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7 signs of the Judgment Day

St Augustine. www.scribd.com/document/3957333/Fr-Denis-Fahey We must remember that if all the manifestly good men were on one side and all the manifestly bad men on the other, there would be no …More
St Augustine.
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We must remember that if all the manifestly good men were on one side and all the manifestly bad men on the other, there would be no danger of anyone, least of all the elect, being deceived by lying wonders. It is the good men, good once, we must hope good still, who are to do the work of Anti-Christ and so sadly to crucify the Lord afresh…. Bear in mind this feature of the last days, that this deceitfulness arises from good men being on the wrong side.
(Fr. Frederick Faber, Sermon for Pentecost Sunday, 1861; qtd. in Fr. Denis Fahey, The Mystical Body of Christ in the Modern World [text here]; underlining added.)

1993 Catechism....
Catechism of the Catholic Church
675 Before Christ's second coming the Church must pass through a final trial that will shake the faith of many believers. The persecution that accompanies her pilgrimage on earth will unveil the "mystery of iniquity" in the form of a religious deception …More
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Limits to tolerance

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1Cor 5....not to keep company, if any man that is named a brother be a fornicator or covetous or a server of idols or a railer or a drunkard or an extortioner: with such a one, not so much as to eat. …More
1Cor 5....not to keep company, if any man that is named a brother be a fornicator or covetous or a server of idols or a railer or a drunkard or an extortioner: with such a one, not so much as to eat.
5:12 For what have I to do to judge them that are without? Do not you judge them that are within?
5:13 For them that are without, God will judge. Put away the evil one from among yourselves.
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Look to yourselves, that you lose not the things which you have wrought: but that you may receive a full reward.
1:9 Whosoever revolteth and continueth not in the doctrine of Christ hath not God. He that continueth in the doctrine, the same hath both the Father and the Son.
1:10 If any man come to you and bring not this doctrine, receive him not into the house nor say to him: God speed you.
many of the original Vatican II schemas that had been diligently prepared by orthodox Catholic theologians under the guidance of Cardinal Ottaviani, ended up in the trash and were replaced with texts …More
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Ghost stories from Purgatory

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Praying for the dead

“The more one longs for a thing, the more painful does deprivation of it become. And because after this life, the desire for God, the Supreme Good, is intense in the souls of the just (because this …More
“The more one longs for a thing, the more painful does deprivation of it become. And because after this life, the desire for God, the Supreme Good, is intense in the souls of the just (because this impetus toward Him is not hampered by the weight of the body, and that time of enjoyment of the Perfect Good would have come) had there been no obstacle; the soul suffers enormously from the delay.”
St. Thomas Aquinas
I do not think that part from the felicity of Heaven, there can be a joy comparable to that experienced by the souls in Purgatory. An incessant communication from God renders their joy more vivid from day to day: and this communication becomes more and more intimate, to the extent that it consumes the obstacles still existing in the soul….On the other hand, they endure pain so intense, that no tongue is able to describe it. Nor is any mind capable of comprehending the smallest spark of that consuming fire, unless God should show it to him by a special grace.
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Peace through Blood

Colossians 1:20 www.lifesitenews.com/news/vatican-youth-s… About welcoming or including these rainbow people in the Church, let me give you an analogy. Imagine you are running a local chapter of …More
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About welcoming or including these rainbow people in the Church, let me give you an analogy. Imagine you are running a local chapter of the alcoholics anonymous group. Two men wish to join the group one is Mr. Johnny Walker and the other is Mr. Jim Beam. They both wish to peddle their whiskey at your meetings, would you welcome them?
All people are welcome to the Catholic Church so long as they wish to confess their sins and ammend their lives, just as at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting.
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First step at AA. We must admit that we indeed have a problem, otherwise do not bother to join. I confess to almighty God, and to you, my brothers …More
First step at AA. We must admit that we indeed have a problem, otherwise do not bother to join.
I confess to almighty God, and to you, my brothers and sisters, that I have sinned through my own fault, in my thoughts and in my words, in what I have done and what I have failed to do; and I ask blessed Mary, ever virgin,all the angels and saints, and you, my brothers and sisters, to pray for me to the Lord our God.
My consummation of my heterosexuality is a sin. Because in the heavens there is no sex, so I will starve in part to the second death in purgatory. Therefore I admit to having a problem. And therefore I confess.
But what about homosexuality?
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Duties to civil authority

