Evening Meditations for the Eleventh Wednesday After Pentecost~ St Alphonsus Liguori

The Divine Mother revealed to St. Bridget that the Crown of Thorns surrounded the whole sacred head of her Son, as low down as the middle of His forehead; and that the thorns were driven in with such violence that the Blood gushed out in streams over all His countenance, so that the whole face of Jesus Christ appeared covered with Blood.

Today’s ✠Challoner Meditation: August 24th

Today’s ✠Challoner Meditation

From Hyperpapalism to Catholicism: Br. André-Marie Interviews Dr. Kwasniewski – YouTube

Episode 336 of Reconquest with Br. André-Marie, which aired on July 20, 2022, features guest Dr. Peter Kwasniewski, discussing questions

Continue reading

Cardinal Ouellet: Loyal Francis Subordinate – YouTube

Cardinal Marc Ouellet, former Archbishop of Québec (2003-2010) and current Prefect of the Dicastery for Bishops in Rome (since 2010),

Continue reading

Francis: Heresy Is Okay Because Clericalism Is Evil – YouTube

Ah yes, clericalism, that problem where people think priests are holy and thus set apart from the mundane world, that’s

Continue reading

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; St Bartholomew, Apostle

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; St Bartholomew, Apostle

Spiritual Reading for Wednesday – Eleventh Week After Pentecost

The Most Blessed Virgin is not only Queen of Heaven and of all Saints, but she is also Queen of hell and of all evil spirits; for she overcame them valiantly by her virtues. From the very beginning God foretold the victory and empire our Queen would one day obtain over the serpent, when He announced that a woman should come into the world to conquer him: I will put enmities between thee and the woman … she shall crush thy head (Gen. iii. 15).

Morning Meditation for Wednesday – Eleventh Week after Pentecost ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

It is related that our Lord sent St. Gabriel, the same Archangel who announced to her that she was chosen to be the Mother of God, to announce now that her Divine Son willed to call her to Heaven. On this happy Annunciation, what could the most humble and holy Virgin do, but answer: Behold the handmaid of the Lord! Behold, I am ready!

%d bloggers like this: