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Disregarding Modernist Innovations on the Rosary
On October 16, 2002, John Paul II audaciously “improved” the Most Holy Rosary of the Virgin Mary by adding five more decades to it. Needless to say, traditional-minded Catholics rejected this innovation out of hand...
Testimony of Reception into the Catholic Church of Bishop Yurii Yurchyk of Donetsk, Ukraine
by Bishop Mark A. Pivarunas, CMRI
On February 2, 2002, the feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Bishop Yurii Yurchyk of the Ukraine Orthodox Church communicated to me his long-held intention to return to the Catholic Church (with the clarification that he did not mean the Vatican II Church)....
A Historic Occurrence at Mount St. Michael
by Sr. Mary Dominica, CMRI
Anticipation ran high at Mount St. Michael in the wake of Bishop Pivarunas’ announcement during the Fatima Conference that a bishop from the Orthodox Church in the Ukraine would be paying us a visit in order to be received into the Catholic Church. Bishop Yurii Yurchyk had contacted Bishop Pivarunas in February about this possibility. His previous attempts to investigate Catholicism in the Ukraine had resulted only in ecumenical worship. In his heart he knew that this was not the way....
Moral Theology Questions
How can men be induced to frequent Communion? “I cannot get men to receive frequently the holy sacraments,” many a priest complains, and therewith he lets them go their way and turns his attention to the women, who can, with less trouble, be held to heed a priest’s advice....
Eastern Liturgies of the Mass
From Catholics Liturgics by Richard Stapper, S.T.D.
The great freedom in extending and arranging the eucharistic service which was allowed to priests in the beginning gradually led, with the further spread of Christianity, to considerable differences in the liturgies of the Mass...
The Byzantine Liturgy
The Byzantine Liturgy takes its name from Byzantium, the little Greek colony on the Bosphorus which Constantine made his capital in the year 230....
The Catholic Church and Its Rites
A chart of the subdivisions within both Western and Eastern Rites of the Catholic Church, where these liturgies are used, and the languages they employ.
Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary
From the Lectures of Fr. Messias D. Coelho on the Message of Fatima, August 1967
Those of us who have made a consecration to Our Lady belong to her in a special way, more than others who have not consecrated themselves to her....
On the Coming of Christ and the Circumstances Which Attended It
A Sermon by St. Bernard
In the first place, therefore, let us also, like the Apostle, be overwhelmed with awe whilst we consider the infinite greatness of Him Whose coming we celebrate. For, according to the testimony of the angel Gabriel, He is the Son of the Most High, and consequently is Himself also Most High.
Constantine’s Conversion; the Great Heresies and the Fathers of the Church
From the Short Catechism of Church History by Right Rev. Msgr. H. H. Oechtering
...Constantine became the zealous protector of the Church, gave her full liberty, honored popes and bishops, and built magnificent churches so that, in a short time, Christianity became the chief religion of the Roman Empire....
A Format for Mental Prayer
The Fourteen Holy Helpers
John Paul II Visits Muslim and Orthodox Countries
Low Church Attendance in Europe and North America
Loss of Faith in Latin America
New Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury
Mount St. Michael
Mary Immaculate Queen Center
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