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ON THE RIGHT USE OF PRIVATE PROPERTY & TAXES QUADRAGESIMO ANNO PIUS XI 49. It follows from what We have termed the individual and at the same time social character of ownership, that men …More
ON THE RIGHT USE OF PRIVATE PROPERTY & TAXES
QUADRAGESIMO ANNO
PIUS XI

49. It follows from what We have termed the individual and at the same time social character of ownership, that men must consider in this matter not only their own advantage but also the common good. To define these duties in detail when necessity requires and the natural law has not done so, is the function of those in charge of the State. Therefore, public authority, under the guiding light always of the natural and divine law, can determine more accurately upon consideration of the true requirements of the common good, what is permitted and what is not permitted to owners in the use of their property. Moreover, Leo XIII wisely taught "that God has left the limits of private possessions to be fixed by the industry of men and institutions of peoples."[32] That history proves ownership, like other elements of social life, to be not absolutely unchanging, We once declared as follows: "What divers forms …More
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Hell is eternal

St Alphonsus matter mostly. Good article below... Essay XXXII Contents Essay XXXIV ESSAY XXXIII ETERNAL PUNISHMENT by Rev. J. P. Arendzen, D.D., Ph.D., M.A. I. INTRODUCTORY 1. PunishmentMore
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Good article below...
Essay XXXII
Contents
Essay XXXIV
ESSAY XXXIII
ETERNAL PUNISHMENT
by Rev. J. P. Arendzen, D.D., Ph.D., M.A. I. INTRODUCTORY 1. Punishment
Punishment is pain justly inflicted in consequence of evil done. It is purely medicinal if its sole purpose is to bring the evil-doer to repentance and to enable him to undo the evil wrought. It is purely retributive or avenging if its purpose is to vindicate and restore the glory and honor of one who has been offended by the evil deed, and thus, to restore the balance of justice by placing the evil-doer in an evil plight on account of the evil done. 2. Retributive punishment Punishments on earth are, or ought to be, chiefly of a mixed character, partly curative, partly retributive. The punishment of hell is purely retributive. It has no medicinal purpose for the sinner undergoing it, though it has also a preventative purpose, by being a deterrent to others. The righteousness of retributive …More
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Does hell exist? Clara’s vision of Annette in Hell – TESTIMONYocistec-purgatory.weebly.com/hell-exists.html -More
Does hell exist? Clara’s vision of Annette in Hell – TESTIMONYocistec-purgatory.weebly.com/hell-exists.html
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Rosary: motives and methods

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Feast of the Holy Rosary. Three motives for praying the rosary, and helpful methods for praying well. First motive the connection with The Breviary. The full Rosary has 150 Hail Marys, The Breviary …More
Feast of the Holy Rosary.
Three motives for praying the rosary, and helpful methods for praying well.
First motive the connection with The Breviary. The full Rosary has 150 Hail Marys, The Breviary has the 150 Psalms of King David as the basis of this prayer. This is the official prayer of the church, which priests pray daily for all the faithful. The Psalms of David for the prayers of our Lord and our lady and of all the true believers for the last three thousand years. The Psalms give summary of the Old Testament, foreshadowing of the New Testament, with prayers for every kind of situation and emotion possible. the priest is able to replace the praying of the Divine Office with the Rosary at times when the reading and concentration may be difficult. So that makes the rosary an official prayer of the church.

