TODAY “The Pope of Woke… the dark night of the Church” – YouTube

Your host Brother Stanislaus Guadeloupe FMCD continues to explore the ramifications of “Traditionis Custodes” and the teachings generally of Pope Francis with special guest, ✠Jerome Lloyd OSJV.

Today’s Homily: The Beheading of St John the Baptist, August 29th

Beheading of St John the Baptist “… the Baptist didn’t set out to be martyred, he was simply focused on the Truth… likewise should we focus on the Truth and our salvation… not be distracted by the anxieties of this fleeting world…”

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; The Decollation of St John the Baptist

Besides the chief feast of St. John the Baptist, that of his nativity, the Church commemorates on the twenty-ninth of August, his glorious death and birth into Heaven. Ever since the Fourth Century in Africa, in the East, in Syria, and in many places all over the world, the beheading of St. John the Baptist has been commemorated on August 29th.

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; St Augustine of Hippo

It was the combined efforts of two saints who had the greatest effects on the life of one of the great Doctors of the Church Saint Augustine of Hippo. Augustine’s mother Saint Monica played a major behind the scenes role in his conversion, while Saint Ambrose was on the front line with Augustine, who had become a great sceptic, teaching, influencing and converting him.

TODAY “The Pope of Woke… and the surrender of the holy magisterium” – YouTube

Your host Brother Stanislaus Guadeloupe FMCD continues to explore the ramifications of “Traditionis Custodes” and the teachings generally of Pope Francis with special guest, ✠Jerome Lloyd OSJV.

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; St Joseph Calasanctius

St. Joseph Calasanctius was born in Aragon in 1556. Having become a priest it was revealed to him that he should teach the children of the poor. He founded the Order of the Poor Clerks Regular of the Pious Schools of the Mother of God. He was ever a devout pilgrim at the shrines of the martyrs, and daily visited the Churches of Rome, where he lived for fifty years. He died August 25, 1648.

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