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The Jersey City Area Traditional Rite Community temporarily celebrating liturgies at the gorgeous convent chapel “Our Lady Of The Sign” in the Greenville section of Jersey City this Sunday – See the flyer to come support-> inset below
Holy Innocents NYC Stations of the Cross following 6:00pm traditional Mass with veneration of a 1st class relic of the true cross – See the bulletin for the 3rd week of March for more info->
Rosary Rally in Defense of Traditional Marriage 2019 – This Saturday March 23rd In Conjunction with several thousand other cities – 12 noon – Location = At the intersection of Northfield Avenue and Pleasant Valley Way- in West Orange, NJ
Breakfast at Tiffany’s – Landmark Loew’s Jersey – Jersey City
For those interested in seeing the occasional ‘Classic Movie’ in an historic movie palace restored and run by volunteers there are always decent movies to see at the Landmark Loew’s Jersey – On Journal Square’s Jersey City –(with validated discount parking available behind the theatre ) replete with turn of the century movie palace chandeliers , brass fixtures, the old heavy glass mirrors , and parlor foyers to the ladies and mens room . This place is a traditional architecture historical wonder
One such film to see is – Breakfast at Tiffany’s –At Landmark Loew’s Jersey – Jersey City Saturday March 30th at 6:00pm
For those of us that are part of the counter revolution and active students of the revolution in all its nuances forms This film in a color 1960s NYC is a ground breaking study in how the revolution was just at the cusp of breaking full blast into the culture , this is a good stop on the great adventure
All the movies there begin with Organ playing from the completely restored classic organ and house pipes , along with an introduction to the movie that occasionally has an extra that was in the movie or writers on the original work or adapters of the original play say a few words of introduction – So it’s a tradition to attend early to leave time to walk around the lobby and the labyrinth of the restored mezzanine area overlooking the lobby and the entrances , similar to a Radio City vista.
Romantic Love (Part 2) – By David Lane –On Tradition Restored
The second post of Chapter VI of Irving Babbitt’s Rousseau and Romanticism, “Romantic Love,” in which Babbitt shows how the romantic lover’s “ever-fleeting” object of desire only turns out in the end to be the lover himself in disguise.
Virtues & Traditions of a Healthy Family by Msgr. Henri Delassus
According to the designs of Divine Providence, progress must develop and grow with age, and thus it is necessary that the human family not be wiped out in each generation. The family bonds must subsist between those who have already passed away and those who are living, weaving together all the descendents of a vigorous dynasty.
Rome’s Most Popular Church: Warning Notice About Reception of Communion – The Eponymous Flower
The Franciscans, whether for a concrete or preventive occasion, at the entrances to the church brought a multilingual reference reminding and admonishing the faithful and visitors of the church in Italian, English, French and Spanish:
“At the Holy Mass, only baptized persons who are in the state of grace can receive Eucharistic communion.”
From the preamble to the Introit /Propers of today’s Ferial Mass for the Friday in the 2nd week of Lent
Souls are bought dearly They never come cheaply There is always enough human weakness and malice at hand to blind men to the need of repentance. The same forces oppose, even violently at times , any attempt to change people. Envy is sometimes the reason for the opposition, as in the cases of Saint Joseph and Jesus Christ our Lord. If consistent Christian integrity and a zealous apostolate seem unreasonably difficult , a mediation on the crucifix should recall that the death of the God-man was not considered too high a price to pay for the redemption and winning of souls.
Ps 16:15 But I shall appear before you in justice , I shall be content when your glory shall be made manifest Hear O Lord a just cause ; harken to my supplication
March 22 – The Le Moyne: nobles of North America – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites
Portland Archbishop Alexander Sample preached (January 24) during an Old Latin Mass celebrated at the Panama World Youth Day about the beauty and the universal nature of the Latin Mass (video below).- On gloria tv
Wedding at Cana – By Father Michael – On Regina Magazine
Christ elevated marriage to a sacrament. Through it, husband and wife reverence each other, and sanctify one another. Encourage those who are married outside the Church to come in and have elevated it to the sacrament it is meant to be. Encourage the youth to commit, to be married. It’s countercultural. Truly it’s a sign of contradiction against the rest of the world which rails against commitment and most especially the holiness and sacredness of the family. In promoting and defending the sacrament of marriage we can help strengthen and rebuild Christian society.
