A History

Some of My Personal Experiences:    See Below

If you are a Catholic in this day and age (practicing or not) you probably have noticed the massive disarray in the Catholic Church. Few people go to Mass or receive the sacraments regularly if at all anymore, and those who do attend Mass can immediately notice the changes, the laxity and lack of devoutness when comparing to the Mass of many years ago. There is also a lack of priests and nuns and scandals surround many of them in the news. It is very discouraging to say the least. What happened ?





15 Beware of false prophets, who come to you in the clothing of sheep, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.

16 By their fruits you shall know them. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistle ? (Matthew 7: 15 -16)

24 For there shall arise false Christs and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders, insomuch as to deceive (if possible) even the elect. (Matthew 24: 24)


A. The Beginning                                   B.  Early Years

We Begin at the time of the Old Testament:

15) And the Lord took man, and put him in a paradise of pleasure, to dress and keep it.    16) And commanded him, saying: Of every tree of paradise thou shalt eat. 17) But the tree of knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt not eat. For in what day so ever thou shalt eat of it, thou shalt die the death. Then the Lord cast a deep sleep upon Adam: and when he was fast asleep, he took one of his ribs, and filled up flesh for it. And then the Lord filled the rib, which he took from Adam, into a woman: and brought her to Adam.        (Genesis 2: 15, 16, 17, 22)

1) Now the serpent was more subtle than any of the beasts of the earth which the Lord God had made. And he said to the woman: Why hath God commanded you, that you should not eat of every tree of paradise2) And the woman answered him, saying: Of the fruit of the trees that are in paradise we do eat: 3) But of the fruit of the tree which is in the midst of paradise, God hath commanded us that we should not eat; and that we should not touch it, lest perhaps we die. 4) And the serpent (Lucifer) said to the woman: No, you shall not die the death. 5) For God doth know that in what day so ever you shall eat thereof, your eyes shall be opened: and you shall be as Gods, knowing good and evil. Meaning: “Do your own will.”             (Genesis 3: 1 – 5)

Adam squandered the first opportunity and he lost it for the whole human race. After the redemption through Jesus Christ each human being would be personally and solely responsible whether or not he would dwell in heaven. It is fitting that the Woman, Who brought the Redeemer into this world, should be the hostess, as it were, to welcome all those good noble souls, Her Son enabled to find the way into heaven. (Catholic Devotions)

We can see our first parents were very weak, but just ask yourself would we of been any different from them. But Our Lord, who is our Creator still loved His creations, and would give us another chance, but this time he gave us His Mother . When Jesus therefore had seen his Mother and the disciple standing whom He loved, He said to his Mother: Woman, behold thy son.                   (St. John 19: 26)


We were taught by the “Sisters of Charity Nun’s “ from Boston, Ma. Even though we were taught Catechism with the nuns, it was taken for granted, that we were supposed to be one’s that should have known and kept the Faith. When we went out to face the world a review of our Religion Then came Vatican II in 1962, and with it came the many changes in the Catholic Church. With the following years before was were to become disastrous. We are now in the era fun & joy and of course it settled into Materialism. God’s Commandment “Remember to keep holy the Sabbath day.” . . . Sunday is the Lord’s Day, was given to us to focus on attending Mass and being a day of rest to spend with one’s family. But the attending of Sunday Mass now became a Sunday of shopping and sports, with even less and less attention to serving God.

1) Even in high school there was nothing ever mentioned to us about the moral problems that teenagers could come across. There was no type of family education that would have been before and after Marriage helpful.

2) When I grew up I never heard of those stories concerning a Priest that were in scandal (sexual abuse), not until in later years. In those days if one ever accused a Priest of these deviations, your parent would not believe you.

3) I never heard any of the nuns mention to us, not to associate with Protestants and not to get involved in marrying them either.

4) Then there were many mixed marriages. But however, while in many of those couples not being of the same religion, it usually happened that the Catholic would go to spouse’s Church or would leave altogether, in such case the children would loose their teaching of God.

5) With all the false teachings that were given to us by false teachers, we were cheated out of our Religion over all the years. Upon what was happening, became the main source why Catholics lost their Faith.

6) Then there were the Apparitions of Our Lady, which most us never heard of. The Apparitions of Our Lady of Good Success – – – Our Lady of La Salette – – – Our Lady of Lourdes and our Lady of Fatima and etc., also some of the Saints those who explained everything we had to know.

