Friday, December 28, 2012

Holy Innocents

What do Herod & Obama have in common? Well, they wish to get rid of every newborn child in the womb. Watch my video below:

Also, I did not receive the Catholic girlfriend underneath the tree, but I did receive St. Francis of Assisi and a REAL NUN!

Reminder, it's still Christmas!

Sunday, December 23, 2012

Christmas 2012

As Christmas nears, I would like to post a video that states that Traditional Catholicism is "hip":

Well, there is hope. I hope a traditionalist archbishop is under the Boston Catholic Christmas Tree, and that a Catholic girlfriend (who is to become my wife) is under mine. 

Merry Christmas!

Saturday, December 15, 2012

Statement on the CT School Shooting

I would like to express my condolences to the families of the victims of yesterday's school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT. I will also pray for the repose of their souls.

Something like this should never happen, but it does because most people in the world today are not faithful to the Holy Name of Jesus. Most of them, sadly, claim to be "Catholic." 

Based on what I understand, seven of the children attended the local Catholic parish in the town, which is a Novus Ordo parish. If they have been baptized, and since they have not reached the age of reason and have not yet received First Holy Communion, they will go straight to heaven.

But unfortunately, if any of the slain adults were Catholic, they will be called "heroes," which is theology incorrect. But either way, I hope a priest will say a Requiem Mass for the repose of these victims' souls. 

Requiem aeternam dona eis Domine, et lux perpetua luceat eis. Requiescant in pace. Amen. Fidelium amimae per misericordiam Dei requiescant in pace. Amen. 

Friday, December 7, 2012

Immaculate Conception letter to Pope Benedict (as promised)

Today, I have sent in the mail the letter to the Holy Father that I have spent three weeks drafting, with a CC to the Papal Nuncio. I would like to share it with you all, as promised:

It is pretty sad that I have to write my second letter to the Vatican regarding the chaos within the halls of the Archdiocese of Boston "Pastoral Center." As I mentioned in my previous post, like Summorum Pontificum, Intima Ecclesiae Natura will not be enforced in all likelihood under the Friar's watch. So it's time for a change. 

I am asking that ALL Faithful Catholics who live in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to write a letter similar to this one. Also, please click here to sign my ongoing petition to the Holy Father to remove Cardinal Sean and replace him with a traditionalist archbishop. 

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Fiscal Abuse Motu Proprio

On November 11th, the Feast of St. Martin of Tours, His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI has issued a Papal Bull motu proprio Intima Ecclesiae Natura, which prohibits fiscal abuse and money donated to Catholic charitable organizations to support anti-Catholic motives. 

[Read the Papal Bull in English here]

Watch the Vortex below regarding this Motu Proprio:

I am very grateful to the Holy Father for issuing this long overdue decree. I hope that this will end the CCHD, CRS, and others that have been stealing collection plate money and placing it into the hands of abortionists and homosexuals. 

However, like Summorum Pontificum (the Motu Proprio that restored the Traditional Latin Mass and Sacraments), it is unlikely that this will be enforced in the Archdiocese of Boston under Cardinal Sean. So we still need to pray for a Traditionalist archbishop to be appointed for Boston. Please sign the petition at the photo-link on the sidebar!

Also, I hope that this Papal Bull will lead to the removal of most American bishops, for they have violated BOTH Motu Propria. 

In either event, I will thank the Holy Father for issuing this decree in the letter I'm writing to him, which should be sent later this month. 

Friday, November 30, 2012

Something banned in Boston...

Click here to watch a slideshow of the Pontifical High Mass celebrated by Bishop David O'Connell in Trenton, New Jersey on November 27, 2012, the feast of the Miraculous Medal. 

Because there has not been such an event since at least 1970, I did a Google search to find any news of the last Pontifical High Mass in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. I found nothing! 

Also, I received my first Christmas card this season, from the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Still River. The St. Andrew Christmas Novena begins today, his feast day. This Sunday (Dec. 2) is the First Sunday of Advent, the first day of the new liturgical year.  

