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High Sung Easter Mass tonight at St Stephen in Kearny, NJ- the ‘second’ TLM at St Stephens since the revolutionary Council details ->

Easter and the Cultural Pagans – Crisis Magazine


Second Notice: Lecture by Roberto de Mattei in Norwalk on April 9 – As Posted On The Society of St. Hugh of Cluny

The Society of St Hugh of Cluny and the parish of St Mary, Norwalk will be sponsoring a lecture by Prof. Roberto de Mattei on Monday, April 9 at the church of St Mary, Norwalk, CT. The title of Prof. de Mattei’s presentation is: Tu es Petrus: True Devotion to the Chair of St. Peter .In this presentation  Prof. de Mattei will discuss  the Papacy as established by Christ, the real “authentic magisterium,” the Pope’s authority, the errors of Papalotry, and what must be our reception and reaction to the present Pontificate. The lecture will follow a festive orchestral Mass in honor of the Feast of the Annunciation. Solemn High Mass for the Feast of the Annunciation: 6:00 PM Lecture by Prof. de Mattei: 7:30 PM A Reception will follow. All are welcome – no charge!



Trump Delivers Heartfelt Easter Message Every Christian Needs To Hear – Western Journal


Easter Season family watches 

Herein posted is the Saint Catherine of Siena movie, in Italian with English subtitles–On gloria.tv


Another Good Easter Season Watch Is The Award Winning Musical

Easter Parade: Staring Judy Garland, Fred Astaire, Peter Lawford, Ann Miller: On Amazon Digital Services


Here Is The Song And Dance Of

Put On Your Easter Bonnet – Judy Garland & Fred Astaire (From Easter Parade Movie) – YouTube 3: Minutes


TIA Easter Greetings 2018



From an Easter homily by an ancient author Christ the source of resurrection and life

Saint Paul rejoices in the knowledge that spiritual health has been restored to the human race. Death entered the world through Adam, he explains, but life has been given back to the world through Christ. Again he says: The first man, being from the earth, is earthly by nature; the second man is from heaven and is heavenly. As we have borne the image of the earthly man, the image of human nature grown old in sin, so let us bear the image of the heavenly man: human nature raised up, redeemed, restored and purified in Christ. We must hold fast to the salvation we have received. Christ was the first fruits, says the Apostle; he is the source of resurrection and life. Those who belong to Christ will follow him. Modeling their lives on his purity, they will be secure in the hope of his resurrection and of enjoying with him the glory promised in heaven. Our Lord himself said so in the gospel: Whoever follows me will not perish, but will pass from death to life.

Thus the passion of our Savior is the salvation of mankind. The reason why he desired to die for us was that he wanted us who believe in him to live for ever. In the fullness of time it was his will to become what we are, so that we might inherit the eternity he promised and live with him for ever.

Here, then, is the grace conferred by these heavenly mysteries, the gift which Easter brings, the most longed for feast of the year; here are the beginnings of creatures newly formed: children born from the life-giving font of holy Church, born anew with the simplicity of little ones, and crying out with the evidence of a clean conscience. Chaste fathers and inviolate mothers accompany this new family, countless in number, born to new life through faith. As they emerge from the grace-giving womb of the font, a blaze of candles burns brightly beneath the tree of faith. The Easter festival brings the grace of holiness from heaven to men. Through the repeated celebration of the sacred mysteries they receive the spiritual nourishment of the sacraments. Fostered at the very heart of holy Church, the fellowship of one community worships the one God, adoring the triple name of his essential holiness, and together with the prophet sings the psalm which belongs to this yearly festival: This is the day the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad. And what is this day? It is the Lord Jesus Christ himself, the author of light, who brings the sunrise and the beginning of life, saying of himself: I am the light of day; whoever walks in daylight does not stumble. That is to say, whoever follows Christ in all things will come by this path to the throne of eternal light.

Such was the prayer Christ made to the Father while he was still on earth: Father, I desire that where I am they also may be, those who have come to believe in me; and that as you are in me and I in you, so they may abide in us.