(April 9th, 2013 - Feast of St. Mary of Egypt)
In Today's Catholic World has been in contact with True Catholics in Ireland practically since its inception. The Irish are some of the kindest people in the world. Nothing good ever comes easy ... Irishmen have been *persecuted for centuries, and as a result (traditionally) their Faith
has only shined brighter.
*The image shows fervent Irish Catholics attending a catacomb type Mass in the midst of the Protestant English persecution
for all our True Catholic readers, we are posting an excellent book entitled: "Memorials of Those who Suffered for the Catholic faith in Ireland in the 16th, 17th and 18th Centuries". This compelling, hard-to-put-down book (collected from the original authorities)
details the heroic Catholic martyrs of Ireland during the satanic English persecution. It was published by the Catholic Book Company Burns & Oates in 1868. (Click to download text)
Note: we added a new page called "Catholic
Ireland" (view) which will include much Irish content.
Click: to see how to fulfill your Mass obligation and about valid Confessions during this, the Apostasy.
To view other posts/videos on this newest section to our site ("Learn Outdoor Skills: Fishing & Hunting+"), go to: https://www.tcwblog.com/182861454
An Indulged "Prayer to Our Lady of Sorrows for a Happy Death" was added to this page [scroll up to view it].
July is the Month the Church Dedicates to the Most Precious Blood. See the July 2020 Liturgical Calendar for the True Catholic Church here: https://tinyurl.com/Cal-July-2020
Yes. You are referring to Pope Eugenius' decree [Bull. Rom. Pont., V, 67] in 1442, which was reiterated in 1555 by Pope Paul IV. You likely noticed the quotation marks on the word "Mayor", in the post, in reference to the Marxist deicide.