Monday, November 26, 2012

Boston College, a non-Catholic college

Everybody is making a big deal about Boston College firing its head football coach, Frank Spaziani, for coaching the team to the worst record in school history, and that they have made a search committee for a new coach. Here is the mission of the Jesuit-run institution of higher education:

Boston College is committed to maintaining and strengthening the Jesuit, Catholic mission of the University, and especially its commitment to integrating intellectual, personal, ethical, and religious formation; and to uniting high academic achievement with service to others.
Jesuits are active in all aspects of University life with a community of more than 150 Jesuits serving as faculty and administrators or studying for advanced degrees within Boston College's various schools. Members of the Jesuit community also offer Ignatian retreats and spiritual direction to faculty, staff and students.
Gifts from the Jesuit community have helped establish the Jesuit Institute and the Center for Ignatian Spirituality at Boston College. The Institute sponsors personal research, academic exchange and collective inquiry about the issues that emerge at the intersection of faith and culture. The Center helps members of the University community to understand and implement Jesuit/Ignatian traditions and promotes conversation among other religious traditions represented at Boston College. [Emphasis added, from]

STOP! This is heresy. While known for being a "Catholic" school, it is not Catholic at all in any meaningful sense of the definition. If it were truly Catholic, then why don't they preach what Christ and his Church have taught for the past 2000 years? 

Now here are some key "facts" from the "Boston College Facts" page

  • 14,600 students, 9,100 undergrad, 4,900 graduate, 600 enrolled in continuing ed courses. Check.
  • 52% female (I can live with that.)
  • 70% Catholic (WRONG! They're Novus Ordoians at best!) 
  • Tuition (2012-13): $43,140 (What good Catholic family can afford that?)
  • 162,522 living alumni (largest alumni association at a Catholic institution in the world) (WOW! Not even ND has that many living!)
  • 140 Jesuits (i.e. heretics)
While there was a Jesuit priest from BC who was recently ordained with a late vocation, who assisted at my parish over the summer, he is the exception, not the norm for today's Jesuit priests (properly termed presbyters). 

Besides the cost, do not attempt to send your kid to BC if you are looking for a Catholic education. 

Saturday, November 24, 2012

Novus Ordo in 2044

I have found a link to the Novus Ordo as it might be said by 2044. Click here to see these sacrileges, which may be found at the Gay Church of St. Cecilia, Boston's Back Bay. 

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Archdiocesan Self-destruction Part VII: The end of Catholic schools?

The Archdiocese of Boston operates 9 preschools, 59 grammar schools, 3 junior high schools, 30 high schools, and 2 special education schools, according to the directory on If you add them all up, that totals 104 schools that are under the direct jurisdiction of Cardinal Sean, and the highly-overpaid Superintendent Dr. Mary Grassa O'Neill. 

Out of all these schools (and some that are "Catholic" but independent of the archdiocese), none of them celebrate the Traditional Latin Mass at First Friday school liturgies. None of the approximately 43,000 students knows that the Mass is the Sacrifice on Calvary represented in an unbloody manner. None of the students have ever picked up the Baltimore Catechism, the Douay-Rheims Bible, The Imitation of Christ, or anything sold via Angelus Press. Even if Latin is offered as a course, it's an elective! 

Now how does this have to do with the Disciples in Mission program? Well, first off, most of the 59 grammar schools are operated directly by parishes, so if a parish closes, the school might go down with the ship as well. 

But, in today's world, it won't matter whether or not these schools close. They're Novus Ordo. The only true Catholic school in Massachusetts is the Immaculate Heart of Mary School in Still River (Worcester Diocese), operated by the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. 

Concerned about educational opportunities for Traditional Catholic children, if I had a lot of money, I would set up a fund to start a Traditional Catholic School in the Greater Boston area. 

Parents, if you wish to help or have any ideas, please send me an email. 

Happy Thanksgiving!

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Archdiocesan Self-destruction Part VI: "World traveler priests?"

On a most recent post to the Boston Catholic Insider, a reader under the username "YOUGOTTABEKIDDING" posted in the comment box:

BCI correctly points out that this Pastoral Plan, as presented, runs afoul of Canon Law in that there is a shared Finance Council for each Collaborative. No one defines that further. While some here categorize that violation as minutiae, it is not. No provision of Canon Law is. You don’t get to pick and choose which provisions of Canon Law are sacrosanct and categorize the remaining as surplasage based on convenience.
The planned merger of parishes into Collaboratives is de facto suppression of parishes, cleverly aimed at the avoidance of appeals, but stay tuned on that issue.
Another crucial point is that the real decision making as to closure is relegated to the Collaborative Finance/Parish Council. Bishop-Elect Deeley readily admits this.
His direct quote:“Such a decision, which would come from the collaborative, would then be weighed within the consultation process that we would have in the archdiocese to make sure the needs of the people are taken care of if in fact it is necessary to close a church,” Deeley said. Note, on other occasions the archdiocese has determined the “needs” of the people based on the opportunity to receive the sacraments in a geograpshic location. To be sure, that will mean anything the archdiocese says it means.
Some may not be used to the experience of a shared pastor. Where ever the pastor resides will be THE parish. The other parishes in the Collaborative will be essentially closed, save for the Mass hours. There will only be one heart beat to each Collaborative and if you have no priest in residence it will not be you. You cannot build a parish or even maintain a parish if it is locked up, save for the Mass. Literally, the shared priest keys himself into the church, with hosts in hand (clearly visble in baggies), toting vestments, says Mass, and quickly locks everything up. While this may not appear to be a violation of Canon Law, what is this???? Is this what Catholicism has come down to – a priest with keys in hand and hosts in baggies?? [Emphasis added]

