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FOURTH SUNDAY in LENT
Palm Sunday

PALM SUNDAY



Viva Christo Rey!




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Instruction on the Holy Sacrament of Penance


The Restoration of all things in Christ

CONTRA HAERESES



Maureen Dowd, plagiarist, continues vitriolic attack on the Church

Setting the Record Straight

(In the case of abusive Milwaukee priest Father Lawrence Murphy


Remembering the Souls in Purgatory
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IN HEAVEN ALREADY?

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The PERFECT SECRETARY OF STATE
Rafael Cardinal Merry del Val

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South Korean figure skate Gold Medalist is Catholic



Obama and Abortion
Obama's Abortion Confusion
Obama's obsession with abortion
Obsession with the Gay Agenda

Clueless Catholics
(In Office, in Organization., or in private life)
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Supper of the Lord's Mass: Church's preaching will not fail throughout history


Novena to the HOLY GHOST

ASCENSION SUNDAY?
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THE WORLD

THE CITY OF GOD
Great Cathedrals: Catechisms in Stone

Eucharistic Miracles

The One Catholic Mass

Its Validity, Liceity, and Benefit

GENERAL CONFESSION

 Evolution  of  the  NOM
Which began on 28 May, 1948


The NEW Catholic Formation
[What they are teaching Our Children]

The Question of "Pro Multis"
To be resolved

ROMAN PROTESTANTS
Who are they?

Can a Catholic be a "Promise Keeper"?
The answer is No!

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ETERNAL PUNISHMENT
Cry of a Lost Soul

The Jews and the Covenant

WHAT IS SCANDAL?

NEWS FATIMA
The Shrine of Our Lady

The ROMAN Connection


Catholic PRAYERS

Daily Neglects

SEVEN OFFERINGS OF THE PRECIOUS BLOOD

Remembering the Souls in Purgatory
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Fifteen Prayers of St. Bridget

The Seven Sorrows of The Blessed Virgin Mary

Our Lady of Guadalupe




In heaven Jesus still carries the scar of that wound in His Sacred Heart, pierced by the spear of Longinus,
which speaks eloquently of the greatest love the world will ever know.


Divine Mercy Devotion



Prayer of St Therese of the Infant Jesus and the Holy Face

It is said that this devotion brought St Therese of Lisieux, "the Little Flower", to her great sanctity. This is her prayer to the Holy Face:

O Jesus, who in Thy bitter Passion didst become "the most abject of men, a man of sorrows", I venerate Thy Sacred Face whereon there once did shine the beauty and sweetness of the Godhead; but now it has become for me as if it were the face of a leper! Nevertheless, under those disfigured features, I recognize Thy infinite Love and I am consumed with the desire to love Thee and make Thee loved by all men. The tears which well up abundantly in Thy sacred eyes appear to me as so many precious pearls that I love to gather up, in order to purchase the souls of poor sinners by means of their infinite value. O Jesus, whose adorable Face ravishes my heart, I implore Thee to fix deep within me Thy divine image and to set me on fire with Thy Love, that I may be found worthy to come to the contemplation of Thy glorious Face in Heaven.

Amen.


Gloria in Excélsis Deo


The CRUCIFIXION
Crudelissimum eterrimunque supplicum
(the most cruel and atrocious of punishments)
                                        -- Cicero [d. 43 B.C.]

"SUFFERED UNDER PONTIUS PILATE, WAS CRUCIFIED, DEAD, AND BURIED"  
[THE ROMAN CATECHISM, Article IV
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THE PEOPLE AT THE CROSS, AND THE PEOPLE OF TODAY


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De Facto Destruction of the Traditional Catholic Faith

New and revised edition of Robert Banaugh's dissertation


THE CHRISTIAN’S LAST END = Volume 5
Sermon by Fr. Francis Hunolt

THE UNHAPPY DEATH OF THE WICKED

http://www.alcazar.net/23rdSundayAfterPentecost.html



Introit of the Mass (20th Sunday after Pentecost) is an humble prayer, by which we acknowledge that we are punished for our disobedience: All that thou hast done to us,
O Lord, thou hast done in true judgment: because we have sinned against thee, and have not obeyed thy commandments: but give glory to thy name, and deal with us
according to the multitude of thy mercy. (Dan. III. 28.) Blessed are the undefiled in the way: who walk in the law of the Lord. (Ps. CXVIII.). Glory, &c


That the Church founded by Jesus Christ on the Rock of Peter and has commissioned His Apostles to carry out His mission which He entrusted to His Vicar on Earth, the Holy Pontiff, which was
mainly for the salvation of souls and no other purpose, we can only make the simple comparison and see that His Holy Church is not what is presently claimed to be that Church.

ROMAN PROTESTANTS

Dear Mr. Karl Keating:

To assert that the conciliar Reform is not from the Holy Spirit, one only has to observe that, since 1965, two religions have been fighting it out in the very heart of the Church:
that of Man who makes himself god against that of God who became man. You will know them by their fruits.
--Abbé de Nantes

Reverend Fr. Basil Wrighton wrote:

Whatever the new “ecumenism” may say or mean, the plain fact remains that there is fundamental antithesis between “Catholic” and “Protestant.” One has only to reflect on the history of these two religions to
see how they contradict and exclude one another.

While the one claims to expound a divine revelation with divinely conferred authority and to administer supernatural sacraments as a means of divine grace, the other professes only to comment on the Scriptures by the light of human reason, and fights shy of anything supernatural or miraculous. While the one upholds the great Christian mysteries of the Holy Trinity, the Incarnation, the redemption and the Real Presence of Christ in the Holy Eucharist, the other has
become very doubtful about these mysteries and inclined to reject some or all of them as outdated superstitions.

