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Archbishop Alexander Sample at the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception

Archbishop Alexander Sample celebrated the Holy Mass in the Tridentine Form at the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, DC. He gave an excellent sermon defending the Mass of the Ages. An excellent archbishop, Alexander Sample used to … Continue reading

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Short History Saint Pius V (May 5)

Michael Ghislieri, a Dominican friar from his fifteenth year, a teacher of religion at twenty, as a simple religious, as inquisitor, bishop, and cardinal, was famous both for the spotless purity of his own life and for his intrepid defense … Continue reading

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Short History of Saint George

Saint George (April 23)   Saint George was born in Palestine of Christian parents: towards the close of the third century.  In early youth he chose a soldier’s life, and soon obtained the favor of Diocletian, who advanced him to … Continue reading

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iOS Traditional Latin Mass Finder, version 2.2.0, in the App Store now

I wanted to let everyone know that the iOS Traditional Latin Mass Finder app, version 2.2.0, is now in the App Store, as of October 4. This version improves compatibility with iOS 11, and uses the newest version of the … Continue reading

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Sixteenth Sunday After Pentecost – Saint Thomas More Priory

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Pray for those on the Santa Fe Pilgrimage, tonight July 28 and tomorrow July 29

The Santa Fe Pilgrimage is a 33-mile walk overnight in the heart of Kansas, to the 19-foot tall Padilla Cross. It is taking place tonight through tomorrow.   Information about the pilgrimage is available HERE. Please take a few moments out … Continue reading

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Vortex – Pope Benedict Nails It

There was an interesting Vortex today, on the Pope Emeritus Benedict’s comments at the funeral for Cardinal Joachim Meisner (a letter he wrote that was read aloud by Archbishop Georg Ganswein).  Among other strong words which he wrote, Benedict stated “[H]e (Meisner) … Continue reading

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