7) Concerning the Mass I will be honest with you to say, and ashamed to say, that I truly didn’t understand the meaning of the Mass at that time. Which is, that the Holy Mass is the Sacrifice of the Body and Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Who Offers Himself on the Altar, through the Priest, in the same manner as He offered Himself on the Cross to save the world. One can imagine that other Catholics in those days were in the same position as I was. And now . . . what of those who are living in these times.

8) Then came the time that we were going to be on our own and raise our own families. “Are we to blame ourselves for ignorance of the most important part of ourFAITH. ?


               A) Loss of Faith      B) Transubstantiation                      C) Evolution


A) Loss of Faith : Who would believed how we could be fooled. The best example was when they got us to follow the Mass when the Priest started facing us, why couldn’t those Priests realize that facing the Cross, that Transubstantiation brings Our Lord down from the Cross. How could those Priests of the old days, who just gave up and left or even remained with the New Order of the Mass? Had they forgotten that the whole Catholic Faith The Holy and Divine Liturgy, because the Church’s whole liturgy finds its . . . 1376 The Council of Trent summarizes the Catholic faith by declaring: . . . This change the holy Catholic Church has fittingly and properly called Transubstantiation. “206”.

B) Transubstantiation: in the Catholic Faith is understood, the conversion of the substance of the Eucharistic elements into the Body and Blood of Christ at Consecration in the Holy Mass, only the appearances of bread and wine still remaining. “Don’t pray at the Holy Massbut pray the Holy Mass” His Holiness, St. Pope Pius X “For this was I born, and for this came I into the world; that I should give testimony to the truth. Every one that is of the truth, heareth my voice.” (John 18: 37)

c) Evolution: Human evolution is the THEORY OF a claimed lengthy process of change by which people originated from apelike ancestors. There is ZERO Scientific evidence / proof to show that the physical and behavioral traits shared by all people has originated from apelike ancestors. There are “pseudo-scientist” (Atheists) who want us to believe, that we have evolved from a monkey, fish or blob and ‘evolved’ over a period of approximately six million years. I am still waiting to hear whether these “scientists” have evolved the first talking monkey. Catholics KNOW that the human body is the great creation by God the Father Himself and all he asked of us was to Know Him, Love Him and to Serve Him.


   1 Faith     2 The Faith And Tradition     3) Dogma   4) Modernism      5) Oath of Modernism

       6) Papal Infallibility     7) Were We Deceived      8) Our Lady of La Salette Mentioned

9) Our Lady Of La Salette — On Materialism

POPE BENEDICT XV . . . Let nothing new be introduced, but only what has been handed down.  FAITH Is concerned with many things which we cannot perceive our senses and cannot grasp with our understanding.

1) Faith

Christian Faith is the firm conviction, arrived at with the Grace of God, that everything what Jesus Christ taught on earth is true, as well as everything, which the Catholic Church teaches by the commission she has received from Him. The Christian Faith of the family starts at home, as children grow up it is necessary for them to be taught their religion; they receive this with a true Catholic Catechism and Home Schooling. Even though one is taught Catechism, one still has to compete with materialism and the electronic world that is corrupting the generations of today. I am a firm believer for one to have a strong Faith, it is necessary to have:

a) a sound basic knowledge of the Catholic Faith,

b) a pure conscience,

c) a strong will power, a solid conviction. This is a sure way to succeed.

2) The Faith And Tradition

Now the truths of our faith were received even by Jesus Himself as a tradition or handing down from His Father. Jesus answered them, and said, “My doctrine is not mine but His that sent me.” (John 7:16) Jesus said to them, “Amen, Amen I say to you, the Son cannot do anything of Himself, but what He seeth the Father doing: for what things soever He doth, these the Son also doth in like manner.” – (John 5:19) “For I have not spoken of myself; but the Father who sent me, He gave me commandment what I should say and what I should speak.” – (John 12:49) Likewise, Our Lord hands the Faith down to us as a tradition through those of our lawful superiors who are obedient to the Faith. “Because the words which thou gavest to me, I have given to them.” – (John 17:8)   “Remember to keep holy the Sabbath day.” . . .

