Sunday, 31 January 2010

Yum Yum!

Okay, right now I am drinking a nice ~hot~ cuppa Darvilles of Windsor English Brakfest tea, even though it is almost 9:00. If you want to see, this is what it is!
It is very, very good! A bit of milk, and 2 sugar cubes.
Now, all I need to do is try Mystic Monk Coffee!

SSPX attack on the FSSP church .... God Bless them!

It is most heartwarming to see that I am someone's second favourite behind Cleansing Fire! All in all, Cleansing Fire is one of my most favourite blogs. Them, WDTPRS, Orthometer and The Crescat! Oh, and of course..... mine. On the blog of the Transalpine Redemptorists you can see pictures of the FSSP chapel that was sprayed with graffiti courteousy of the S.S.P.X. Here

There was no need at all for the SSPX members, either Priests or the laity to do this to the FSSP. All the FSSP was trying to do is pray for all the conversion of the people outside the church to be once again in communion. We aren't shutting the door in anyones faces. We are letting them in. We are not the Anglican Communion, who has shut the door in the faces of the AngloCatholics, but I will not accuse. But, to be Catholic at that, you must believe and agree with all of our teachings and dogmas.

If I let this certain group of SSPX'ers know that I was praying for the conversion of those outside the church would they come and spray paint my house? What they did was purely not Catholic, it was definately that of an extremist group .... which I thought the SSPX wasn't. I am dissapointed in the Mexican SSPX.


How do you like my blog? Is it orthodox? Is it horrible? Is it just any other blog? Your second favourite behind Cleansing Fire (which would be a good answer), {]:)?

Tell me. If you have another answer just type it in the text box provided....
also, feel free to comment and what not!

Saturday, 30 January 2010

Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus

I agree completely with it. Pope Benedict has defended it, Scholars have taught it, Protestants have feared it, and it is and official Church teaching. So, my Loyal Readers ...... do you agree?

But, I must say to you .... God will not send someone to hell if someone never heard of the Church, for it is not their own fault they have not heard the church, and nobody bothered tell them ....

And for the sake of salvation.....

Sorry I did not post yesterday ..... Blogger was being crooked. Today I had a very nice cup of Darvilles of Windsor tea. Enough about me, now.... now onto some news! We are all familiar with Hasbro, right? Well..... you will not be so pleased to hear what they have made. They have made a Ouija board for little girls aged 8-14. This is outrageous! Trying to get little girls -- and possible boys into such a practice! I heard this from a poster on the Catholic Answers forum, and has asked me to put it on my blog, and of course I could not decline. There is a thread about boycotting the company in the Popular Media section. I will post the link as soon as I can find it .... I lost it.

Thursday, 28 January 2010


The released the iPad, now here comes my blooger segments, the iRant.

The evils of womens ordination has stretched wide and far in Canada. For example, there is a United Ways commercial that comes on tv sometimes that has a women minister, probably of the United Church or Anglican Church of Canada speaking, and what she says is "people who respect, and live in it" or something of the like.

Also, whenever you go the the website of the Anglican Church of Canada, their is bound to be some bishop women, speaking about some kind of thing.

And then, there is the outrageous United Church of Canada. I have another post about this "church". All respect for them that I did have (if I did have any in the first place) is gone. They are sort of a free-for-all denomination. If you look at some of the links on their website .... all of them are liberal. Some of their ministers have gone so far as to state that the Ressurection is allegorical, which it is not; That the Virgin Birth is allegorical, which it most definately is Not. They are self proclaimed liberals -- in theology, and politics.

And now, this leads us on to the breakaway, schismatic, heterodox and excommunicated group: the (I choke to say) Womens ...... Ordination .. Con (ugh) frence. What they do is really horrible. They babble on all day with their progressive nonsense, and their wacky liberal "ideals". One could really get a headache just looking at them. Note, my dearest readers that they barely have any new members! They are all older, in their 40's, 50's and 60's. They will be gone soon enough.

Now, don't get me started on the modern art. Well, this is my rant. I must apologize for my negativeness.

For Haiti!

Glory Be to the Father, and the the Son, and to the Holy Spirit. As it was in the beginning, is now and ever shall be ... World without End, Amen.

