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Pentecost season begins , all week this week are High Masses for the Octaves of Pentecost all over the country as the new Rite returns to “ordinary time” which many are still trying to figure out what that is . But at midnight last night the novus ordo became prohibited of offering any further celebrations or sacrifices for Pentecost. The ember days of fasting are almost upon us Ember Wednesday  Friday and Saturday

Pentecost to this day is the feast with the most attempted reinterpretations in the Church  – It is in all actuality the new covenant’s takeover of the Jewish Feast of Weeks- the first fruits of the wheat harvest , Whitsunday , seven weeks after the main Passover Sacrifice (Easter) The readings of the book of Exodus and the coming into understanding of the triune nature of God and the third person of the Godhead who has come to teach the world of the count down to the coming judgement of each person of mankind

This is the real Pentecost and the power of learning the Truth and the power of adopting the unchanging Truth as one’s own as an extension of the covenant via traditional families and the passing of perseverance and salvation

The “curse” of Pentecost Understood In The Proper Catholic Context – On Rorate

If St. Peter’s Pentecost sermon effectively flips the hour-glass, so that the count-down begins and ultimately culminates in the literal/historical fulfillment of Jesus’ words in Matthew 24, so also does the Feast of Pentecost which we celebrate on “Whitsunday” begin a kind of count-down towards the end of the liturgical year, symbolizing the end of our lives and the end of time. The aspect of impending judgment is no less present in our Pentecost celebration than it was at the First Pentecost.


A Short Section Of The Vigil of Pentecost, Second Prophecy – On YouTube

The Second Prophecy of the Vigil of Pentecost: Exodus 14, 24 – 15 , 1; the Tract ‘Cantemus Domini’, Ex. 15, 1-2; Prayer ‘Deus, qui primis temporibus’; Santissima Trinità dei Pellegrini, Rome


The Feast of Pentecost – On The Fatima Center


Then we have the very closely related elements of the revolution and its relationship to the coming to life of the resistance and restoration movement

  • Sermon From St Paul Minn SHEEP REJECTED BY SHEPHERDS: The Price of Fidelity – YouTube    In this week’s Sunday Sermon from South Saint Paul, Father speaks of Christians–now and in apostolic times–preparing to be without Christ for a time. Alone but not abandoned, Catholics today face the same threat of persecution from their corrupt Church leadership as Jews faced 2000 years ago from the pharisees. How do we prepare for a time when fidelity to Christ means falling from favor in an increasingly faithless human element of Christ’s Church?

To Steal A Line From The Matrix Movie “ The Resistance Movement Is Real “

Many do not realize that the revolution in the Church is at this point a raging fire

See Flyer below or pdf on the link



Answers to the attacks of modernism from outside the Church turned to progressivism within the Church and our duties as faithful Catholics to resist and remain loyal to the eternal magisterium of the Church

  • The Oldest Religion – On Crisis Magazine Understanding Modernism Turned Progressivism

Revolt in heaven, sin and death entering the world, Israel being taken into captivity, heresy in the early Church. Reliance on the god within is the oldest religion. (modernism)


  • Love for the Papacy and Filial Resistance to the Pope in the History of the Church – By Roberto de Mattei On Angelico Press See The Review By Father Richard Munkelt


  • Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira: Prophet of the Reign of Mary: By Roberto De Mattei: On Amazon Books-   The Roman Catholic Church’s Battle  Against Modernism From Without Turned Progressivism Within The Church
  • In the year after the death of Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira on October 3, 1995, Roberto de Mattei wrote a biography of the Brazilian Catholic leader, to which he appropriately gave the title The Crusader of the 20th Century. As a biographical work, it was followed in 2010 by a specifically historical work, destined to extend Prof. de Mattei’s influence throughout the Catholic world as a prominent Catholic historian, and to provide historical perspective for the life of Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira. That second work, relating to the history of the Church in our time, was The Second Vatican Council: An Unwritten Story, an account of the Council that included references to the role of Prof. Corrêa de Oliveira, who had worked during the first session of the Council assisting the bishops who formed the International Group of Fathers, the Coetus Internationalis Patrum. The present work represents the third in this series of books in which the author has described the influence and role of the man addressed by friends and collaborators as Dr. Plinio. It is therefore part of a trilogy of exhaustive research, bringing to light the crisis that the Church has confronted in modern times by emphasizing the historical roles of important figures who have led her defense. Prominent among them was the subject of the present work. Beginning in Part I with an analysis of “The Philosophical School,” Prof. De Mattei shows Dr. Plinio not only as a faithful disciple of St. Thomas Aquinas, but also as one who uniquely applied St. Thomas’s principles to the crisis confronting the Church in our time. Those principles are rooted in a realism that opposes the modern ideologies, in the hierarchical order of creation that constitutes its sacrality, and which is therefore the opposite of the egalitarian anti-metaphysics characterizing the Revolution against Christian Civilization. Part II of this study analyzes the spirituality that is the foundation of Dr. Corrêa de Oliveira’s life and work
  • https://www.amazon.com/Plinio-Corr%C3%AAa-Oliveira-Prophet-Reign/dp/B07R6C42NV


June 10 – Most Sublime Figure of Portuguese Literature -Luis Vaz de Camões On  Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites


June 10 – Anti-pagan Renaissance Saint – Bl. Giovanni Dominici -On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites


Bl. Giovanni Dominici