4 edition of Before After - Fifty Commentaries for Our Community found in the catalog.
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We owe him massive thanks, and prayers m though I suspect he is interceding for us. Every Catholic is called to this combat. Here is a Church that no longer has anything to teach the world because it listens to the powers of the world. It is a matter of choosing His Precious Blood, of imitating the Crucified One and of following Him to the end, by a complete, rigorous and coherent fidelity. No one can doubt that in recent years many priests and faithful have discovered this Mass, and that through it they have encountered a new spiritual and moral horizon, which has opened the door to the sanctification of their souls.
It is a question of faith. The problem is simultaneously doctrinal, moral, spiritual, ecclesiological and liturgical. Firstly, we have the duty to offer them the certitude that the Tridentine Mass can never disappear from the face of the earth.
The latest measures taken against the Mass will force these souls to draw all the consequences of what they have discovered: they must now choose — with all the elements of discernment that are at their disposal — what is necessary for every well-informed Catholic conscience. We possess a treasure with a value we do not always appreciate, and which we perhaps preserve too much out of simple habit. The answer is simple and increasingly clear.
The Society of Saint Pius X has the duty to assist all those souls who are currently in dismay and are confused.
Only in this way will we truly love souls and show our love for the Church. This should be our first reaction to these events that have just shaken the Catholic Church. It is in her hands that Our Blessed Lord has placed the whole Catholic Church. On one side is the Mass of All Times. Mark, I was hoping to ask you or one of the commentariat here for a favor. Firstly for ourselves, who have the undeserved good fortune of knowing the Tridentine Mass and who can benefit from it!
It is a question of faith.
We possess a treasure with a value we do not always appreciate, and which we perhaps preserve too much out of simple habit.
We owe him massive thanks, and prayers m though I suspect he is interceding for us.