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The Apostle of Rome vs. The Apostle of Modern Thought

On this Pentecost Sunday, let's spend our time reflecting on two apostles-- the 16th Century St. Philip Neri, known as "the Apostle of Rome", and the Jesuit Teilhard de Chardin, the "apostle of evolut...

calendar_today May 28, 2023
schedule 19:26

We Need an Advocate to Win Our Case in the Divine Court

Prayers of Bd. Miriam of Jesus Crucified: “O Holy Ghost, inspire me; O Love of God, consume me; To the right road, lead me; Mary my Mother, look upon me; with Jesus, bless me; From all evil, from all...

calendar_today May 28, 2023
schedule 23:39

Hijacking the Work of the Spirit

The Spirit of God Who is so close to us…Who guides Holy Church and reminds her of what the Lord taught His Apostles…is often misused and even abused. Like Montanus of old, some have hijacked the work...

calendar_today May 21, 2023
schedule 9:28

The Mass of the Ages Never Gets Old

For the revolutionaries…for those who are change agents always seeking progress…Gregorian chant becomes a dated form of music…a medieval way of worshiping, instead of a lasting treasure of the Church...

calendar_today May 18, 2023
schedule 16:42

The New Adam Opened Heaven with the New Eve

Today His Majesty rose up body and soul into heaven, 40 days after His Resurrection. He did not go alone but went with a cloud of saints to accompany Him… all the souls from the Limbo of the Fathers,...

calendar_today May 14, 2023
schedule 21:21

You Must Have Had a Good Mother

Dear Mothers, know the terms of your contract and seek to fulfill them. They are found in the Ark of the Covenant… When you do, you will participate in Our Lady’s unfailing efforts to raise up saints...

calendar_today May 14, 2023
schedule 20:01

Tranissaries and the Alphabet Religion

The federal government is also involved with forming a new generation of tranissaries. The Defense Department perceives a new type of soldier utterly brutal to a perceived enemy and utterly loyal to t...

calendar_today May 10, 2023
schedule 21:22

Saint Life: Monica -- Patroness of Mothers

“A woman, when she is in labor, hath sorrow, because her hour is come: but when she hath brought forth the child, she remembereth no more the anguish, for joy that a man is born into the world.” This...

calendar_today May 7, 2023
schedule 18:06

The Anglicans Invade Rome

St. John Lateran is the oldest basilica in Rome and is the cathedral of the Church of Rome for it contains that papal seat or throne of authority. The cathedral of Rome, therefore, is not St Peter’s B...

calendar_today May 6, 2023
schedule 11:26

The Garden of God -- The Blessed Virgin Mary

St. Louis de Montfort: “In this Eden, this weedless garden… one may find trees which were planted by God and maintained by His grace. There is the tree of life which bore Jesus as its fruit. And the...

calendar_today May 6, 2023
schedule 9:01

First Saturday Meditation: The Resurrection -- Rising Up Early in the Morning

For this First Saturday Meditation today, let us focus on the Mystery of His Majesty’s Resurrection and the 11th Apparition at Lourdes. From St. Mark’s Gospel we hear: “very early in the morning, the...

calendar_today May 3, 2023
schedule 14:57

Saint Life: Bld Bartolo Longo -- The Holy Rosary - Medicine for Sadness

Bd. Bartolo Longo, an apostle of the Rosary, was a holy layman who built the church for Our Lady of the Rosary in Pompeii and started the apostolates attached to it. He lived a life of experimentatio...

calendar_today April 26, 2023
schedule 23:60

Saint Life: Uganda Martyrs -- To Die Rather Than Sin

\"Magis mori quam peccare — to die rather than to sin.\" This Christian maxim inspired the martyrs of Uganda—canonized in 1964. These martyrs had been prepared for the supreme sacrifice of martyrdom f...

