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Pentecost 2018 Photopost (Part 1) Mater Ecclesiae Berlin NJ – Pontifical Shrine Of OLMC NYC And More – On Novus Motus Liturgicus


Pentecost 2018 Photopost (Part 2) – On Novus Motus Liturgicus


Pentecost 2018 Photopost (Part 3) – ICKP , Saint Agnes NY, Holy Innocents NY Confirmations And More –  On Novus Motus Liturgicus


ICKP Superior General Msgr. Wach Visits Sts. Cyril and Methodius Church – On  The Society of St. Hugh of Cluny


In the Heart of the Church, a New Carmel and Center of Traditional Liturgy- On Rorate

This Carmel of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph in Fairfield is being built according to the traditional style of an original 16th Century Spanish monastery, not merely for its aesthetic value, but for the quality and integrity of religious observance that is fostered by the beauty and simplicity of traditional monastic architecture.


Photo Post Cathedral Mass


Journey (And Photopost) To Where the Faith Is Dying – On Regina Magazine


Pontifical High Mass video exceeds 26K views – On Rorate


The Classical Tradition in Poetry, Chapter 5 (Conclusion) – Tradition Restored


In memoriam: Dario Cardinal Castrillón Hoyos (1929-2018)Throwback post: “All the parishes” should have the Traditional Latin Mass! – Rorate Caeli


Cardinal Castrillón Hoyos, advocate of the Traditional Mass, dies aged 88 | CatholicHerald.co.uk


Radicati Editorial: “Thank God We Did Not Obey Those Forcing the New Mass Upon Us” On RORATE CÆLI


The Last Stand of the Swiss Guard – By Evan Wing On Regina Magazine 

May 6, 1527: Lutheran mercenaries of the Holy Roman Empire, having mutinied against their Emperor and pillaged their way across much of northern Italy, arrive at the city of Rome.

At the time, the city had almost no defenses; the ancient walls were in disrepair, and Pope Clement VII’s call to arms was answered by only 500 men of the city. Ill-equipped and barely trained, these irregulars were quickly swept aside by the tens of thousands of troops entering the Eternal City. The invaders cut a path right to Saint Peter’s Basilica, where they suddenly were stopped by a wall of glistening pikes.

The Pontifical Swiss Guard had been called out. Of the 189 Swiss Guards, a detachment of 42 guardsmen was at that very moment escorting the Pope to the safety of Castel Sant’Angelo along a secret underground passageway. The remainder, under Captain Kaspar Röist, made their stand near the Teutonic College next to the Basilica – less than 150 Swiss against 20,000 Germans and Spaniards.


Regionalism, Tradition and Good Taste – Prof. Plinio Correa de Oliveria – On Return to Order


How to Be A Living Sign of Beauty in the Desert of Secular Culture – On Novus Motus Liturgicus


Small “t” tradition section

Did You Know? The Reason Why Chief Sitting Bull Wore a Crucifix | uCatholic


The Miracle Of The Doves of Bombarral by Margaret Galitzin


Scottish Betrayals And David Beaton

May 29 – Assassinated in the castle of St. Andrews – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites


May 30 – The King who feared more the curse of one poor woman than a whole army of Saracens

Most Valiant King Saint Ferdinand III Of Castile  – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites



Tradition is for the young

‘As an army arrayed in battle gear’

Tradition At St Gianna Beretta Molla – Northfield, New Jersey

Pontifical Pentecost Mass At Santissima Trinità dei Pellegrini – Rome, Italy (FSSP) 2018