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"SISTER SAID" What Did Sister Say?

In the golden days of yesteryear when the good nuns taught in Catholic schools, whatever "Sister said" was accepted as coming from God.
Sister said:
The Church never changes.
The Church never changes.
The Church never changes.
The Mass has to be in Latin.
The Mass has to be in Latin.
The Mass has to be in Latin.
Let us Read and Remember.
Let us Pray.
Has the Church changed?


GET a FREE BOOK with this order: God's Word

PDF DOWNLOADS (Read online/print):

  • The Canonized Mass History & Law    
  • Novus Ordo Condemned     


  • Sacraments Sacrileged
  • Faith Hope Charity
  • Gestating Into Heaven
  • One Holy Catholic Apostolic
  • Keep the Faith
  • The Indulted Mass
  • Matrimony the Sacrament
  • Mass Meditations   
  • Worshipping God in these End Times
  • Guidelines for Going Outside the Church for Mass and Sacraments


$25 for All the Above


  • My Basic Missal  (2nd Edition Latin/English Ordinary)
  • Padre Pio Mass Prayerbook (Latin/English Ordinary)
  • My Sunday Missal  © 1941 original; edited 1998 PB Ordinary & Propers for Sunday


$18 for all three



The FOUR MARKS of the TRUE CHURCH of JESUS CHRIST - Newly Published

One of the last and best of the books written by Fr. Trinchard before his death. Learn what the true "mark of the beast" is. Available as Free Download in PDF format, just click the Download image to the right, a new window will open (Adobe Reader may be required).   

Coming soon in pamphlet style. 




Life Before Death - Now Available in easy-to-download PDF format and Amazon's Kindle Reader.

There's no one like Fr. Trinchard! You'll laugh! You'll cry! as Fr. Trinchard leads you down memory lane of the post-Vatican II revolution. Fr. Trinchard at his best, you will embrace his conversion and love for Divine Liturgy as you read this memorable book!

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“Hail, Mary,” the one and only channel through whom graces come to us, or through whom the Holy Ghost operates, bestowing graces. Through Holy Mary, He operates somewhat as the Second Person of the Trinity operates: through His human nature.

Holy Mary totally loves God and is totally obedient to God’s Will.  God responds and graces her to be Benedicta, the blessed human one through whom Benedictus, God’s full and only Blessing, Jesus Christ, comes as Saviour. 

In God’s mystery of the Mass, the Holy Ghost operates through Benedicta.  Holy Mary is the channel for the graces empowering Christ-priest to bring Christ’s Sacrifice among us in a mystical, sacramental way.

Thus, Christ-priest, acting ex officio in persona Christi, somehow and awesomely acts because of and through Holy Mary, the channel of all graces.  It can also be affirmed that the priest is like unto Mary: but, instead of “Be it done unto me according to God’s Will,” he is challenged to determine: “Be it done by me as God Wills in total obedience by my saying the  Canonized Latin Mass Liturgy.”  

Excerpt from Latin Mass Prayers Explained, p.158


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Listen to Fr. Trinchard in His Own Words . . .

Apostolic Tradition vs. “Living” Tradition
Important distinctions are to be made when defining Tradition. Fr. Trinchard explains how the imposed “living” tradition contradicts the Christ-defined Truth. 

Oblation: the Essence of the Mass 
How do you pray?  Hear Fr. Trinchard explain the oblation aspect of prayer.

Total Length: 4 hours (2 hours each)

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A Priest for Our Times

Fr. Paul Trinchard was ordained a Jesuit priest on June 7, 1966 by Archbishop Philip M. Hanna in the Archdiocese of New Orleans. He had already graduated ...

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