Are You Now, Or Have You Ever Been, A Traditional Catholic?

Traditional Catholicism

Hattip to Father ZFrom those wackily brilliant folks at Badger Catholic.

11 Responses to Are You Now, Or Have You Ever Been, A Traditional Catholic?

  • I love this. I know some people can be put off by some of us “Trads” (even I am put off by some Trads) but this is funny.

  • I am trying to be!
    Ave Maria!

  • Made me smile THANKS!

  • One correction–surely the Miraculous Medal is the gateway to the Scapular? I have a couple of Miraculous Medals but no Scapulars, and the people I know who have Scapulars definitely already have Miraculous Medals.

  • Fantastic!
    I love the the Scapula assumption.
    Thanks for passing this on!
    Thanks TAC & Donald.
    :)

  • If they come home reeking of incense and you don’t intervene,
    they’ll end up blaring the Pater Nostra and the Credo from their stereos and even getting a Palestrina tattoo. Then it’s too late. They are lost!

  • I took my 5 year old (almost 6) to the 9PM “Midnight” TLM at St. Boniface on Christmas Eve. In between three trips to the restroom and one to the water fountain, he turned around several times and looked for the schola whose singing was magnificent.

  • We feel very privileged. Our parish is Holy Rosary in Cedar Michigan. Fr. Donald Libby ( prior to the priesthood he was Fr. John Hardon’s secretary ) ordained on July 16th 2005, celebrates TLM at 11am each Sunday.
    What a crime it would be if a new Shepard of our Holy Church started discouraging this Holy rite.
    Beautiful mass at midnight….12am:)
    Peace to All.

  • Soon they’ll expect midnight mass to actually be ……at midnight.
    Nice post.

  • exNOAAman.
    Strange isn’t it?
    The more comfortable we can make ourselves trumps small sacrifices to honor Our Lord.

    In our great grandfather’s time midnight
    was midnight! Not 9pm.
    Oh well…someone will quote Jesus; “I desire Mercy not sacrifice.” ( my misquote doesn’t count. :) )

  • The vigil Mass at our favorite church was at 4:30. It’s a rough neighborhood. The archdiocese doesn’t want anyone to get killed so there aren’t any night masses.

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