Pride Month and Compelled Consent – Catholic Herald

In an episode of the American television comedy, Seinfeld, the character Kramer participates in an “AIDS Walk”, presumably to raise awareness

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Evening Meditations for Wednesday after Trinity Sunday ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

St. Francis of Sales said, “to support injury is the touchstone of humility and of true virtue.” If a person aspiring to spirituality practises prayer, frequent Communion, fasts, and mortifies himself, and yet cannot put up with an affront, or a biting word, what is it a sign of? It is a sign that he is a hollow reed, without humility and without virtue.

RORATE CÆLI: A look at a parish Cardinal Wilton Gregory wants to destroy

Wilton Cardinal Gregory is preparing to announce that every traditional Latin Mass in the Archdiocese of Washington will be suppressed.

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RORATE CÆLI: “Synodal” Pope Changes Canon Law to Prevent Bishops from Establishing New Traditional Priestly or Religious Communities in Their Dioceses

Again: motus in fine velocior. RORATE CÆLI: “Synodal” Pope Changes Canon Law to Prevent Bishops from Establishing New Traditional Priestly

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Today’s ✠Challoner Meditation: Wednesday after Trinity Sunday

Today’s ✠Challoner Meditation

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; SS Vitus, Modestus and Crescentia

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; SS Vitus, Modestus and Crescentia

Spiritual Reading for Wednesday after Trinity Sunday ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

Behold I am with you all days even to the consummation of the world–(Matt. xxviii. 20). Thus our loving Shepherd, Who has given His life for us who are His sheep, would not separate Himself from us by death. Behold me, He says, beloved sheep, I am always with you; for you I have remained on earth in this Sacrament here you find me whenever you please, to help and console you by My presence.

Morning Meditation for Wednesday after Trinity Sunday ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

Take ye and eat: this is my body-(Matt. xxvi. 26). Let us consider how great a Gift Jesus Christ has bestowed upon us in giving us His entire Self to be our Food in Holy Communion. St. Augustine says that Jesus, though He is the Almighty God, could give us no more. “Omnipotent though He is, He could give no more.”

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