Eternal Face to Face” (St. … Continue reading

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“Data est…”

+ JMJ Friday in Easter Week From the Holy Gospel for the day: All power in heaven and earth is given to Me (v.18). If Jesus is God, why power is GIVEN Him? Jesus is BOTH God AND Man [cf., the testimony of St. Peter … Continue reading

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“Abominatio Desolationis”

+ JMJ Thursday in Easter Week When therefore you shall see the abomination of desolation standing in the Holy Place… let them flee to the mountains (Mt. 24.15,16). In the Holy Gospel for today, we hear Mary Magdalene weeping: they have taken away my Lord; … Continue reading

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