Warning: Use of undefined constant wp_69362446_ - assumed 'wp_69362446_' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /home/tradit57/public_html/wp-config.php on line 68 Traditional Catholic Events | Traditional Catholics Emerge
Two Sister Lucys of Fatima? Sister Lucia of Fatima – On TIA
The one that predicted the beginnings of a masonic infiltration and the beginnings of a revolution through a Vatican Council in the 3rd Secret had to be suppressed and replaced by Conciliar Catholic Lucy
Traditional Solemn High Mass in Newark OLMC Iron bound section Tuesday 07/16 @ 7:00pmwith Msgr Ambrosio including other Novena , Procession, Feast activities and other Masses flyer ~attached~
And the classic 07/15 Vigil (This year on a Monday) at the Pontifical Shrine of OL of Mount Carmel in Manhattan , that follows traditional Mass at 530pm – Sung Vespers Of The Little Office of The Blessed Virgin Mary that proceeds to outdoor procession (The traditional Vigil Mass is at 5:30pm and the actual Feast day Mass is at midnight flyer ~attached~
Of course there is also
High Mass Of Our Lady of Mount Carmel at 6pm at Holy Innocents NYC– Tuesday 07/16 @ 6:00pm with Father James Miarra
Our Lady of Fatima Chapel, Pequannock, NJ. Missa Cantata on July 16th, 7:00 pm
St. Dominic Church, Brick, NJ, Missa Cantata on July 16th, 7:00 pm
And fireworks at OLMC Jersey City on Tuesday 07/16 at dark following their annual novus ordo Feast Mass ( which continues to change horrendously every year )
When our Lady of Fatima appeared as Our Lady of Mount Carmel it will never be forgotten and for this we will always wear the Scapular
Also we believe the Eclesia Dei Chapels and the SSPX Chapels are all low Masses this year for this Feast
Come Join Us For The Walking Pilgrimage To Czestochowa –
Traditional Lenten Friday Mass Followed By Stations Of The Cross At Holy Innocents NYC Beginning at 6:00pm -followed by Outdoor candlelit Procession to Herald Square for persecuted Christians – See flyer for more details ->
Or See The HI Bulletin For the week and or specific address/direction info – On the link ->
ICKP Lenten Day of Recollection for Young Adults in Missouri – On Novus Motus Liturgisucs
Sursum Corda is a nationwide initiative of the Institute of Christ the King which aims to foster the spiritual lives of young adults. Tomorrow, March 30, it will offer a Lenten day of recollection for Catholic young adults (18-35), at the church of St Brendan, located at 615 S Washington St in Mexico, Missouri.
First Saturday High Mass In Reparation To The Immaculate Heart Of Mary – In Raritan, NJ At The Shrine Of The Most Blessed Sacrament @ 11am- Seek Flyer for more details
Catholic Underground New York – 1st Saturday Vespers And Adoration – April 6th At 7:00pm @ OL of Good Counsel NYC – Convivium and Entertainment Hour In The Underground Space To Follow The Hillbilly Thomists – Dominican Friars = ending with N.O. Compline – links below
Catholic Artists Society Of NY On April 13th presents a talk by Fr. Robert Imbelli –At The Catholic Center At NYU The Catholic Artist as Custodian of Real Presence – On CAS – An Association of Artists and Media Professionals
Count St. Nuno Álvares Pereira, Constable of Portugal
From the Propers of Traditional Mass For Friday after the 3rd Sunday of Lent
Introit Psalm 85
Show me, O Lord, a token for good: that they who hate me may see, and be confounded because Thou, O Lord,have helped me and consoled me. (Ps 85: 1) Incline Thy ear, O Lord, and hear me: for I am needy and poor. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son,and to the Holy Spirit, as it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end. Amen. Show me, O Lord, a token for good: that they who hate me may see, and be confounded because Thou, O Lord, have helped me and consoled m
Accompany our fasts, we beseech Thee, O Lord, with thy benignant favor, that as in the body we abstain from nourishment, so in the spirit we may fast from vice. Through our Lord Jesus Christ, Thy Son, Who lives and reigns with Thee in the unity of the Holy Spirit, God, forever and ever
Lord, repay us not according to the sins we have committed, nor according to our iniquities.
