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General Discussion / Re: TRADITIO Fathers newest post
« Last post by JezusDeKoning on Today at 07:01:44 PM »
Where is that "2018 Norwalk National Traditional Catholic Study" from? 
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General Discussion / TRADITIO Fathers newest post
« Last post by Emitte Lucem Tuam on Today at 06:51:55 PM »
I just finished reading the latest Traditio Fathers blog post on Traditio.com and it pretty much sums up that anyone & everyone attached to the Novus Ordo Church / Conciliar Church / “what-ever” Church is not in anyway, shape or form...CATHOLIC. The Traditio Fathers have always skated upon “thin ice” of calling whether or not the Novus Ordo was Catholic or NOT Catholic.  Well, they’ve crossed the “rubicon” and have now announced ANYTHING and EVERYONE who has ANYTHING to do with the Conciliar Church / Novus Ordo Church is NOT A CATHOLIC.  Hurrah!  Thanks be to God!

December 17, 2016 - Ferial Day
Great O Antiphon at Vespers:  O Sapientia [O Wisdom]



Latest Survey Results Prove It:
The Newchurch of the New Order Is Not the Catholic Church

From: The TRADITIO Fathers
The Great O Antiphons of Advent are a series of seven antiphons chanted or recited before and after the Magnificat of Vespers of the traditional Divine Office on the last seven days before the Vigil of Christmas (December 17-December 23). Their name comes from the Latin interjection of invocation, O, with which they all begin. Nothing similar precedes any other feast. Longing for the coming of the Messias, which is the characteristic mood of Advent, is seen most poetically in these O Antiphons. The melody to which they are chanted is marvelously expressive of the intense desire with which the patriarchs, the prophets, the Jewish people, and now the Gentiles wait for God's presence in the Messias, Jesus Christ.
The Results of the Latest Pew Research Study
Shows that Newchurchers Are Not Catholic
Few Newchurchers Go to Their Novus Ordo Service
Or Their "Reconciliation Rite"
They Believe in "Gay" Marriage, Abortions
And Artificial Contraception
They Barely Put Anything into the Collection Plate
Is It Any Wonder that Newchurch Is Being Forced
To Close down More than Half of Its Churches?
As if more evidence were needed to prove that the Newchurch of the New Order is not the Catholic Church, the results of the 2016 Pew Research Institute Study and by the 2018 Norwalk National Traditional Catholic Study showed the 180-degree contrast between Newchurchers and traditional Catholics. These figures are for the United States, but those for other countries are quite similar.
Mass Attendance.
1960: 80 per cent of Catholics attended Sunday Mass.
2016: 11 per cent of Newchurchers attended their invalid Sunday Novus Ordo service [halved because of the results of other studies showing that Newchurch attendance numbers are inflated by double].
2018: 99 per cent of traditional Catholics attended Sunday Mass.
N.B. There has been a visible drop in Novus Ordo service attendance since 2016 because of Newchurch Great Sex & Embezzlement Holocaust.

Donations.
2016: 1.2 per cent of income by Newchurchers.
2018: 6.0 per cent of income by traditional Catholics.
N.B. Protestants gave 2.5 per cent. Catholics gave 3.3 per cent during the Great Depression.

"Gay" Marriage.
2016: 67 per cent of Newchurchers agree with "gay" marriage.
2018: 2 per cent of traditional Catholics agree with "gay" marriage.

Abortion.
2016: 47 per cent of Newchurchers agree with abortion.
2018: 2 per cent of traditional Catholics agree with abortion.

Artificial Contraception
2016: 89 per cent of Newchurchers agree with artificial contraception.
2018: 2 per cent of traditional Catholic agree with artificial contraception.

Confession.
2016: 6 per cent of Newchurchers go to the invalid Rite of Reconciliation (formerly Confession/Penance) annually.
2018: 98 percent of traditional Catholics go to at least annual confession.

Live Birth Rate.
2016: 2.3 among Newchurchers.
2018: 3.6 among traditional Catholics


True Catholics, these figures prove to Newchurchers that they are not part of the Catholic Church. In fact, their worship, doctrine, and morality are quite different from Catholicism. The situation has gotten worse under the "Unsaint" JPII-Wojtyla, the "Nazi" Benedict-Ratzinger, and much worse under the "Marxist" Francis-Bergoglio. To pretend that Newchurch is Catholic is a complete sham. In conscience, no true Catholic has anything to do with the fake Newchurch of the New Order or its Newpopes.
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Health and Nutrition / Re: Eating out -> Obesity + debt
« Last post by Vintagewife3 on Today at 06:46:35 PM »
The calories in a kids meal from let’s say McDonald’s are outrageous 
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Posting this as a response to VW3 implies that you think there is no reason to believe her claims.  Obviously, we would not automatically assume she is truthful merely because she is a woman.  However, my personally policy is to start from the assumption that my fellow posters on this forum are telling the truth until I have reason to believe otherwise.  I have never seen anything posted by her that rang false or led me to doubt her honesty.  Also, her story about having more time than usual to post today matches her posting history.
It’s an unfair situation, but without doubt to many men would be wrongly convicted. 
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NEIL OBSTAT,
I was researching and found this can you explain it to me. Doesn't it mean what it says ? COUNCIL of TRENT, SESSION 13 CANON 4   " If anyone shall say that in the Most Holy Sacrament of the Eucharist, the substance of the bread and wine remains, together with the Body and Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ," Let Him BE ANATHEMA ."
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General Discussion / Re: What does it take to be a good husband, ladies?
« Last post by Nadir on Today at 06:31:02 PM »
Thank you for the explanations. 'Spect I'm not americanised enough!  :facepalm:
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General Discussion / Re: What does it take to be a good husband, ladies?
« Last post by Jaynek on Today at 06:22:37 PM »
Nadir, I believe this hashtag started with the confirmation hearings for Brett Kavanaugh for the US Supreme Court, with Ms. Ford bringing her accusations public.
There is a short Wikipedia article on the expression: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Believe_women
It says that the slogan existed before the Kavanaugh incident but became more widespread at that time.
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#BelieveWomen
Wrong context and therefore offensive. You should be banned for bringing nothing but sour grapes to the table. 
Don’t you have anything better to do than troll Catholic forums?   
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No. In Post Falls, it's like maybe between 2% and 3%. And half of them go to Immaculate Conception Church (SSPX) on the Sundays that Fr. Girouard doesn't come. He's only there one Sunday a month. 
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I ran out of time to edit:


Over the clock of our seventh grade classroom at Our Lady of the Snows Parochial School, Sister Mary Geraldine, O.P., may she rest in peace, had placed a large sign:

Time will pass, will you?

This sign had a very sobering effect on us. Sister Geraldine was able to transform a group of rebellious seventh graders into young ladies and gentlemen. May the Lord have mercy on her soul and grant her eternal rest.
I’m going to look into getting a sign like that made for our family room. It’s a very he’s y question, and worth asking yourself daily.
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