Monday, November 19, 2012

Archdiocesan Self-destruction Part V: "Hiring" the pastor

Probarly the most radical piece of this Disciples in Mission reconfiguration plan for the Archdiocese of Boston is that parish councils will have the responsibility to hire clergy for their "collaboratives." Many people, even non-Catholics, know that this is not Catholic character, never mind it violates Canon Law. 

Under this plan, the archbishop (presuming it's still Cardinal Sean) will forfeit his authority in assigning clergy, and delegate it to the parish council. So how is this going to work?

Well, first off, Episcopalian ministers are under a bishop, but the appointment of clergy lies in the hands of the "vestry" (the Anglican term for parish council). Mostly all other Protestant denominations do not have subjection to higher governing bodies most of the time, so congregations are often run by lay boards of trustees, which hire the minister (et al.). This is most especially the case in nondenominational or congregational churches, where at times they write their own theology. 

In Judaism, rabbis are hired the the synagogues, while the synagogues are mostly run by lay officers (president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, etc.). However, their style of observance (orthodox, conservative, reform, etc.) is determined locally, and whomever they hire as the rabbi and his style of Judaism will reflect the mission of the local synagogue. 

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Archdiocesan Self-destruction Part IV: From a sedevacantist perspective

Below is the November 20th journal entry on Traditio, a sedevacantist website, on the reconfiguration plan for the Archdiocese of Boston:

November 20, 2012 - St. Felix of Valois, Confessor
Double Feast

As the New Order Sect Continues to Lose Money and Adherents Right and Left
The Mega Newdiocese of Boston Shuts More than Half of Its Remaining Churches

From: The TRADITIO Fathers
Just like H.M.S. Titanic: the Newchurch of the New Order has hit an iceberg. As Paul VI-Montini shockingly admitted within just three years of the close of the Modernist Vatican II Council: "We looked forward to a flowering, a serene expansion of conceptions which matured in the great sessions of the Council. But ... one must notice above all the sorrowful aspect. It is as if the Church were destroying herself.... The smoke of Satan has entered the temple of God."
Newcardinal Sean O'Malley, of Boston, Massachusetts, knows this and has thrown in the towel. On November 15, 2012, he admitted to the (few) remaining Newchurchers of Boston that most of their churches would be closed. Out of its 288 remaining parishes, only 135 will survive. O'Malley told them bluntly that the New Order sect was suffering from weak attendance, a shortage of presbyters, and decaying parish finances, which that have left four in ten Newparishes unable to pay their bills.
In other words, Newchurchers are voting on Benedict-Ratzinger's unCatholic New Order with their feet and their pocket-books. After fifty years of the Vatican II lie, a majority of them won't set foot into a New Order church, and they won't pay any longer for the lie that the Novus Ordo is "Catholic."
O'Malley admits that about one in seven Newchurchers even set foot in a church now. O'Malley admits that Newchurch's Great Sex & Embezzlement Holocaust has turned Newchurchers away in droves. O'Malley mouths his belief that Benedict-Ratzinger's "New Evangelization" will bring Newchurchers back, but national studies paint a different picture: even more Newchurchers are leaving. [Some information for this Commentary was contributed by the Associated Press.]
Good Catholics, let's face it. The Newchurch of the New Order has a "product" that it can't sell. The label on the bag says Catholic, but inside is only dust. Newchurch is fooling itself. It has hit the iceberg, and all O'Malley and Ratzinger can do is rearrange the deckchairs on their sinking Titanic.

[N.B: I am not a sedevacantist!]