The Holy Innocents, Martyrs
— The Massacre of the Innocents (c.1585) by Jacopo Tintoretto (1518-1594), Scuola Grande di San Rocco, Venice.
The Holy Innocents are the children who were slaughtered at the orders of King Herod, in the hope that by killing every boy born in Bethlehem at the same time as Jesus, he would succeed in killing the new-born King of the Jews.
There was nothing about those baby boys that made them deserve death. Look at any one of them, and you can see that he had no chance to do anything, or be anyone, or become anyone. He had done nothing. He had done nothing bad, he had done nothing good. He was born, and then he died, and that was all there was to him. So passive are these babies that some people find it hard to understand how they can share the title of “martyr” with people like St Stephen (the day before yesterday), who insisted on preaching the truth until his hearers stoned him for it, or St Thomas Becket (tomorrow), who insisted on living the truth until his king had him killed because of it. These children did not insist on anything except their mothers’ milk; and unlike Stephen and Thomas, there was no voluntary act of theirs that we can see as making the difference between being martyred and not being martyred.
So in our rational human terms these children are a puzzle, and that is one reason why God has inspired the Church to celebrate this very feast – to show us how inadequate our seemingly rational, worldly-wise thoughts are. As he reminds us again and again throughout salvation history, his thoughts are not our thoughts. Babies may not rank high on the scale as far as our human calculus is concerned; but then neither do sparrows, and yet God has told us that God sees and counts every one of those.
The Holy Innocents can stand, therefore, for the “unimportant” and “unnecessary” pawns, child and adult alike, that permeate the whole of human history, the ones who can be sacrificed for some greater cause because they “don’t really matter”; the eggs that were broken to make an omelette… or even broken to make nothing at all. There are plenty of them, one way or another. The feast of the Holy Innocents reminds us that in God’s eyes (that is, according to the true value of things), no-one is unimportant, no-one is unnecessary, no-one “doesn’t really matter.” However meaningless their lives and deaths may seem to us, they shine glorious in heaven.
On a more personal level, the honour given to the Holy Innocents reminds us that if we suffer or even die for God’s sake, it has value even if we have little or no say in it ourselves. Honouring them effectively honours also the martyrdom of the people these children could have become, and their children’s children as well; and at the same time we can remember the contemporary and continuing massacre of those who die before birth for the convenience of those who have them killed.
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
Prolife Event Screening Of The Gosnell Movie (Rated PG) at ICKP St. Anthony of Padua Oratory in West Orange –Church Hall following the 11am High Mass – Separate area children’s movie who wish their children not to view this one yet
Flyer inset below ->
Thursday, March 14, 2019, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
The Annual Irish Heritage Concert | St. Patrick’s Cathedral | NYC
Ember Saturday In Lent – High Sung Mass At Holy Name of Jesus Church in Brooklyn
Flyer below ->
Sunday, March 17
The annual Tavola di San Giuseppe – St. Joseph’s Table – Italian Tradition starting at 9:00 am St. Anthony of Padua Oratory in West Orange will host the Volunteers from the parish will prepare and serve Italian food using recipes traditional to this feast.
Open invitation to all
Tuesday March 19th –
High Sung Mass For The Feast Of Saint Joseph Patron Of The Church At Our Lady of Mount Carmel Newark At 7:00pm – Msgr Joseph Ambrosio Rector- Flyer below ->
Saturday March 23rd –
Rosary Rally for Traditional Marriage at 12:01pm at the intersection of Pleasant Valley Way and Northfield Avenue, West Orange as sponsored by America Needs Fatima , one of over 10,000 locations simultaneously praying for the upholding of Sacred Tradition (Free parking at adjacent Mcloon’s Boat House)
This evening June 28th there will be a double 1st class high Mass for Saint Peter and Paul At The Shrine & Parish Church of the Holy Innocents, NY At 6:00pm With Outdoor Procession To Follow
See Flyer For More Details ->
Saturday, June 30 at 1:00pm The Confraternity Of OL Of Prompt Succor – Mass for the Commemoration of Saint Paul the Apostle at the Shrine & Parish Church of the Holy Innocents, NY
See Flyer For More Details ->
Concert in Honor of Our Lady – Saturday, June 30 at 5pm
Shrine & Parish Church of the Holy Innocents, NY
Vox in Rama, Holy Innocents’ volunteer choir, will present a concert of sacred music in honor of Our Blessed Lady. The music will consist of hymns in chant and choral settings by Josquin des Prez, W. A. Mozart, Pierre Villete, Igor Stravinsky, Edvard Grieg, Ola Gjeilo, Michel Lebat, & Hildegard von Bingen.
