This is dealt with in the last five minutes of the talk entitled “A Conversation With Fr. Hesse #1 “.


Question: “I only have the NOM to go to. If there is no Latin Mass to go to, what do I do?”
Fr Hesse answers: “The Church has answered the question in the past when the Church did not allow you to fulfill your Sunday duty in a Russian Orthodox Mass. The Russian Orthodox Mass is recognized valid – it’s recognized as a valid Mass. The Church has never as a matter of fact doubted the validity. Validity means it takes place; it doesn’t mean it’s allowed to go there. Most people confuse valid and licit: valid means the sacrament is actually there. Licit means it’s also allowed to do so. …
The Conciliar Church does not provide me with Holy Mass for the simple reason that it is my Divine right – Divine God-given right – that’s the definition of the Church – to receive all the Sacraments in my rite (ritus). It’s a God-given right that I receive the Sacraments in the rite of my Church. My Church happens to be the Latin Catholic Church. The rites of the Latin Catholic Church are the ones confirmed by the Council of Trent, Pope Pius V and his successors. They [the rites of the Latin Catholic Church] are not the changed new rites. The new rites – Paul VI called the Novus Ordo the New Order of Mass – the New Order of Mass I don’t know to whom it belongs except the Devil. My liturgy – It is not my liturgy – it does not belong to my church – I cannot go there. …
The Church said sanctify Sunday by going to Mass. If you can’t go to Mass, then you can’t go there. Try to make it for Christmas or Easter. …

You cannot fulfill your Sunday obligation at the New Mass because the New Mass in itself is schismatic, against Divine Law, against Eternal Law. How can I fulfill Eternal Law by going against it? It’s absurd. You can’t. … [emphasis added]

Better the Old Mass once a month than the New Mass every day.”
Sr C

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Message from the Buffalo Resistance:
Fr. Ortiz will again be visiting Buffalo, N.Y. on Sunday December, 18 to offer Holy Mass and perform a Baptism. Mass is scheduled for 1:00 P.M. with confessions starting at 12:00. I hope you will be able to come.
The location for Mass is:
112 James Street
Buffalo, N.Y. 14210
As seating in the room for Mass will be a bit limited, please RSVP, if possible, with an approximate number of people that will be coming, so accommodations can be prepared beforehand. Plans are being made in case a “satellite room” becomes necessary, as well. Please be advised that Mass is being held on the second floor of the building, in case some of the faithful require more time going up stairs.
A small potluck meal/desserts is planned to follow afterward. Coffee and tableware will be provided.
We would like to thank Brian Torsell for coordinating the arrangements for this Mass. Brian can be contacted for further information at or at 716-908-5257.


Please note when checking for directions:
Google maps says for the address:
Abortion Ask First
Abortion Clinic
It is NOT an abortion clinic – it is mislabelled by Google.
The phone number is 1 716-852-3026.
If you listen to the recorded message, you will see that it is very Pro-Life, strongly discouraging abortion and explaining the evil that abortion is.
So do not be scandalized by the (intentional?) mislabelling by Google.

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You are invited to the Holy Mass that will be offered by Father Juan Ortiz on Wednesday, December 28th
Confessions: 2 pm
Mass of the Holy Innocents: 3 pm
BEST WESTERN PLUS Windjammer Inn & Conference Center
Burlington Room
1076 Williston Road, South Burlington, Vermont, 05403

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In this linked sermon for the First Sunday of Advent, St Bernard asks: “Yet why is it that of the Three Persons in the Most Holy Trinity, it is not the Father who comes, nor the Holy Spirit, but the Son?”.


St Bernard challenges us how not to take the meaning of Advent for granted.


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The Leaven of Holiness

13 November 2016

In this linked sermon, St John Chrysostom poses this question: “Were anyone to give you the power of choosing between raising the dead in His Name, or dying in His Name, tell me which would you choose?”
Pages 378 -381 of the attached document (which are pages 352 to 355 of the book itself).