Wednesday, 27 January 2010

Quiz ... for fun!

I have just read on this post at Cleansing Fire about a quix to see what kind of Catholic that thou art. I rated 100% Orthodox!

What Kind of Catholic Are You?
Your Result: Orthodox

resultYou follow the teachings of the Pope and the Magisterium. You prefer a liturgy that is reverent and beautiful, not tacky and "inclusive." You realize that humble piety is the best approach to God, and practice this in your daily life. Incense, gold, exquisite vestments, massive candles, and cloistered nuns are your cup of tea.

What Kind of Catholic Are You?
Quiz Created on GoToQuiz

St. John Bosco

Today, I watched the rest of the movie about St. John Bosco I started yesterday, and it was beautiful! It portrayed the saint just as he is. The actor even looked like him. I must post more later!

Tuesday, 26 January 2010

Holy Cards! and some News!

In the post today, I did recieve Holy Cards from Cleansing Fire's "Gen"! They were absolutely beautiful! I got them from entering a caption for a Nun (Possible the Holy Ghost Sisters) with as gas mask on. I said "This should protect me from the Liberals", not all that funny .. but it was worth it. Sorry I did not post sooner today, for my computer was being crooked. It just didn't want to work for me. It was as if it was staring at me, with it's black blank screen as if it were doing it on purpose, just waiting. If you have noticed, I have added links to various religious orders, abbeys, convents, monastaries, etc... I have also added a link to all my "Cathedrals of the World" posts.

I have some news for thee now.

First, something from the Archbishop of Westminster, Bishop Vincent Nichols.

He is in the Vatican, along with other English bishops discussing Anglicanorum Coetibus.


I will post later!

Monday, 25 January 2010

Prayer Request

On Catholic Answers, there is a poor soul who is being tempted into sin. I will ask thee to pray for her, so that she does not fall into the temptation of the devil again. Please pray for her!

+God Bless Her Heart!+

Sunday, 24 January 2010

What I doth added!

You may have noticed, that I have added some new thing to my sidebar. These are, there is a picture of the Mother of God upon her coronation as the Queen of Heavon, the TradVocation blog, Sons of the Most Holy Redeemer blog, the Curt Jester blog, the American Papist's blog, and Orbis Catholicus Secundus. I changed the background music to Parson's Ave Maria, by the Kings College Boys Choir; Sicut Cervus by the Westminster Cathedral Boys Choir; and a C.M. Widor Toccata. Also, I added pictures of some of the saints. I also added 2 more pictures of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest, and the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter crests upon when clicking them, they will bring you to their official homepage.

Saturday, 23 January 2010

A poll!

What is thy most favourite traditional Catholic website?


The Vatican now has Twitter! @vatican_va

Friday, 22 January 2010

In touch!

So how art thou liking the background music? I think it sets a cheerful mood for the blog. You come in to the blog, and Mozart's "Andante" plays triumphantly in the air. If you want it to stop, you just go to the very bottom of the blog, and click pause.

Well, I will blog more tomorrow ..... Cheerio!

God Bless, and good Night!

Thursday, 21 January 2010


I didst recieveth my book from the Sophia Institute Press today, and it is wonderful. I am going to start to read it, and I will keep you wondering about what book it is ...... but it is written by one of the best theologians the Church did have. St. ______ _______ is all I will tell you.

Wednesday, 20 January 2010

On the Monastary of St. Jude

I just found this good article on the New Liturgical Movement about the Dominican Nuns of St. Jude. It talks about their commitment to Dominican Chant, and how they preserve thir traditions. You may remember a previous post I did on the Nuns .....
My post:Here
Their Post: Here

Background Music?

Would you like me to add background music?

Yes, No? Maybe, SO? Well? NAH? DEFINATELY? tell me!

Any suggestions of background music? I am definately add Andante by Mozart, and Missa Brevis!

The Divine Liturgy

in the Orthodox Church

Tuesday, 19 January 2010

Another Roe vs. Wade .... in Europe.

