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There is a famous old saying of the Latins : “Whom the gods wish to destroy, they first make mad.” COMMENTAIRE ELEISON 793 (24 septembre 2022) : Le CHAPELET, ARME d’ASSAUT ? There is a famous old saying of the Latins : “Whom the gods wish to destroy, they first make mad.” By the present
Let us not lose courage but keep our eyes ever fixed on the Crucified One, because from Him we shall draw strength to endure the evils of this life not only with patience, but even with joy and gladness, as the Saints have done: Ye shall draw waters with joy out of the Saviour’s fountains (Is. xii. 3); that is, says St. Bonaventure, from the Wounds of Jesus Christ. Therefore the Saint exhorts us ever to keep our eyes fixed on Jesus dying upon the Cross, if we would live always united to God. “Devotion,” says St. Thomas, “consists in being ready to accomplish in ourselves whatever God demands of us.”
In this RTV Short, we attempt to offer those who perhaps are not Catholic or who do not have access to the Latin Mass, to gain a better understanding of what it is and why traditional Catholics will defend it with their lives if they have to. THE LATIN MASS: Why Is Pope Francis Canceling
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