A Thought for the Day

15 January 2019

 

This is taken from the January 1915 issue of Franciscan Herald.

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You may download here a text of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre’s conference to the seminarians of St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary in the United States on April 24, 1983.  The topics are listed on the first page.

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A Thought for the Day

14 January 2019

 

This is taken from the June 1915 issue of Franciscan Herald.

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Praise be to Jesus, Mary, and Joseph on this Feast of the Holy Family!

 

“Dear Faithful, we must pray! We all suffer in this diabolical disorientation that Our Lady of Fatima warned about affecting the entire Church. Regarding Bp. Ambrose Moran, I notified Fr. Pfeiffer that if OLMC has not disassociated publicly from him within a week, I will be obliged to leave. For many reasons this is a dead end. Please offer your Rosaries to Our Blessed Mother for Her intercession!”
[Received from Fr. David Hewko, January 13, 2019]

 

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Feast of the Holy Family

13 January 2019

I wish you all a most blessed Feast of the Holy Family!

 

Jesus, Mary, Joseph!  May all families become like unto the Holy Family.

 

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You may download here a text of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre’s conference to the seminarians of St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary in Ridgefield, Connecticut in April 1982.  The subject in this conference is “Concerning the Unity in the Society”.

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A Thought for the Day

11 January 2019

 

This is taken from the January 1915 issue of Franciscan Herald.

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A Thought for the Day

10 January 2019

 

This is taken from the January 1915 issue of the Franciscan Herald.

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According to Ambrose Moran in the following video, I have excommunicated myself because I have “insulted, slandered, and attacked a bishop”.  I suppose he means that I have incurred the penalty of excommunication latae sententiae (i.e., ipso facto or automatically).  Yet, Ambrose Moran does not cite one canon of the 1917 Code of Canon Law (or even the 1983 Code for that matter) to support his claim.  Instead, he uses general terms such as “most ancient canons of the Church” or “the canons of the Holy Apostles”.  If one is to make such a claim, then please back it up with specific canons of the Catholic Church’s Code of Canon Law.  Otherwise, such a claim cannot be taken seriously.

 

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