Religion and Science. A Pathway to Their Reconciliation
The Realist Guide to Religion and Science by, Wolfgang Koch, PhD.
He is head of a research department the Fraunhofer Society, Professor for Computer Science at Bonn University, Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Distinguished Lecturer, and active in the Board of Governors of the IEEE, Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society and the International Society of Information Fusion.
On John Crowe Ransom’s Newly Discovered Agrarian Classic – Crisis Magazine
While the revolutionary ideologies of fascism and communism live on in infamy, I’ll Take My Stand belongs to the less well-remembered conservative revolt against the social costs of modern capitalism. Like such figures as the “distributists” G.K. Chesterton and Hilaire Belloc, in England, the Catholic Rural Life movement in the Midwest, and many other small institutions of the time, these southerners proffered a renewed “agrarianism” as an antidote to the dislocations of the free market and its tendency to concentrate property in the hands of a few.
The prudent man, in taking an economic risk, will also provide for his and his family’s security and independence. And, finally, an independent spirit and self-sufficient know-how are not antisocial vices, but virtues proper to the good citizen of a republic.
The Bad And The Attacks On The Mass Of The Ages And The Traditional Sacraments
When in Florida: The Priest Who Refused My Wedding – On OnePeterFive
In a whirlwind of ecclesiastical red tape, and the sacrament itself was now being threatened by a Catholic priest, considered in good standing, who did not want to allow a Catholic marriage in a Catholic church. And so it begins , the forced implementation of Protestantism within the people
Charles Dickens was a great literary genius. He had a gift for complicated plots, for colorful characters, and for emotionally evocative storytelling. As a social critic, he also penetrated into the unseemlier side of industrial capitalism, that Protestant beast that grew up in post-Reformation England and turned the merry cities and towns of that nation once known as Mary’s Dowry into appropriate backdrops for Bleak House, Oliver Twist, and Little Dorrit.
St. George Theatre By Tom McDonald, A NYC Transit retiree
St. George Theater in Staten Island, NY.
Constructed in the same era as the Loew’s Wonder Theatres, the St. George Theatre in Staten Island is another classic old hall that has been brought alive through some renovations done by very generous individuals. Located at 35 Hyatt Street, a short walk from the ferry terminal, the St. George Theatre was once considered the most magnificent theatre in the borough. Since its revival in the early 21st century, it may well be again.
Solomon Brill of the Isle Theatrical Company was an independent owner of 15 theatres in the New York City area at a time when most movie houses were built by Hollywood studios. He began construction in 1928 and the St. George opened its doors on December 4, 1929 as a movie and vaudeville house, where one could see a flick and catch a live performance in the same sitting. This two-tiered entertainment was abandoned in 1934, but revived during the 1940s to help sell war bonds. After World War II, it remained a movie palace until 1977, under the stewardship of the Fabian Theater chain, which had acquired the St. George in 1938.
Subsequent owners used the venue for a roller rink, an antique showroom, and a night club, all unsuccessful ventures. In the mid-1990s, it briefly opened as a performing arts center, but closed down quickly. The St. George Theatre remained dark until 2003, when the film “School of Rock” used it for its final scene.
In 2004, Mrs. Rosemary Cappozalo and her daughters, Luanne Sorrentino and Doreen Cugno, started a not-for-profit organization to save this historic theatre from being torn down with Cappozalo donating over a million dollars for a renovation of the site. Since re-opening in June of 2004, over 800 events have been held there, with performers like Tony Bennett, Jerry Seinfeld, Whoopi Goldberg, and Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo among the headliners.
Today, the St. George Theatre seats 1,800 people. It is a fine place to see a show of any kind, with the distinctive look of the old, classic movie palaces of the 1930s, including murals on the walls in the lobby, winding staircases to the mezzanine, and stained-glass chandeliers. The updated sound system is another attractive reason to drop by to see a show at this wonderful venue.
