We wish to express to you some of the motivations for seeking to have the Latin Mass for our children’s formation in your diocese.
Category: The Crusade of Eucharistic Reparation
Bishop Athanasius Schneider on the Blessed Sacrament
We cannot dispense with bodily signs of reverence and respect, because He is bodily present; the God-man is truly present.
Living Corpus Christi in a Liturgical Desert
I will attend only the TLM or another traditional rite of the Church.
5 Steps to Unite the Clans for the Sacred Heart in June
None of these issues should prevent us from working together in mutual charity for the common good of a moral society.
10 Ways to Restore June to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
It almost feels like God already knew this filth would happen, and already charged June with the liturgical power necessary to soften hardened hearts, and save souls and societies.
Crusader Cross Now Available!
Get your crusader cross now and ask a priest to invest you!
Finding Christ in Present Sufferings Does Not Mean Embracing Abuse, Error, or Deformation
If you are prepared to object to clerical abuse, then I would ask: Is the liturgical abuse of Our Lord and of the faithful not as grave a fault? Might it not be, on the contrary, even more grave, inasmuch …
First Friday Reminder: Join the New Crusade!
This crusade was called by His Excellency, Bishop Athanasius Schneider in June of 2020 in response to the profanations of Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament during the COVID crisis.
15 Ways to Build a Eucharistic Catholic Home
Photo by Allison Girone. Belief in the Eucharist, part II. In part one of this article, I introduced readers to “Fr. John,” a local priest at a Novus Ordo parish and his good efforts to introduce traditional piety to animate …
Trads: Should we Join the USCCB in Prayer for This?
Editor’s note: First Friday reminder to join the Crusade of Eucharistic Reparation. Belief in the Eucharist: Part I Praying for Eucharistic Revival We attended a Novus Ordo Mass this weekend. To our surprise the presiding priest (let’s call him Fr. …