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Dear Friends and Faithful,

The New Traditional Benedictine Convent of St. Joseph in New Mexico needs your help!

They are off to a good start but with the funds all put into the building and initial setup of the Chapel, they don't have anything left to buy other important things needed for the convent.

Please be as generous as you can! Every dollar counts!

Thank you and know that you and your family will be in the prayers of the sisters at St. Joseph Convent!

God bless you, God reward you and God love you!




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"The false reformers.."seek their own interests, not those of Jesus Christ"..."trusteth in man and maketh flesh his arm."
Pope St. Pius X warned the shepherds of souls especially the false reformers who "were not concerned with correcting morals, but only with denying dogmas" and those who "tried to reform faith and discipline according to their own whims..proposing a universal apostasy even worse than the one that threatened the age of Charles. It is worse, We say, because it stealthily creeps into the very veins of the Church, hides there, and cunningly pushes erroneous principles to their ultimate conclusions..The advocates of false reform, imitating the fickleness of the foolish, generally rush into extremes. They either emphasize faith to such an extent that they neglect good works or they canonize nature with the excellence of virtue while overlooking the assistance of faith and divine grace. As a matter of fact, however, merely naturally good acts are only a counterfeit of virtue since they are neither permanent nor sufficient for salvation. The work of this kind of a reformer cannot restore discipline. On the contrary, it ruins faith and morals...The false reformers.."seek their own interests, not those of Jesus Christ"..."trusteth in man and maketh flesh his arm."

"This impious and foolish war is waged and sometimes supported by those who should be the first to come to Our aid. The errors appear in many forms and the enticements of vice wear different dresses. Both cause many even among our own ranks to be ensnared, seducing them by the appearance of novelty and doctrine, or the illusion that the Church will accept the maxims of the age. Venerable Brethren, you are well aware that we must vigorously resist and repel the enemy's attacks with the very weapons Borromeo used in his day.

"Since they attack the very root of faith either by openly denying, hypocritically undermining, or misrepresenting revealed doctrine, we should above all recall the truth Charles often taught. "The primary and most important duty of pastors is to guard everything pertaining to the integral and inviolate maintenance of the Catholic Faith, the faith which the Holy Roman Church professes and teaches, without which it is impossible to please God." Again: "In this matter no diligence can be too great to fulfill the certain demands of our office." We must therefore use sound doctrine to withstand "the leaven of heretical depravity," which if not repressed, will corrupt the whole. That is to say, we must oppose these erroneous opinions now deceitfully being scattered abroad, which, when taken all together, are called Modernism. With Charles we must be mindful "of the supreme zeal and excelling diligence which the bishop must exercise in combating the crime of heresy." (Excerpts from the encyclical letter of Pope Pius X "Editae Saepe")

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God bless our new Superior General and his two Assistants!

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"Vatican II stressed that we Catholics should respect non-Catholics and their religions." - Cardinal Tagle of Manila
Not suprised with the modernist statements coming from the ardent apostle of the school of Bologna, Cardinal Tagle of Manila.
"..True religion ought to regard the false ones as enemies. Thus Christ said: qui non est pecum contra me est, (He who is not with me is against me) nor can he tolerate their errors however much he may consider their followers as strayed sheep that live outside of the flock and the fold, love them as a Catholic, take an interest in them as fellowmen, attract them solicitously as children of the same Father who is in heaven into whose paternal dwelling he ought to endeavor to introduce them that in serving Him they may glorify Him. Et alias oves habeo, Christ himself said to the Apostles, quae non sunt ex hoc ovili: et illas oportet me adducere, et vocem meam audient, et fiet unum ovile et unus pastor. (And other sheep I have, that are not of this fold: them also I must bring, and they shall hear my voice, and there shall be one fold and one shepherd. - John 10:16) He came to the world with such purpose, ut salvum faceret quod perierat, et ut filios Dei qui erant dispersi congregaret in unum. (To save what had perished and to gather into one the children of God who are scattered abroad.)

"This theory of respecting the most contrary ideas that diverse religions ought to unite men in their very diversity, professing profound respect for every idea sincerely conceived and practiced with conviction is thoroughly Protestant, because it is the consecration of the personal judgment of men.

"The Catholic curate of the little town on the banks of the Rhine who gave you an example of this Christian fraternity, considering himself with the Protestant as two servants of the same God... if he did such a thing he would be a simpleton, ignorant, who had lost the Catholic common sense because he necessarily must be so to consider the Protestant servant of the God of the Catholics. This can only be affirmed by those who, like you, believe that the differences between Catholics and Protestants are only of opinion and not of faith and that a religious duty can fulfilled without knowing how the will of God is interpreted in it. This is interpreted well and better with Catholicism; neither better nor well but bad and worse with Protestantism.

"The moderate Protestants believe that in all sects one can interpret and fulfill the will of God and be saved. The liberal Protestants even more progressive, like Lessing, Reymarus, those of the evangelical alliance, with all the file of freethinkers of our days at whose head Draper pretends to be, affirm that in all the religions of the universe and even without any religion, man can fulfill his duty and gain happiness. It is evident that in this way they pretend to place on the pedestal the idol of reason, independent and separate from faith, and constitute it as the supreme judge and final arbiter of all truths. And is this not to pretend to dethrone God and elevate prostituted reason in His place as the philosophers of the French Revolution (supported by Draper in his Conflicts) did in the last century, putting up a statue of the Goddess of Reason, personified by a prostitute?… If this is admitted, all science and philosophy become unnecessary and the most contradictory principles and the most illogical and monstrous deductions will be respected as axioms of truth. Where shall we end with such absurdities if not in the destruction of reason and its objective which is truth and in universal skepticism? Is this practical and reasonable?... Well, there you have the consequences of that free and independent reason that could very well be called the reason of wrong inasmuch as far from being guided by the inexorable laws of legitimate reasoning, allows itself to be led quite often by the caprices of the madwoman of the house, Lady Imagination.

"Such deviations or misbehavior of reason ought to be attacked and corrected decisively by reason itself illumined by faith and this system, the lone savior of true knowledge and of true religion, is what every one who values himself as a Catholic should practice exclusively."

- Letter of Fr. Pablo Pastells to our great National Hero, Dr. Jose P. Rizal, Manila, 1892

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Requiescat in pace, Rev. Fr. Nilo, defender of the Catholic faith. He was supposed to have a public debate against the minister of the false sect, Iglesia ni Manalo (Cristo) this August but he was brutally killed inside the chapel. Where is our Supreme Shepherd and the Father of Christendom condemning this senseless killing against our priests and the Filipino faithful? When will the Vicar of Christ, following the great and brave examples of his predecessors especially that of Pope St. Pius X, speak up and plead for the safety of his flock? When can we have another Pope St. Pius X who will be in the front line to defend the higher rights of God and of the Church as well?

Pope St. Pius X defended his beloved sons and daughters in France during the persecution of the French Catholics and our present Supreme Pontiff must do the same.
"We have defended you, Our beloved sons, with all the strength of Our great love; that what We have demanded and now demand for the Church, of which the French Church is the elder daughter and an integral part, is respect for its hierarchy and inviolability of its property and liberty."

"Please, Peter, show your face and your tears for all the world to see! Please, Peter, speak up with your own voice! These are your own sheep being massacred!"

Thank you for accepting me in a real Catholic group!

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In an interview, Fr. Malachi Martin affirms that Msgr. Marcel Lefebvre was sent by God.
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