Liturgical Seasons

Septuagesima

Septuagesima by Fr. Mortier, O.P. So far we have followed Our Lord from the manger ... Read More

Lent

Lent By Fr. Mortier, O.P. Beginning with Ash Wednesday, we are once again in a ... Read More

Passiontide

Meditation for Passiontide ...according to saint Thomas Aquinas Our Lord said, when His Passion was ... Read More

PENTECOST

PENTECOST A meditation of Fr Mortier O.P. There is an admirable harmony in the work ... Read More

The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary a text of Fr Garrigou-Lagrange O.P. 1. What ... Read More

November Lists of the Dead

November Lists of the Dead Several of you have asked if we accept “November Lists ... Read More

Charity for the poor souls

Charity for the poor souls by Fr Garrigou-Lagrange O.P. (extracts) 1. What is the foundation ... Read More

The Ascension of Our Lord into Heaven

The Ascension of Our Lord into Heaven By Fr McKenna O.P. The sanctuary of PONTCHÂTEAU ... Read More

The Descent of the Holy Ghost

The Descent of the Holy Ghost By Fr McKenna O.P. In this Third Glorious Mystery ... Read More

Sermon of His Excellency Bp. Gerardo Zendejas given in Avrillé (France) for the Consecration of the Holy Oils and Chrismal Mass of the Holy Thursday

Sermon of His Excellency Bp. Gerardo Zendejasgiven in Avrillé (France)for the Consecration of the Holy ... Read More

Saint Vincent Ferrer

Saint Vincent Ferrer  Model for Times of Crisis   After the scandals given by Pope FrancisIn ... Read More

Letter from the Dominicans of Avrillé

Letter from the Dominicans of AvrilléNo. 34: August 2020A Bishop Speaks OutBishop Carlo Vigano, former ... Read More

Various Meditations

How much can we trust Private Revelations?

How much can we trust Private Revelations ? Extract from a letter of Fr. JANDEL, ... Read More

Saint Dominic, Knight of the Truth

Saint Dominic (1190-1215) Knight of the Truth Liturgical Feast : August 4 Saint Dominic’s chief ... Read More

The Rosary – a School of Contemplation

The Rosary a School of Contemplation by Fr Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange O.P. (extracts) After Holy Mass, ... Read More

A Model Catholic Wife and Mother: Anna-Maria Taïgi

A Model Catholic Wife and Mother: Anna-Maria Taïgi (1769-1837)  By Dom Bernard Maréchaux, O.S.B.  Published ... Read More

In a World Falling Apart

In a World Falling Apart  Editorial of Le Sel de la Terre 4  (Spring 1993)  ... Read More
  1. Supplementum, q. 71, a. 1.
  2. Mother Mary of Providence
  3. Note of the Editor : the pope must obey to the Holy-Ghost, faithful to 2000 years of infallible doctrine of the Church. If not, his teachings are not infallible, as the ones of the popes of Vatican II.
  4. Note of the Editor : these councils must invoke and be submitted to the inspirations of the Holy Ghost. If not, they are only human gatherings, as Vatican II council.
  5. Note of the Editor : all of this is true only if all these persons keep the traditional faith of 200 years of the Church.
  6. Note of the Editor : this text has been written in the 19th century.
  7. It means: understood firstly as a meditation and contemplation of the Mysteries of the life of Our Lord. (Note of the Editor.)
  8. That’s why it is the Rosary which keeps the faith of so many people all around the world today, especially in the poor countries, in spite of the crisis in the Church. That’s why, too, Our Lady insisted so much in Fatima on the DAILY recitation of the Rosary. (Note of the Editor.)