See Flyer For More Details ->
Sunday July 1st 2018 Feast Of The Most Precious Blood -Solemn High Traditional Latin Mass At 500pm At The Shrine Church Most Precious Blood Little Italy – NYC
See Flyer For More Details ->
See Flyer For More Details ->
Sermon of the Right Reverend Dom Jean Pateau – Abbot of Our Lady of Fontgombault -June 29, 2018 – On Rorate
First developed in 1981, it opened to the public in 2005, and has become an important space for the community, as the gardens often plays host to neighborhood art exhibitions, small festivals, and yoga and exercise classes.
THE CATHOLIC RESTORATION: Chartres Pilgrimage 2018 – On YouTube
Tired of apologizing for being Catholic? Sick of every other religion in the world being praised while yours is condemned?
Weary of hearing about the rights of man, with no thought given to the rights of God and His Church?
Done with CINOs (Catholics In Name Only)? Here’s the answer. On Pentecost weekend in France, nearly 20,000 Catholics from all over the world–of every race and color, men and women, old and young–came together to worship God, to honor Our Lady and to send a message to the world: the anti-Catholic revolution has failed!
We’re back, we’re here to stay and we’re not apologizing for being proud Catholic soldiers of Jesus Christ. The Catholic counterrevolution is in full swing, and it’s a youth movement. All for the greater honor and glory of Almighty God. Viva Cristo Rey! Vive le Christ Roi! Long live Christ the King! (For full coverage of The Remnant’s 27th Pilgrimage to Chartres, click HERE)
It takes an enormous effort to try and change a Church that is two thousand years old. It’s comparable to turning around an aircraft carrier. It takes some time, but once the course is changed and there’s a full head of steam, the sheer momentum is practically impossible to stop.
That’s what the anti-traditionalist crowd in the Church is doing — and doing very well. We call them anti-traditionalist because not all of them would — in fact, the great majority — would never view themselves as modernists bent on destroying the Church.
Tonight – Traditional Mass for the Patroness of Puerto Rico: On Tuesday, November 21st at 7:30 pm Our Lady of Mount Carmel E116th Street
A Solemn Traditional Latin Mass for the Feast of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary at the Pontifical Sanctuary of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in East Harlem, New York. The sermon and readings from the pulpit will be in Spanish. After Mass there will be devotions to Our Lady of Divine Providence, Patroness of Puerto Rico, whose feast falls on November 19th. The Puerto Rican Community, like the Italian, has a long and deep history in East Harlem.”
Tonight November 21st – The Feast Of The Presentation Of The Blessed Virgin Mary – The Theotokos In The Temple As Presented By Saints Anne and Joachim – and as also celebrated in the East with the Dedicatsion of Saint Mary’s Jerusalem To The Theotokos will have a low traditional Mass at Holy Innocents NYC at 6:00pm
Shrine and Parish Church Of The Holy Innocents NYC, more info and web site on the link
Friday December 8th is the double 1st class Feast of The Immaculate Conception
For this solemnity there will high sung Masses at all the area traditional Rite Churches and Chapels – stay tuned for Mass times
Dec 21 Saint Thomas and Dec 22 the original traditional Saint Mother Cabrini Feast both second double class Feasts that are normally traditional sung Masses – mark your calendars to look for Mass times and locale
Tuesday, December 12th, Solemn Mass for the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, sponsored by the Society of St. Hugh of Cluny. Music of Ignacio de Jerusalem with period instruments, Church of the Immaculate Conception (414 East 14th Street, New York), pm time to be announced.