3) Dogma

                  a) Holy Trinity               b) The Resurrection    c) The Blessed Sacrament


a) Holy Trinity: The greatest Mystery of the Church is Three Persons in one God. We cannot, with our feeble understanding, grasp the doctrine of the Blessed Trinity, and it is therefore, called a Mystery. Here is an idea, take a sheet of typing paper folding twice in equal pieces making one piece, when opened you have three sections.

b) The Resurrection: It is miraculous. No natural power can bring it about. Nature causes by generation, never restoring it. Hence, while it is true that the separated soul naturally tends to be united to the body, nature itself cannot bring about a reunion. Divine power is required.

c) The Blessed Sacrament: The presence of the Body and Blood of Christ under the appearance of bread and wine is a Mystery, because our feeble reason cannot comprehend it. This is a personal grace that our Lord gave to us. The Eucharist in a special way causes us to attain heavenly glory. Then Jesus said to them: Amen, amen I say unto you: Except you eat the flesh of the Son of man, and drink his blood, you shall not have life in you. (John 6:54)

4) Saint Pius X On Modernism

(The liberal theological tendency of Protestantism in the 19th –  20th century).

St. Pope Pius X warned us about Modernism and fought trying to dispense those, who were responsible, but never completely eradicated those responsible. One of the most treasured doctrines of the Roman Papacy is that of Infallibility. This dogma was issued by Pope Pius IX and was approved and defined by the Vatican I Council in 1870. The Council Document declares that: when the Roman Pontiff speaks ex catherdra . . . he possesses, by the divine assistance promised to him in blessed Peter, that Infallibility, which the Divine Redeemer willed His Church to enjoy in defining doctrine concerning faith or morals. Therefore, such definitions of the Roman Pontiff are of themselves, and not by the consent of the Church, irredeemable (“First Dogmatic . . . ,” 1870, 4.9).

5) Oath of Saint Pius X On Modernism

I promise that I shall keep all these articles faithfully, entirely, and sincerely, and guard them inviolate, in no way deviating from them in teaching or in any way in word or in writing. Thus I promise, this I swear, so help me God . . . The Oath Against Modernism – traditionalcatholic.net Full Script.

Here is a good example : Two good friends of mine who since passed away mentioned to me about two Priest who were brothers: Traditional Priests: Fathers Jack and John. It was said that these two priest were very holy, and then came Vatican II. Fr. Jack who became Bishop and was involved with the Council sent his brother Fr. John to the U.S.A. to study the New Mass. When Fr. John came back from the U.S.A. he told someone that he was sick and tired of Protestantism, but fortunately never left and probably lost his FAITH. Actually Carol had to correct him for a couple of heresies that he spoke of in Church. The following Sunday in his homily he said: “I’m not the only heretic here”. When he left he had asked Carol to pray for him. He since had passed away.

6) Papal Infallibility

The Pope is preserved from the possibility of error “When, in the exercise of his office as shepherd and teacher of all Christians, in virtue of his supreme apostolic authority, he defines a doctrine. The dogmatic definition of papal infallibility says that a pope has “full and supreme power of jurisdiction over the whole Church” and when he “speaks ex cathedra, that is, when, in the exercise of his office as shepherd and teacher of all Christians, in virtue of his supreme apostolic authority, he defines a doctrine concerning faith or morals to be held by the whole Church, he possesses, by the divine assistance promised to him in blessed Peter, that infallibility which the divine Redeemer willed his Church to enjoy in defining doctrine concerning faith or morals.” Thus papal infallibility doesn’t mean that a pope is infallible in absolutely everything he says or does. Instead, certain conditions must exist first: he must be speaking “ex cathedra,” and he must be speaking on something specific to the faith or morals of the church. This assertion of papal infallibility will create a great deal of controversy, both inside and outside the Catholic Church. Many Catholics will abandon the church because of it, including some leaders. Many non-Catholics will criticize the Vatican and Pope Pius IX (1846-1878) for assuming far too much authority and power for themselves.

7) Were We Deceived






1) Over 50 (1962) years ago John XXIII initiated the Second Vatican Council. He said it was time to “throw open the windows of the church and let the fresh air of the spirit blow through.”

2) The Papal Tiara is a sign of a true authority, was given by Paul VI on Nov. 13th, 1964, to the United Nations, which then sold it.

3) Then there was the intention of Pope Paul VI, with regard to what is now commonly called the “New Mass”, to reform the Catholic Liturgy in such a way, that it should almost coincide with the Protestant liturgy. Into the Concillium, the group for the construction of the New Mass, Pope Paul VI invited six (6) Protestant advisers, besides the main participants under presidency of Fr. Annibale Bugnini, the main author of the Novus Ordo  Missae (New Mass).

