Saturday, July 26, 2014

It is time to picket outside our parishes...

Anyone following the news regarding the Catholic Church in Boston today should understand that the Archdiocese is anything but. The Cardinal is siding with the "Death Party" by encouraging illegal immigration and crime. This and the fiscal, sexual, and liturgical abuses come as no surprise to Latin Mass attendees as the Novus Ordo Church is a counterfeit church using the name "Roman Catholic." It dominates and controls everything.

I am not going to repeat myself on the sinful events of the living memory, but I will say that we have to organize Rosary Rallies outside our parish churches (especially the Cathedral) asking for housecleaning of the current leadership and that the Pope appoint a traditionalist archbishop for the Archdiocese of Boston.

The reason why most "Catholic" politicians (from both parties) support abortion, contraception, gay marriage, euthanasia, and embryonic stem cell research because they were never taught properly, which is the responsibility of the diocesan bishop.

The only way that such action can now be taken is public peaceful protesting. The Traditional Latin Mass needs to return to every parish, no exceptions.

It is too bad I am not a candidate for political office this year. I might have to run for something in the future if things don't turn around when I really don't want to.

Six months from now, someone else will be Governor of Massachusetts. The November election will have bearing on whether or not the Commonwealth will exist in 2015, same with the 2016 Presidential Election: Did Our Lady predict correctly at Fatima?

If I were Governor, I would defend the TRUE Roman Catholic Church and her TRUE teachings while in office. I would support laws that require the TLM if the religious organization claims to be "Roman Catholic." I would consider taking Novus Ordo churches by eminent domain and fines as punishment for these fifty years of fraud. 

Monday, July 21, 2014

My new booklet on marrying in the Church legally

I have recently authored a new booklet entitled Who and Where Can Catholics Marry?, which is now available from Blurb Books and It is a simple, durable, $35 heirloom that explains why Catholics are required to marry in the Church, that the Tridentine Mass is to be used, and what canonical impediments can actually prevent you from marrying in the Church. Also explains the legal format of Pre-Cana programs (which are often abused today along with the sacrament itself).

Target audience: Engaged Catholic couples, priests who are currently not performing marriage in the traditional manner, and seminarians.

ISBN 978-1-32-006470-5

Saturday, July 19, 2014

R.I.P. Aunty Florence

This morning my Aunt Florence was buried after several weeks of hospitalization and hospice. She died early Wednesday morning at age 85.

I am really disappointed that the Traditional Requiem Mass was not said for the repose of her soul as her funeral. Even though she was buried out of her home parish, she, like all Catholics in good standing, are entitled to a Requiem Mass after death.

Obviously there were several liturgical abuses, including a blue porcelain chalice. She grew up with the TLM as a convert from my Protestant paternal grandfather (who was married three times) and married with the Traditional Nuptial Mass. Even though she went along with the Vatican II liturgical revolution, she was a solid Catholic nurse who would not even dare to kill a patient or fetus.

In the lobby of this historic church (designed by Patrick Keely's son-in-law Patrick W. Ford), there were several historical photos, including one of a priest celebrating the TLM on the old high altar that no longer exists. The sanctuary area looked like a dump.

Either way, it was not my call to make the funeral arrangements. However, I hope a priest somewhere in the world can say a Requiem Mass for her at a later date.

Requiem aeternam dona ei Domine, et lux perpetua luceat ei.
Requiescat in pace. Amen.

Anima ejus et animae omnium fidelium defunctorum per misericordiam Dei requiescant in pace. Amen.  

Monday, July 7, 2014

Summorum Pontificum's 7th anniversary

Today marks the seventh anniversary of the Papal bull Summorum Pontificum by Benedict XVI, which upheld Quo Primum Tempore of St. Pius V, stating that the Traditional Latin Mass was never banned and cannot be prohibited.

While many places have since established the TLM as their parish liturgies, sadly most places do not. Most of the world's bishops do not say the TLM and do not care about it one bit despite being dutybound to such a task.

Up here in Massachusetts recently, the Springfield and Fall River (Cape Cod &; the Islands) dioceses have newly-appointed bishops due to the retirements of the others. The Archdiocese of Boston has also seen the retirement of Auxiliary Bishop Walter Edeyvean, one of only three Bay State bishops to administer Confirmation according to the 1962 Rituale Romanum (but none have said Pontifical Masses) since this motu proprio. (From at least Cardinal Cushing's death in 1970 to 2007 there were no confirmations in the Traditional manner by resident bishops in Massachusetts.)

Now if Springfield and Fall River have got new bishops, why not Boston? Out of the four dioceses, Boston is clearly the most poorly-run both finances, morals, and sacramentals. With the exception of the few Latin Mass parishes, there is no orthodoxy. There is virtually no Catholic education at any level, the hospitals were sold a few years ago, and heretics are given Holy Communion.

Please pray for a new archbishop who will require the TLM in every parish, and please keep writing to the Pope about the serious problems up here. Please pray for the consecration of Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Additionally for my own personal welfare, please fund me so I can move to a new permanent home near my parish church, as my days in Worcester are numbered. Please pray to Saint Joseph on my behalf. God Bless you all.