The New Evangelization…

…means the Old Mass.

In the near future, I will be introducing my family to the Latin Mass.

I see it as the future for the Catholic Church.  If you’ve got kids, it’s best that you prepare them now.

When they’re 40, it will be a different ball game.

The biological solution is going to put an end to a lot of the problems we are facing now…so there’s hope in death.

Because after death comes resurrection.

Funny how that works, isn’t it?  There’s only one body that can die and be resurrected.  Every other player in history has come and gone. The Catholic Church alone, because of Her Founder, is the only one who rises again.

I once told a young man in a discussion:  “On your last breath of this earth, the Catholic Church will still be here with the same substantial teaching. Remember what I’ve said and think about it.”

You are Rock.  And the gates of Hell will not prevail against it.

4 thoughts on “The New Evangelization…

  1. Wow and good for you. I would give anything if we had access to the EF Mass in this area. Alas, it was available in a local monastery for a time and then mysteriously stopped.

    I started to learn my basic prayers in Latin long ago. I love it.

  2. I love the Latin Mass.

    When I came back to my Faith, after roaming for so many years, I use to go to St. Clement’s on Mann Ave. at 7:00 or was it 7:30a.m. in the morning.

    I was so Blessed to meet a nun on the bus returning
    from a visit with my sister who lives in Toronto, who heard me talking about God and Jesus and enthusistically joined in the conversation and soon it was just her and I sharing exitedly about Padre Pio, and how it had been her dream to meet him and how she had ended up being a part of the funeral Mass for him after he passed into Jesus’ arms.
    She invited me to come to St. Clement’s, and I began to make it part of my day, beautiful way to begin the day. Profound silence and reverance. Just thinking about it is beautiful. I have since been to the new location on Friday night when they have a Mass in the evening at 7:30p.m. and it is now held in the old St. Anne’s Church off St. Patrick.
    Again…Another way toi close the evening on Friday night in beauty.

    Thank You Lord
    Special prayers for those in most need and to thank Our Blessed Mother Mary for all She Is In Jesus, and to thank God for our Blessed Virgin and Mother in Heaven, Our Lady… on The Feast of Her Assumption.
    Another special prayer for the Wood family and their witness as well as, rememberances of their daughter Ardeth, and her witness of her love of Jesus and What He Did …and which is still is the key to everything…Forgiveness.

  3. …biology, otherwise understood as demographics, will not help the TLM, because the number of those who attend the TLM is miniscule compared to the Mass-attending Catholics who are too uninformed to even know the difference between the TLM and the NO. TLM attendees are a drop in the bucket so to speak.

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