|Posted by The Editor on February 18, 2015 at 4:25 PM||comments (0)|
Below is a video of the recent ceremony of the taking of the cassock at Our Lady of Mount Carmel seminary, in Kentucky, on 2nd February, Feast of the Purification. Four seminarians and one Brother received the cassock . Please keep them in your prayers, and pray that more young men respond to the urgent call for priests to ensure the future of Tradition.
Outside the classroom in Boston, Kentucky:
On a recent trip to Philadelphia, PA, beneath the statue of St. Joan of Arc:
Visit to the tomb of St. John Neumann:
The time to prepare for the future is now, and since we all stand to benefit from a sucessful Resistance seminary, we all ought to support it in whatever way possible. Financial contributions, via this website: http://olmcs.jimdo.com/donate/ ...and of course, most importantly, prayers.
|Posted by The Editor on February 17, 2015 at 10:45 AM||comments (0)|
|Posted by The Editor on October 19, 2014 at 4:25 PM||comments (0)|
Today, Sunday 19th October 2014, Pope Paul VI of unhappy memory was supposedly "beatified". The response from the SSPX General House, which appeared at the last moment, a mere 48hrs before the ceremony took place, is incredibly weak and insipid. Like the response to the so-called "canonisations" of John XXIII and John-Paul II last April, it leaves the reader wondering what the attitude of the SSPX towards these pseudo-canonisations actually is: do the accept them or not? It would seem that in spite of the complaints, the answer must be yes. The press release from Menzingen speaks of "serious reservations". What does that mean, if not ultimately acceptance? It is certainly not a condemnation...
A translation of the page "REFLEXIONS SUITE AU COMMUNIQUE DU 17 OCTOBRE" from the website France Fidele is now available in English here and also on our Reference Materials page, as is the original Menzingen press release in English.
|Posted by The Editor on October 18, 2014 at 8:00 PM||comments (0)|
Friday 24th October - Saturday 25th Octoober
7pm - 7am
Starting and finishing with Mass, adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will take place in North London throughout the night, starting Friday night 24th October and ending Saturday 25th October (vigil of Christ the King), to beg our Lord to send more priests into the Resistance.
"Ask and it shall be given to you,"(Mt. 7,7) says Our Lord. We all want there to be a greater availablilty of Mass and the Sacraments, for what Masses there already are to become more regular and for more people to wake up and realise what is happening and join us. And we all want to go to Mass confident that we will be subjected to nothing dubious in the sermon [E.g. "The Traditional Mass gives you a waterfall of grace, but from the Novus Ordo only trickle" - from a recent sermon in St. Joseph&Padarns's!] and knowing that we won't be compromising anything by our presence.
Please make the effort to support this through your presence and your prayers. Contact us for further details.
|Posted by The Editor on September 13, 2014 at 8:00 PM||comments (1)|
From the website France fidele comes the news that two Sisters from the Teaching Dominicans of Brignoles have written a letter to the faithful explaining why they had no choice but to leave and start a new apostolate, in order to continue the original spirit of their order. They now plan to begin a school for girls.Please remember them in your prayers, and pray that others are brave enough to join them.
|Posted by The Editor on August 27, 2014 at 5:45 PM||comments (0)|
The Recusant 2014 Fiction Writing Contest is now open! Send in your entries now!
Inspired by the admirable efforts at amateur fiction writing by the SSPX Rector of Winona, Fr. Yves le Roux, we wish to invite our readers to have a go at writing a short story in the Fr. le Roux - style of fiction. To see exactly what we mean, please see our article Fr. Yves le Roux: a Writer of Fanciful Fiction in the Latest Articles section. It's fun and it's easy: anyone can do it!
Entries may be of any length, and prizes will be awarded for the most imaginative and most amusing entries. Send in your entries to: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Posted by The Editor on August 26, 2014 at 8:00 PM||comments (0)|
From the website REX! comes the following report on confirmations at the newly under-construction Resistance chapel in Aigen, Austria:
"On 24 August Bishop Richard Williamson visited, at the invitation of Fr. Martin Fuchs and domestic traditional Catholics, the Austrian town of Aigen, to administer the Sacrament of Confirmation for several children ... "
More pictures and full report can be found here:
|Posted by The Editor on July 30, 2014 at 8:00 PM||comments (1)|
Another little piece of good news comes to us via Fr. Chazal, who informs us that Fr. Picot, ordained in the SSPX in 2010, is going to join Fr. Chazal in the AustrAsian apostolate, primarily working in Australia. Fr. Picot must surely be the youngest priest to join the Resistance so far. Deo Gratias! Pray that there will be others like him.
|Posted by The Editor on July 26, 2014 at 8:00 PM||comments (0)|
From Fr. Chazal comes the following message:
24th July, 2014
Contrary to what the blog "Avec l'Immaculee" may be trying to get you to believe, and even repeated by Gentiloup herself, the priests of the Resistance are nothing but simple priests who continue to follow the line fixed by Archbishop Lefebvre.
The very fact that Archbishop Lefebvre tried to talk to the Roman authorities and then admitted that he had gone too far is all to his credit, and the situation was not as clear in the years closely following the Council as it is for us who are constantly taking note of the damage ceaselessly being made worse.
The arguments against Archbishop Lefebvre join the insinuation, both those of the pro-sellouts and those of the sedevacantists. They forget that de facto Archbishop Lefebvre saved Tradition by doing consecrations and by saying, at the moment of the consecrations, that if he had signed an agreement, it would have been over for Tradition. They also forget the numerous declarations, much more numerous after the consecrations, made in private and in public against any agreement as long as the Roman authorities do not return to the Faith.
I had asked InDominoSperavi [the pseudonym used by the lady who writes "Avec l'Immaculee" - Ed.] following her laxist interpretation of Pius XII's speech to midwives, to make public my refusal to work with her, something which she refused to do. But here again must be noted a desire to lead the Resistance priests down a path which is not their own.
We have not made all these sacrifices just to abandon the combat and the position of Archbishop Lefebvre, to which we are engaged by promises and oaths, and may the Faithful Virgin Mary keep us in this position, and bring to it those who are not here.
Francois Chazal +
|Posted by The Editor on July 25, 2014 at 8:00 PM||comments (0)|
The recent Resistance Pilgrimage to Walsingham was a splendid success, attended by 60 or so faithful from all over the country and abroad (with a notable contingent coming all the way from Czech Republic!) Fr. Fuchs was also present from Austria, and the Bishop administered the sacrament of Confirmation. Some photos are attached below. Grateful thanks go to all those who helped to organise it.
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