Saturday, 27 November 2010


Our Lady shall rescue all the souls who dies in her Scapular from Purgatory, the first Saturday after their death.

Thursday, 25 November 2010


In this modern society, we often times see young ladies wearing skirts up past their knees, skirts  and shorts which just barely cover their undergarments, shirts with necks so low you can see everything. We see young boys with their trousers half-way down their legs, so low that you swear that they are just waiting to show off what they are wearing underneath, sweaters and "tee-shirts" with vile profanities on them. We see both men and ladies with trousers so tight you can see the outline of their bones and veins. Today's society needs to be taught about what this little thing called modesty is. If you ask an average 12 year-old what modesty is, they won't know. But, if you ask their 60-year-old Grandmother, well, then you'll get an answer. Modest clothing is for ladies: a skirt or dress which covers the knees and elbows, and with a neckline that reaches the collarbone. For men: a pair of trousers which stays on your waist, or a kilt, and a decent nice-looking shirt with the optional sweater or vest. 

Many ladies use excuses as to why they wear such revealing clothes: "oh, well it is hard to find modest clothes" or into the Summer, "It's to hot!". Yea? Well hell is much more hotter.  Men are just as guilty of immodest fashions. Just look outside! 

Schools have this notion of "do what you want and you will succeed", and "everyone is equal" and all that bloody claptrap. They don't teach morals, let alone anything useful. And, that is one of the main sources along with the popular media's positive (though I haven't a clue how evil can be positive) portrayal of immodesty. 

Good Night and God Bless.

O come let us adore him!

The Blessed Sacrament is NOT just bread. It is the  BODY, BLOOD, SOUL and DIVINITY our OUR LORD AND SAVIOUR, JESUS CHRIST.
                                             O Come let us adore him, Christ the Lord!

Wednesday, 24 November 2010

Pray for the Pope

Prayer for our Holy Father
V. Oremus pro Pontifice nostro Benedicto

R. Dominus conservet eum, et vivificet eum, et beatum faciat eum in terra, et non tradat eum in animam inimicorum eius.

Pater Noster, Ave Maria...

Deus, omnium fidelium pastor et rector, famulum tuum N., quem pastorem Ecclesiae tuae praeesse voluisti, propitius respice: da ei, quaesumus, verbo et exemplo, quibus praeest, proficere: ut ad vitam, una cum grege sibi credito, perveniat sempiternam. Per Christum, Dominum nostrum. Amen.

Monday, 22 November 2010


Alot has happened the past few weeks. The press has gone absolutely bonkers on what our Holy Pope Benedict said about condom use, and no, His Holiness did not change the churches opinion on the use of condoms. They are still a moral and intrinsic evil, that will never change. Now, this coming Sunday is the first Sunday in Advent, and the beginning of a new Liturgical year. It is time to get your Advent wreaths out! Light the candles, put up the tree. Yes I love Christmas, and yes, I love Christmas carols...O Come all Ye Faithful, While Shepherds watched their Flocks by Night, Hark the Hearlds Angels Sing, etc... I even like a few of the songs like "Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas". Over the next few weeks I am going to Christmas up the blog, and remember....Keep Christ in Christmas, because that is what Christmas is about! The celebration of the birth of our Lord and Saviour!

Wednesday, 17 November 2010

"Matter of opinion"

As we all know, liberal, dissenting, and progressive groups like to give themselves feel-good names, such as "Community of Hope", "Equality Blessed", "Call to Action"(as if they have a valid cause), "Catholics for Equality", and "Faith and Action" for example. They think they have a valid and worthwhile cause, (which they don't),  and then they try to protest God's church, try to change the truth, and then apostatize the church. These groups get all emotional and serious, and start to get into the sappy stories and then blame the troubles on the church, and by blaming the church, they blame Christ, because the Church is the mystical body of Christ. These people have there way of gaining the support of dissident theologians, "Catholic" politicians, and other "Catholics". Just imagine the reaction of these groups upon the election of Archbsp. Timothy Dolan as President of the USCCB. OH NO! He's conservative! He's orthodox! He is loyal to the Magisterium! Imagine the...the gumption of the Bishops to elect, how dare I say, a CATHOLIC as head of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops! Absolutely ridiculous, isn't it! And here it is...from the "Religion Dispatch"

