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Our Lady of the Resurrection

Our Lady of the Resurrection

Of all the human creatures who have been inundated with the divine joys of Our Lord’s Resurrection, it is certain that none was more favoured than His own Mother, and none tasted them more unselfishly and more purely. The fact that the Gospels have left it to Tradition to relate the reunion between the Risen Christ and Our Lady, shows ... Lire la suite »

The great vigil: Holy Saturday

The great vigil: Holy Saturday

The lengthy rites of the Easter Vigil are some of the most symbolic of the entire liturgical year penetrating to the very roots of salvation, especially through the many allusions to the sacrament of baptism—made possible by Our Lord’s resurrection. To briefly explain the profound significance of the climatic ceremonies of the Sacred Triduum, we offer Fr. Goffine’s instruction on ... Lire la suite »

Consecration of the Bishop of Chur Creates Controversy

Consecration of the Bishop of Chur Creates Controversy

The episcopal coronation of Msgr. Joseph Bonnemain, new bishop of Chur in Switzerland, arouses strong reactions among Catholics, especially in Helvetia, because communion was given to Protestants. On March 19, 2021, Msgr. Bonnemain, appointed Bishop of Chur after two years of waiting, was consecrated bishop by Swiss Cardinal Kurt Koch in the diocese’s cathedral. By way of derogation from the ... Lire la suite »

Cardinal Müller Reacts to Ban on Private Masses in St. Peter’s Basilica

Cardinal Müller Reacts to Ban on Private Masses in St. Peter’s Basilica

The controversy has swelled since the Secretary of State imposed a ban on the celebration of private masses at St. Peter’s in Rome, further transforming the Vatican Basilica into a soulless museum. The latest to react is Cardinal Ludwig Müller, the former prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. On March 13, 2021, FSSPX.News reported new liturgical ... Lire la suite »

Ordination to Minor Orders and Subdiaconate at Dillwyn

Ordination to Minor Orders and Subdiaconate at Dillwyn

Ordinations were held on March 26 and 27 at St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary, located in Dillwyn, Virginia, United States. The celebrating pontiff was Bishop Bernard Fellay. On Friday, March 26, he ordained 10 third-year seminarians to the first orders – Porter and Lector – of whom 9 are American, and the tenth is Irish. He then ordained three fourth-year seminarians ... Lire la suite »

No Salvation Outside the Pastoral Council?

No Salvation Outside the Pastoral Council?

On the Corrispondenza Romana website of February 10, 2021, the historian Roberto de Mattei has taken up Pope Francis’s declaration during the meeting organized by the Office of Catechesis of the Italian Bishops’ Conference. The Pope had affirmed there that the Second Vatican Council “is the magisterium of  the Church. Either you are with the Church and therefore you follow the Council, ... Lire la suite »

The Roman Curia Is Being Put on a Diet

The Roman Curia Is Being Put on a Diet

In a recently signed decree, Pope Francis is promulgating a series of measures supposed to rein in the expenses of personnel linked to the Holy See. Given the financial crisis affecting the Vatican, the allowances of prelates, clerics, and religious are clearly being revised downwards. The news could make many in the Vatican cringe: the Cardinals will soon have to ... Lire la suite »

Venezuela: Church Opposes State Control Over Private Education

Venezuela: Church Opposes State Control Over Private Education

The socialist government presided over by Nicolas Maduro wants to bring the management of Catholic education personnel under the control of the state. Against which the Venezuelan episcopate is raising a claim, in a country ruined by an unprecedented political and financial crisis. Tensions are rising between the Venezuelan government and the episcopate. In question, a circular dated March 9, ... Lire la suite »