Friday, November 16, 2012

Archdiocesan Self-Destruction Part III: First 10% to go by July 2013

The Disciples in Mission program has been approved by Cardinal O'Malley at a press conference yesterday. Now, Deo gratias that no announcements of closings/clusterings were announced at that time, but Phase One, which will affect 10% of the archdiocese, will be announced after the first of the year (January 2013) as as follows:

  • January 2013: Phase One parish closures/clusters announced
  • March 2013: Pastors of the "new" parishes assigned
  • April-June 2013: The priests go through sensitivity training
  • July 1, 2013: New parishes take affect 
  • Fall 2013: Parish lay employees go through sensitivity training
  • January 2014: Plan fully implemented in Phase One parishes

The full press conference can be viewed here:

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Archdiocesan Self-destruction Part II: Parishes that are "safe"

With one day to go until Judgement Day, I looked on the website for the Archdiocese of Boston, and researched parishes that are run by religious orders. These parishes seem to be "safe" because they are not run by the archdiocese, but they are listed on the parish directory page on the website:

"Safe" Parishes:

  • Chapel of Our Savior, Brockton, run by Franciscans (TLM)
  • Chapel of the Holy Spirit, Beacon Hill, run by the heretical Paulist Fathers
  • Holy Espousal of Mary & Joseph Retreat Center, Waltham, the dreaded place where engaged couples are sent to for a weekend "retreat" where they are indoctrinated with false teachings on marriage. 
  • Lourdes Center, 698 Beacon Street, Boston, run by the Servites of Mary (Home of Lourdes Water)
  • Madonna, Queen of the Universe Shrine, East Boston, run by the FDP Fathers (The Who Fathers?)
  • Fatima Shrine, Holliston, run by Xavierian Fathers
  • St. Clement's Eucharistic Shrine, run by Oblates of the Virgin Mary
  • St. Ignatius of Loyola, Chestnut Hill, run by the Jesuits of Boston College
  • St. Joseph the Worker Shrine, Lowell, run by the Oblates of Mary Immaculate
Now, these Mass Centers are attended by many people of the Archdiocese, but are not listed on These are not affected by the reconfiguration:

  • St. Catherine of Siena Mission, Woburn, run by the SSPX 
  • Glastonbury Abbey, Hingham, run by Trappists
  • Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Mission, Stoneham, run by the CMRI
  • Sacred Heart Church, Lawrence, run by the Willing Shepherds of Jesus Christ, a Third-Order Dominican apostolate
  • Most Holy Trinity Mission, Andover, an independent chapel run by Fr. Peter Lemay
  • St. Benedict Abbey, Still River, run by the "children" of Fr. Leonard Feeney, MICM (located in Worcester Diocese)
  • All Eastern Rite Catholic Churches

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Archdiocesan self-destruction: What it means for all of us

As you saw in my previous post, Judgement Day looms for 53% of the Archdiocese of Boston. So what does this mean for the Archdiocese? 

Well, since there are several wordy details on the Reconfiguring website, I am not going to give you every single detail. But, I will summarize the most crucial points that will radically change the archdiocese, some of which are not even Catholic in character:

  • Grouping parishes into "parish collaboratives" with one pastor, while remaining open as parishes. Under Canon Law, all this means is merging several  parishes into one parish. When they talk having one pastor doing two or more parishes, it usually means that the parishes will eventually merge into one parish. While the parish territory may operate two church buildings for worship, only one can be designated as the parochial church, which usually becomes the name of the parish, unless the bishop determines otherwise. All other church buildings become chapels of ease or oratories. 

  • Parish collaboratives to share clergy, musicians, administrative and custodial staff, etc., while finances for each parish will be separate.  Layoffs of lay employees at the parishes will be last resort. I don't buy this one bit. How can you a parish afford all these employees and most of them are operating in the red? I understand that people need jobs, but how many lay people does it take to run a parish? Also, many of the archdiocesan employees are union, so even if they don't actually believe in church teaching, they will most likely stay on as charity cases.

  • In terms of musicians: In many parishes, the bulk of the musicians are volunteer, while the music director (who traditionally is an organist) may be on the payroll. At my Latin Mass Parish, I believe most of the schola are volunteers, but we have a music director, and I believe she is the only one who is paid. 

  • Parish collaboratives will be required to have a single Parish Council, which will be appointed by the pastor of the collaborative. The parish council will in-turn hire the pastors, parochial vicars, music directors, religious ed directors, school principals, and other clerical, religious, or lay employees. First of all, this is not Catholic teaching. The bishop is supposed to make clerical appointments, and secondly, a parish council has no place in the Roman Catholic Church. I suppose they'll change the theology as well. This is not congregationalism. This is Catholicism. So does this mean that they will hire woman priests? 

Monday, November 12, 2012

53% of Boston parishes to be closed; Please pray urgently for Traditionalist archbishop!


The Archdiocese of Boston is set to announce that 53% of the current 288 parishes will be eliminated by the year A.D. 2017. Please watch my video below:

Please pray the Rosary for the Holy Father that the Holy Ghost will guide him to appointing a new, Traditionalist archbishop for Boston!