calendar_today April 23, 2023
schedule 25:19

Good Shepherds Keep Their Contracts

Since Good Friday, we have been considering salvation history through the lens of a contract with God and His Created order. For those who are faithful to this contract, seeking to fulfill justice, th...

calendar_today April 16, 2023
schedule 23:48

Seeking First the Kingdom of God AND His Justice

Among the many and manifold reasons for His Majesty’s Resurrection is God’s Justice and His Mercy. St. Thomas Aquinas teaches that the Resurrection is “for the commendation of Divine Justice, to which...

calendar_today April 9, 2023
schedule 18:05

Early in the Morning

In a number of places throughout the Sacred Scriptures, we hear how God likes to work early in the morning… all of which point to this moment in time! God likes to work in the morning early because th...

calendar_today April 7, 2023
schedule 18:44

Good Friday Meditation: Re-Establishing Broken Contracts to Obtain Peace and Avoid God's Wrath, Part 2

May we never doubt that God keeps His contracts. Men, even those high up like a Caiphas and Aaron, may break them, such that all under them will suffer, but when we keep to our part, God will give us...

calendar_today April 7, 2023
schedule 19:26

Good Friday Meditation: Re-Establishing Broken Contracts to Obtain Peace and Avoid God's Wrath, Part I

One simple way to view all history is to see it through the lens of a contract or covenant. Adam and Eve entered into a contract with God in Paradise. The terms were simple. “Of every tree of paradise...

calendar_today April 7, 2023
schedule 18:30

Good Friday Meditation: Re-Establishing Broken Contracts to Obtain Peace and Avoid God's Wrath, Part 3

Another simple way to see all of history might be to view the EFFECTS of a fulfilled or broken contract. If terms are fulfilled, peace and order result. If not fulfilled, then there is ENTROPY! Let us...

calendar_today April 6, 2023
schedule 22:03

The True Roman Rite

We are a part of a fight for the Faith and for the Liturgy of Rome. For too many years, Traditional Catholics have been focusing in on poor arguments…some arguing against the validity of the New Rites...

calendar_today April 2, 2023
schedule 10:01

Overcoming the Instinct of Self-Preservation is Required to Conquer with Christ

True knowledge is knowledge of causes. What is the cause, then, of the people of Jerusalem so easily betraying and abandoning His Majesty to the ignominious death of the Cross? They honored and praise...

calendar_today March 16, 2023
schedule 56:13

Mission on the Armor of God -- the Treasure Chest of Armor

When the entropy of the world reaches levels that approach melting point, God has to intervene or we will certainly perish. And He does this by opening up to us His Treasure Chest, His Ark, at the cen...

calendar_today March 15, 2023
schedule 67:46

Mission on the Armor of God -- The Shield of Faith -- the Cross of Christ

Consider the grand plan of how God made the universe. I think it is safe to say that somehow He started with the center of time and worked outward to the beginning and end of time. Just as the Sacred...

calendar_today March 14, 2023
schedule 77:10

Mission on the Armor of God -- Throwing Down Enemy Scaling Ladders with Courage and Compunction

Tonight we need to discuss some of the ways the enemy breaks into our interior castles, that is, our hearts and our marriages and families, to cause division. It is agreed upon by the fathers, doctors...

calendar_today March 12, 2023
schedule 29:54

Mission on the Armor of God -- The Armory Part II -- Model S Weaponry

God’s Armory, however, gives us all we need to keep out the smoke of Satan and is represented by the Five smooth stones and sling of King David, standing for the five sacred wounds and pointing toward...

calendar_today March 12, 2023
schedule 23:52

Mission on the Armor of God: Introduction -- Life is a Warfare

In this Mission we are going to examine as much as time permits what armor His Majesty left us as He rose up into the heaven of heavens, leading the way home. We will consider clothing like helmets, b...

calendar_today March 12, 2023
schedule 70:40

Mission on the Armor of God -- The Sword of the Spirit

Visit the War or Situation Room in this Conference as well as understand something of the D-Model weaponry of the enemy. To fight back we must use the Sword of the Spirit, God’s Sword; and it is the c...