4) In 1972, on the feast of St’s. Peter and Paul, Pope Paul VI delivered a sermon that startled the world, he had the feeling that “from some fissure the “Smoke of Satan” had entered the temple of God.”

5) On Sept 28, 1978 Pope John Paul I died suddenly after reigning only just 33 days.

6) John Paul II was a man of the world and not of God.

7) Benedict XVI. The Pope ends state of limbo after 800 years: Babies who die before being baptized will no longer be trapped in limbo following a decision by the Pope to abolish the concept from Roman Catholic teaching.

8) “No Hell”: Francis A hell without fire and brimstone. That’s the Roman Catholic Church’s latest view on what life in thereafter might be like. And it straight from the Pope made the statement yesterday in the Vatican City. At this morning’s mass at the basilica of St. John’s, news of the Pope’s statement caught most of the people completely by surprise. ” The Pope said what? ” asked one man. “I’d have to see it before I believe it.” “No Hell”: Pope – Canada – CBC News

h) Our Lady of La Salette Mentioned

“All the civil governments will have one and the same plan, which will be to abolish and do away with every religious principle, to make way for materialism, atheism, spiritualism and vice of all kinds. In the year 1865, there will be desecration of holy places. In convents, the . . .devil will make himself like the king of all hearts. May those in charge of religious communities be on their guard against the people they must receive, for the devil will resort to all his evil tricks to introduce sinners in to religious orders, for disorder and the love of carnal pleasures will be spread all over the earth.

8) Our Lady Of La Salette – – – On Materialism

1) Materialism is defined as “the preoccupation with material things rather than intellectual or spiritual things.” If a Christian is preoccupied with material things, it is definitely wrong. That is not to say we cannot have material things, but the obsession with acquiring and caring for “stuff” is a dangerous thing for the Christian.

2) Men shall be lovers of themselves, covetous, haughty, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, ungrateful, wicked.               (2 Timothy 3:2) May blind spirits .  .  . ” be illumined by the light of truth and justice,” Pope Pius XI asked during the Marian feasts of the Jubilee of the Redemption, “so that those who have gone astray into error may be brought back to the straight path, that a just liberty may be granted the Church every where, and that an era of peace and true prosperity may come upon all the nations. But the world, which today affords so many justifiable reasons for pride and hope, is also undergoing a terrible temptation to materialism which has been denounced by Our Predecessors and Ourselves on many occasions. This materialism is not confined to that condemned philosophy which dictates the policies and economy of a large segment of mankind. It rages also in a love of money which creates ever greater havoc as modern enterprises expand, and which, unfortunately, determines many of the decisions which weigh heavy on the life of the people. It finds expression in the cult of the body, in excessive desire for comforts, and in flight from all the austerities of life. It encourages scorn for human life, even for life which is destroyed before seeing the light of day. This materialism is present in the unrestrained search for pleasure, which flaunts itself shamelessly and tries, through reading matter and entertainments, to seduce souls which are still pure. It shows itself in lack of interest in one’s brother, in selfishness which crushes him, injustice which deprives him of his rights — in a word, in that concept of life which regulates everything exclusively in terms of material prosperity and earthly satisfaction.


1) Blind Obedience    2) Obedience And The Faith

3) Infiltration   4) Some Rotten Fruits Of Vatican II

1) Blind Obedience 

Many people believe that true obedience is blind. That is, they believe if a person in authority makes a decision or gives a command, that decision of command should be followed without question, simply because a person in authority gave it. Within the Catholic Church, many laity believe that whatever a priest or bishop says should be followed without question. With all the years, that have passed by since Vatican II started, the Church (counterfeit) is in total disarray. From the time Vatican II began, they slowly penetrated on our obedience to the Catholic Church. Those that were supposed to defend our Faith are the cause of its destruction. They at the top, that are involved in false religions ( Rome) are paving the way to join those religions.