Also, Matthew from A Catholic Life explains why the Presidential Election was a disaster

Holy Mary, pray for us!
St. Joseph, the most chaste spouse, pray for us!
St. Michael the Archangel, pray for us!
Ss. Peter & Paul, Princes of the Apostles,  pray for us!
St. Gregory the Great, pray for us!
St. Pius V, pray for us!
St. Pius X, pray for us!
St. Patrick, patron of the Archdiocese of Boston, pray for us!
St. Botolph, civil patron of Boston, pray for us!
Ven. Abp. Fulton J. Sheen, pray for us!
Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, pray for us!

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Msgr. Deeley named auxiliary bishop

Pope Benedict XVI has appointed Msgr. Robert Deeley, the vicar general for the Archdiocese of Boston, an auxiliary bishop of the same diocese. Under canon law, Bishop Deeley will remain vicar general as that position is supposed to be held by the auxiliary bishop. 

Please note that I am very disappointed in this appointment, simply because the Holy Father did not appoint a new ordinary for Boston. (The Pope is not infallible in appointing bishops.) But, that might come soon, even though some readers of the Boston Catholic Insider article has asked for "a new manager" (in baseball terms). 

But that's correct, especially when it comes to auxiliary bishops in Boston, who normally have been a farm club for other dioceses. In other words, they do have no influence while in Boston! (In the USA, only New York and Chicago have more auxiliary bishops, active and retired.)

Since Sean chronologically has seven years left on his "contract", that doesn't mean he'll last! So please click the link on the side to sign my petition, pray the Rosary, and pray for the Holy Father that he will seek the grace of the Holy Ghost to appoint a traditionalist archbishop for Boston. 

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Assisted Suicide Defeated

I am happy to report that in Massachusetts, Question 2, which would have allowed anyone to commit suicide with assistance from a physician, HAS BEEN DEFEATED, 51-49%!

However, this does not make Cardinal O'Malley a hero for his efforts for the only thing Catholic he really did in his tenure as Archbishop of Boston. 

Monday, October 29, 2012

Friday, October 26, 2012

Weather Alert!

Please Note: Hurricane Sandy is going to make landfall in the Mid-Atlantic States this weekend, which may interfere with Mass attendance on Sunday, October 28, 2012, the Feast of Our Jesus Christ the King. IF if it is unsafe for you and your family to get to Mass, then you are excused from attending. However, YOU MUST read this Sunday's Mass in your hand missal.

Saturday, October 20, 2012

Should we beg the Pope to remove Dolan?

If you have watched the video above, it shows disturbing pictures of Cardinal Dolan cracking jokes with President Obama and Mitt Romney (I'm not voting for either one of them!) at the Al Smith Dinner.

This is all contrary to around this time last year, when Dolan issued a decree banning gay marriage in his archdiocese (see my blog post on this subject here). This is the only reason why he was named a Cardinal by Pope Benedict XVI; if he does not issue this decree, he would have not got the red hat. 

President Obama is the first sitting president to endorse the homosexual agenda, and pay for abortions and condoms with YOU AND I's tax dollars. Gov. Romney, while running my home state of Massachusetts, cut funding for local aid and education, shipped jobs overseas (to India), and did not appeal the Goodrich Case (that ruled that banning gay marriage was "unconstitutional") to the U.S. Supreme Court. He did nothing to stop gay marriage, although now he says he's pro-life. 

Friday, October 19, 2012

Jesus Christ was not a sissy!

Below, Michael Voris explains that Our Lord Jesus Christ was not a sissy:

But sadly, most Katholycs today think that the Church was founded by women when V2 opened up 50 years ago this month...

To put something in perspective, I will compare and contrast these liturgical truths and falsehoods with the Minor and Major Orders of the Roman Catholic Church and their Novus Ordo counterparts:

Before the seminarian is ordained to any minor order, he receives the Tonsure, where he becomes a cleric. 

The role of the Porter is to open and lock the church doors, ring the church bells, and secure the altar rail. In some cases he may inspect one's clothing for indecency prior to that person entering the nave. 

The role of the greeter is to have a conversation and pass out the parish bulletin/liturgical program. 

The role of the Lector is to chant the chapter at Divine Office, to act as subdeacon in absence, and to teach the catechism.

Today, in most new age temples, the lector is an old lady who reads from the Bible, for which she probably has no clue what she is reading! Also, CCD is taught by women who have no clue about the Faith!

The role of the Exorcist is to assist the priest at baptism to expel the devil. 

V2 Katholycs don't believe in demons. 

The role of the Acolyte is to carry the candles and incense at Mass. 

There is paganism at the N.O.C.S.

The role of the Subdeacon is to chant the Epistle and handle the sacred vessels.