Along with the scandals, and all the fuss, there is yet another one. Three women want abortion to be legal in Ireland! Here:

The women, known only as A, B and C, {Ashamed to show their name, eh?}have petitioned the European Court of Human Rights, sitting in Strasbourg, France, to create a “right to abortion”{Abortion is not a right, it is murder} in the European Convention on Human Rights. They want to see that “right” overrule the right to life guaranteed in Ireland’s Constitution, which “acknowledges the right to life of the unborn” and commits the State to protect that right, but permits citizens to travel freely to other countries to obtain abortions.
Oh my. Must these people realize! Here is the full article, on the National Catholic Register.
Heep Ireland in thy prayers! Oh loyal readers. The president is Catholic, so there are hopes.
Poor ol' Ireland!

Monday, 18 January 2010

How "Unique"!

Why do some priests fall for this stuff, and have it put in their parish. You probably know how much I do not like modern art by now. I am serious .... would you rather that, or this?
Now, isn't this absolutely beautiful! How one could look at this for hours, and still not be bored. You could trace all the intricate brush strokes, and imagine all the careful moves the painter hath putteth into this marvelous masterpiece!

And this one, which is most First among all, the most beautiful stained glass I have yet seen...

Oh, most Blessed Virgin, Mother of God! Ora Pro Nobis!


My fourth follower! Thank you Cam! Everybody who is reading, what do you think of my blog?

Sophia Institute Press in going to send me a book to review. I will post the review on this blog, this will only be a one time thing, though. I hope the institute is conservative and orthodox. On their website they have a picture of Mother Angelica, so they probably are. God Bless!

Sunday, 17 January 2010

Caritas Internationalis arrives in Haiti, not all is good.

There is an article on CNA about Caritas arriving in Haiti, not all is good apparently.

"The United Nations estimates that about 45,000 to 50,000 people have died since the quake and 300,000 are homeless. Another 3.5 million Haitians are affected by the disaster, Caritas says."

This is bad, very bad. Here is the full story...

Picture of the Day! St. Thomas Beckets martyrdom.

St. Thomas Becket, an English saint who was the Archbishop of Canterbury, was a great saint! A picture of his martyrdom is the picture of the day.

Saturday, 16 January 2010

Lux Arumque

Nobody, could have performed this most sacred hymn better that the Westminster Boys Choir and the Kings College Boys Choir. I will pray, that by the Grace of God, that Kings College Chapel, although founded by King Henry the protestant, will be recieved into the Roman Catholic Church through the Personal Ordinariate. They are Anglo-Catholic after all.

How to handle Anti-Catholic statements.

I found this great Article in my email from the Daily Blog Section about when some radical leftists come over to a Catholic and say "Your going to hell! You worship statues and icons, God said to never do that!" and then they go on, saying "God never said that, or that, or that, or that," etc. It (the article) explains how the word "worship" has changed over time in english

the article is Here.
But I will post bits of it below.

A reader asks,
"“I always thought it was clear Catholic Church teaching that worship is reserved for God. But now I’m having the terms latria, dulia, etc., thrown in my face and being told: ‘Hah! You Catholics worship Mary and not only that, you worship saints, too, you awful, terrible people, and you are all going to hell . . . yadda, yadda, yadda.’
I found that the original Catholic Encyclopedia states that we do worship Mary and the saints and also goes on to imply that we worship icons, statues, etc.
Could you please help me and others who are in desperate need of a method to explain Church teaching about these things?”

"The basic problem is that the term “worship” has changed meaning in English. Originally, the term meant the state or condition (-ship) of having worth"

"Worship = worth + -ship. It meant the same as the contemporary English word “worthiness”"

Friday, 15 January 2010


I will pray for Haiti, and that the Bishops' soul will get passed purgatory. May God grant him peace.

Thursday, 14 January 2010

Bishops' Conference

I have put the logos of the Canadian, American, British & Welsh, and Irish Bishops' confrence on the side. I put them there, incase you ever need to contact them on some of the tings they publish. Sometimes the Candian Conference publishes some Liberal documents, and so on. Just click on the logo, and then go to the website. All of the conference's have published some very, well ...... not-so-Catholic documents, so I will have to keep a close watch on them, and I ask you to help me.

