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The True Catholic Mass: Traditional Latin Mass - Philippines


Traditional Rite of Holy Week-Easter Vigil (17 Apr – 20 Apr). Traditional Latin Mass – “the NORM  in perpetuity” (Pope St. Pius V, ex cathedra decree “Quo primum” which is to be adhered to “ 570 more words

Catholic Tradition

Dead Men Walking


First Saturday of the Month

Woman, behold thy son…
(Jn. 19.27)

When St. John Mary-Vianney went around his parish in his early years of being the pastor of Ars, he observed that there were many “living dead” – in the absence of the modern lingo ‘zombies’. 1,405 more words

Christian Life

The Church is always reflecting deeper on her understanding of Mary's role

The Church is always reflecting deeper on her understanding of Mary’s role

The Church’s reflection today on the mystery of Christ and on her own nature has led her to find at the root of the former and is a culmination of the latter the same figure of a woman: the Virgin Mary, the Mother of Christ and the Mother of the Church. 82 more words


Pope Paul VI: "the preferential respect due to the poor"

“In teaching us charity, the Gospel instructs us in the preferential respect due to the poor and the special situation they have in society: the most fortunate should renounce some of their rights so as to place their goods generously at the service of others.’” 6 more words

Religious/Theological Reflections

"Lex orandi, lex credendi"


St. John Capistran
Franciscan Saint who preached a Crusade in the 15th c. which delivered Europe
from the Mohammedans

The supernaturally heroic service this valiant son of Saint Francis rendered to the glory of God and His kingdom on earth – the Church – was rendered ‘politically correct’ by the “Vatican II-Church” (1965) so as not to contradict the… 379 more words

Christian Life

Make us worthy to serve

Make us worthy, Lord to serve our fellow men throughout the world who live and die in poverty and hunger. Give them through our hands this day their daily bread, and by our understanding love, give peace and joy. 67 more words


What do Pope Paul VI And Evel Knievel Have In Common?

Jewelry once owned by a Pope rarely goes up for sale, and when those same pieces were also once owned by a pop culture icon, it is almost unthinkable.   373 more words