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Saturday, January 31, 2015

Latin must be retained because vernacular is always subjected to changes, would give rise to false interpretations, diminish reverence for the Most Holy Sacrifice, and might endanger the faith itself.

Editor’s Note: Knowing that many devout souls are trying to bring back the Latin Tridentine Mass, we are presenting an article written by Rev. Leonard Goffine over 200 years ago. Catholics who still love the Latin Mass will enjoy reading the part the priest plays as compared with Christ’s. By following the priest step by step in the celebration of the Holy Sacrifice and seeing how the Mass is the reenactment of Christ’s last days on earth, many will gain a better and deeper understanding of the Mass and may come to realize why it is necessary to continue to preserve the Latin Tridentine Mass. May the Blessed Mother bestow her graces on all who seek to preserve the Holy Sacrifice.

Manner of Hearing Mass

In order to hear Mass profitably in the sense and spirit of the Church, we should know, in the first place, that the Mass is that sacrifice, which we should offer with our whole being, with all that we are or have, to Almighty God for His glory, in satisfaction for our sins, in thanksgiving for graces received and in supplication for those still necessary, a sacrifice which we ourselves, because of our wretched sinfulness, cannot offer and therefore Christ Himself offers for us; we should be united with God by the most intimate participation in the Sacrifice of Jesus, and we should understand that the Sacrifice of the Mass is also an unbloody renewal of the sacrifice on Calvary. Thus we must hear Mass in a three-fold manner.

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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

This article is my take on the impact of the latest scandal caused by the latest papal press conference at the back of an airplane: the one during the flight from Manila to Rome, reported around the world under the eminently predictable headline: “Pope Francis: Catholics Don’t Have to Breed Like Rabbits.” Objectors need not pester me or this newspaper with complaints about “bad translation” or the “whole context” of the Pope’s remarks, nor with such quibbles as “the Pope said be like rabbits, not breed like rabbits.” I have watched the entire interview in Italian and compared it with the transcript provided by America magazine and can confirm that the Pope said what he is reported to have said and that its “context” does not diminish but rather only exacerbates the scandal he has caused—yet again—by speaking off-the-cuff.

That is, the scandal caused by Francis telling us what he really thinks, which is supposed to be the great benefit of his insistence on “speaking from the heart” rather than relying on prepared texts like his overly inhibited predecessor.

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Monday, January 26, 2015

"The worst evil of all is to say that neither good nor evil is anything in itself, but only matters of opinion."   - St. Justin Martyr

They came from far and wide, a veritable sea of humanity whose outer limits could not be easily determined from my vantage point. Printed on their banners, written on their hats, or sewn onto their clothing were the telltale signs of people who had traveled long distances, including contingents from the Netherlands and Canada, to come to Washington's Mall on this day, one that has been called, "a day of infamy."

From Alaska to Florida, from the Bronx to Texas, as well as from areas in-between, tens - no, hundreds - of thousands of people descended on the nation's capital for one, and one purpose, alone: to call for the repeal of the most infamous Supreme Court decision of the 20th century: Roe v. Wade, which now provided a legal "right" to a practice that previously had been outlawed since the founding of the nation.

--Fear Not, Little Flock…

--Catholic Schools Week, 2015: Can Catholic Schools Become Catholic Again?

--On Popes and Presidents

--THE HOLY ROSARY: Ultimate Liturgy

--Reflections on the Perpetual French Revolution

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