Catholicism

Heresies of the false Vatican II “Council” in the 1960’s

Vatican II was a non- catholic heretical council called by False pope John XXIII and took place between 1962 and 1965. It was solemnly promulgated and confirmed by False pope Paul VI, on Dec. 8, 1965 (in spite of what many of the defenders of Vatican II say). However, it was not a true general …

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A Written Abjuration of Heresy is NOT required

To become Catholic:  Learn the faith, be baptized and make a good confession After receiving a valid baptism and learning the Catholic faith (See the Penny Catechism on this site by clicking here), there is one more thing to do. Make sure you abjure your heresy.  A heresy contradicts the teachings of the Catholic Church and …

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What Must Be Believed by Catholics

St. Vincent of Lerins “Also in the Catholic Church itself we take great care that we hold that which has been believed everywhere, always, by all. For that is truly and properly Catholic, as the very force and meaning of the word shows, which comprehends everything almost universally. And we shall observe this rule if …

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Stay-at-home Catholic Overview

Be Catholic. Stay at Home Explained Catholics who stay at home on Sunday (i.e. don’t attend any “masses”) are are MOST ASSUREDLY in the true Catholic Church, outside of which there is no salvation. These are souls with a true devotion to Mary  “Whoever wishes to be saved, needs above all to hold the Catholic …

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Forgiveness without the Sacrament

Only stay at home Catholics are eligible for salvation today.  And they don’t need a priest to be absolved of their sins, so said the infallible council of Trent. The reason we do not need a priest today to be absolved of all our sins is 2-fold: 1) the Council of Trent tells us that …

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Stay-at-home Catholics & Matrimony

Stay-at-Home Catholics can still get married Dear Soul, We understand your concerns about the difficulty as a stay at home Catholic knowing how to marry your loved ones. Many of the stay-at-home Catholics we know feel the same way.  However, what many of them found was that doing what they believed our faith requires was …

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Catholicism in the Great Apostasy

The Church today is precisely defined as the handful of faithful Catholic men and women and children today who still hold fast to the tradition, as St. Athanasius taught. That is why it is the new traditional Church. It holds, believes and professes all of the dogmas which the Church has professed as revealed truths …

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How to Become A Catholic

To become Catholic:  Learn & Profess the faith, be baptized and make a good confession After receiving a valid baptism (see how below) and learning the Catholic faith ( found here) and professing the Catholic faith (found here), there is one more thing to do. Make sure you abjure your heresy.  A heresy contradicts the teachings …

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How to Pray on Sunday

Stay at home and do not attend any “mass”, because there are only false masses today, offered by heretic false priests making their flocks pagan worshippers of the devil. Pray the ordinary of the mass (Use the missal found in the store & find the Sunday using the link below) Listen to a sermon written …

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Baptism is necessary for salvation

Forgiveness of Sins & Proper Baptism There is no forgiveness of sins and hence no possibility of salvation without a correct and proper Baptism of Water and a correct and proper Profession of Faith. God has put these two things together like a pair of peas in the pod. Baptism of Water washes a man’s …

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Tridentine Profession of Catholic Faith

(a.k.a The Tridentine Creed) Profession of Catholic Faith of the Council of Trent Promulgated solemnly by Pope Pius IV and the Council of Trent In the Bull of Pius IV, “Iniunctum nobis,”, November 13, 1565   I, (Name), with a firm faith believe and profess each and everything which is contained in the Creed which …

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Act of Contrition

Act of Contrition “O MY GOD, I am heartily sorry for having offended Thee, and I detest all my sins because I dread the loss of Heaven and the pains of Hell; but most of all because they offend Thee, my God, Who art all-good and deserving of all my love. I firmly resolve, with …

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