Also, which one would you consider the most un-Orthodox?

Is he pro-life?

Is Scott Brown pro-life? I know he opposes birth control, so does he also oppose abortion?
Also, finally Michaelle Jean, yes her. For those of you who don't know, or can't remember ... she gave a medal of Order of Canada to Canada's top abortionist. I can tell you one thing: there were many pro-life politicians in Canada who have recieved the reward .... they gave it back. They gave it back because no longer was it an honor to have the medal, it was a shame. THe Madonna House in Toronto gave bac the medal that was presented to their founder, and the premier of New Brunswick, a very staunch pro-life Catholic gave back his medal. I say to them: GREAT CHOICE! Anyhow, she has taken up the duty of talking about the earthquake in Haiti (Yes, she is from Haiti)

Wednesday, 13 January 2010

New Poll!

Okay. This is a poll about choirs ... one Catholic, and one Anglo-Catholic. They are Westminster Cathedral Boys Choir, and Kings College Boys Choir. They are both very beautiful! Okay! Pull out your ballot sheets!

Tuesday, 12 January 2010


You know, that in Newfoundland, it is not uncommon to hear the Parish Priest called a Vicar. Usually when an Anglican refers to ther priest at his church, he will just say "Priest" or if it is a left-leaning church "Minister".
The majority of Newfoundland is Catholic, but I do not know the percentage, or the percentage that goes to church.

Monday, 11 January 2010

New mug!

I have a Loyal Views mug for you!

Drink some Drinking Chocolate or your favorite blend of Hot Cocoa in this dirable mug thing. `````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````````

National Catholic Register has a New Website!

The National Catholic Register has re-designed their website .... it's great!

Now I just have to figure out how to use it.

Sunday, 10 January 2010

Poor old Brentwood Cathedral!

Brentwood Cathedral is one of the very very orthodox Catholic cathedrals in England ... but it looks like there may be a little bit of a liberal influence among them! Oh no! It must be a visiting priest, or may, maybe a not-so-new, new vicar? Well, here it goes.... I was looking at their website, because I was stunned at the Beauty of ther Boys' Choir ..... so I wanted to find out more. Well I went there, and then found this little tidbit:

It says "On the second Sunday of the Month the 9:30 am Mass is a Children's Mass wit readings and music designed specifically for children". Oh good god! Why do we need a specific Mass for children? The Mass is a SACRIFICE! Not a concert, or a tele show, or a game. I can tell you one thing. If you took a child into a TLM, they would be amazed at the reverence, and the Music and the language! They would certainly be quiet. From my point-of-view, from where I live .... I am thinking that a childrens mass would go like this (not all the parts though)

Jesus is With You!
Children: And he is with you too sir.

The reading:
The story of Jesus!
Children: Woohoo!
When Jesus was a little boy, he used to go work with his daddy, and make tons of stuff, Cool eh? Kids? Wouldn't you like to be like your daddy?.........and he blathers on.

Come up here little Tommy. Do you like the Teletubbies? I doo too. I always watch it. Lets take Po for example. Po, is like Jesus. He is mighty ...... blah blah blah.
At the consecration...

Let us all sit now for the consecration, which means that I will make this peace of bread turn into Jesus!
Children: Wow, Okay. Lets start!

Hymn selection
This would probably be:
Yay Jesus!
Jesus is my Butterfly
Happy Birthday Jesus (Christmas)

As you can see, these poor children would be freightened to death, then tey would never, ever want to go to mass. Now, I may be wrong and the Children's mass may be revernt, but from what I have seen a children's masses (though I haven't been to one), they are not Mass, it is a mess.

Anyways, If you are ever in England, which I am not .... but hopefully I will sometime to see these cathedrals, go to Westminster Cathedral, and Brentwood Cathedral. Their boys' Choirs are absolutely BEAUTIFUL!


I have noticed, that most of the blogs I read have these little "Zazzle" things, so I decided to try it out myself! I have a few things. I will let you know when I add something new.....

Here is the Link. I also put something of the sidebar...

Cloistered Dominican Nuns of St. Jude

In 1944, the Dominican Nuns of St. Jude were founded in Marbury. They are Cloisterd, Contemplative, and Monastic (their saying).