The 1 train to South Ferry, the 4 and 5 to Bowling Green and the R and W to Whitehall Street/South Ferry all leave you by the Manhattan entrance to the Staten Island Ferry. Upon arrival at the St. George Ferry Terminal in Staten Island, the St. George Theatre is two blocks away, at 35 Hyatt Street.
The Top 10 Secrets of the Landmark Loew’s Jersey Theatre | Untapped Cities
A social evening in 1909 at the restaurant Le Pré Catalan Henri_Alexandre_Gervex_-_Une_soirée_au_Pré_Catelan_-_1909
From the book of the prophet Isaiah 27:1-13 The Lord cares for his vineyard once again
On that day, The Lord will punish with his sword that is cruel, great, and strong, Leviathan the fleeing serpent, Leviathan the coiled serpent; and he will slay the dragon that is in the sea.
On that day – The pleasant vineyard, sing about it! I, the Lord, am its keeper, I water it every moment; Lest anyone harm it, night and day I guard it.
I am not angry, but if I were to find briers and thorns, In battle I should march against them; I should burn them all. Expunging and expelling, I should strive against them, carrying them off with my cruel wind in time of storm.
In days to come Jacob shall take root, Israel shall sprout and blossom, covering all the world with fruit. Is he to be smitten as his smiter was smitten? or slain as his slayer was slain?
Or shall he cling to me for refuge? He must make peace with me; peace shall he make with me!
This, then, shall be the expiation of Jacob’s guilt, this the whole fruit of the removal of his sin: He shall pulverize all the stones of the altars like pieces of chalk; no sacred poles or incense altars shall stand. For the fortified city shall be desolate, an abandoned pasture, a forsaken wilderness, where calves shall browse and lie.
Its boughs shall be destroyed, its branches shall wither and be broken off, and women shall come to build a fire with them. This is not an understanding people; therefore their maker shall not spare them, nor shall he who formed them have mercy on them.
On that day, The Lord shall beat out the grainb between the Euphrates and the Wadi of Egypt, and you shall be gleaned one by one, O sons of Israel.
On that day, A great trumpet shall blow, and the lost in the land of Assyria and the outcasts in the land of Egypt Shall come and worship the Lord on the holy mountain, in Jerusalem.
From a spiritual Canticle by Saint John of the Cross, priest
Though holy doctors have uncovered many mysteries and wonders, and devout souls have understood them in this earthly condition of ours, yet the greater part still remains to be unfolded by them, and even to be understood by them.
We must then dig deeply in Christ. He is like a rich mine with many pockets containing treasures: however deep we dig we will never find their end or their limit. Indeed, in every pocket new seams of fresh riches are discovered on all sides.
For this reason the apostle Paul said of Christ: In him are hidden all the treasures of the wisdom and knowledge of God. The soul cannot enter into these treasures, nor attain them, unless it first crosses into and enters the thicket of suffering, enduring interior and exterior labors, and unless it first receives from God very many blessings in the intellect and in the senses, and has undergone long spiritual training.
All these are lesser things, disposing the soul for the lofty sanctuary of the knowledge of the mysteries of Christ: this is the highest wisdom attainable in this life.
Would that men might come at last to see that it is quite impossible to reach the thicket of the riches and wisdom of God except by first entering the thicket of much suffering, in such a way that the soul finds there its consolation and desire. The soul that longs for divine wisdom chooses first, and in truth, to enter the thicket of the cross.
Saint Paul therefore urges the Ephesians not to grow weary in the midst of tribulations, but to be rooted and grounded in love, so that they may know with all the saints the breadth, the length, the height and the depth—to know what is beyond knowledge, the love of Christ, so as to be filled with all the fullness of God. The gate that gives entry into these riches of his wisdom is the cross; because it is a narrow gate, while many seek the joys that can be gained through it, it is given to few to desire to pass through it.
