The Universal Mediatrix

On May 31, the Holy Church celebrates the feast of Our Lady, Universal Mediatrix of all Graces. In this age of afflictions and dangers, when all of mankind moans under the weight of misfortunes that increase at every moment, our … Continue reading

It Is a Subtle Snare of the Evil One

There are those who fear to dishonor the Son by honoring the Mother, to abase the one in elevating the other. They cannot bear that we should attribute to Our Lady the most just praises which the holy Fathers have … Continue reading

Remembering Our Lady of Sorrows

September 15 is the Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows. About this day, Abbot Prosper Guéranger comments how Our Lady, whom God predestined to be the Mother of His Son, was united in her person to the life, mysteries and … Continue reading

On Pilgrimage Within a Gaze

A commentary on the miraculous International Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Our Lady of Fatima I do not know a countenance equal to this one. Moved by an inveterate habit of observing everything, I contemplate it so that I may later … Continue reading

The Centennial of Pascendi

A hundred years ago, on September 8, 1907, Pope Saint Pius X (1903–1914) published the Encyclical Pascendi Dominici Gregis (Feeding the Lord’s Flock) against the devastating doctrines of Modernism. It was the culmination of an offensive that caused irreparable damage … Continue reading

Our Bishops Speak out on the Coming Elections

We live at a time when extreme moral decadence and a loss of the sense of evil and sin coexist with technological advances unprecedented in history. If not contained within proper moral limits, this very progress can turn into catastrophe. … Continue reading

Holy Hour Unites Thousands in Reparation

After fighting blasphemy for four consecutive weekends outside theaters showing the Da Vinci Code film, American TFP members strove to make their protests bear fruit by attending a holy hour of Eucharistic adoration on June 18, from 5-6 P.M. at … Continue reading

Interview with George Morse

For the past 20 years, George P. (“Pat”) Morse and his wife, Margaret, have produced, with Magisterial and Ecclesiastical approval and support, clear, concise and orthodox summaries of Church teaching consisting of twelve volumes under the title of PRECIS OF … Continue reading

Will The Seal of Confession Be Broken?

“Bless me, Father, for I have sinned…” These opening words of confession to a priest constitute a sublime act of humility that marks the lives of so many Catholics. However, that act of trust and healing is threatened by a … Continue reading

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