July 7, 2020


Is Mary , just an Ordinary woman, as preached by Luther’s schismatic protestant ministers? City prepared this essay, for the Honor of the Feast of the Assumption, as evidence against such outrages. That briefly touched upon this concept in the Doctrinal Catechism 1846 of Veneration of the Blessed Virgin Mary 14f.], posted by City of […]


Chapter I Blessed Virgin Mary Q. Do Catholics adore the Blessed Virgin Mary as they adore God?     A. No, this would be idolatry; but Catholics honor her pre-eminent prerogatives with a degree of veneration infinitely inferior to that which is due to God, but much superior to that which is due to the angels […]

Unam Sanctum_ONE HOLY

For perpetual remembrance November 18, 1302,His Holiness Pope Boniface VIII, Servant of the servants of God. 1. Urged by faith, we are obliged to believe and to hold that there is One Holy Catholic and truly Apostolic Church. And this we firmly believe and simply confess: outside of Her, there is neither salvation, nor the […]

Precious Blood – July

As with the ancients, (Hebrews), in the Old Testament, the One True Living God continues to manifest himself daily for His Church, His bride. Sometimes He graces us with permanent signs. Below are just two of these signs and wonders, held by our Church. This world soaking itself in human achievement, of the 21st and […]

ON RELICS, Doctrinal Catechism 1846, 14d

Short poem of the Novatory (aka Protestant) violent actions against the Catholic Church, Jesus and IHs Saints, before the 1846 Catechism, on RELICS. City had intended to bring to mind all the plundering by christian revolutionaries, to Catholic Churches, with Novatories incited riots upon images and relics. But instead presents this poem below, as more […]

Pictures and Images, Doctrinal Catechism 1846 #14c

The following is a continuation of the series on the Doctrinal Catechism developed, printed in 1846, designed to refute Heretics, with scripture and tradition the Catholic Church position on various and sundry complaints of the Novatories (aka Protestants). In Witnessing to these renegades, the same arguments are repeated over and over down the decades. That […]

Whether they like it or not, those who are Outside the Church are our Brothers

Saint Augustine discourse on Ps32,29; CCL38, 272-273 We entreat you, brothers, as earnestly as we are able, to have charity, not only for one another, but also for those who are Outside the Church. Of these some are still pagans, who have not yet made an act of faith in Christ. Others are separated, in […]


What SAY?: Council of TRENT and Early Church Fathers City forward: For a “rogue priest” that abandoned all his Priestly Vows before God to make the claim that Mother Church made up such sacraments as penance and Extreme Unction is entirely a “specious argument.” This man denies Apostolic paradosis from eye witnesses chosen by God, […]

John Fisher: Sermon Against the Pernicious Doctrine of Martin Luther in 1521

Bishop John Fisher; Saint, Martyr, Cardinal – Feast day June 22 Do not think that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets. I am not come to destroy, but to fulfill. For amen I say unto you, till heaven and earth pass, one jot, or one tittle shall not pass of the […]

ON THE SACRAMENTS #13b – Doctrinal Catechism 1846

13a Included framework of the 7 sacraments from Age to Age. and the first two Sacraments Baptism and Confirmation. 13b will continue with the sacrament of the Eucharist, the body, blood, soul & divinity of Christ. CHAPTER IV. – DOC CAT 1846     Q. Is the Holy Eucharist a sacrament?     A. Yes; all parties […]

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