  • Election of Archbishop Dolan Signals Bishops Will Target LGBT People, Says Equality Blessed
As Marian Ronan noted yesterday, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' surprise election of Archbishop Timothy Dolan as its president signals an escalation of the USCCB's engagement in culture war issues, particularly those surrounding sexuality and gender.
The leaders of Equally Blessed, a coalition of ["]Catholics["] working for justice [whatever] for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, put it more bluntly: that it signals continued "targeting of gay and transgender people." [And you tell me that "Equality Blessed" doesn't target the Catholic Church as it's main attack]
The coalition members of Equality Blessed are Call To Action, DignityUSA, Fortunate Families, and New Ways Ministry[See, the feel-good names]. Francis DeBernardo, Executive Director of New Ways Ministry, said in a statement that the election "sends an ominous message to LGBT ["]Catholics["] and our families." Bishop Gerald Kicanis, the presumed successor to the presidency, was "known to be more moderate on LGBT issues, "[as in: he didn't like or care about the truth, the Church's teaching on the topic] said Nicole Sotelo, Program and Communications Director at Call To Action, in the same statement released by Equality Blessed. Dolan's election "signals that the bishops are targeting families with loved ones who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender.",_says_equality_blessed/ 
Don't you see, these groups like to single out the Church for trying to stop and not accept impurity, and gravely sinful behavior.  They like to make themselves out as a persecuted and attacked group of people, which they are not. Let me make this clear: HOMOSEXUAL BEHAVIOUR is absolutely mortally sinful, will damn you to hell unless you repent and are absolved of your sins. The person who struggles with same-sex attraction is not sinful in itself. What's wring with today's society is that T.V. shows and Hollywood like to show these people as normal and accepted, and actually promotes their "culture" as ok. The Church teaches that we should not be hostile to those who struggle with same-sex attraction, which is a disorder. Instead, we must tread them with love, for they have a difficult trial in life. But, that doesn't mean we accept the evil behavior. It means we must help them live a celibate life, and help them not give into the evil temptations from the Devil. We must help them follow the teachings of Holy Mother Church.

Tuesday, 16 November 2010

Not good news...

The very good folks over at Cleansing Fire has informed their readers that St. Thomas the Apostle church in Rochester had it's closing Mass today, something which has become of a "tradition" in the Rochester diocese, headed by Bishop Clark, because within the last 20 years, the number of parishes have gone down from 159 in the 1990's to 123 parishes to this day. It makes me think: what the bloody hell is Bishop Clark thinking! From reading Cleansing Fire - something which I do every day - it seems that Bishop Clark is only closing the more orthodox and traditional churches, and keeping open the "jump-an-praise hubbabalew nun-in-alb prancer pentecostal new renewal flower power churches". Hopefully, this will NOT be their closing mass, as it will remain a consecrated Church! Hopefully, God willing, the decision to close such a wonderful parish will be appealed. My prayers are with the people of St. Thomas today. God Bless them, for they are our brethren.

Please note this post was supposed to post yesterday, but it didn't.

Friday, 12 November 2010

I would like to thank ye my readers. God Bless you.!

Thursday, 11 November 2010

Happy Remembrance Day!

In the two wars, men fought bravely for us and our freedom, and to not honour them with the dignity they deserve would be horrendous, and a sign of disrespect!
Support the two legions.

Saturday, 6 November 2010

Friday, 5 November 2010

Happy Guy Gawkes

Happy Guy Fawkes night! Lots of bonfires on the go, and maybe a few bookburnings!

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Thursday, 4 November 2010

A blast to the past with Darvilles of Windsor tea!

Goodness me, I love this stuff!
Testing tea at the shop!

Does anyone know what tea His Holiness drinks?

Be careful...

You can't be Catholic and support homosexual marriage! Well, the "Catholics for Equality" group thinks you can be. If anyone is subscribed to their emails, ignore that hogwash. I am sorry for the lack of posts lately, I don't know what's wrong with me!

Monday, 1 November 2010

Syrian cathedral attacked!

Please pray for the victims of this terrible attack on our holy church!