Daily Archives: 16 November 2020

#ASonnetADay – 92. “But do thy worst to steal thyself away…”

#ASonnetADay – 92. “But do thy worst to steal thyself away…” pic.twitter.com/AYh6kVJam8 — Fr. John Zuhlsdorf (@fatherz) November 17, 2020

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Food for thought: “How to Red-Pill a Bishop”

Today at Crisis there is a thoughtful piece by Michael Warren Davis about bishops, both impressive and dreadful. How to Red-Pill a Bishop For those of you who have been living the feral life in depths of the forest for … Continue reading

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LIVE VIDEO – 16 Nov – 1200h CST – Traditional Latin Mass – St. Gertrude, Virgin (& Exorcism)

Daily, I live-stream a Traditional Latin Mass at NOON Central Standard Time (= UTC -5 and ROME 1900h).  (Check out LatinMass.live) Today: St. Gertrude, Virgin Prayers added: For the sick After Mass: Exorcism against Satan and Fallen Angels Please tell … Continue reading

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St. Gertrude and the Purgatory Prayer

Sometimes I get questions about certain practices or prayers.  Someone might find a slip of paper saying, “Pray this and X will happen.”  Some will ask me about prayers that receive X number of days off of Purgatory. There is … Continue reading

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