Saint Anne – Hoboken, NJ 2017 Closing Ceremony Of The 107th Annual Procession – As Covered By TCE


Photopost – The Feast of St Anne in Provence France As Covered By Novus Motus Liturgicus

Saint Anne and July 26th is one of the pillars of tradition, family, and property, from the generations long since past unto the future generations. The intercessory ancestry of the Son Of God from which our salvation comes reminds us of “the charism of confidence” that is brought to our Faith life


Photopost Of The 6th Annual Traditional Mass Pilgrimage At Mt. Carmel


Previous Photoposts On Traditional Catholics Emerge Can Be Found Here

Photoposts Continued – Summorum Pontificum Commemorations – Liturgy – Books & Catholic Culture Restoration In Focus |


The Enduring Catholic Wedding Practices that Modernity Could Not Change – On Return To Order


Summorum Pontificum and the Growth of Religious Life, by Fr Stefano M. Manelli, Franciscans Of The Immaculata  (Part 1) On Novus Motus Liturgicus

Summorum Pontificum and the Growth of Religious Life, by Fr Stefano M. Manelli, Franciscans Of The Immaculata  (Part 2) On Novus Motus Liturgicus


Archbishop Chaput: ‘The future belongs to people with children, not with things’ | News | LifeSite


Trump’s Cabinet Has Begun A Weekly Bible Class For The Sake Of Families

CHRISTIAN AWAKENING IN AMERICA: White House Weekly Bible Studies Makes 100 Year History – YouTube

The Remnant Newspaper’s Michael Matt points out
1) As the Catholic Church engages in full retreat from political life, based on ecumenical sensitivity that borders on self-loathing, why is it that our Protestant counterparts are publicly embracing Christ in political life more boldly all the time? Why is it okay for Protestant movers and shakers inside the Beltway to talk about Christ (even outdoors, where somebody might overhear them!) and yet when Pope Francis went to D.C. to address a Joint Session of Congress he never mentioned Christ’s Name once, not even in passing?


Why Devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary Is so Crucial for Our Days – TFP


From The Traditional Catholic Files Of Book Recommendations

Courtesy Calls Again (The Family Collection): Judith Fife Mead & Marian Therese Horvat –  On Amazon

Noble Beauty, Transcendent Holiness: Why the Modern Age Needs the Mass of Ages – On Novus Motus Liturgicus

From Cardinal Sarah, a Humble Lesson on Style -Review By Sandro Magister On Settimo Cielo  L’Espresso

An Explanation Of The Baltimore Catechism of Christian Doctrine: For The Use of Sunday-School Teachers and Advanced Classes Also known as Baltimore Catechism No. 4: Rev Thomas L Kinkead, Brother Hermenegild: On Amazon Books

The Text Book Of The Preconciliar Practices Of “Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites”


Sacred Tradition

Our Lady, Queen of the Angels – August 2 – On TIA

Feast of Our Lady, Queen of Angels and The Portiuncula Indulgence

From midnight August 1st to midnight August 2nd one gain the “Portinuncula” Indulgence.

Catholic Encyclopedia

St. Francis, as you know, repaired three chapels. The third was popularly called the Portiuncula or the Little Portion, dedicated to St. Mary of the Angels. It is now enclosed in a sanctuary at Assisi.The friars came to live at the Little Portion in early 1211. It became the “motherhouse” of the Franciscans. This is where St. Clare came to the friars to make her vows during the night following Palm Sunday in 1212 and where Sister Death came to Francis on 3 October 1226.Because of the favors from God obtained at the Portiuncula, St. Francis requested the Pope to grant remission of sins to all who came there. The privilege extends beyond the Portiuncula to others churches, especially held by Franciscans, throughout the world.

A plenary indulgence is a mighty tool for works of mercy and weapon in our ongoing spiritual warfare. A plenary indulgence is the remission, through the merits of Christ and the saints, through the Church, of all temporal punishment due to sin already forgiven. To obtain the Portiuncula plenary indulgence, a person must visit the Chapel of Our Lady of the Angels at Assisi, or a Franciscan sanctuary, or one’s parish church, with the intention of honoring Our Lady of the Angels. Then perform the work of reciting the Creed and Our Father and pray for the Pope’s designated intentions. You should be free, at least intentionally, of attachment to venial and mortal sin, and truly repentant. Make your sacramental confession 8 days before or after. Participate at assist at Mass and receive Holy Communion 8 days before or after.


Culture  Section And Living Section 


The Montfort Academy And Why Classical Education? – YouTube

The Players Club – NYC

Untapped Cities’ Insider Tour of the Members Only Players Club | Untapped Cities


When Literature and Film Partner: Graham Greene’s The Third Man at 65 – Crisis Magazine


Moral And Ethical Catholic Investing – Through Ave Maria Mutual Funds

Fund Family Profile: Ave Maria