The same holds good concerning angels and devils, hell, purgatory and heaven: these are very real for Catholics, very unreal for Protestants, at any rate for the contemporary type.

Please read on: http://www.alcazar.net/roman_protestants.html


Nineteenth Sunday After Pentecost

Who then is truly the New Israel?



THE LESSON ON THE PARABLE IN TODAY'S GOSPEL:

In this parable the king is our Heavenly Father who has espoused His only-begotten Son to the Church, and on this occasion prepares the most sumptuous marriage-feast by giving the
evangelical doctrine, the holy Sacraments, and the heavenly joys. The servants sent to invite the guests are the prophets, apostles and disciples of Christ. Those invited are the Jews
who despised the honor and grace of the divine King, destined for them, abused and killed His servants, and were, therefore, cast aside and with their city Jerusalem, destroyed by
the armies of their enemies, as a just punishment; in their stead the heathens and all those nations were called, who were on the broad road to destruction, and who now occupy the
places of the unfortunate Jews at the marriage feast of the Church, and shall also occupy them in heaven. In the Jews to whom Christ addressed this parable, is verified that many of
them, nay, all are called, but few chosen, because they would not heed the invitation.

APPLICATION. We have the honor not only to be invited to this marriage-feast, but are in reality guests at it, because we are members of the Church of Christ by faith. "But the
Christian," says St.Gregory, "who is a member of the Church by faith, but has not charity, is like to a man who comes to the marriage-feast without the wedding garment." With this
garment which is charity, Christ was vested, when He came to celebrate the nuptials with His spouse, the Church, and by the bond of charity the Son of God also unites Himself with
His elect. He clearly lets us know that charity is the wedding garment which should vest us. Those, therefore, who believe and are in the communion of the Church, but who do not
preserve the grace of charity, are indeed in the wedding-chamber, but they are not adorned with the wedding garment. They are dead members of the Church, and shall not be admitted
without this garment into the celestial marriage-feast in the triumphant Church, but rather be cast like that unfortunate guest into exterior darkness. This guest was silent, when asked by
the king, why he had not the wedding garment.

By this we see, that no one can excuse himself to God for not having charity, because every one can have it, if he asks it from God, and, as St. Augustine says, our heart is the workshop
of charity, and everyone who has a heart can practice it.




Introduction to the Devout Life
St. Francis de Sales


What True Devotion Is

The Nature and Excellence of Devotion

Devotion is Suitable to Every Vocation and Profession

The Need of a Guide for Those Who Would Enter Upon and Advance in the Devout Life

The First Step Must Be Purifying the Soul

The First Purification, Namely, From Mortal Sin

The Second Purification, From All Sinful Affections


The Catholic Ethos

In the dispensation of the fullness of times, to perfect all things in Christ, that are in heaven and in earth, in him.  [Ephesians1:10]*
Nota Bene
The Catholic Church
The Life of a Soul
The meaning of Redemption
Doctrine of Atonement

Who is saved?
The Spiritual Life
The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass
The Deposit of Faith
Doctrine
The Magisterium
The Petrine Office

Traditionalism
The First Protestant (Lucifer)
Defensor Fidei
Neo-Catholicism
The Church in Eclipse


APOLOGETICS


Contra Haereses
In defense of the Catholic Faith

In Heaven Already?

Catholic Issues and Practices

TERRI SCHIAVO
Politicians are still wrong
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Saving the Unborn
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A Word to Catholic Parents 
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CONTRACEPTION

On UNITY

Musings of an Infirm Catholic Mind
The Homosexual Agenda

A Renewed Attack on Mary
(when will Protestants ever stop?)


APRIL
MARTYRIOLOGY
1st & 2nd Week

St. Hugh, 1
St. Francis of Paula, 2
St. Richard, 3
St. Isidore, 4
St. Vincent Ferrer, 5
St. Hegesippus, a
Primitive Father, 7
St. Dionysius of Corinth,
Bl. Julia Billiart, 8
St. Mary of Egypt, 9
St. Bademus, 10

Seven Sorrows of
BVM, 11

Comm: Feria for Lent
Comm: St. Leo I, 11
St. Sabas, the Goth, 12



2013 Liturgical Calendar


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APRIL 13, 2014

PALM SUNDAY


Epistle
Philip. II. 5-11


GOSPEL
Matthew XXI. 1-9

"Hosanna to the Son of
David! Blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord."

EXPLANATIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS CONCERNING THE CHURCH YEAR


LESSON 1

LESSON 1A

LESSON 1B

The Reason for the General Judgment

Another Reason for the General Judgment


LESSON 2

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Meditation

St. Thomas on Christ the King

Our Lady of Guadalupe

LESSON

The Necessity of Alms-Giving for the Avoidance of Sin

The Company of the Reprobate in Hell

Last Sunday's Gospel: Demonic possession
LESSON
LESSON 1
THE UNHAPPY DEATH OF THE WICKED

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*Constant meditation on Death*
Death Will Come Unexpectedly


LESSON 2

The Vanity of the Hope of Heaven in Those Who Do Not Keep the Commandments of God

LESSON 3
The Judge as Our Redeemer

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The Necessity of Parents Giving Good Example to Their Children

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THE BAD CHRISTIAN
The Number of Those Who Really Love God Is Small


Holy Name of Jesus



"and you shall be odious to all men for my name, but he that shall persevere unto the end, he shall be saved. [Mt. 10:22]

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