[See section on lector]

The role of the Deacon is chant the Gospel, to preach, to distribute Holy Communion, to dismiss the congregation from Mass, to instruct to kneel and arise, and to baptize and bless marriages in the absence of a priest. 

Today deacons are old guys who don't know anything about what they are doing. 

The role of the Priest is to offer the Most Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, to preach, to guide, to bless, to baptize, to forgive sins, to bless marriages, and administer the Extreme Unction. 

The role of the presbyter is to sit in the big chair and let the old ladies run the show. 

The role of the Bishop is to confirm and ordain, and to uphold the teachings of the Church in his diocese, in addition to that of a priest. The bishop is the absolute authority in the diocese. 

Today, most bishops just act like elders who do nothing and let heretics get the Cookie. 

Saturday, October 13, 2012

I have a cold...

I have a cold this weekend, and will not be able to attend Mass tomorrow. Please pray that I feel better and that I find the Catholic girlfriend soon. 

Thanks, Chris

Friday, October 5, 2012

A childish, but accurate new name for the Novus Ordo Church

In the video below, Michael Voris has renamed the Vatican II sect the "Katholyc Church," that is with a K and Y. It sums up what has happened for the past 50 years:

Saturday, September 29, 2012

St. Michael's Day

Today is the feast of St. Michael the Archangel, and the dedication of the basilica named after him in Rome. The video above was recorded today via my webcam on my new computer (directly to YouTube). 

Please pray that my special Catholic girl someone will come!

Friday, September 21, 2012

SSPX Mass in Woburn time change

For those who live on the North of Boston, I have some good news: The SSPX Mission in Woburn, Massachusetts, St. Catherine of Siena, has changed their Sunday Mass time to 10:00 am, so you can attend a True Catholic Mass at a convenient time! (SSPX USA website) 

The chapel is located in the office building at 237 Lexington St, Room 7, on Rt. 3:

Please note that the SSPX is NOT in schism, nor they are excommunicated. It is permissible to attend a Mass offered by and receive the Sacraments from an SSPX priest or bishop. 

Sunday, September 16, 2012

Today is My Birthday

Today, the 16th of September A.D. 2012, the 16th Sunday after Pentecost, and the Feast of Ss. Cornelius and Cyprian, Martyrs, is my birthday. I'm not going to say how old I am, but I'm telling you that I'm getting older every day. 

I write today to inform you that I have not opened any presents nor had any cake yet, but I hope I open a present that is the purpose of this blog--finding a young Traditional Catholic woman to be my wife. 

Please pray that she comes soon!

Pax Christi, 


Friday, September 14, 2012

Sunday, September 2, 2012

U.S. Labor Day, St. Pius X

I hope you are all having a good Labor Day weekend. I'm not in particular because I'm not feeling well and did not go to Mass this morning, but I should be better by tomorrow. 

Speaking of tomorrow (Sept. 3rd), it is the Feast of St. Pius X, which is a simple (III class) feast on the general calendar, but a double of the first class (I class) in churches consecrated to St. Pius X and in churches or chapels of the Society of St. Pius X. 

St. Pius X was the last saintly pope since Pius V, who codified the Tridentine Mass and wrote something called the Tridentine Creed. Pius X, however, condemned Modernism and even wrote the Oath Against Modernism, a pledge to be taken by all clergy, seminarians, and university professors, on September 1, 1910. So since the Oath and his feast day are close to each other, it is tradition in Catholic institutions of higher education that all professors renew the oath every year. (The only place I know of that still does it at the undergrad level is Christendom College in Front Royal, Virginia.) 

A month or so ago I posted a video on my Youtube channel reciting the Tridentine Creed and renewing the Oath Against Modernism. I have it below in honor of both Pius V and Pius X:

Monday, August 27, 2012

2 cardinals against tradition attend Nellie Gray Requiem Mass

I am surprised to see that two cardinals (Seana O'Malley and Donna Wuerl) attended Nellie Gray's Requiem Mass last Friday, Aug. 24th, at St. Mary, Mother of God Church in Washington, D.C. Below is a link to the slideshow showing the two cardinals in attendance:
For those who are familiar with the situation in the Archdiocese of Boston, there are only a handfull of parishes who offer the Traditional Latin Mass, and only one that offers it daily (the one I attend).
In the neighboring Diocese of Worcester, there are only two at diocesan parishes and the Saint Benedict Center in Still River.
I'm not sure how many are in D.C., but there aren't many, I don't think.
But in any case, I am glad to see that a prominent woman in the pro-life movement had a priest pray for the repose of her soul.
In Boston, if someone dies, everyone thinks that you automatically go to heaven. Every Novus Ordo funeral service (for the most part) has a eulogy. A relative does a reading. An old lady gives out the cookie. "On Eagles Wings" is played instead of "Dies Irae." And to make matters worse, most people get creamated. Even a Novus Ordo presbyter who died recently in Worcester was creamated!
Catholics do not get creamated.
Catholics do not have eulogies delivered on their behalf.
Catholics get Requiem Masses said for the repose of their souls.

