Monthly Archives: November 2015

CLIMATE CHANGE? – You’d better believe it!

I’m afraid the buffoons currently in a tizzy in Paris about over what to do about the climate will experience, at the time of their passing, a profound “Climate Change” in the form of extreme heat for their failure to dealing with the true priority – that of the taking of innocent life in abortuaries and at the hands of Muslim extremists. But, this is typical of the “new springtime” being foisted upon us since Man decided he knew better than God at Vatican II. May God have Mercy on their souls. read more


Martyrology-December 1st
Roman Martyrology-December1st-on this date in various years-

The prophet Nahum, who was buried in Bagabar.

At Rome, the holy martyrs Diodorus, a priest, and Marian, a deacon, with many others, while they were observing the birthdays of the martyrs in the catacombs. They were made partakers in the glory of martyrdom when the persecutors, by order of Emperor Numerian, walled up the door of the oratory and piled up a great mass of stones against it.

Also in Rome, the martyrdom of the Saints Lucius, Rogatus, Cassian, and Candida. read more


Martyrology-November 30th
Roman Martyrology-November 30th-on this date in various years-

At Patras in Achaia, the birthday of the apostle St. Andrew, who preached the gospel of Christ in Thrace and Sythia. He was apprehended by the proconsul Aegeas, imprisoned, and severely scourged, and finally, being hung on a cross, he lived two days on it, teaching the people. Having besought our Lord not to permit him to be taken down from the cross, he was surrounded with a great brightness from heaven, and when the light disappeared he breathed his last. read more

Catholic Diocese of Salt Lake City investigating after wafer appears to bleed three days after communion

[Last update: Nov. 26]

KEARNS, Utah — The Catholic Diocese of Salt Lake City is investigating an event that some are calling a miracle inside the Saint Xavier church in Kearns.

Last week, during the holy communion, a host was returned to the father overseeing the service. A host is the small wafer handed out as part of the communion. The father placed the host in glass of water near the head of the church. Typically, the host will dissolve away in a few minutes. read more

RIP: John J. ‘Wacko’ Hurley, Boston St. Pat’s parade organizer

John Joseph “Wacko” Hurley of South Boston, longtime organizer of the city’s annual St. Patrick’s Day parade, died Tuesday. He was 85.

Mr. Hurley was a lifelong resident of South Boston.

He was a Navy veteran of the Korean War.

He served for many years as a leader of the South Boston Allied War Veterans Council, a member of the Disabled War Veterans Council, Chapter 22, American Legion Post and the South Boston Castle Island Association. read more

(Don’t!!!) “Hit the Road, Jack, And Don’tcha Come Back No Mo’, No Mo’ !”

A Call to Terminate Papal Trips: A noisy, expensive counterfeit of Papal Duty

27/11/15 11:19 francis_cath_hearld A scene from Papal event in Phiadelphia

A Call to Terminate Papal Trips
A noisy, expensive counterfeit of Papal Duty
By John Vennari
posted at

In 1761, speaking of the primary duty of the Pope, Clement XIII wrote, “In the Lord’s field, for the tending of which Divine Providence placed us as overseer, there is nothing which demands as much vigilant care and unremitting labor in its cultivation than guarding the good seed of Catholic teaching which the Apostles received from Jesus Christ and handed on to Us. If in laziness this is neglected, the enemy of the human race will sow weeds while the workers sleep.”[1]
Likewise Pope St. Pius X, the greatest Pope of modern times, noted that one of the “primary obligations assigned by Christ” to the papal office was “that of guarding with greatest vigilance the deposit of Faith delivered to the Saints, rejecting the profane novelties of words and the gainsay of knowledge false so-called.”
Pius explained that in the face of error and heresy (in his case, in the face of Modernism), “We may no longer keep silence, lest we should seem to fail in our most sacred duty.”[2]
To repeat: the primary duty of the Pope is to “guard with greatest vigilance the deposit of the Faith” and “there is nothing which demands as much vigilant care and unremitting labor” to maintain the purity of Catholic teaching. Not to do so means the Pope would “fail in his most sacred duty,” and as a result of this neglect, “the enemy of the human race sows weeds while the workers sleep.”
Or in our case, while the Pontiffs travel.
Papal trips are a noisy, expensive counterfeit of Papal duty – a frenetic sentimentalism disguised as genuine vitality. This high-energy neurosis is now of 50-year duration, the same period of the collapse of the Faith in every country on earth. Worldwide globetrotting may give the appearance of authentic papal action, but the results are useless at best, scandalous at worst. Meanwhile, the abysmal ignorance of the Catholic Faith amongst clergy and laity continues to worsen.
I propose we end the charade and bring the papal trips to a grinding halt – now.
What is needed, and we say this with respect, is not endless travel, but a return to sound doctrine and genuine discipline, according to the model of St. Pius X. This great Pope not only issued clear correction to the errors of his day, but enacted effectively disciplinary measures against priests and teachers infected with Modernism. His Pontificate was that of vigilance, vigilance and ever-more vigilance against heresy and in advancing Catholic Truth. Pius X stayed in Rome and did his job.
The faith worldwide is in collapse. Later we will look at the results of the recent Vatican Synod questionnaire, wherein the vast majority of Catholic Faithful worldwide either reject, or do not understand, rudimentary moral teaching. read more


Martyrology-November 29th
Roman Martyrology-November 29th-on this date in various years-

For 2015 The first Sunday of the Advent of our Lord Jesus Christ

The Vigil of St. Andrew, apostle.

