What People are Commenting
Minor Orders, UFOs & Obedience to Mary
Need for Minor Orders
Minor Orders: a Major Matter
I totally agree - let's bring back the minor orders.
What's that woman doing in that picture anyway? Is she acting as a "deaconess" - however, she looks more like a "priest-ess" - blech, this is why I don't attend the Novus disorder Mass - women are all over the place in the church or chapel - doing things women should NOT do.
I am a woman and I respect the need for a sacrifice priesthood and real priests - not some that think they are doing God's work.
I hope I am not sounding too harsh - they all need prayers for sure. I am so thankful for the Latin Mass.
Please pray for a new friend who is considering the priesthood but he is uncertain where to become a priest with at the moment. I encouraged him to seek God's will!
Revolted Woman in German Church
Here is Marianne Arndt, parish assistant, preaching at a mass in the Catholic Church of St. Elisabeth, in Cologne, on May 15, 2021. It to rebel against the laws of the Church and she has the full support of the Catholic bishops and I am sure, Francis.
What strikes me most, however, is that this creature looks more like a man than a woman.
Besides, she has a face of hatred and complete revolt. Everything about her speaks of revolt against nature and God. And this is what comes to the post-Vatican pulpit to teach Catholics doctrine and virtue and morals.
I'm sure she is preaching everything but that, climate control, inclusive-ism, feminism, the homo agenda, toleration for vice and error.
Not a model of sanctity, it is safe to say.
You can read about the Germany revolution against Church teaching
Yesterday morning, I was sitting on my apartment's patio, looking onto my convenient parking lot with the 'village' dumpster on the other side. It was so full that I wondered why a few bags or boxes hadn't blown out with all the wind we had the night before. I just came in from my morning's patio visit for today and noticed that the dumpster was completely empty and it looked so much better... even cleaner!
You see, the truck came yesterday and took away all of our gathered refuse. Wonderful. As I looked at this scene I couldn't help but think of Our Lord's magnificent gift of 'Penance.6.' The dumpsters are all of us... and the contents are all of our sins.
The driver of the truck is the Priest and the huge empty bay of the truck is the Mercy of Our Lord and His capacity to forgive our sins. The huge prongs of the truck reach out to pick up the dumpster, just as the Lord calls us to the Sacrament, lifting it high over its bay to tip it back and dump all of 'our sins' into the empty bay.
I don't think I'll ever see a dumpster being emptied again without thinking about confession.
So Many Injuries...
There are so many injuries caused by this shot that the official organs are dismissing the legal requirement to report injuries.
Does it look honest? Not to me…
OSHA Suspends Requirement That Employers
Report Vaccine-Related Injuries
In order to encourage American workers to get vaccinated, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (
) has suspended the legal requirement for employers to report work-related injuries resulting from vaccinations aimed at combating the
, which causes the disease
OSHA enforces the Occupational Safety and Health Act.
UFOs Report Confirmed
You have posted news on the UFOs several times (
). I consider this topic to be very important. It is because of its importance that Hollywood puts out so much footage on ETs, Star Wars,
the Marvel World
and other cosmic adventures. Hollywood is preparing its viewers for some messianic message that will be coming from "outer space."
Just recently there was news on the topic that I still didn't see on your pages (
). The Pentagon is confirming "nine UFOs swarming US Navy ship. I am passing it on to you to inform you and help you to keep reporting on these quite significant events.
Keep up the good work.
What Is the Will of Our Lady?
Ave Maria Purissima!
For some time I have wanted to ask you about how to live obedience to the Blessed Virgin.
What I learned in the monastery was not sound, and I witnessed endless abuses of this so-called obedience. I was so discouraged by all that I saw, that after I left the monastery I gave up entirely on even trying to live in obedience to the Blessed Virgin.
But grace is beckoning me anew. All I know how to do is to simply tell Mary that I wish to do all that pleases her and to give her my will. I cannot presume to know what her answers are to my specific questions.
Do you have any other suggestions?
Dr. Horvat responds:
Your email arrived most opportunely on the Feast Day of the
Queenship of Our Lady
. It seems quite appropriate to quote Prof. Plinio who addresses exactly this question in his article commemorating Our Lady's Queenship.
Now, what is the will of Our Lady? Since she does not appear in mystical ways to communicate with us, how can we know her will? Above all other things, the will of Our Lady lies in Catholic doctrine and in obedience to the Catholic Church as she always was. In essence, this is the will of Our Lady, because her will coincides with the will of God. Obedience to the Catholic Church is, therefore, the clearest and most indisputable component of the will of Our Lady.
But there is another factor, which is the voice of grace in us. Grace indicates to each person a way to follow it in order to achieve God’s plan for him or her. This is what is commonly called the vocation of a person. The vocation is the call of God, the call of Our Lady, to fulfill that pre-established plan they have for each one of us. Therefore, to correspond to one’s vocation is also to accomplish the will of Our Lady.
How should one correspond to his or her vocation? It is to do everything that one can to preserve the deposit of Catholic doctrine as it was always taught by Holy Mother Church. Now then, since Vatican II this deposit of Faith, Morals, Liturgy and Canon Law has been systematically attacked by the enemies of the Church who infiltrated inside her and replaced her doctrine with quite different new teachings. So, obedience to one’s vocation implies the defense of this deposit from the enemies who attack it. Therefore, to be faithful to the call of Our Lady, we must fight to destroy her enemies in our days.
So, we see that to follow the will of Our Lady is not just to passively deliver our will into her hands. As slaves of Our Lady according to the method of St. Louis de Montfort, clearly we deliver to her everything we have - our will, our merits, our works, our goods, etc. This is an excellent devotion to live by and follow, and one that Prof. Plinio recommended that all of his followers adopt.
But there is another aspect we should consider today, he reminds us. We must be willing to fight for what we love. This means we must be ready to stand alone if need be against public opinion and defend the Catholic doctrine and teaching by our words when applicable, and by our example on all occasions. This means we must reject the false doctrine and practices of Vatican II.
This is not an easy path, because it often leads to differences with family members and friends, who are irritated at positions that do not tolerate the error they have learned to accept. This position of firm resistance to error and unflinching fidelity to the immutable Magisterium of the Church and good customs should be the foundation of our spiritual and temporal life on this earth.
I hope this helps you in the fight we are all called to make in this glorious battle under the banner of Our Lady, where She has already predicted and promised the victory.
Marian T. Horvat
Posted June 3, 2021
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