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

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The Improbable Triumph Of The Latin Mass

EVERY SERIOUS PERSON who has examined the postconciliar liturgical reforms admits that the changes went far beyond what the fathers of Vatican II envisioned. The fathers gave principles, but never voted on, approved, or even saw the changes made by the Consilium half a decade later. These radical changes (nowhere mandated by Council documents) represent a REJECTION of Vatican II.

the full article:

http://www.ccwatershed.org/blog/2014/jul/27/utterly-improbable-triumph-latin-mass/

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St. Peter Consecrates St. Laurence as Deacon - 
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A Saint a day: August 1
Feast of Saint Peter in Chains

The feast was originally kept in Rome, Italy to commemorate the dedication of the Church of Saint Peter on the Esquiline Hill built by Eudoxia Licinia in 442, and rebuilt by Adrian I in the 8th century. When the chains which Saint Peter had worn in prison, and from which he was freed by angelic intervention (see readings below) were later venerated there, the feast received its present name.
The date when these chains were brought from Jerusalem is disputed; some claim they were brought in 116 by travellers sent in search of them by Saint Balbina and her father Saint Quirinus, while others think Saint Eudoxia brought them in 439. Pope Saint Leo the Great united them to the chains with which Saint Peter had been fettered in the Mamertine Prison, forming a chain about two yards long which is preserved in a bronze safe and guarded by a special confraternity.

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A Saint a day: August 1

Feast of Saint Peter in Chains

The feast was originally kept in Rome, Italy to commemorate the dedication of the Church of Saint Peter on the Esquiline Hill built by Eudoxia Licinia in 442, and rebuilt by Adrian I in the 8th century. When the chains which Saint Peter had worn in prison, and from which he was freed by angelic intervention (see readings below) were later venerated there, the feast received its present name.

The date when these chains were brought from Jerusalem is disputed; some claim they were brought in 116 by travellers sent in search of them by Saint Balbina and her father Saint Quirinus, while others think Saint Eudoxia brought them in 439. Pope Saint Leo the Great united them to the chains with which Saint Peter had been fettered in the Mamertine Prison, forming a chain about two yards long which is preserved in a bronze safe and guarded by a special confraternity.

http://saints.sqpn.com/feast-of-saint-peter-in-chains/

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Was the Jesuit Karl Rahner a Freemason?

Immaculate heart  31/07/2014 00:41:30

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