Brooklyn Interdenominational Choir
Pastor Frank A. Haye, Director Young People’s Chorus of New York
Francisco Nüñez, Director St. Patrick’s Cathedral Choir
Dr. Jennifer Pascual, Director The Cathedral Organs
Daniel Brondel and Michael Hey, Organists New York Symphonic Brass
Celebrate this joyful time of the year with traditional and contemporary Christmas hymns and carols! To end the evening, the Cathedral lights are dimmed to allow the candle lights to illuminate the Cathedral as “Silent Night” is sung. Reserved Seating is available to current (2017-2018) supporters of the Friends of Music. To support the Friends of Music, click here. General Seating is free and open to the public.
Renderings Restore NYC’s Original Penn Station In Today’s Context | Untapped Cities
When the original Penn Station was demolished in 1963, it was considered an act of civic vandalism. The stunning station was replaced by today’s dark, dingy, and dangerous alternative, which takes in passengers of the LIRR, Amtrak, New York City subway, and the New Jersey Transit.
For First Friday 10/06/17 @ 6:00pm at Holy Innocents NYC there will be First Friday devotions and a traditional Mass of the Sacred Heart of Jesus following the Angelus and the veneration of the relic of the true cross https://shrineofholyinnocents.org/
For 1st Saturday October 10/07/17 Traditional Sung Mass – 9:00am At The Pontifical Shrine Of Our Lady Of Mount Carmel NYC Sacrament Of Penance before and after Mass-Post Mass Devotions to Our Lady of Mount Carmel. Prayers for the Beatification of Venerable Pierre Toussaint, Veneration of the Icon of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, Eucharistic Adoration, Recitation of the Holy Rosary and Benediction THE REVEREND FATHER MARIAN WIERZCHOWSKI SAC, PASTOR THE REVEREND FATHER CHRISTOPHER SALVATORI SAC, PAROCHIAL VICAR
Also For 1st Saturday 10/07/17 At Saint Anthony Of Padua Jersey City , NJ there will be a Traditional Mass for the Feast Of The Most Holy Rosary @ 11:00am
Also For 1st Saturday 10/07/17 At Saint Anthony Of Padua, West Orange NJ The Traditional Sacrament of Confirmation will be conferred by Auxiliary Bishop of Newark John W. Flesey, at 11:00 am. It will be followed by solemn Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament.
Also For 1st Saturday 10/07/17 @ 7:30pm Catholic Underground – Franciscan Friars Of The Renewal – Adoration Holy Hour With Sung Vespers followed by Convivium With Live Entertainment That Follows In The Catholic Underground space beneath Our Lady Of Good Counsel – 90th Street – between 2nd & 3rd Avenues NYC – – A traditional NY experience (Seating to the balcony rafters begins to dissipate by 7:00pm)http://catholicunderground.net/home.html\
Also For 1st Saturday 10/07/17Solemn Mass10:30am@ Saint Agnes Church at 143 W 43rd St https://stagneschurchnyc.org/
Also For Saturday 10/07/17 – Following the Feast of the Most Holy Rosary Feast and or observances always begins the nine day Novena to Saint Gerard Majella!
For Monday 10/09/17 @ 7:00pm Traditional Mass in honor of Christopher Columbus and American /Italian heritage – @ The Order of The Institute Of Christ The King Sovereign Priest’s Oratory @ Saint Anthony Padua West Orange, Mass of the day St. John Leonardi an instrumental Saint who took part of the movement known as the Counter-Reformation and of the Propagation of the Faith, which was also a part of Columbus’ voyages – See ~attached flyer ~
For Tuesday Evening 10/10/17 @ 7:30pm Traditional Mass At The Pontifical Shrine Of Our Lady Of Mount Carmel NYC For Saint Elana Di Laurino – Side Altar & Veneration of 1st Class RelicsBorn in Laurino but Patroness of both Laurino and Pruno in the Province of Salerno, Italy – See flyer for more details
For Wednesday 10/11/17 @ 6:00pm at Holy Innocents NYC there will be a second double class Mass for the Divine Maternity Of The Blessed Virgin Mary celebrated in ‘white’ following the Angelus and the veneration of the relic of the day
For Thursday 10/12/17 6:00pm to 9:00 pm Hunterdon Hills Playhouse, 88 State Route 173, Hampton, New Jersey 08827: Life Choices of Phillipsburg, NJ (Warren County). Annual Fundraising Banquet with guest speaker Stacy A. Transancos, homeschooling mother of seven. No donation too small or too large, click herehttp://grandmashouse.us/videoto see their latest life-saving project. Call908-213-6974 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat, or table of 10.
