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Issue No. 107, Fall 2001

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Day of Infamy: September 11, 2001
By Very Rev. Fr. Casimir Puskorius, CMRI
Almost every publication has expressed its view about this horrific day in the United States' history, and The Reign of Mary will say its piece as well. It is a day that dwarfs the orignal “Day of Infamy” of which President Roosevelt spoke....

Fatima Conference 2001: “I Will Put Enmities Between Thee and the Woman...”
By Sr. Mary Dominica, CMRI
The annual Fatima Conference at Mount St. Michael began on the Feast of the Divine Maternity of Mary, October 11....

The Power of the Rosary
A Sermon by Rev. Fr. James McGilloway, CMRI
...We can say or sing, “God Bless America” all we want. But this will be largely ineffective if we as Catholics are not willing to use the spiritual weapon that God has given to us through the Blessed Virgin Mary to guarantee God's blessings upon our country, both in our spiritual and temporal needs....

The Importance of Family Prayer
From The Ear of God by Rev. Patrick J. Peyton
Practical science, if not all schools of philosphy, begins with the principle of cause and effect. Nausea, for example, is an effect of some upset of the digestive processes... which the physician must find in order to cure. But few of us ask where this principle begins to work, and fewer ask where it ends. And so we fail to diagnose correctly the worst illnesses of the modern world. And the sufferings of the world increase....

Regulation of Liturgical Rites
From Catholic Liturgics by Richard Stapper, S.T.D.
The night before His Passion, Jesus Christ ended the Old Covenant by the observance of the paschal supper. At the same time He instituted the sacrifice of the New Testament by a symbolical action, which centered all Christian worship about His substantial Presence and His saving death....

St. Julie Billiart: Traditionalist of the French Revolution
By Donna Patton
“Better no Mass than one with a schismatic priest.” These words were spoken not in the aftermath of Vatican II, but during another turbulent period of church history — the French Revolution....

The Glory of a Eucharistic Congress (Dublin, Ireland: 1932)
From The Cardinal Spellman Story by Robert L. Gannon, S.J.
...That evening, exposition of the Blessed Sacrament began in all the Dublin parishes. The churches were filled for midnight Masses. Ceremony followed ceremony until the climax was reached with the Pontifical Mass on Sunday... After Mass four processions were formed, and the people marched eight abroad by four different routes the five miles to O'Connell Bridge....

Questions and Answers in Moral Theology
Cases of Conscience from the Casuist
Missing Sunday Mass on Vacation
Question: What is to be said about Catholics who miss Mass on Sunday because they have gone into the lake region or the woods for the purpose of hunting, fishing, etc., over the weekend?....

Soldier's Prayer Gave Solace to Millions in Battle
It was June 6, 1944 — D-day in Normandy. A Catholic chaplain crawled along the beachhead, administering to the dead, the dying and the wounded. On 30 of these men, the chaplain found copies of the same short, simple poem. Some of the dead clutched the poem in their hands. Dozens of copies of this same poem blew about on the debris-strewn sands....

The Five First Saturdays
By Rev. Fr. Messias D. Coelho
...Our Lady appeared with her right hand lifted at the level of her heart, and with the other hand turned toward the heart. There appeared also the Infant Jesus, Who said, “Look, my daughter, to My Mother and try to console her, because there is no one trying to console her...”

Pride
By Rev. Fr. Dominic Radecki, CMRI
St. John Vianney wrote, “Pride is the source of all the vices and the cause of all the evils which have occurred, and which are still to come in the course of centuries.” It was the first sin committed by the fallen angels and by our first parents, Adam and Eve....

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