Sunday, August 26, 2012

Gay presbyter Bob Pierson upholds sodomy

"Father" Bob Pierson, a Novus Ordo presbyter in Minnesota, tells [Novus Ordo] Catholics that it is okay to vote against a ballot question that defines true marriage. Michael Voris explains why "Fr. Gay" needs to remove his collar:

Unfortunately, gay "priests" are commonplace in the Diocese of Worcester, Massachusetts and nationally renown at St. Cecilia's in Boston. 

My ex-parish is located near a gay bar and supports the homosexual agenda. 

Also, if you haven't signed my petition to remove Cardinal Sean in Boston, please do so now! The Church in this area of the globe is under attack from within. 

Thanks, and God bless!

Saturday, August 18, 2012

Immaculate Heart of Mary

N.B.: I'm reposting this from last year because I believe it is every essential for everyone to know what a Catholic wife is supposed to do. Please pray that she (whomever she is) will come soon! -In JMJ, Chris

REPOST FROM AUGUST 2, 2011: "August is the Month of the Immaculate Heart of Mary"

It's August already, the last month of summer, and the month that we associate with the Immaculate Heart of Our Blessed Virgin Mary. Three months ago, in May, we celebrated the Month of the Blessed Virgin Mary herself, and in December we'll celebrate that month to the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary. In two months (October) we'll honor Her Most Holy Rosary.

I hope that a Marian month like this one may She assist me in obtaining the Catholic wife I have been looking for. Most of the time, I wonder how the few couples in my parish who have been married recently or will be married soon got together? Could it have been they have prayed the Rosary? Could it have been she was dressing in Imitation of our Blessed Mother? Could it have been they met in a Latin Mass parish (for which would have to be the case for me)?

But with regards to how we meet, we'll have to put her Son at the front of every marriage and household. All newborn/baptized children need to be Consecrated to the Immaculate Heart, boy or girl, so they will become Holy Children. We cannot expose them to non-Catholic religious beliefs or sinful TV shows and music. We cannot allow our future (and our present)to have hundreds and thousands of piercings on the flesh, defacing the Temple of the Holy Ghost, which is property of the Roman Catholic Church by virtue of baptism.

We have to send them to [orthodox] Catholic Schools, insitutions that do not accept nothing but the Truth and Magisterium. These schools must practice the Faith of our Fathers, and teach the correct position of the Church in terms of Faith and Morals. These schools must only expose their student body only to the Tridentine Mass and Sacraments, for they are the only valid sacraments of the Roman Rite. They must be able to attend (at the very least) Mass weekly, on Fridays, before meeting in the homerooms for attendance and the Pledge.

We, as (future) parents, have to prepare them domestically for Confirmation because most schools and parish religious education programs are not aligned with the Magisterium. Presently, "Catholic Schools" refer to private schools, which were formerly Catholic, but are now Novus Ordo-ized by giving out condoms, saying that abortion is OK, and for students of false religions whose parents have $$$. Some students, however, receive athletic scholarships regardless of academic ability; this happens not only at the collegiate level but at high school as well. These schools, while only opposite sex dates are allowed at "proms" (sexual dances), often promote homosexuality and diversity.

It is the responsiblity of the parish priest to insure that the confirmandi are prepared for the Sacrament of Confirmation. The bishop is responsible for conferring the sacrament on people who are in a state of grace and know their faith in the Name of the Church. Also, the sacrament must be conferred properly, not only the bishop doing his part, but the candidate and sponsor doing theirs. If the candidate denies even part of the church teaching on anything, then there is no sacrament.

It is our responsibility that we teach our children that you either enter religious life or enter a marriage to a Catholic only. It is not acceptable for a Catholic to live as a single person, especially women. Yes, there is still such thing as an old maid.

In Conclusion, you must obey the Catholic teachings as law. The Ten Commandments are not the Ten Suggestions. The Six Precepts of the Church are not the Six Favors of the Church. Nor is the Meatless Friday rule, nor headcoverings for women in church.

Friday, August 10, 2012

No births=no Social Security

You can thank your parents and grandparents for not providing more aunts and uncles, brothers and sisters, for the excuse why you and I will not get Social Security:

Friday, August 3, 2012

Two rowers forgot to put hand across heart!

