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Some Of The Remaining Families Of The Catholic Nobility Rebuild The Cathedral Of The Eldest Daughter Surrounded By Infedels
Francois Pinault, whose international luxury group Kering owns Gucci and Saint Laurent, pledged the money directly after the fire has just delivered $109 million to rebuild Notre Dame
His rival, French billionaire Bernard Arnault of luxury goods group LVMH, soon followed suit, pledging $218 million. The Bettencourt Schueller Foundation of the L’Oreal fortune also promised the same amount.
Why Is the Liturgical Establishment Not Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Novus Ordo? – Because Most Educated Catholics Acknowledge That It Is Part Of A Larger Revolution In The Church – On Novus Motus Liturgicus
The Society Of SSPX Issues A Communiqué From the Superior General of the Society about the Synod on the Amazon Calling For A Prayerful Fast Of All Priests – Faithful and Members of their Third Order -FSSPX.News
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
Slavery in Modern Clothing in Orwell’s 1984 – Crisis Magazine
In this excellently written piece the reader can naturally see the ‘Big Brother Of 1984’, ‘The Novus Ordo’ , And Vatican II As Synonymous
Orwell portrays a politically correct social order that robs human beings of dignity, political rights under the law, freedom of thought and religion, a culture of the arts, and the right to marry and found a family. Political correctness is the closing of the human mind to common sense, self-evident truth, moral law, and the wisdom of tradition
To the cult of man who has made himself God, the Church opposes the cult of God-made-man. To the absence of God in the world, the Church opposes His Real Presence on the altar.To the banality and sterility of evil, the Church opposes the wondrous life-giving Cross.To the sacrificial machinery of liberalism, the Church opposes the one liberating Sacrifice of Calvary