calendar_today March 12, 2023
schedule 54:18

Mission on the Armor of God -- The Armory Part I -- Infiltration

St. Thomas Aquinas tells us there are three causes of the Church’s suffering: (i) external persecutions, (ii) undermining of the Truth from within by heresy and spreading of error, and (iii) corruptio...

calendar_today March 8, 2023
schedule 22:13

Pious Life: Fr. Mateo -- Apostle of the Sacred Heart

Why is it that we do not seem to make progress in our Spiritual life, despite so many good resolutions? St. Alphonsus Ligouri says that it is because we do not work on love of Jesus Christ. Other vi...

calendar_today March 5, 2023
schedule 17:49

In Overcoming Inertia -- Numquam Satis

Inertia is one of our biggest enemies. A simple definition of inertia: a tendency to do nothing or to remain unchanged. In physics we know a body will remain as it is until enough force or energy is a...

calendar_today March 4, 2023
schedule 7:49

First Saturday Meditation: The Coronation -- I am Sad when She is Sad

After one of the apparitions at Lourdes, St. Bernadette was asked later “why were you sometimes happy and sometimes sad?” Bernadette responded: “I am sad when She is sad, and I smile when She smiles.”...

calendar_today March 1, 2023
schedule 20:47

Saint Life: Peter Julian Eymard -- A Beloved Disciple

St. Peter Julian Eymard lived in the nineteenth century in France and was the founder of the Father of the Blessed Sacrament. He had many apostolates for spreading devotion to the Holy Eucharist. Hi...

calendar_today February 26, 2023
schedule 21:55

Exorcizing the Old Man Adam from Our Souls

If we are honest, we are both the subject of exorcism and the exorcist. The old Adam in us is what is under a sort of possession and the New Adam is seeking to liberate us as a sort of divinely commis...

calendar_today February 22, 2023
schedule 7:27

Leaving a Record that Cannot Be Turned to Dust

Lent is the time to add to the beauty of our record that is like the holy shroud of Turin, covered with marks of His Holy Wounds… a winding cloth over the death of our old fallen nature… sufferings an...

calendar_today February 19, 2023
schedule 21:45

Hate Whatever the devil Loves and Love Whatever he Hates

Unless I am mistaken, we all are still in need a human reasons to make a good Lent—to renew our climb up the mountain to Calvary—because most of us, truth be told, are near the bottom of the mountain....

calendar_today February 19, 2023
schedule 16:32

Return of the gods and the Crisis of Saints

In one of his letters, St. Paul writes: For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this age, against spiritual hos...

calendar_today February 15, 2023
schedule 17:54

Saint Life: Bernadette -- an Unsuspecting Counter Revolutionary

St. Bernadette became a unsuspecting counter revolutionary that no one could move or get past… not hell, nor the freemasonic communistic journalists, scientists, psychologists, occultists… nor the gov...

calendar_today February 8, 2023
schedule 11:02

Saint Life: Jean de Brebeuf -- Manhood at Stake.

In a period of history where noble-men lounged around, some heroes left a comfortable European life to manfully embrace the Cross of Christ in foreign lands. These lands were filled with hardship and...

calendar_today February 5, 2023
schedule 18:25

Preparing for Lent and Unknown Crosses with Saint John Houghton

Let us take this coming Lent most seriously (it may be our last!)… it is a time given to us to make Christ Our Lord more and more the one sole King and Master of our vineyard… to makes us true friends...

calendar_today February 5, 2023
schedule 15:53

Saint Veronica and New Veronicas

Who was this woman, Veronica? How did she know our Lord and why was she moved to show such compassion? A tradition states that Saint Veronica was the woman whom Christ cured of the issue of blood…that...