Second motive, the rosary is a means of obtaining all the virtues of the Gospels,reflecting upon the key mysteries about Redemption at absorbing the life and virtues of Jesus …More
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Great talk here from Fr Paul Robinson: fsspxinternalsite.com/…/QA-2018-10-_FrR…More
Great talk here from Fr Paul Robinson:
fsspxinternalsite.com/…/QA-2018-10-_FrR…
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Angels and demons

Apocalypse 12:1-7 The War of St. Michael with the Great Serpent and the consequence of inaction by the faithful laity and priesthood: Ven. Bartholomew Holzhauser (17th Century), founder of the …More
Apocalypse 12:1-7 The War of St. Michael with the Great Serpent and the consequence of inaction by the faithful laity and priesthood:
Ven. Bartholomew Holzhauser (17th Century), founder of the secular clergy societies in the eighteenth century: “God will permit a great evil against His Church [liberal modernist overthrow and then forces of Russia bringing Heaven's Judgment]: they will come bursting in suddenly and unexpectedly while bishops and priests are asleep. They shall enter into Italy and devastate Rome, burn churches and destroy everything.”
Mother Elena Aiello (20th Century), famed stigmatic who was often consulted by Pope Pius XII: “Italy will be shaken by a great revolution …[Communist revolution] Russia will prevail over the nations, and especially over Italy, and will raise the red flag over the dome of St. Peter.” [This is now true under Francis who promotes socialist / communist ideas]
John of Vitiguero (13th Century): “When the world is disturbed, the Pope will …More
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Sep 2018 FR. RUTLER: THERE IS MUCH HATRED IN OUR CULTURE TODAY by fgwalkers@att.net stumblingblock.org Abraham Lincoln won the election of …More
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FR. RUTLER: THERE IS MUCH HATRED IN OUR CULTURE TODAY
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Abraham Lincoln won the election of 1860 with only 39.8 percent of the popular vote and was so loathed that he had to take a night train secretly into Washington for his inauguration. The Salem Advocate in his own state of Illinois editorialized: “…he is no more capable of becoming a statesman, nay, even a moderate one, than the braying ass can become a noble lion. People now marvel how it came to pass that Mr. Lincoln should have been selected as the representative man of any party. His weak, wishy-washy, namby-pamby efforts, imbecile in matter, disgusting in manner, have made us the laughing stock of the whole world.” Two years later, the author Richard Henry Dana reported: “As to the politics of Washington, the most striking thing is the absence of personal loyalty to the President. It does not exist. He has no admirers, no enthusiastic supporters, none to bet on his …More
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Rash judgement

Don't do it. Here is the prayer before the priest communion on the venerable Latin rite: Let not the partaking of Thy Body, O Lord, Jesus Christ, which I, though unworthy, make bold to receive, turn …More
Don't do it.
Here is the prayer before the priest communion on the venerable Latin rite:
Let not the partaking of Thy Body, O Lord, Jesus Christ, which I, though unworthy, make bold to receive, turn to my judgement and condemnation, but by reason of Thy loving kindness, may it be to me a safeguard of both soul and body, and an effective remedy. Who livest and reignest with God the Father in the union of the Holy Ghost, God, world without end. Amen
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Love

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"Life is worth living".
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St Pius X foe of Modernism

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Shorter 2nd sermon.
Different focus
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@Joseph a' Christian - don't leave out Paul VI - Montini, and the leader of neo-traditionalists: Benedict XVI Ratzinger who also held an interreligio…More
@Joseph a' Christian - don't leave out Paul VI - Montini, and the leader of neo-traditionalists: Benedict XVI Ratzinger who also held an interreligious prayer meeting at Assisi. What do they all have in common? Staunch supporters of VII.
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St Pius X: model for Pope Francis

St. Pius X, pope from 1903 to 1914, a true saint of the papacy, a model, and a guide In the brief of beatification (June 3, 1951), Pius XII lists the chief traits deserving the attention …More

St. Pius X, pope from 1903 to 1914, a true saint of the papacy, a model, and a guide
In the brief of beatification (June 3, 1951), Pius XII lists the chief traits deserving the attention and the admiration of the crowds:
His concern about the sanctity of the clergy, the key to renewing all things in Christ, according to his sublime motto.1//sspx.org/en/media/books/e-supremi-apostolatus-2150 (October 4, 1903).
The renewal of ecclesiastical studies. Pius X exhorts Christian philosophers to defend the truth under the banner of St. Thomas Aquinas. He founds in Rome the Pontifical Biblical Institute, and encourages the theological sciences, inspired exegesis and carefully prepared preaching on the part of the clergy.
His preoccupation with the eternal salvation of souls. If Pius X desired a holy clergy, it was with a view to the instruction of the faithful, to whom he gave a catechism designed for both adults and children. To the latter he would forever remain the Pope of the …
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Meekness