AlsoFor Friday 10/13/17 Mary’s Apparition Hill 109 Roth Road Kunkletown, PA 18058 – Fatima Devotions but no traditional Mass due to the Priest being overseas in Portugal on this day.
For Saturday 10/14/17 – 9:30am Solemn Pontifical Mass With Bishop Serratelli @ The Saint John The Baptist Cathedral Of Paterson NJ– The first Traditional Rite Mass in the Cathedral since the Vatican II Council – See the flyer below for more details
For Saturday 10/14/17 @ 10:00am – Latin Class Begins -enrollment form Institute Of Christ The King Sovereign Priest’s Oratory @ Saint Anthony Padua West Orange,NJOct-Nov 2017
Also For Saturday 10/14/17 Rosary Rally @ 12:00pm to 1:00pm– Be part of one of 20,000 Rosary Rallies in our Nation happening on this date as sponsored by TFP’s America Needs Fatima – Praying The Rosary For America ! This location is Northfield and Pleasant Valley Road In West Orange, NJSee local flyer for more details -à and website link RosaryRallyFlyer Saturday Oct 14th 2017
From a letter written to all the faithful by Saint Francis of Assisi
We must be simple, humble and pure
It was through his archangel, Saint Gabriel, that the Father above made known to the holy and glorious Virgin Mary that the worthy, holy and glorious Word of the Father would come from heaven and take from her womb the real flesh of our human frailty. Though he was wealthy beyond reckoning, he still willingly chose to be poor with his blessed mother. And shortly before his passion he celebrated the Passover with his disciples. Then he prayed to his Father saying: Father, if it be possible, let this cup be taken from me.
Nevertheless, he reposed his will in the will of his Father. The Father willed that his blessed and glorious Son, whom he gave to us and who was born for us, should through his own blood offer himself as a sacrificial victim on the altar of the cross. This was to be done not for himself through whom all things were made, but for our sins. It was intended to leave us an example of how to follow in his footsteps. And he desires all of us to be saved through him, and to receive him with pure heart and chaste body.
O how happy and blessed are those who love the Lord and do as the Lord himself said in the gospel: You shall love the Lord your God with your whole heart and your whole soul, and your neighbor as yourself. Therefore, let us love God and adore him with pure heart and mind. This is his particular desire when he says: True worshipers adore the Father in spirit and truth. For all who adore him must do so in the spirit of truth. Let us also direct to him our praises and prayers saying: Our Father, who art in heaven, since we must always pray and never grow slack.
Furthermore, let us produce worthy fruits of penance. Let us also love our neighbors as ourselves. Let us have charity and humility. Let us give alms because these cleanse our souls from the stains of sin. Men lose all the material things they leave behind them in this world, but they carry with them the reward of their charity and the alms they give. For these they will receive from the Lord the reward and recompense they deserve. We must not be wise and prudent according to the flesh. Rather we must be simple, humble and pure. We should never desire to be over others. Instead, we ought to be servants who are submissive to every human being for God’s sake. The Spirit of the Lord will rest on all who live in this way and persevere in it to the end. He will permanently dwell in them. They will be the Father’s children who do his work. They are the spouses, brothers and mothers of our Lord Jesus Christ.
From The 2nd Chapter of Philippians
In everything you do, act without grumbling or arguing; prove yourselves innocent and straightforward, children of God beyond reproach in the midst of a twisted and depraved generation—among whom you shine like the stars in the sky while holding fast to the word of life. As I look to the Day of Christ, you give me cause to boast that I did not run the race in vain or work to no purpose. Even if my life is to be poured out as a libation over the sacrificial service of your faith, I am glad of it and rejoice with all of you. May you be glad on the same score, and rejoice with me!
Our Lady Of The Angels And The Vision Vincent Carducho