Monday, April 29, 2013


Yesterday was an awful day, except for the Chinese food. This was the day the Lord did not make. It was Sunday, the Sabbath, and I was forced like a two year-old to attend the invalid Novus Ordo confirmation of my twin cousins. I was literally dragged into the car. 

Once I got to the pagan temple, I had to go upstairs to stadium seating, just like a megachurch (but this was a lot smaller). The cookie table was wooden, and the seating near it was in round; no altar rail. It was a rock and roll "Mass" except for the processions, where organ music was played from a CD player and not the organ aloft. Everyone was chit-chatting before and after the service. 

The confirmation was performed by an auxiliary bishop, where he did not give a dogmatic sermon, but he did make the candidates kneel before him while he sat on the faldstool to administer the "sacrament." 

There were a lot of young women who were very hot and wholesome, and would have looked perfectly fine with mantillas.

Below are my cousins and their sponsors (with the faces blurred-out for privacy reasons):

Please pray that these and the hundreds who were confirmed eventually discover the One True Faith and get confirmed in a traditional ceremony, just like this one done:

Saturday, April 27, 2013

New Seminary cornerstone laid, bells consecrated

Model of the new St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary
Cram & Ferguson Architects
Commonwealth Architects, Architect of Record

I am very happy to report that the cornerstone was laid and the bells were consecrated for the new Saint Thomas Aquinas Seminary in Buckingham County, Virginia last Saturday, April 20th, by Bishop Bernard Fellay, SSPX. Click here to read the article and view the magnificent 48 photos of the day's events, which included Mass, lectures, and lunch. 

(P.S. I was invited to attend the ceremony, but could not make it.)

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Boston strong

With all the trauma over the past week, I had several headaches this weekend and could not make it to Mass today. But I was watching the pre-game ceremony before yesterday's Red Sox game honoring the first responders who captured the living terrorist who murdered three lives on Monday and another on Thursday night (an MIT Police officer). 

Like the people at Fenway above, I was watching the crowd sing the National Anthem. I had my hand over my heart. I was crying. I was proud to be an American. 

But unfortunately, even with the Governor and police commissioner present, half the people did not put their hands on their hearts. While it is an emotional time, if these people are American citizens, please put your hand over your heart for the love of God. 

Below this blog's banner, I have a "God Bless America" banner that I made with several women with saluting the Flag. I made this because I think it's really important to show that the United States is a nation under God, and that placing your right hand over your heart for the Anthem, Pledge, Taps, moments of silence, and at the flagpole means that you love God and your country; God comes from your heart. Also, you should place your hand over your heart for other patriotic songs such as "God Bless America", "My Country 'Tis of Thee", "America the Beautiful", etc. 

I hope that I find a girlfriend who will take the previous paragraph to heart. I hope she is from Boston!

Friday, April 19, 2013

Requesicant in pace..

Please pray for the repose of the souls of Martin Richard and Krystle Campbell, who were Catholic and murdered in the Boston Marathon Bombings on Monday. 

Requiem aeternam dona eis Domine, 
et lux perpetua luceat eis. 
Requesicant in pace. Amen. 
Fidelium amima per misericordiam Dei 
Requesicant in pace. Amen. 

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

R.I.P. Boston Marathon victims

As of this post, 3 people were killed in the terrorist attack at the Boston Marathon yesterday, including 8-year-old Martin Richard of Dorchester. 

What a tragic day for a state holiday called Patriots Day, where we, as Americans, are supposed to celebrate the beginning of our freedom and patriotism. 

I hope that little Martin, whom has been pictured on newscasts in his First Communion photo, will receive a Requiem Mass from a priest for the repose of his soul. 

Requiem aeternam dona eis Domine, et lux perpetua luceat eis. 
Requiescat in pace. Amen. 
Fidelium amima per misericordiam Dei requiescat in pace. Amen.

Saturday, April 13, 2013

Third Letter to Holy See; First to Pope Francis

I mailed my third letter to the Vatican and the first to Pope Francis in regards to the shenanigans that have taken place in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts by the Catholic bishops there. After I mailed it, I learned that Cardinal Sean, the apostate, was named to a Vatican "reform board." Could this be the end of his tenure in Boston?

Anyway, here is the letter:

Saturday, April 6, 2013

"American Patriotic Church": Dolanism

I just happen to watch a two recent Vortex episodes, where Michael Voris compares and contrasts mainstream Catholicism in America and China:

As you can tell from these two videos, the Chinese Catholic Patriotic Association is the official state-run Catholic Church in the People's Republic of China. They're the agency of the communist government that "appoints" and consecrates bishops without Papal mandates. For example, if the CCPA doesn't like a bishop appointed by the Holy See, then they consecrate their own bishops, and therefore they are not in communion with Rome. (This is a totally different scenario than Marcel Lefebvre, so don't go there...)

The "American Patriotic Church" as Voris coins it, is not Catholic, and not (yet) officially operated independently of the Holy See. It's basically the USCCB, run by Cardinal Dolan as it's president, for which the heresy of Dolanism (selling-out the Faith to pop culture) is followed by the Dolanists. 

Now the big question is this: Are real orthodox traditional Catholics who are United States Citizens Real Americans?