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Many do NOT attain to faith, even fewer to the heavenly kingdom

Catholics have a tendency to believe that if they’re Catholic, then they are saved. Obviously, this is not true.  Due to the great difficulty in coming to the Church today, pride has become an ever greater enemy of Catholics in these latter days. We are instructed by the saints that this danger will be still …

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Latter Day Friendship is Difficult

This week one dear soul from overseas raised the question about whether we are to hold any company whatsoever with sinners. That is, can we be friends with sinners? St. Alphonsus and many of the saints have much to say on the matter, but here we offer only a little. First Point. Friendship is difficult, …

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Caution: “Catholic” Men in Texas Promote the “Pope” in Rome

Senior Clergy in Rome? Check out this quote from a recent email by a supposed Catholic leader of a Texas “shrine” to his blind sheep: “This is why it is imperative that the historic, original electors of the Pope, the clergy of the local Church of Rome (in this case, the very senior Roman clergy) elect a …

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Good Advice from the Saints

Advice from the saints on a daily or weekly basis is always a good thing. This is what St. Alphonsus taught his flock during one fourth Sunday after the Epiphany: When the winds are strong and violent, the pilot lowers the sails and casts anchor. So, when we find ourselves assailed by any bad passion, …

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Mary Assists Her Servants in Purgatory

by ST. ALPHONSUS LIGUORI Too happy are the servants of this most kind mother, since not only in this world they are aided by her, but also in purgatory they are assisted and comforted by her protection. For succor being there more needed, because they are in torment and cannot help themselves, so much the …

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The Time Has Come to Prepare for the Nine Day Novena to Our Lady of Good Success

The Time Has Come to Prepare for the Nine Day Novena to Our Lady of Good Success “They will have recourse to Me under the invocation of Our Lady of Good Success and this statue I now ask and command that you have made for the consolation and preservation of My Convent and for those …

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Sundays separate the True & False Catholics

Sunday is the day that separates True Catholics from the false ones: the false ones go to meeting halls to celebrate a false mass & the true ones stay home to hold the faith. Why do the false ones fall into heresy? They have lost grace with God, or never found it in the first …

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Stay at home Catholics Know Mary is our Life

In nomine Patris et Filii et Spiritus Sancti. Those who go to “mass” said by Novus Ordo diocesan false priest or heretical sedevacantist “priest” reject all faith, especially the words the church makes us pray, as St Alphonsus puts it, in the Salve Regina. The church makes us pray these words in rosary because of …

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Jurisdiction & Why there is NO legitimate Priesthood or Mass

Click here for the full article. Here we introduce the subject of papal jurisdiction, which lies at the root of the modernist polemic that attempts to justify the Traditionalist ministrations that lead to great sacrilege on the part of men who aspire to be faithful. We are content here to provide the proof that earnest …

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God is Purging all heresies for His stay at home Catholic Church

God is Purging all heresies for His stay at home Catholic Church What can be done? An increasing number of my viewers and visitors are asking me what can be done to bring their loved ones and friends back to the True remnant Church, to stay at home on Sundays with them. I wish that …

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2019 American Christmas

There was a time when Christmas was celebrated by Catholics as the day when God came into our world as a Baby. Those days are long gone. Today, and for many years now Christmas in the U. S. has very little meaning.  Instead, it is a national festival that means all things to all men. …

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Let us consider the love which we owe to Jesus Christ

THE Savior of the world, whom, according to the prediction of the prophet Isaiah, men were one day to see on this Earth “and all flesh shall see the salvation of God,” has already come. We have not only seen him conversing among men, but we have also seen him suffering and dying for the …

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