The Satanic Black Mass is still planned to be held in Oklahoma City, so Fr. Wegner is calling for reparation.
Despite the novena efforts undertaken to effect the cancellation of the Satanic Black Mass scheduled for September 21 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, this blasphemous event is still due to take placeâ€”though at least the consecrated Host in the possession of the Satanist organizer was returned.
Below we present from DICI an update on the current situation in Oklahoma City, but more importantly, a call to reparation from the USA District Superior.
Help make reparation for this offense to Our Lord!
Fr. Jurgen Wegner, the new District Superior of the Society of St. Pius X in America, invites all Catholics to support and assist at a Mass to be celebrated in reparation for the public offenses against the Eucharist and to prevent the Satanic worship planned for Sunday, September 21 in Oklahoma City, OK. Continue reading
As announced in a previous issue of The Angelus we are posting here a debate between Fr. Harrison and Fr. Laisney discussing Vatican II’s teaching on Religious Liberty. This debate is a continuation of a debate that first was published in the Remnant.
Did Vatican II contradict Traditional Catholic Doctrine on Religious Freedom? Continue reading
In 1850 Giuseppe entered the Padua seminary. There was nothing unexpected about this. For a long time young Sarto had shown himself to be a pious boy, attracted by the Church. Every evening, in Riese, he went to the church to pray in front of the Blessed Sacrament. We have already spoken of his devotion, since childhood, to the Madonna delle Cendrole. At Castefranco, when he was staying with the Finazzi family, he had improvised a little altar in a corner of his room and he played at celebrating Mass using items made for him by Signora Finazzi. He was full of admiration for the Riese priests, Don Fusarini and Don Jacuzzi.
Giuseppe was probably 14 when he told his parents and the parish priest of his desire to be a priest. While his mother received the news with joy, his father was not happy. One of Giuseppeâ€™s sisters gave her testimony about this at the beatification process. She said that Giambattista Sarto had not wanted to allow Giuseppe to serve Mass in Riese, and he was unhappy with his sonâ€™s desire to enter the seminary. Lucia Sarto did not give the cause of their fatherâ€™s opposition, nor did she elaborate on the discussions which followed between father and mother. Giambattista was a practicing Catholic, so his reaction was not due to hostility towards the Church. Perhaps he was hoping that his eldest son would contribute to the family income by swiftly moving to the world of work. Continue reading
The triumph of ecumenical liberalism at the Council was the greatest victory for Communism. Christian civilization forthwith lost its self-confidence and thought it could adopt the principles of its enemies, viz. the rights of man, human dignity, and religious liberty. This adoption opened a one-sided dialogue and raised the banner of dĂ©tente and of pacifism. Consequently, Communism has spread over the world without hindrance.
Vatican II, which should have been the anti-Communist Council as the Council of Trent was anti-Protestant, was taken over by the Liberals and became the instrument for the destruction of all the moral and spiritual barriers against Communism. When soldiers have lost the ideal for which they fight their weapons fall from their hands. Since there is no longer a Christian civilization to defend, the field is left open to the Satanic revolution. Continue reading
Angelus Press Editor, Jim Vogel, to give lecture at the 3rd Annual Catholic Identity Conference Speakers this year include
â€˘ Dr. John Rao
â€˘ Michael Matt of The Remnant
â€˘ John Vennari of Catholic Family News
â€˘ Christopher Ferrara
â€˘ Louie Verrecchio
â€˘ James Vogel from Angelus Press
â€˘ Kenneth Wolfe of Rorate Caeli
â€˘ Michael Brendan Doughtery from The American Conservative
This year’s theme is: â€śThe Old Evangelization: Restoring Liturgy, Mission and Catholic Traditionâ€ť Continue reading