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Meekness Meekness is the virtue that enables one to overcome the tendencies of anger, revenge, hatred and enmity. Many of its manifestations have already been listed under the heading of charity, …More
Meekness
Meekness is the virtue that enables one to overcome the tendencies of anger, revenge, hatred and enmity. Many of its manifestations have already been listed under the heading of charity, because the principal incentives to anger come from the words or actions of a fellow human being. Thus meekness presupposes the virtue of charity or love of neighbor, which provides the motives and the means of overlooking insult, injustice and injury, real or imaginary, from others.
The vice of anger, to which meekness is opposed, is responsible for very much of the misery in the world. It is a vice in which an animal passion in man is permitted to dominate his words and actions as if he possessed neither reason nor free will. In the brute animals, anger is directed by instinct to the purposes of self-defense and self-preservation, as exemplified when a brute fights for food, or against an enemy, or in defense of its young. In man, anger is also designed by nature to be a means of self-…More
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Meekness: I must quote U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt, who said: "Walk softly, and carry a big stick, and you will go far", He goes on to say …More
Meekness: I must quote U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt, who said: "Walk softly, and carry a big stick, and you will go far", He goes on to say that it is: " The exercise of intelligent forethought and of decisive action sufficiently far in advance of any likely crisis" that will yield success.
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Trust in God

Scandals have a purpose. Mouldy foundations must be exposed to the light, and renovated. onepeterfive.com/book-review-the…More
Scandals have a purpose.
Mouldy foundations must be exposed to the light, and renovated.
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Confession in various languages
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Leprosy of impurity

Even in the church. Bishop Robert Morlino of Madison, Wisconsin sent a letter to his diocese Saturday in response to the current sex abuse scandals in the Church exposed in the Pennsylvania grand …More
Even in the church.
Bishop Robert Morlino of Madison, Wisconsin sent a letter to his diocese Saturday in response to the current sex abuse scandals in the Church exposed in the Pennsylvania grand jury report as well as the revelations concerning Abp. Theodore McCarrick. The full letter — the strongest statement yet from any Church leader — is republished here.
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Dear brothers and sisters in Christ of the Diocese of Madison,
The past weeks have brought a great deal of scandal, justified anger, and a call for answers and action by many faithful Catholics here in the U.S. and overseas, directed at the Church hierarchy regarding sexual sins by bishops, priests, and even cardinals. Still more anger is rightly directed at those who have been complicit in keeping some of these serious sins from coming to light.
For my part — and I know I am not alone — I am tired of this. I am tired of people being hurt, gravely hurt! I am tired of the obfuscation of truth. I am tired of sin. And, as …More
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Our Lady of Sorrows SSPX

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Why suffering? Why death?

To conclude. (Newman); Observe the lesson which we gain for ourselves from the history of the Blessed Virgin; that the highest graces of the soul may be matured in private, and without those fierce …More
To conclude.
(Newman); Observe the lesson which we gain for ourselves from the history of the Blessed Virgin; that the highest graces of the soul may be matured in private, and without those fierce trials to which the many are exposed in order to their sanctification. So hard are our hearts, that affliction, pain, and anxiety are sent to humble us, and dispose us towards a true faith in the heavenly word, when preached to us. Yet it is only our extreme obstinacy of unbelief which renders this chastisement necessary. The aids which God gives under the Gospel Covenant, have power to renew and purify our hearts, without uncommon providences to discipline us into receiving them. God gives His Holy Spirit to us silently; and the silent duties of every day (it may be humbly hoped) are blest to the sufficient sanctification of thousands, whom the world knows not of. The Blessed Virgin is a memorial of this; and it is consoling as well as instructive to know it. When we quench the grace of …More
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