2) Obedience And The Faith:

 It is the teaching of the Church that obedience is part of justice, one of the four cardinal virtues, which are in turn subordinate to the theological virtues of faith, hope and charity. Faith is greater than obedience ! Therefore, if obedience acts to harm the faith, then a Catholic has a duty not to obey his superior. “Now sometimes the things commanded by a superior are against God, therefore superiors are not to be obeyed in all things.” St. Thomas Aquinas, Doctor of the Church. – Summa Theoligica II-IIQ. 104 – “But though we , or an angel from heaven, preach a gospel to you besides that which we have preached to you, let him be anathema.” (Galatians 1: 8) Lord that which also I handed down to you.” (Corinthians 11 : 23)

3) Infiltration

Over the many years they (the elite of Satan) have been gradually destroying the Catholic Church piece by piece, they knew they couldn’t destroy the church from the outside but only from within. When Maximilian Kolbe first came to Rome, in 1917, he saw a parade, a public manifestation of Freemasons. They were carrying placards and on their placards it was written: “Satan will rule from the Vatican. The Pope will be his slave.” How would they bring that about? What was their program? It was the Freemasons themselves who declared with the utmost arrogance: “We are going to destroy the Church by means of holy obedience.” It is easy to understand what we were told by the Apparitions of La Salette and Fatima namely that we are on course according to the Prophecies. Catholics of my generation have lost the Faith, and it seems they want to stay in the counterfeit church. Today I can understand why the children are at a loss mostly because of the modernistic teaching they receive, even the school education is a fraud. After all these years I have come to the conclusion for some of the reasons why people lost the Faith.

a) They are believing that there is only one God. (False) 1st Commandment – I am the Lord Thy God Thou shalt not have strange Gods before me.

b) They also believe that everyone’s religion is the same. (False) The True Church is One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic.

c) In a truly amazing reversal that has occurred since Vatican II, Catholic (and others) now believe in the Doctrine of Universal Salvation). Everyone is saved; not one goes to hell. If you don’t believe this has happened, just go to the typical (Novus Ordo) funeral. There the deceased are (canonized) on the spot and declared to be enjoying heavenly bliss in God’s presence. And heaven forbid that there should be any mention of hell or purgatory. (Daily Catholic)

d) A good friend of mine had mentioned to me one time, if everyone’s going to heaven, what would be the sense of even going to church.

e) At the New Mass the people enjoy there service in English, and don’t realize that the True Mass was always said in Latin because (Latin) was a dead language and the words of Christ could not be changed. One could visit any Church around the world and go to the True Mass.

f) If you now have any conversation with any our brethren they will tell we must change with the sign of times. Modernism

g) A friend of mind whom I went to school years ago mocks the bible and he is another one that says: “that Hell is on earth”.

h) As I was talking to someone I knew, I had mentioned to him about the Latin Mass, his reply was why was it necessary to receive communion. Everyday. I had asked him do you remember Transubstantiation , I felt there was no reason to continue the conversation.


  4) Some Rotten Fruits Of Vatican II

1) I tried to talk to my sister concerning what was going on with the church, and she said that we have to follow the pope. Now on the other hand my aunt was told by her mother explained about Papal Infallibility and said that the Pope cannot be in error. We know that is false.

2) An older lady told a friend of mine that all religions are equal and all religions have the same God.

3) When I mentioned to one on my friends that Hell exists she said “Nobody believes that anymore”.

4) When my brother-in-law passed away (Anglican) I was so amazed when I saw so many Catholics had gone to receive the meal.

5) Just the other day I met a couple that I knew growing up and attending St. Charles School, and I had asked his wife “Would you still attend church if they allow same sex marriage”? She said that she wouldn’t leave.

6) Carol had met a lady that did go to the Chapel for a few Masses and asked her why she hadn’t returned and she said that she wanted to go along with the crowd.

7) About 5 years ago I tried to explain to my aunt when the Pope spoke on Papal Infallibility, but her mother explained to her, that the Pope can do no wrong.

8) I was having a coffee at a local restaurant and I had asked someone I knew if he was going to the Service (Sunday). He mentioned that he wouldn’t go back until the priest that was there had left. I said to him then you might get a woman for priest — he says: “That’s okay. A Priest should be allowed to be married.” I said: “Christ wasn’t married.” This was his remark: “We weren’t living in those times, maybe he was married.

9) Carol had been involved with the C.W.L. For a few years and on one occasion, the (C.W.L) had invited a gentleman (Protestant). They invited him to attend a Mass and wanted his opinion to become a Catholic. When the service was over they approached him to see what he thought of the Mass, his response was to them: “This service is Protestant.”

10) Since the Catholic school was a long distance, for many of the children never had any Catholicism classes and never went to Sunday school, and never had a chance.

11) There used to be many mixed marriages in those days, but the problem occurs when one of the spouses (Catholic) would not keep the Faith, the children never had any religious training. Our Lady told us on May 13th, 1917 “Do not be afraid, I will not harm you” & “I come from Heaven.