calendar_today February 4, 2023
schedule 8:54

1st Saturday Meditation: The Presentation and Purification -- Following God's Ordering and Law

calendar_today February 4, 2023
schedule 9:54

In Saving Souls We Will Find Rest

St. Irenaeus (d. 202): “Since the Savior already existed [in the Divine INTENTION], God had to create something to be saved, unless the Savior were to exist without any purpose.”\r\nSt. Ambrose: (d. 3...

calendar_today January 29, 2023
schedule 18:39

De Montfort, the Cross, and Tradition 

On July 7, 2007, Pope Benedict XVI normalized the ancient rites of Mass and the Sacraments for all Latin Rite Catholics and priests. Gone were the days of prohibition…gone were the days of ghettoized...

calendar_today January 22, 2023
schedule 25:28

Ordering Charity with Our Lady in Holy Matrimony according to J-O-Y

Our Lady puts His Majesty, Jesus, first; she put others second, and herself last. J-O-Y follows. In saying her last recorded words in the Gospel, “Whatsoever He shall say to you, do ye” she does not f...

calendar_today January 22, 2023
schedule 22:42

Anarcho-Tyranny in the State and In the Church

What is going on here? In short, there is something that has been coined as anarcho-tyranny…that is anarchy, chaos and disorder combined with tyranny. Governmental elites allow chaos to reign in the b...

calendar_today January 18, 2023
schedule 20:38

Saint Life: Agnes of Rome

Temptation is a lifelong struggle, yet at times, the saints were able to respond to temptation as if it were but white noise. Consider St. Theresa who laughed at the appearance of a devil, or Our Lord...

calendar_today January 15, 2023
schedule 14:53

St. Simon the Zealot, Cana, and the Sacrament of Marriage

Our Lord is like the sun above that shines upon the moon of the Church which reflects that perfect light and illuminates those in darkness. Christ, Who is the Light of the World, gives us the truth…pr...

calendar_today January 14, 2023
schedule 10:17

Breaking Down Psychological Compatibility with the World, the Flesh, and the Devil

“I BESEECH you therefore, brethren, by the mercy of God, that you present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, pleasing unto God, your reasonable service. And be not conformed to this world; but be r...

calendar_today January 8, 2023
schedule 18:57

Holy Matrimony is a Holy Thing and of the Foundation of Society

Council of Trent: “matrimony is a holy thing and is to be treated in a holy manner.” History tells why the Church is right: to tinker with the doctrine on marriage is to invite schism, wars, death not...

calendar_today January 7, 2023
schedule 8:54

1st Saturday Meditation: The Cave of Restoration

The fact that the Christ, the Word made flesh, was conceived in a cave at the house in Nazareth and then born in a cave, forever set the stage for how godly restorations are started. They resorted to...

calendar_today January 7, 2023
schedule 14:21

When Fathers Have Eaten Sour Grapes

if we study Sacred Scripture, we find a helpful exposition about Fathers and Sons (children) in the 18th Chapter of Ezekiel… where we hear the overall theme introduced thus: “The fathers have eaten so...

calendar_today January 6, 2023
schedule 11:39

The Star Leads to the Incarnate God not the Cosmic Christ

St. Maximus the Confessor (d. 662) in his Life of the Virgin Mary, wrote of this star: “this star was not one of the stars of the firmament, but it was a power sent from above that completely abolishe...

calendar_today January 4, 2023
schedule 19:06

Saint Life: Juan Diego -- Our Lady's Trusted Ambassador

St. Juan Diego was a noble Aztec warrior who converted to Catholicism with his first wife, Maria Lucia. After the death of his wife, Our Lady appeared to Juan Diego in a series of apparitions in whic...

calendar_today January 1, 2023
schedule 19:15

Two Kinds of Annihilation

Man is by nature a religious being. God made us this way. It is built in. Religion is a part of the virtue of Justice, which requires giving to God what is due to Him as our Creator. In fact, this rel...