Linking here to a report dated June 7, 2023, from a Houston, TX Fox TV station concerning Fort Worth Bishop Michael Olson's recent issues with the nuns of a Carmelite monastery in Arlington, TX. The item describes criminal investigations reportedly now underway in Tarrant County into the events of recent weeks. As a sometime financial … Continue reading The Law and Bishop Olson
Act of Consecration of the Human Race to the Sacred Heart Of Jesus
June is the Month Dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Our Lord Jesus Christ. This consecration is greatly needed: _______________________ Most sweet … Act of Consecration of the Human Race to the Sacred Heart Of Jesus Reposting from Saint Louis Catholic. Please pass it on. Laudetur Jesus Christus! Cor Jesu Sacratissimum, miserere nobis.
Memorial Day: A Debt to Repay
Originally posted on Almost Chosen People: ? ? ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IzUU-hdtxv8 When you go home, tell them of us and say, For your …Memorial Day: A Debt to Repay
Surrexit Dominus Vere!
He is risen, indeed. May this feast of the Resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, which heralds our own redemption and opens to us the gates of Heaven, also herald a worldwide resurrection of a firm resolve, on the part of all people of good will, to stand up to the forces of … Continue reading Surrexit Dominus Vere!
By whatever name he is properly called, this man needs our prayers for repentance and forgiveness of his sins, just as any of us does. The fact that … Prayer Request Passing this on from Saint Louis Catholic. Oremus.
A timely reminder.
Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday after the first Sunday of Lent are the Spring Ember Days, when we fast and give thanks for the marvelous works of God, Who orders the changing of the times and seasons.
In Lenten Embertide, we anticipate the coming of Spring, the time of birth and renewal, of planting and preparation. As the Earth continues her yearly lap around the Sun, the weather begins to warm up, the ground thaws, and things that were sleeping begin to wake up. The dreary, contemplative winter is over, and the time for up and doing is fast approaching.
As I say, Spring is the time of planting; laying down the seeds that won’t bear fruit until the year’s end. The time of making plans and starting down the road, not expecting immediate recompense, but trusting that it will come in the end.
So, take this time to fast and…
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Two Different Churches
Want a quick contrast study between the Church of the Ages and the Church of Vatican II? Here is the Collect from today’s N.O. Mass, the fourth Sunday after Epiphany (I ignore that “ordinary time” stuff anymore.) "Grant us, Lord our God, that we may honor you with all our mind, and love everyone in … Continue reading Two Different Churches
And for what it’s worth, I would not be surprised if we learned someday that Cardinal Pell was, shall we say, helped along the path to his eternal rest.
Evil times, getting more evil. Someone who tried to actually do something. May the Lord reward his brave servant, George Neumayr.
Treasures of the Church
An Experience of Holy Relics This evening, our parish in Wylie, TX hosted a presentation of over 150 holy relics by Father Carlos Martins, who is based in Detroit, and whose ministry is sponsored by the Holy See. You can learn more about the details here. My bride convinced me to attend despite my previously … Continue reading Treasures of the Church
Freedom of Opinion is Dying
And the Free Exercise Clause May Be Next H/T to Robert W. Malone, MD (email@example.com) I've copied and am pasting here a short segment from Dr. Malone's Sunday Strip of today, December 11, 2022. Its lesson concerning the endangered state of freedom of opinion applies equally to the free exercise of religion in the USA, … Continue reading Freedom of Opinion is Dying