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St. Anthony and the Eucharistic miracle with the donkey. Painting is at the Convent of St. Francis,
 in Quito, Ecuador.
 
A Miracle To Prove The Real Presence
 

St. Anthony of Padua, the great miracle worker of the thirteenth century, was preaching at Toulouse, where many heretics denied the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Holy Eucharist. One of them challenged him to perform a miracle to prove the Real Presence. St. Anthony asked him: "What miracle do you ask for?" He replied: "I will believe if my mule falls on its knees in presence of what you call the Blessed Sacrament." St. Anthony, inspired by God and trusting in Him, accepted the challenge. At the appointed time he went in solemn procession carrying the Blessed Sacrament, followed by an immense number of people, to the public square in front of the church. The heretic with his mule was there, waiting for him. St. Anthony then spoke thus aloud to the mule: "Creature of God, in the name of thy Creator, whom I hold in my hands, I command thee to kneel down and adore Him." In the meantime, the heretic was tempting the hungry mule to eat a bundle of hay. But the mule, paying no attention to the hay, at once fell on its knees and remained there, until St. Anthony told it to get up and eat. The heretic, its owner, was the first to cry out: "I believe in the Real Presence; I am now a Catholic." Many heretics present were also converted.

 

 

Related Link:

Devotions to The Wonder-Worker, St Anthony of Padua

 

 

St Anthony continuous worker of miracles pray for us!

 

Note: below, the hostage pope Gregory XVII ("Siri"), carefully reflects on the situation of the Papacy being usurped by Jewish Commie/Masonry. And provides words of hope to members of the "Church in Eclipse". -ED
 
  
"We are now in a time of trying: and in trying times it's easier to see the darkness than that of the light. However the light is present: the same power of the darkness is a means of purification because we are more capable of seeing the light. The darknesses cannot win over the light. We know that our Lord leads things in goodness: and uses the sufferings and the same sins of man because a greater goodness results. When one hundred years ago the temporal power fell, the Pope seemed like a prisoner. "The end of the Papacy," screamed the modest means of social communications of that time. Instead, a great season of the papacy was about to be communicated. And the same loss of power contributed to it. Not that we must salute the politicians of that time as liberaters of the Church: it is that God uses some of the works of everybody for the good of its people, and that of all humanity. It will also be like this tomorrow (in the future): in our difficulties, one will only consider the light. Our human weakness, isolation, sense of defeat will appear changed by the power of God, as a sign of glory in his city. It is in the light of the cross of the Lord that the night becomes lighted. I am not a pessimist, I only reveal that the time has been made dark because the shadow of the cult of material things extends throughout the world. I have always noticed that in general the theological errors derive from marxist polution... ."
 
(From: Pensiero del Cardinale Giuseppe Siri tratto dalla rivista "Renovatio", VI, 1970 A.D.)
 
 
Related Links:

The Whole Church Has Never Doubted Election Of Gregory XVII

Cardinal Manning's Imperative Book on End Times (Pope in Exile)

 

 

Blessed be St. Peter, Prince of the Apostles!

 

 

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June is the Month the Church Dedicates to the

Sacred Heart and the Most Blessed Sacrament


June 1: FIRST FRIDAY/St. Angela Merici Virgin, Double.

June 2: FIRST SATURDAY/Commemoration of Ss. Marcellinus, Peter, and Erasmus Bishop, Martyrs.

 

June 3: II Sunday after Pentecost, Double.

June 4: St. Francis Caracciolo Confessor, Double.

June 5: St. Boniface Bishop and Martyr, Double.

June 6: St. Norbert Bishop and Confessor, Double.

June 7: Feria

June 8: Sacred Heart of Jesus, Double of the I Class.

June 9: Commemoration of Ss. Primus and Felician Martyrs.

 

June 10: III Sunday after Pentecost, Double; Commemoration of St. Margaret, Queen of Scotland, Widow.

June 11: St. Barnabas Apostle, Greater Double.

June 12: St. John of San Facundo Confessor, Double; Commemoration of Ss. Basilides, Cyrinus, Nabor and Nazarius Martyrs.

June 13: St. Anthony of Padua Confessor, Double.

June 14: St. Basil the Great Bishop, Confessor, and Doctor of the Church, Double.

June 15: Commemoration of Ss. Vitus, Modestus, and Crescentia Martyrs.

June 16: Feria

 

June 17: IV Sunday after Pentecost, Double.

June 18: St. Ephraem Syrus Deacon, Confessor, and Doctor of the Church, Double; Commemoration of Ss. Mark and Marcellianus Martyrs.

June 19: St. Juliana Falconieri Virgin, Double; Commemoration of Ss. Gervase and Protase Martyrs.

June 20: Commemoration of St. Silverius Pope and Martyr.

June 21: St. Aloysius Gonzaga Confessor, Double.

June 22: St. Paulinus Bishop and Confessor, Double

June 23: Vigil of The Nativity of St. John the Baptist.

 

June 24: V Sunday after Pentecost, Double; Commemoration of The Nativity of St. John the Baptist.

June 25: St. William Abbot, Double.

June 26: Ss. John and Paul Martyrs, Double.

June 28: St. Irenaeus Bishop and Martyr, Double; Commemoration of the Vigil of Ss. Peter and Paul.

June 29: Ss. Peter and Paul Apostles, Double of the I Class.

June 30: Commemoration of St. Paul Apostle, Greater Double; Commemoration of St. Peter Apostle.

Note: Pope St. Pius V's papal bulla Regnans in Excelsis deposes the pretend queen Elizabeth I and lays England under interdict. Pius V declares "the servant of wickedness" Elizabeth, to be a heretic and releases all her subjects from any allegiance to her. The timeless papal condemnation against the monstrous usurping Elizabethan government [100% PHONY "current British monarchy"] is posted in both English and Latin. -ED
"Ascension of Christ" by Luca della Robbia, 1446 - Location: Duomo of the Santa Maria del Fiore, Florence, Italy (You can read more about this sacred day at: www.aihmary.com/433753005)

Latest comments

13.06 | 18:08

Regularized... meaning he was removed of any censor for receiving ordination outside of the Catholic Church, and was formally approved by the Pope (Gregory XVII) to offer Catholic (True) Sacraments, for the Church. (He received canonical mission.)

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12.06 | 02:51

what is meant by regularized? If you were ordained in the Tridentine Rite that
should be good enough and certainly valid. Why regularized?
DL

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10.06 | 09:57

Read the book "Life of St. Margaret Queen of Scotland", posted here, whose holy feast day it is today!

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07.06 | 10:20

Wow, there was a precedent to our situation . . . thank you for this link.

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