 1) Our Mother  2) Hatred Of The Rosary

3) The Rosary Story  4) Spirituality

Jesus looked down to His mother and John was beside her. (John 1: 26-27) 26 When therefore Jesus had seen His mother and the disciple standing whom He loved, he saith to His mother: Woman, behold thy son.  After that, He saith to the disciple: Behold thy mother. And from that hour, the disciple took her to is own. Since that day Jesus had given to us His mother, and he would do anything for her. This was done at the wedding at Cana, when the porter said there was no wine left, what did Our Lady say. “do as he tells you”. Jesus had not yet performed any miracles yet, but he obeyed His mother. Our Lady is the one who will crush the head of Satan, and Jesus prefers us to pray to His Mother (our mother) as she is the key to our salvation, by means of the Holy Rosary. Begin to follow the life of Jesus through the Rosaries.

2) Hatred Of The Rosary

The most damaging aspect is of the hatred for Our Lady and the Rosary who would have believed that those Priests of old’ would tamper with the Rosary. Next to the Holy Mass is the Holy Rosary (my own experiences below).

{1} I worked in Mulgrave, N.S. In a factory for the production of fish capsules. I had being going to the new mass every Wednesday while I was there, and thought it would be a good idea to promote the Rosary. I would dare to say that I was about 59 and all the others were older than me. One night after the service I had asked Fr. Angus Mac Donald if we could recite the Rosary before Mass, he said I must ask the people, and they were excited to recite them. The saddest memory was when they arrived with there Rosaries in there hands, and the priest said for me not to recite them.

{2} Father Mersereau was living in Moncton at the time in what they called the Castle, which used to be a Convent for nuns. Since Father had lived there we decided to recite the Rosary every Saturday with the residents living there. Well the first Saturday was a hit we had rosaries, brown scapulars, medals and info, and even had two Protestant ladies that also wanted to pray. We were surely surprised the following Saturday as we were going to celebrate Mass. One of the lady’s whose son was there, worked for the Bishop, — now you know the rest of the story.

{3} Carol, myself and a friend of ours Terry had gone to a funeral at the Church. We were there in lots of time not to bother anyone about an hour before. When we started there was an ex-nun who was married, had gone to complain to the Priest yes the same priest ( Fr. Jack . . .) Well he started marching with his hands behind his back and went to end of the church, and coming back, he stopped in front of us, and was about to say (you can’t) something came over him and he left in a hurry.

{4} We had gone to see our lawyer a few years ago. We tried to tell him about what has happened to the Church. We suggested that one should start reciting the Holy Rosary, you should of seen the look on his face. As if he didn’t want to hear about them. Besides that he had two uncles that were Traditional priest, but they got caught in the Vatican II trap.

{5} We were at a Rosary rally in Moncton, N.B. Around 1990 against abortion, there was a nun (N.O.) she said to us and said we were praying the Rosary to loud and that it may offend the Protestants.

{6} We were picketing the Moncton City Hospital an other time against abortion. We had a large image of Our Lady of Guadalupe and there nurses that were very interested on what we had to say. Now that same nun was up in the chapel (hospital) by herself. When she came down to the front of the hospital and said to us I guess I should have been here everybody.”

3) The Rosary Story

 http://movies.thetruemass.org/        http://videos.thetruemass.org


a) Part I Its origin and nature:

b) Part II How to say it:

c)  The Life of Christ:                    by Father Patrick Payton

4) Spirituality

St. Louis DE Montfort (1706):It would hardly be possible for me to put into words how much Our Lady thinks of the Holy Rosary and of how she vastly prefers it to all other devotions. Neither can I sufficiently express how highly she rewards those who work to preach the devotion, to establish it and spread it, nor on the other hand how firmly she punishes those who work against it.         (The Secret of the Rosary, p. 27)



For those who have never receive the Grace to leave the “Counterfeit Church” one must go back to the basic, and pray to Our Lady and pray the Rosary. For myself and Carol and the other friends that I write too, will tell you that the key to Conversion is the Rosary. I had started reciting the rosary more often in around 1996. We left St. Charles (new church) in early 1999. We realize that the Rosary is the only prayer that recites Our Lord’s whole life from the beginning to the end, and every day one can follow Him through the mysteries of each decade.

Our Lady the Mystical Rose

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