For tomorrow Saturday October 21st 2017 Reformation Into Revolution Conference 10-21-17 Sleepy Hollow NY 2:00pm to 6:00pm @St. John Paul II Maronite Catholic Church at Immaculate Conception 199 N. Broadway Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591
Christopher Ferrara Esq – President of the American Catholic Lawyers Association
John Rao – Professor Of History @ Saint Johns University , NY
Father Richard Munkelt PhD Priest In Residence At ICKP Oratory @ Saint Anthony Of Padua , West Orange, NJ
Also for tomorrow Saturday October 21st –The Holy Innocents Church and stewards of the Shrine for the Unborn, invite you to join in prayer at Planned Parenthood on October 21 from all or part of 8:00am to 8:00pm One can sign up for atime slot in the Parish Office or email James Hackett at email@example.com. If you have plans, remember the unborn have plans also, to be born, and that might not happen without your prayers. Actions are love only with sacrifice! «What you did for the least of these, you did it for me» While praying there you will be going toe to toe with evil; let’s kick evil out of our back yard!
Sunday October 22nd The Society For The Propagation of The Faith will have a Missa Cantata (Traditional Sung Mass ) @ 10:30am At The Pontifical Shrine Of Our Lady Of Mount Carmel NYC – See flyer for details —>
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24 – FEAST OF ST. RAPHAEL – The Shrine & Parish Church of the Holy Innocents welcomes The Schola Cantorum of The London Oratory School on their USA TOUR 2017. They will sing at the Traditional Latin High Mass at 6PM on TUESDAY 24 OCTOBER, the Feast of St. Raphael the Archangel. Following this Mass , and or on this day traditionally begins the nine day Novena to the Holy Souls in Purgatory
A most amazing Sung Requiem Mass for All Souls Day At Holy Innocents NYC Nov. 2nd 2017 @ 6:00pm – Reparation for deceased loved ones and family members – A Mass and a place where conversions have occurred
Also on Nov 2nd All Souls Day for those that make the earlier Mass for Purgatorial souls ‘The Sacred Music in a Sacred Space Series” – Mozart Requiem Concert at the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola 980 Park Ave at 84th St., NYC– @8:00pm
Tickets on the link embedded or here —> https://www.showclix.com/event/durufle-requiem#choir
If you attend Handel’s Messiah leading up to Christmas all you will remember through your Christmas break is a wall of hundreds of Professional voices hitting the note on the “”King of Kings – the Lord Of Lords”” ! highly recommended
For discounted tickets without service charges and taxes please contact Yoli from the W. Orange Oratory at (862) 213-6001
On 31 January 2008, a Church tribunal, after a 16-month investigation, formally recognized a second miracle attributed to Charles I (required for his canonization as a saint in the Catholic Church); in an uncommon twist, the Florida woman claiming the miracle cure was not Catholic, but Baptist. However, due to her experiences, she converted to Catholicism soon thereafter.
Excellent notes from his Memorial, Blessed Karl, Emperor of Austria (April 1st) prior to beatification – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites
Our Pope Francis I has stated “A global government could be the solution to environmental problems of “man made climate change ” !
—-Today begins the nine day Novena toward the traditional Kingship of Christ
We recommend we dedicate it to prayers for our Pope with at least 3 of the 9 days with one meal fast In the traditional way Novenas accompany the prayer with nine Hail Marys unless the text book of the Raccolata (indulgenced prayers – reparations and novenas ) says otherwise
Pius IX Novena Prayer to Christ the King
” O Lord Jesus Christ , I acknowledge Thee King of the Universe . All that has been created has been made for Thee . Exercise upon me all Thy rights . I renew my baptismal promises , renouncing Satan and all his works and promps. I promise to live a good Christian life and to do all in my power to procure the triumph of the rights of God and thy Church. Divine Heart of Jesus , I offer thee my poor actions in order to obtain that all hearts may acknowledge Thy sacred Royalty and that thus the Reign of Thy peace may be established through the universe For (Isaiah33:22) The Lord is our Judge , The Lord is our lawgiver, The Lord is our King”
Please cut and paste it into your smart phone’s notes and pray it once a day for our Pope for nine days