269 Views · 10 days ago
Bishop Athanasius Schneider offers a warning about the future of the Catholic Mass - will even more restrictions be enforced on traditional liturgy? How do we respond?
Bishop Schneider's FULL EPISODE with Mother Miriam: https://spiritustv.com/watch/b....ishop-schneider-join
259 Views · 18 days ago
Canon Law expert Father Gerald Murray joins to tackle the further restrictions on the Traditional Latin Mass. What the full interview - https://youtube.com/live/WsOPBZ_72d4
400 Views · 22 days ago
Gorzkie żale (Bitter Lamentations) is a Catholic devotion containing many hymns that developed out of Poland in the 18th century. The devotion is primarily a sung reflection and meditation on the Passion of Christ and the sorrows of His Blessed Mother. For an English translation of this devotion, please click here: https://static1.squarespace.co....m/static/5833c3329f7
All hail, O Jesus, all honor to You, For man degraded, humiliated, To You, all holy, praises and glory. To You, Christ Redeemer.
241 Views · 26 days ago
On Pentecost Sunday at St. John Cantius, a beautiful ancient custom takes place at the end of Mass that dates back at least to the 5th century.
In Rome, rose petals would be dropped through the the circular “oculus” at the Pantheon (now a minor basilica called “Sancta Maria ad martyres”). The petals would fall to the crowd below reminiscent of the coming of the Holy Spirit like tongues of flame.
This beautiful custom takes place at the end of the Masses on Pentecost Sunday at St. John Cantius Church. Rose petals are dropped through the circular opening of the transept of the church during the recessional hymn, “Come Holy Ghost.” Some are surprised while others wait expectantly for the rose petals to fall.
Visit this awe-inspiring Church at their 12:30 PM Tridentine High Mass each Sunday of the year
237 Views · 26 days ago
“Know, dearest brethren, by the gift of God’s mercy, as we have rejoiced for the birth of Our Lord, Jesus Christ, so also we announce to you joy for the Resurrection of the same Our Savior. On the seventeenth day of February will be Septuagesima Sunday. On the sixth of March, the day of Ashes, and the beginning of the fast of most holy Lent. On the twenty-first of April, we will celebrate with joy the holy Easter of Our Lord, Jesus Christ. On the thirtieth of May will be the Ascension of Our Lord, Jesus Christ. On the ninth of June, the feast of Pentecost. On the twentieth of the same month, the feast of the most holy Body of Christ. On the first of December, the first Sunday of the Advent of Our Lord, Jesus Christ, to whom belong honor and glory forever and ever. Amen.”
The video is from Immaculate Heart of Mary in Belmont, CA filmed on January 6, 2019, during the Solemn High Mass for the Epiphany of the Lord.