Priory Bulletin

Public Sinners

February 26, 2020
What is the traditional stand of the Catholic Church about public sinners, and why they should be denied of holy communion?

A War in the Vatican?

February 06, 2020
Controversy about a book from Benedict XVI and Cardinal Robert Sarah

A New Year’s Day Review and checklist

January 03, 2020
The very first thing that should come up to our minds, as we are heading to a New Year, it is to express our thanksgiving for the many graces received during the elapsed year. Graces are supernatural gifts of an invisible nature, but some of them have visible effects, of which we can give a report of the past year, 2019 AD.

A New Year’s Day review and checklist

December 22, 2019
The very first thing that should come up to our minds, as we are heading to a New Year, it is to express our thanksgiving for the many graces received during the elapsed year. Graces are supernatural gifts of an invisible nature, but some of them have visible effects, of which we can give a report of the past year, 2019 AD.

The Path To The Invisible

December 10, 2019
The path of the Visible to the Invisible, or as the original Latin says Per visibilia ad invisibilia is a beautiful formula scribed by Richard of St. Victor, a theologian of the 12th century, to express the means used by God to introduce man to the spiritual world. It is by the finite channel of the visible things that we are introduced to the infinite world of the invisible ones.

Remember those who fell during the war

November 07, 2019
In his treatise on purgatory (Summa Supplement Q. 71, art 2), St. Thomas Aquinas speaks about the bond of charity, which is the bond uniting the members of the Church. He says that “such bond extends not only to the living, but also to the dead who die in charity. For charity, which is the life of the soul, even as the soul is the life of the body, has no end: "Charity never falleth away" (1 Corinthians 13:8).”

David and Absalon

October 04, 2019
While imprisoned in Rome, and shortly before his martyrdom, St. Paul wrote a letter to Timothy, to exhort the young disciple to apply to his duties in the apostolate, making good use of the Holy Scripture, the Word of God: “All scripture, inspired of God, is profitable to teach, to reprove, to correct, to instruct in justice,”[1]

Some Anniversaries

August 28, 2019
Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre was ordained priest in 1929, upon completing his clerical studies at the French seminary in Rome, under the direction of Fr. Le Floch, a priest from the Holy Ghost Fathers.  Fr. Le Floch, who was a true man of the Church, taught the young seminarians how to get a clear thinking through the trouble times of the 20th century.  Fr. Le Floch did so by means of teaching the encyclical letters of the popes of the 19th and 20th century, who condemned the modern errors.

The case of Vincent Lambert

July 26, 2019
According to an article posted recently on LifeSiteNews, there were 774 reported assisted deaths in Ontario for the first six months of 2019, 1499 reported assisted deaths in 2018, 841 reported assisted deaths in 2017 and 189 reported assisted deaths in 2016, since its legalization. In other words, every day, in our province, over 4 persons are silently put to death by means of euthanasia and medically assisted suicide!

Sex Education

June 28, 2019
In the seventh chapter of Amoris Laetitia, Pope Francis wonders if “our educational institutions have taken up the challenge of sex education” and hopes that we will realise that “a new and more appropriate language is needed in introducing children and adolescents to the topic of sexuality”.

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