They are a branch of a the French Dominican order, founded by Father Saintourens and Mother Rose of St. Mary. The nuns' crisp-white habit has not changed since! Hurrah! They are very devout, and very pious.

This is the picture found on their homepage. Of course, though there are many, many more. They seem to be very orthodox, and I believe that they do have the TLM.

Here is a copy of their daily schedule....

5:00 am
Rise Angelus
Office of Readings and Laudes (Morning Prayer)
Household Chores
Terce (Midmorning Prayer)Private Prayer
Holy Mass (Timing Subject to Change)
Work Period
Sext (Midday Prayer)Community Rosary
12 Noon
Silence: Study and Rest Period
None (Midafternoon Prayer)Private Prayer
Work PeriodNovitiate Classes
AngelusVespers (Evening Prayer)
Compline (Night Prayer)

Saturday, 9 January 2010

For Fun...

Just for fun ...!

Friday, 8 January 2010

Oh no, no, no abuse here...

Okay. I am going to point them out....
  • First of all, he is using glass. The GIRM says not to make them out of breakable material!
  • He is using a dorito thingie for the Host...
  • The guy behind him is half asleep!
  • And probably, there is rock music, people talking, taking pictures and laughing in the background....
  • Its not a mass .... its a mess!

Comments and discussion incouraged....

Thursday, 7 January 2010


Confiteor Deo omnipotenti, et vobis fratres, quia peccavi nimis cogitatione, verbo opere et omissione: mea culpa, mea culpa, mea maxima culpa. Ideo precor beatam Mariam semper Virginem, omnes angelos et Sanctos, et vobis fratres, orare pro me ad Dominum Deum nostrum. Amen.

New Poll!

Where is the tabernacle in your church?

In the front, in plain view ready for the TLM?


Shoved of into the corner, with no good decorations because its a liberal church that you regret?


Wednesday, 6 January 2010


It is the 12th and final octave in Christmas, and for the last time ....

Merry Christmas!

I hope you have a great new year! And on with it....

Tuesday, 5 January 2010


Sorry I haven't posted in a while, I was busy. It is lat now, where I live. The time that comes up on the posts is wrong.... anyone know how to fix it?

Good ni..nig....nigh......Good Night.

Sunday, 3 January 2010

Picture of the Day!

A lovely painting of St. Clement I, on of the Popes.

He is recieving a miraculous vision from God!

Saturday, 2 January 2010

Cathedrals of the World, Part 4.

Okay. Today for the fourth segment of the Cathedrals of the World, I will do Reims Cathedral in France. In this cathedral, kings and queen of France were coronated in it.

First, I will do the windows. Before I start, you know, the windows in this cathedral are very nice, but unfortunately some have been replaced with -- with modern art.This is one of the windows with modern art. Ugh, how I long for the days when there was none.

Now, one of the beautiful windows in the Cathedral. Just look at the stammering colours, and the beautiful images.

And, another one of the beautiful windows!

Before I move onto the interior, although I am oh-so critical of modern art, let us not forget that this is a sacred place. But, let us also not forget that the House of God must ever so beautiful!

This is sort-of in the middle of the cathedral. With some of its beautiful "jar" and normal statues.

The view from the back.

Now, the exterior.

This is the beautiful outside, during the sunset!

Friday, 1 January 2010

Alma Mater

This is the Popes new CD, called "Alma Mater". He sing hymns to the Blessed Virgin.

Not a day in...

Not even a day into 2010, and I have spotted something out of the ordinary.

Now. As you can see above, this is an excerpt from the bulletin at Holy Cross Church in Orlando. I am really, literally scared to ask what "Exciting Music" means. I hope the director isn't one of thos Happy-go-lucky-clap-clap-wave-wave-fundamentalist-weird-protestant directors working in a Catholic church.

Happy New Year!

Happy New Years! Everyone. And for the new year, I have found the website of a society that intends to become a Congregation dedicated to Our Lady and St. Catherine Laboure. It describes what they want their habit to be on the website. You'll never guess what it is .... they are going to use a cornette, just as the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul did .... thats Great!