When you win a gold medal at the Olympics, your national anthem is played. You are supposed to act in the manner that your nation has established for the national anthem. In Team USA's case it would be placing the right hand over the heart. 

Well, at the medal ceremony for the 8-women skulls for rowing, two of the women forgot to put their right hand over their hearts! See screenshot below:

They were too exited winning the gold, I guess! Woops!

Well, nobody in London cared. If the Olympics were in America, the Feds might just go after them. 

But the entire gymnastics team did it right:

I just hope the two rowers just forgot and neglected the salute on accident. God bless them and God Bless America. 

Sunday, July 29, 2012

Bishop Cordileone to cross the Bay

Some good news for those in the SF Bay Area: Pope Benedict XVI has named Oakland Bishop Salvatore Cordileone the new Archbishop of San Francisco (news item here). He will replace George Niederauer, a supporter of the GLBT agenda, on October 4th, the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi. 

Bishop Cordileone is a very orthodox bishop and says the Traditional Latin Mass on a regular basis. Those in Oakland will tell you that. He has also made GLBT groups to either seek treatment for their homosexuality or disband. 

While he was in Oakland for only three years, he could not reverse the modernist cathedral construction; instead he hardly used it. I don't think that he'll like the SF cathedral either because it's full of modernist architecture, but don't be surprised that he tears it down and rebuilds with a traditional cathedral named after St. Francis. 

This kind of appointment shows that the Holy Father does not put up with the homosexual agenda. Sadly, in Boston, we have a prelate and several priests who do. We need to pray that a new, orthodox, traditionalist archbishop is appointed for Boston like Bishop Cordileone. 

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Who runs the USCCB?

Who exactly runs the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops? Well, the answer is as simple and as sad as it gets:


Please watch this Special Report Vortex below:

Saturday, July 14, 2012

Loyalty oaths needed for Catholic teachers

CCD Teachers: Please recite the Pledge of Allegiance
before class starts. Thank you.
In the Diocese of Arlington, Virginia, several Catholic schoolteachers and CCD teachers have resigned from their positions after refusing to sign loyaty oaths to the Magisterium as directed by Bishop Paul Lovedre this past spring. (Article from The Washington Post)

However, I do not believe that any dioceses in New England require a loyalty oath to teach in a Catholic setting, but I believe everyone should. I learned nothing in CCD like everyone else.

Below is a link to the Tridentine Creed and the Oath Against Modernism recited by me (and also please include the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag before CCD class as well): WATCH HERE.

I don't believe my CCD teachers every recited such oath since they hardly knew anything about the One True Faith anyway.

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Monday, July 2, 2012

200th Post: No luck yet; but Olympian attends N.O. HS

This post is my 200th post on Catholic Traditional Looking for Wife, and after almost two years of running this blog, I have not found my Catholic wife yet, but am still praying and looking...

However, I was watching the Olympic Trials last week, and saw 17-year old Missy Franklin qualify for several events. However, during an interview with Bob Costas, they showed clips of a pep-rally held a her Jesuit school, Jesuit Regis High School in Auroa, Colorado, where she will be entering her senior year this fall after the Olympics. The clip showed the following image, for which I took a screenshot off NBC

As you can see, the Jesuit priest, in a suit, is dancing with the other girls. (Watch entire interview on NBC Olympics here at your own risk @ 2:00 mark.) After looking on the school's website, the school has two separate campuses for boys and girls, so this video only deals with the girl's school. 

On their liturgy section, it shows a Novus Ordo Cookie service concelebrated by three presbyters. In the dress code section for "Mass", there is no mention of a head covering for girls. (Because of the blasphemy, I'm not showing that here.)

Monday, June 4, 2012

Sinful marriage resources

Most diocesan marriage/pro-life offices often have a link to the USCCB-run For Your, a website that is supposed to show what the Catholic teaching on marriage, and the rites involved, etc. 

First of all, the USCCB is an organization that needs to be done away with. The organization is the bishops' lobbying club, and they meet to run what is called (unofficially) "The American Catholic Church." In matter of fact, this is a form of collegiality, one of the V2 errors that Archbishop Lefebvre preached against vigorously. After the Pope, the Bishop of the Diocese is in charge, not a national pow-wow. 

With that regards, the site lists NFP as "acceptable," that divorced persons "are not excommunicated", and that you can limit the size or your family. Also, most importantly, there is no reference to the Traditional Latin Nuptial Mass or the fact that the Marriage service takes place before the Mass. There is no mention of Betrothal either. 

It's safe to say that this site is not Catholic, and if you are an engaged Catholic couple, you should avoid this website all together.