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Available here


In his introduction to Fr Hesse’s conference, Fr Trinchard says: “Be open to hearing a radical and shocking exposure of the Catholic Faith where our generation hasn’t the foggiest notion of what a Catholic is.”
Fr Hesse briefly discusses the SV position and rules it out. Fr Hesse says that SVs like to rely on the Apostolic Bull of Pope Paul IV Cum Ex Apostolatus Officio which says that a heretic cannot become Pope. He explains that the election of the Supreme Pontiff is a canonical election, which is an act of administration and is therefore not infallible. Papal election is an act of administration, not a sacrament. It is not a theological procedure, therefore there cannot be an infallible pronouncement on it. He states that the Bull is infallible as far as doctrinal statements are concerned, but it cannot be infallible as far as administrative rules are concerned. These rules have been changed by subsequent Popes a couple of dozen times in Church History.
Throughout these conferences, Father stresses the importance of distinctions, this time between Positive Human Law, Church Law and Divine Law.
Father gives an overview of the history of ABL and why he started the SSPX. Father would be scandalized to see today’s SSPX maintain that the NOM has been properly promulgated. He always maintained that the NOM is against Divine Law (which means is illicit and therefore is offensive to God).
At the 30 minute mark, Father notes that Rome offered ABL a special organization of Pontifical Right wherein he could continue forming seminarians in the old Rite. The organization would have been headed by a commission of seven members: five chosen by the Vatican, one Bishop chosen by Rome and one member chosen by the SSPX. Father explains that Rome had no right to give special permission; instead Rome should have done away with the New Rite.
From the 34 minute mark on, Fr Hesse warns why the SSPX of his day were right not to want to place themselves under the administrative authority of Rome. He explains that the sole reason for the creation of the FSSP was to take people and priests away from the SSPX. He explains why the FSSP are formally in heresy. He re-iterates: “The new Rite is against Divine Law.”
Fr Hesse quotes Pope Innocent III on whether or not to receive doubtful Sacraments, saying that you always must adopt the safer course – which is Church Doctrine. You are not allowed to take chances with the Sacraments. If you take chances with the Sacraments, you are in sin.
History has a tragic way of repeating itself. Fr Hesse conducted this conference in 1997 and was happy that ABL turned down a possible agreement with Conciliar Rome and chose to remain Roman Catholic.
Compare the wisdom of ABL to the folly of Bishop Fellay who today has still not learned from his predecessors and is seeking an agreement with Conciliar Rome. Perhaps Bishop Fellay et al should listen to the conferences of Canon Hesse. His sanity is at stake!

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Twenty-fifth Sunday After Pentecost (Fifth Sunday after Epiphany)

Sunday Sermons Volume 1, page 329 paragraph 26

And when the blade was sprung up, and had, etc.
CHRYSOSTOM. As above: In what follows He accurately describes the character of heretics: And when the blade as sprung up, and had brought forth fruit, then appeared also the cockle. At first heretics conceal themselves. When however they have acquired a certain security, should anyone enter into conversation with them, they begin to pour out their poison.
AUGUSTINE, as above: Or again: when man begins to be spiritual, looking carefully into all things, then errors begin to reveal themselves to him. For he recognises in what he hears or reads, that which is opposed to the rule of faith; and until he has become strengthened in these same spiritual things error will have power over him. It is for this reason that so many of the falsities of the heretics come out from under the Christian name.


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Part 1

Part 2


Fr Hesse calls the NO a counterfeit church. He says: “The counterfeit church assumes the name Catholic Church but does not have the right to be called Catholic Church because it is a new church with a new Doctrine and a new Liturgy”.

“Vatican II was not an Ecumenical Council as it had not intention of defining Dogma.”

“Vatican II as a whole is unacceptable to a Catholic.”

Father lists some heresies contained in the Vatican II documents. For example Dei Verbum #8 gives a new definition of Tradition: “There is a growth in Tradition. That means Tradition is developed under the faithful’s study and their religious experiences.”

In the Q&A, at 51:42, Father deals with the question of receiving Communion in the NOM: “You are not allowed to receive Communion at the NOM.” He warns: “Adopt the safer course.”

As to Perpetual Adoration in the NO, Father says: “Perpetual Adoration of what? Do you know if it’s Our Lord or are you adoring a Ritz cracker? How do you know?”

To the question of whether to attend a NOM, Father gives this practical advice (1:11:13 and on): “The validity of the NOM is of no concern to us.” “Why do you break your head over something that is illicit anyway?”

At 1:12:36, Father quotes the Council of Trent in the 7th Session, Canon 13: “Whoever says that any of the Pastors (that includes the Pope) may add unto the Liturgy, subtract from the Liturgy, or write up a new Liturgy, anathema sit.”

In the last eight minutes, Father gives advice concerning apparitions quoting St John of the Cross.


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The mother of Fr Voigt has passed away. Please pray for the repost of her soul.
Father’s note is here


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