Category Archives: Traditional Catholic Faith

Has the “Church of Darkness” Eclipsed the True Church?

Originally posted on A Blog for Dallas Area Catholics:
Interesting commentary from Father Albert of the traditional Dominican community of the Holy Rosary in Belgium.  I do not think he quite answers the question posed to him definitively, which posited…

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Carissimi: Today’s Mass; Octave Day of St Stephen, First Martyr of the Church

Originally posted on The Brighton Oratory:
Octave Day of St Stephen, Deacon & Protomartyr: Missa “Sederunt principes” The Jewish origin of Saint Stephen is universally acknowledged; he is known and loved everywhere as the first follower of Christ to give…

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Saint Alphonsus – we must all be martyrs, either of the sword, or of patience

Originally posted on A Blog for Dallas Area Catholics:
In keeping with the previous couple of posts, some exegesis on suffering from St. Alphonsus I found helpful.  I pray you do, as well.  Minimal commentary on this one, I probably…

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Hero or knave? Man destroys secular, pagan art in cathedral

Originally posted on A Blog for Dallas Area Catholics:
A disgruntled custodian at the Omaha cathedral destroyed secular displays installed in the nave and side chapels of the cathedral for an upcoming flower show.  Why a cathedral would have a…

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The Church Fathers for Lent Vol 3 – Free Catholic Audiobook

Originally posted on CatholicAudioBooks:
The third volume of the Church Fathers for lent, for the third week of lent.  These homilies from lent by the Saints will be very helpful for preparing for Easter.  Especially timely for today is a…

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The Pilgrimage of Egeria – Free Catholic Audiobook

Originally posted on CatholicAudioBooks:
Around 381-384 AD, a woman named Egeria made a pilgrimage to the Holy Land and other Biblical sites of interest. She wrote all about it to her women friends at home. Come along on her travels!…

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