Last Saturday I saw the post of one of my friend in facebook and it really caught my attention I dont know if he is the one who right the post but for now I want to share it to you LEAVE CATHOLICS ALONE !!!!! Am not a catholic neither is there anything that will … Continue reading Dear: Protestants……….LEAVE CATHOLICS ALONE!!
Hymn: O gente felix O house of Nazareth the blest,Fair hostess of the Lord,The Church was nurtured at thy breastAnd shared thy scanty hoard. In all the spreading lands of earth.The wandering sun may seeNo dearer spot, no ampler worthThan erst was found in thee! We know thy humble tenementWas heaven's hermitage:Celestial heralds came and wentIn … Continue reading Novena and Devotions to the Holy Family
I salute Thee, O divine Heart, with the three Magi who offered their homage to Thee. Regard me, I beseech Thee, with the same love and kindness with which Thou didst receive them, that I may offer with my heart, gold, frankincense and myrrh; that is to say, my intellect, my memory and my will, in … Continue reading Novena of Epiphany
A Novena in Honor of the Most Holy Name of Jesus O Merciful Jesus! Who didst in Thine early infancy commence Thine office of Savior, by shedding Thy Precious Blood, and assuming for us that Name which is above all names; we thank Thee for such early proofs of Thine infinite love; we venerate Thy sacred … Continue reading Novena in Honor of the Most Holy Name of Jesus
The Novena preparatory to this Feast of the Circumcision will commenceon December 23rd, and terminate on the 31st. PRAYER Oh most sweet Infant Jesus, who at the expiration of eight days didst submit to be circumcised, receiving the holy name of Jesus, and becoming, in virtue of that name and by the shedding of that … Continue reading Novena for the Feast of the Circumcision January 1st.
Th Hidden Life of Christ by Fr. R. F. Clarke S. J. February 1st: The Hidden Life If the life of the Holy Family was a hidden life in their own country, how much more was this the case in Egypt? There, amid strangers and idolaters, they were bereft of all human sympathy and consolation. … Continue reading The Hidden Life of Christ
The name and fame of Jeanne d'Arc are in the catalogue of common things, like the rainbow; of things so familiar that an effort of the imagination is needed before we can appreciate the unique position of the Maid in history. The story of her career, as one of her learned French historians has said, … Continue reading St. Joan of Arc by Rev. Denis Lynch, S.J., 1919
What Every Christian Must Believe from A Manual of Catholic Prayers, 1888 1. Every Christian must believe that there is one God, and no more than one God: that God is a pure Spirit, the Lord and Maker of heaven and earth, who has neither beginning nor end, but is always the same; who is everywhere … Continue reading What Every Christian Must Believe
Q. What follows from the fact that the holy Roman Catholic Church can never be destroyed by any created power?A. That it would be the sin of heresy for any one to say that a reform of the doctrine or the constitution of the Roman Catholic Church could ever become necessary.Q. Can anyone change the doctrine … Continue reading Unchangeable Church Teaching: What Can and Cannot Be Reformed in the Church by Fr. Michael Mueller, 1875
The Church is Apostolic. She is the Church of St. Peter and of the other apostles, and she has guarded with tenderness all the precious memories they have left. When the apostles parted from each other for their mission to announce to all nations the gospel of salvation, two languages chiefly were spoken and understood … Continue reading Why Mass in Latin by Fr. Joseph Faa Di Bruno, D.D., 1884
Matters of Faith by Fr. Michael Muller, 1880 Are we bound to profess this faith openly? Yes, whenever the glory of God and the spiritual welfare of our neighbor require it; for Christ says: "Every one that shall confess me before men, I will also confess him before my Father who is in heaven. But … Continue reading Are we bound to profess this faith openly?
1. By going to schools forbidden by the Church; 2. by the neglect of their religious duties; 3. by the reading of bad books; 4. by worldliness and a wicked life; 5. by intercourse with scoffers at religion; 6. by mixed marriages; 7. by becoming members of secret societies; 8. by pride and subtle reasoning on … Continue reading How Catholics lose the faith? by Fr. Michael Muller, 1880
In the little book, Triumph of the Blessed Sacrament over Beelzebub; or History of Nicola Aubry , who was possessed by Beelzebub and several other evil spirits, we read the following : "One day, during one of the exorcisms in church, the evil spirit was chattering and uttering all kinds of nonsense. Suddenly he stopped … Continue reading The Power of the Sacrament of Penance by Fr. Michael Muller, 1880
What is attendance at false worship? It is to assist at the religious worship of heretics. To worship God according to a rite contrary to all precepts of the Gospel is a false and unlawful worship of God. Hence it would be a grievous sin for a Catholic to worship God according to the ceremonial … Continue reading Catholic Theology: Why the Catholic Church Condemns Attendance at False Worship by Fr. Michael Muller, 1874
There is no Salvation Outside the Catholic Church by Fr. Arnold Damen S.J., 1877 He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved, but he that believeth not shall be condemned."--Mark XVI. chap, and 16 verse. My dearly beloved Christians, on Thursday evening last, from these words of our Divine Saviour I proved to you … Continue reading There is no Salvation Outside the Catholic Church
Is not one religion as good as another? Are not creeds in themselves unimportant, and conduct the one thing essential? Do we not frequently meet men who believe in Christ and all His teachings, and yet day by day do things that would bring a blush to a pagan's cheek? One of the most common … Continue reading A Consequence of Martin Luther’s Heresy of Faith Alone by Rev. Bertrand L. Conway, C.S.P, 1929