At Rome, on the Salarian Way, the birthday of the holy martyr, Saturninus, an aged man, and the deacon Sisinius, in the time of Emperor Maximian. After a long imprisonment, by order of the prefect of the city they were placed on the rack, stretched with ropes, scourged with rods and whips garnished with metal, then exposed to the flames, taken down from the rack and beheaded. read more


Major media outlets are covering this situation which has been ongoing now for a couple of hours. We know that three police officers were hurt confronting the shooter who is supposedly holed up in Planned Parenthood Clinic on the NW side (Centennial Blvd). Pray for those involved that this situation can be resolved without further loss of life or injury. Details will come later.

Novena to St. Nicholas Nov. 27- Dec. 5

St. Nicholas, Glorious Confessor of Christ, assist us in thy loving kindness.

Glorious St. Nicholas, my special Patron from thy throne in glory, thou dost enjoy the presence of God, turn thine eyes in pity upon me and attain for me from our Lord the graces and help that I need in my spiritual and temporal necessities

(and especially this favor provided that it be profitable to my salvation).

Let us Pray,

O God who has glorified Blessed St. Nicholas, thine illustrious Confessor and Bishop, by means of countless signs and wonder, and who does not cease daily so to glorify him , grant we beseech thee, that we, being assisted by his merits and prayers, be delivered from the fires of hell and from all dangers through Christ our Lord.
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Martyrology-November 28th
Roman Martyrology-November 28th-on this date in various years-

At Corinth, the birthday of St. Sosthenes, disciple of the blessed apostle Paul, who is mentioned in his Epistle to the Corinthians. He was chief of the synagogue when converted to Christ, and as a glorious beginning, consecrated the first fruits of his faith by being scourged before the proconsul Gallio.

At Rome, St. Rufus, who was martyred with all his family by Diocletian.

In Africa, under the Arian king Genseric, in the persecution of the Vandals, the holy martyrs Papinian and Mansuetus, bishops, who, for the Catholic faith, were burned in every part of their bodies with hot plates of iron, which ended their glorious trial. At this time also, other holy bishops, Valerian, Urban, Crescens, Eustachius, Cresconius, Crescentian, Felix, Hortulanus, and Florentian ended the course of their lives in exile. read more


Despite all that is happening in the world today we have much to be thankful for. It is only appropriate, therefore, that we give thanks to the God who made us for all the blessings we have received. To Him be honor and glory now and forever. And, despite the urging of some that we belittle our Holidays, we offer to all a very Happy Thanksgiving.

The Wizard Clip

While looking for some of the writings of Solange Hertz I came on this story. I was trying to find out which one of her books mentioned the first real Thanksgiving. Does anyone know which book ?

The Wonderous Tale Of The Wizard Clip

by Solange Hertz

By the banks of Opequon Creek, near the little colonial village of Middle way, West Virginia, lies a tract of land known for generations as Priest Field. Despite its unassuming aspect, it boasts an extraordinary history, which unfolded with the beginnings of the Catholic Church in the U.S. All the ecclesiastical records were destroyed by the clergy, but many well-documented accounts by contemporaries survive. Among these witnesses was the famous Russian convert, Prince Dimitri Augustine Gallitzin, who was the first priest to receive all his orders in the new man-made nation, and who as Fr. Demetrius A. “Smith” became the Apostle of the Alleghenies. read more


Martyrology-November 27th
Roman Martyrology-November 27th-on this date in various years-

At Antioch, the holy martyrs Basileus, bishop, Auxilius, and Saturninus.

At Sebaste in Armenia, in the reign of Emperor Diocletian and under the governor Maximus, the holy martyrs Hirenarchus, the priest Acacius, and seven women. Struck with the constancy of these women, Hirenarchus was converted to Christ, and with Acacius died under the axe.

In Galicia, on the River Cea, the Saints Facundus and Primitivus, who suffered under the governor Atticus. read more


Sounds like this statement comes direct from Jorge Bergoglio’s playbook in regards to the threat we are under from the newchurch and its agents. Where are these people coming from? Oh, and by the way, Happy Thanksgiving says El Presidente but don’t you in the military dare say “Merry Christmas” ’cause you might offend someone (See for details.) It just gets more unbelievable with each passing day.


Martyrology-November 26th
Roman Martyrology-November 26th-on this date in various years-

At Fabriano in Piceno, St. Sylvester, abbot, founder of the Congregation of Sylvestrine monks.

At Alexandria, the birthday of St. Peter, bishop of that city, graced with every virtue, who was beheaded by command of Galerius Maximian.

There suffered also at Alexandria in the same persecution the holy martyrs Faustus, a priest, Didius, and Ammonius; likewise four bishops of Egypt, Phileas, Hesychius, Pachomius, and Theodore, with others numbering six hundred and sixty, whom the sword of persecution sent to heaven. read more