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"and from that hour, the disciple took Her to his own"

My artworks are dedicated to my brother who died years ago.

There are evil agendas at work in the Church.  To ignore these facts, that have now been made know, is wrong.  We must acknowledged them and condemned them.

We are so blessed to be traditional Catholics and to be willing to suffer to bring the truth out.
Father Peter Carota
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There are evil agendas at work in the Church.  To ignore these facts, that have now been made know, is wrong.  We must acknowledged them and condemned them.
We are so blessed to be traditional Catholics and to be willing to suffer to bring the truth out.
Father Peter Carota
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September is dedicated to the 7 Dolors of Our Blessed Mother:6. Jesus Is Taken Down From The Cross
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September is dedicated to the 7 Dolors of Our Blessed Mother:

6. Jesus Is Taken Down From The Cross

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Called to be part of the preparatory commission for the Second Vatican Council, he understood immediately and instinctively its greatness as well as its poverty, and he got out of it fast. He found the cheap ecumenism “from Alice in Wonderland” from that age unbearable. Among the few conciliar theologians spared by him was the young Joseph Ratzinger, who gets only praises in the book. And vice-versa, among the few high churchmen who immediately appreciated the talent and merits of this extraordinary theologian and liturgist, the one who stands out most is Giovanni Batttista Montini, who was still Archbishop of Milan.
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It was Bouyer who had to remedy in extremis a horrible formulation of the new Eucharistic Prayer II, from which Bugnini even wanted to delete the “Sanctus”. And it was he who had to rewrite the text of the new Canon that is read in the Masses today, one evening, on the table of a trattoria in Trastevere, together with the Benedictine liturgist, Bernard Botte, with the tormenting thought that everything had to be consigned the following morning.
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Called to be part of the preparatory commission for the Second Vatican Council, he understood immediately and instinctively its greatness as well as its poverty, and he got out of it fast. He found the cheap ecumenism “from Alice in Wonderland” from that age unbearable. Among the few conciliar theologians spared by him was the young Joseph Ratzinger, who gets only praises in the book. And vice-versa, among the few high churchmen who immediately appreciated the talent and merits of this extraordinary theologian and liturgist, the one who stands out most is Giovanni Batttista Montini, who was still Archbishop of Milan.

It was Bouyer who had to remedy in extremis a horrible formulation of the new Eucharistic Prayer II, from which Bugnini even wanted to delete the “Sanctus”. And it was he who had to rewrite the text of the new Canon that is read in the Masses today, one evening, on the table of a trattoria in Trastevere, together with the Benedictine liturgist, Bernard Botte, with the tormenting thought that everything had to be consigned the following morning.

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"What shall we say about the sense of smell?No bilge-trough can be found so unclean, no sewer with so weighty a stench that it can compare with the lake of Hell into which all the filth of the whole world must be thrown"
San Roberto Bellarmino, Doctor of the Church.
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Abel also offered of the firstlings of his flock, and of their fat: and the Lord had respect to Abel, and to his offerings.

Gen. 4:4
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Studies indicate that going to church has a positive impact on health. Some researchers have used modern research techniques to attempt to discover how this is so.
A study presented to the American Psychological Association in 1998 showed some interesting relationships between church attendance and immune system functioning.
The researchers looked at the religious practices of 112 women with breast cancer. The average age of the women was fifty-three years, and those in the study group had metastatic breast cancer on average for two years. The researchers found that those who were highly religious or attended church often had stronger immune systems, including greater number of T-helper cells, lymphocytes, and other beneficial disease-fighting cells. They concluded that “spirituality is positively associated with immune status.” 
Source:Schaal, M.D., S.E. Sephton, C. Thoreson, C. Koopman, and D. Spiegel, “Religious Expression and Immune Competence in Women with Advanced Cancer.” (August 1998): Paper presented at the Meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.
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As Saint Jerome says, writing to virgin Eustochia,
“What a day of joy will that be for thee, when Mary the Mother of Our Lord, accompanied by choirs of virgins, will go to meet thee.”
St. Alphonsus Liguori, Hail Holy Queen!
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As Saint Jerome says, writing to virgin Eustochia,

“What a day of joy will that be for thee, when Mary the Mother of Our Lord, accompanied by choirs of virgins, will go to meet thee.”

St. Alphonsus Liguori, Hail Holy Queen!

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A Saint a day: September 20
Saint Jean-Charles Cornay

Priest. Member of the Paris Society of Foreign Missions.
Missionary to Vietnam, working in Annam.
Accused of theft after weapons were planted on his land to discredit him, he was actually arrested for his faith at Ban-ho.
He was kept in chains in a cage for three months, routinely beaten, and when interrogated was told to sing his answers as he was known for his beautiful voice.
One of the Martyrs of Vietnam.

Born: 27 February 1809 at Loudun, diocese of Poitiers, Vienne, France
Died: beheaded and his body hacked to pieces on 20 September 1837 at Son Tây, Ha Tây, Vietnam.
http://saints.sqpn.com/saint-jean-charles-cornay/

 

A Saint a day: September 20

Saint Jean-Charles Cornay

Priest. Member of the Paris Society of Foreign Missions.

Missionary to Vietnam, working in Annam.

Accused of theft after weapons were planted on his land to discredit him, he was actually arrested for his faith at Ban-ho.

He was kept in chains in a cage for three months, routinely beaten, and when interrogated was told to sing his answers as he was known for his beautiful voice.

One of the Martyrs of Vietnam.

Born: 27 February 1809 at Loudun, diocese of Poitiers, Vienne, France

Died: beheaded and his body hacked to pieces on 20 September 1837 at Son Tây, Ha Tây, Vietnam.

http://saints.sqpn.com/saint-jean-charles-cornay/

 

 10 years without Michael Davies:
It is well known that initially he had a degree of enthusiasm for Vatican II but he quickly realized that things were not as he, and many others expected. He joined The Latin Mass Society of England and Wales in February 1967 and very quickly became actively involved, giving talks on ‘Mass and the under elevens,’ and ‘Children and the Mass.’ He had been a Catholic for only ten years, and a teacher for only four years, but he could see immediately the damaging affect the changes would have on the faith of young people. He was to be their champion and he threw himself entirely into the battle.
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