Tag Archives: Tridentine Church

Tender and Tridentine: Holy Mass in the Sacred Heart Church of Limerick, Ireland

The Tridentine Mass in the church of the Sacred Heart Limerick, Ireland, tender, so very tender …

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Phoenix from the Ashes: The Making, Unmaking, and Restoration of Catholic Tradition by H.J.A. Sire (Review)

Reviewed here: Phoenix from the Ashes by H.J.A. Sire – a genuine masterpiece of scholarship and gravitas regarding the fate of Catholic Tradition.

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Life of Pope Pius IX – Ch 5: On the Annexation of the Papal States, Dogma of the Immaculate Conception and More

This fifth chapter of this life of Pope Pius IX examines the annexation of the Papal States, the proclamation of dogma of the Immaculate Conception and more.

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Life of Pope Pius IX – Ch 3: The Conclave Elects a New Pope

This third chapter of this life of Pope Pius IX examines the conclave of 1846 which elected the great Bl. Pius IX – in the face of the conspiracy to overcome Christendom.

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World Materialism and the Feast of Christ the King

The origins of the Feast of Christ the King lies in awakeness to world materialism. A strange testimony from Rudolf Steiner illumines these matters.

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Devotion to the Sacred Heart in Catholic Ireland

How did the Sacred Heart devotion become so established in Catholic Ireland? One must look to Fr. James Cullen and his Irish Messenger of the Sacred Heart.

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Tomberg on the Sacred Heart, Jesuitism and the Hope of Catholicism

Valentin Tomberg considered the crisis of materialism serious indeed, but his writings regarding the Sacred Heart and Jesuitism offer profound hope.

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Timothy T. O’Donnell: Swords Around the Cross (Review)

Ireland, O Ireland! Here is a fine book about Catholic Ireland, the Catholic Faith and Christendom – from Timothy T. O’Donnell of Christendom College.

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The (Catholic) Tide is Turning …

We briefly interrupt our series on the New Age to note this possibly landmark day. It is the fourth anniversary of the implementation of Summorum Pontificum and if rumours reported in the French press (Le Figaro) are to be believed, a day of potential earthquake (English translation here). If such reports have truth, they suggest […]

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The Jesuits – Malachi Martin (Review)

The Jesuits by Malachi Martin, where the ex-Jesuit Martin recounts not only the Jesuits origins, but the tragedy that has befallen them …

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The Great Nineteenth

By Gary Potter     Foreword (from Roger Buck): We are very thankful that this fascinating, rich and insightful piece has been made available to us through the Creative Commons Attribution – Share Alike License. (For more regarding attribution, please see notes at the end of this essay. As described there, very small modifications have […]

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Religion and the Romantic Movement

Christopher Dawson on the Romantic disillusionment with the Enlightenment, Counter Revolution and Joseph de Maistre.

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A Tridentine Preview

A lot of work is presently going into a new aspect of this website, which I hope will soon debut under the name of Tridentine Archive. The Archive among other things, will be representing to the twenty-first century certain older out-of-copyright texts, which deal not only with the Sacred Heart, but also the entire Tridentine […]

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