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Feast of All Saints

About the Feast of All Saints and its origins in antiquity.

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The Tridentine Mass: Balm to My Soul

Why the Tridentine Mass is like balm to the soul …

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Our Lady Conquers the Serpent

Our Lady, full of Grace, has conquered the Serpent …

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Feast of St. Thérèse of Lisieux of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face

A small introduction to the spirituality of St. Thérèse of Lisieux of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face on the day of her Feast in the traditional calendar.

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Catholic Traditionalists and Liberals: The Tragic War

Catholic traditionalists are understandably grieved by the tragic changes in the Church and yet …

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Feast of St. Giles, Abbot

A little introduction to St. Giles, Abbot on the day of his feast.

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August is the Month of the Immaculate Heart of Mary

All about August as the Month of the Immaculate Heart of Mary …

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The Loss of Ad Orientam and Other Liturgical Tragedies

Why the ad orientam change is a tragedy amidst other liturgical tragedies …

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The Bells of the Angelus

A small appreciation of the bells of the Angelus in Catholic Ireland, France and Switzerland …

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Feast of St. Columba

    Today is the feast of St. Columba, second patron of Ireland and Apostle of the Picts in Scotland. He was a man of northwest Ireland, born in 521 in Gartan, County Donegal, later dying on the Scottish island of Iona, on June 9th, 597. St. Columba is the patron Saint of Derry, where […]

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The Lost Piety of Catholic Ireland

Grieving for the piety and faith that is lost to Catholic Ireland …

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Feast of St. Peter Canisius

Looking at the life of the great Jesuit, St. Peter Canisius Confessor and Doctor of the Church, sent by St. Ignatius to combat Protestantism in Germany …

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Good Friday: From His Sacred Heart, Love Gushes Forth

Good Friday – Love and Mercy from His Sacred Heart …

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Feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Regarding the Feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary …

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Feast of St. Patrick

Remembering the great St. Patrick, on the day of his Feast, in Catholic Ireland …

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Feast of St. Bernadette Soubirous of Lourdes

The Feast of St. Bernadette of Lourdes reminds us of the great miracle of the Nineteenth Century, a troubled time for the Church …

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Feast of St. Valentine

On St. Valentine and his Feast …

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Feast of the Apparition of Our Lady of Lourdes

On the Feast of the Apparition of Our Lady at Lourdes – remembering St Bernadette.

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Candlemas – the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary

On Candlemas – the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Presentation of the Temple.

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In Thanksgiving for Christmas …

In thanksgiving for Christmas …

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