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Watch – Critically Key Interview That Gives Perspective To The Whole Traditional Restoration and Counter Revolution Movement – Michael Matt Interviewed LIVE on the Taylor Marshall Show – Via The Remnant Newspaper –

Although two hours long , it is an indispensable watch, as a lot of key components of the role the novus ordo plays in the revolution vs. the critical nature of the Mass of the ages for the survival of Roman Catholicism


Photopost from the Populus Summorum Pontificum Pilgrimage in Rome – On Novus Motus Liturgicus


Traditional Parishes Register Dramatic Growth – Multiple congregations mark double-digit surge since 2018  – On CMTV


Living on earth without the liturgy is like living in hell with the demons | By Peter Kwasniewski On LifeSite


Contemplative Religious: The Heart of the Church and the Measure of Her Health – By Peter Kwasniewski On OnePeterFive


Two Powerful Rules of the Spiritual Life that Never Change – By John Horvat On The American TFP


Vatican updates norms for Anglican ordinariates – On CNA


All Saints and All Souls 2019 Photopost (Part 1) – On Novus Motus Liturgicus


Twenty-Eighth Annual Summer Symposium of the Roman Forum on Lake Garda – On Rorate 

Topics to be Addressed A The History of the Movement A The History of the Movement 1. The Gathering Storm: Deeply Rooted Problems in the Pontificate of Pius XII,  2. The Council & the Birth of the Opposition 3. The Novus ordo missae, Archbishop Lefebvre, & the Foundation of the SSPX 4. The “Mainstream” Opposition: Existing Catholic Organizations, the Press, & New Associations Worldwide5. The Building of a Parallel Parochial & Educational System6. The Wilderness Years 7. Ecclesia Dei, the Fraternity of St. Peter & the Institute of Christ the King 8. A Deepened Knowledge of the Traditional Liturgy 9. The Worldwide Extent of the Movement Today, Clerical and Lay —B. Conceptual Problems and Response to Practical Realities 1.  Why the “Surprise” of the Orthodox in the 1960’s? (Ignorance of theological & liturgical trends, the         

 exaggerated understanding of the power and role of the Papacy, & clericalism)2.  The Americanist-Pluralist Temptation & the Debate over Religious Liberty & the Catholic State 3.  The Appeal & the Dangers of the Traditionalist Catholic Ghetto 4.  Outside Secular Pressures on the “Safe Space”: Perceived & Ignored 5.  Apparitions & their Message: Waiting for the End or Active Re-Evangelization? 6.  Pious Devotion & Evangelization: The Role of the Chartres Pilgrimage 7.  Traditionalist Evangelization & the Pro-Life Movement: Priority to One or Simultaneous Action? 8.  How to Evangelize the Mainstream Catholic World, Clerical and Lay? 9.  The Jansenist & Anti-Intellectual Temptation 10.The Debate over Acceptable Intellectual & Cultural Tools: Thomism, Phenomenology, Biblical Studies,  Patristics, History, the Natural Sciences, the Humanities, & the Role of the Arts in General 11. The Battle Versus Clericalism and Laicism 12. Sedevacantism 13. The Debate Over the “Reconciliation” of the SSPX 14. Outside Friends of the Movement: Real and Perceived 15. Outside Enemies of the Movement: Real and Perceived 16. Dealing with Pope Francis


On Local Tradition

Photos: Tradition Continues As Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree is Cut and En Route to NYC | Untapped New York


Walk in the Footsteps of Walt Whitman on a Tour of Brooklyn | Untapped New York


On Veils and Veiling for Ladies in Church – By Brother Andre Maria On Catholicism.org


The Traditional Catholic Theology and Thinking

Post Mortem On The Events


From The Important Archives

Whither Our Catholic Churches By Father John Perricone  On The Journal Of Catholic Culture and Tradition TLM Magazine

Three characteristics mark Modernist architecture’s Long March into the Gnostic demimonde. First, it must be First, it must be nondidactic  the new art must always appear obscure, ambiguous, and undefined ; eschewing any elements of classic Catholic truths or piety;

Secondly, it had to be nontraditional: it could never be any periods of former Church history, on the unspoken assumption that 1965 was to be the new year of a refashioned Church, Finally and most crucially it must be non-Roman all

art (statues, chalices, vestments) must never convey a formality or splendor of the Church’s self-understanding as the true Church but rather appear indigenous and ardently preliterate. An occasional Byzantine icon would be tolerated only because at least it was non-Roman

On the pdf  link below -> 

Whither Our Catholic Churches Fr J Perricone -TLM 2019 Winter Spring –

Understanding The Theology And The Books Of The Traditional 2000 Year Old Catholicism Prior To The Conciliar Revolution

Local Tradition and Honoring The Dead

Local Tradition and NY City  

The Fight To Keep Sacred Tradition From Being Stolen From Our Families And Homes

November 8 – Four Crowned Martyrs -On  Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites


November 8 – Charlemagne sent him to his enemies -St. Willehad  On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites


In this mural painting in the city hall of Bremen, Charlemagne and St. Willehad flank the Cathedral of Bremen as it appeared c1532