The Hidden Life of Christ

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

St. Joan of Arc by Rev. Denis Lynch, S.J., 1919

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

Are we bound to profess this faith openly?

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?

The Grace of Justification by Fr. Michael Muller, 1874

Q. What does the sinner become by receiving the sacrament of baptism or penance?A. He becomes a child of God, a temple of the Holy Ghost, an heir of heaven, and capable of performing good works towards his salvation.Q. What is this great grace called?A. Sanctifying grace, or the grace of justification.Q. Why is it … Continue reading The Grace of Justification by Fr. Michael Muller, 1874

Two key documents cast aside by many Fatima experts, but affirmed by Our Lady of the Roses message…

wo great errors of several Fatima experts include (1) their complete rejection of the Neues Europa “Third Secret” released in 1963, and (2) their rejection of the letter of Mother Godinho to Pope Pius XII.  We consider it our obligation to draw our readers' attention to these two facts, and why they are so important. Jesus … Continue reading Two key documents cast aside by many Fatima experts, but affirmed by Our Lady of the Roses message…

St. Joseph Apparition in America

St. Joseph’s First Appearance Sister Mary Mildred wrote that on March 11, 1958, Our Lady said to her: St. Joseph will come on the eve of his feast. Prepare yourself well. There will be a special message. My holy spouse has an important part to play in bringing peace to the world. St. Joseph came as … Continue reading St. Joseph Apparition in America

Apparitions of Our Lady – Rosa Mystica at Montichiari-Fontanelle

Introduction of Booklet by: Franz Sepeckbacher, Author of Booklet Dear Readers, Our dear Mother of God has been appearing in Montichiari-Fontanelle (Italy) since 1947, at a time when Faith is diminishing more and more, and sins are on the increase at a most alarming speed. If you ever visited one of the great places of … Continue reading Apparitions of Our Lady – Rosa Mystica at Montichiari-Fontanelle

Key points for Catholics in the fight against the demonic

PRAYER AGAINST DEMONIC SPIRITS AND EVERY EVIL Heavenly Father, I love You, I praise You, and I worship You. I thank You for sending Your Son Jesus Who won victory over sin and death for my salvation. I thank You for sending Your Holy Spirit Who empowers me, guides me, and leads me into fullness … Continue reading Key points for Catholics in the fight against the demonic

The Marian Apparition in San Damiano

On September 29th, 1961, the feast day of St Michael the Archangel, the Madonna (Mother of Jesus) visited the Quattrini home and cured Mamma Rosa Quattrini whom the local doctors had sent home to die, as her condition had been considered "hopeless." After touching Rosa and curing her, the Madonna directed her to go to … Continue reading The Marian Apparition in San Damiano

What does the Saints teach about Homosexuality?

Church Law, Doctors and Saints on Homosexuality: Saint Albert the Great gives four reasons why he considers homosexual acts as the most detestable ones: They are born from an ardent frenzy; they are disgustingly foul; those who become addicted to them are seldom freed from that vice; they are as contagious as disease, passing quickly … Continue reading What does the Saints teach about Homosexuality?

How Fatima Vision of Hell helped Salvador Dali return to God

Salvador Dali is considered one of the greatest artists of the 20th century and the most famous Surrealist. At the height of his popularity in 1960, he was commissioned by The Blue Army of Our Lady of Fatima to paint the Vision of Hell, as Lucia, Jacinta and Francisco experienced during the July 13, 1917, … Continue reading How Fatima Vision of Hell helped Salvador Dali return to God

What happen in Lourdes, France?

Thursday 11th february 1858: the first meeting Accompanied by her sister and a friend, Bernadette went to Massabielle on the banks of the Gave to collect bones and dead wood. Removing her socks in order to cross the stream, she heard a noise like a gust of wind, she looked up towards the Grotto : … Continue reading What happen in Lourdes, France?

“For Jesus Christ, I will do everything.”

Our young saint lived in tumultuous times. The socialist government of Mexico was waging a bloody war against the Catholic Church, and fervent Catholics known as the Cristeros rose up to defend Christ the King. Their heroic resistance, La Cristiada, began in 1926. The Mexican constitution of 1917—socialist at its core—sparked this terrible conflict. It … Continue reading “For Jesus Christ, I will do everything.”

St.Claude de la Colombiere

CLAUDE LA COLOMBIÈRE, third child of the notary Bertrand La Colombière and Margaret Coindat, was born on 2nd February 1641 at St. Symphorien d’Ozon in the Dauphine, southeastern France. After the family moved to Vienne Claude began his early education there, completing his studies in rhetoric and philosophy in Lyon. It was during this period … Continue reading St.Claude de la Colombiere

The Sorrow of the People of Ophel at Seeing Jesus Taken Prisoner (From The Visions of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich)

The fifty soldiers who were sent to join those who had taken Jesus, were a detachment from a company of three hundred men posted to guard the gates and environs of Ophel; for the traitor Judas had reminded the High Priests that the inhabitants of Ophel (who were principally of the labouring class, and whose … Continue reading The Sorrow of the People of Ophel at Seeing Jesus Taken Prisoner (From The Visions of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich)