Recently, I heard a middle-aged exorcist give a talk about how all the elderly exorcists in the world agree that something happened in 1963 that tanked the power of the Church in exorcisms. The middle-aged exorcist did not say what this event was. I asked his friend, and his friend suspected it was this event that happened in 1963, reported even [barely] by Wikipedia: "Windswept House describes a satanic ritual – the enthronement of Lucifer – taking place at Saint-Paul's Chapel inside Vatican City, on June 29, 1963. The book gives a depiction of high-ranking churchmen, cardinals, archbishops and prelatees of the Roman curia, taking oaths signed with their own [...]
"One could say that the two Masses have built two cities: the Mass of All Times has built a Christian city; the New Mass seeks to build a humanist and secular city."—Fr. Pagliarani Earlier this week I took an RV retreat in Utah. One of the things I listened to was Steve Cunningham's "Utah" episode on Sensus Fidelium on his new series, "How Catholicism Came to the United States." Utah saw the dawn of the Catholic faith with two Franciscan priests (both named Fr. Francisco and both from Spain) who were here before the Mormons, fighting deserts and storms with little food, little provisions, little clothes and little hope of [...]
I was honored to play a small part in this documentary on the resurgence of the Traditional Latin Mass in the United States. In part one, you can hear me praying the prayers at the foot of the altar (Psalm 42) with B-roll overlays of beautiful Churches (and a quick glimpse into my hermitage at minute 10.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdbwNMYKhw0
The new document was correct about one thing: There's only ever been one Roman Rite. https://twitter.com/FrDaveNix/status/1417114763734122500?s=20
If you are new to the TLM, you will hopefully find this blog post very helpful. In late 2017, I taught a class at the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in Jacksonville, FL on how to use the layman's missal while attending the Traditional Latin Mass (TLM.) People new to the TLM needed some help thumbing through their ribbons in their layman's missal. Now, because of how many people came to the TLM last year, my friend recently suggested this that I do a re-post of my five classes: TLM Class 1 TLM Class 2 TLM Class 3 TLM Class 4 TLM Class 5 Also, St. Francis De Sales wrote [...]
For I delivered unto you first of all, which I also received: how that Christ died for our sins, according to the scriptures: And that He was buried, and that He rose again the third day, according to the scriptures: And that He was seen by Cephas; and after that by the eleven.—1 Cor 15:3-5 DRB. The Apostle Paul is writing here that what he delivered over to the early Christians is exactly what he first received (tradidi enim vobis in primis quod et accepi.) And this tradition was not just "small-t tradition," but "Big-T Tradition." In other words, St. Paul delivered over Divine Revelation to others just as it [...]
This is an hour long video on how to attend Holy Mass like the saints. They come from meditations from St. Francis De Sales on the Passion of Christ within the Traditional Latin Mass. https://vimeo.com/283322245
From the consecration to the Leonine prayers.
This class goes from the Creed to the Hanc Igitur.
The six links of this podclass are: Conversation With Christ to learn how to meditate as St. Teresa of Avila and St. Ignatius of Loyola. Moveable Feasts pdf of the Traditional Calendar from 2000 to 2050 YouTube Traditional Latin Catholic Mass: Easter Sunday by Fulton Sheen iMass app St. Francis De Sales' meditations on the parts of the Mass Nothing Superfluous by Fr. James Jackson The seven sections of the 1962 family Missal are: 1: Devotionals 2: Sundays in Advent and Lent (and Moveable Feasts) 3: Sundays after Pentecost (and Moveable Feasts) 4: Ordinary/Roman Canon and Prefaces (Baronius has prefaces before Ordinary) 5: Common Masses 6: Saints and Immovable Feasts 7: [...]