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Christ Has Risen from the Dead!

May 19, 2017

Christ has risen from the dead!

Christ has risen from the dead...

By His death, He conquered death...

And to those in the grave He bestowed life!

Roman Rite Consecration Prayer

Take and eat this (HOC)   for this is my Body...

Take and drink from this chalice. 

(From hic and thus from HOC my broken Body)

In hic is my salutary Blood of the new and eternal testament (covenant)...the chalice of my Blood, which is shed for you and for many unto the forgiveness of sin.  (Fr. Stedman Sunday Missal Explained, p. 52)

Prayer of St. John Chrysostom

I believe, O Lord, and I confess, that Thou art truly the Christ, the Son of the living God, who didst come into the world…

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WHY SHOULD WE GO TO CHURCH?

March 23, 2017

Misericordia 

Gratias

Is the greatest salutary Theophany of the Mass (as experienced by Sr. Lucia at her convent in Tuy, Spain in 1929) the key to the Third Secret?  This vision where the words “Misericordia” and “Gratias” were actually spelled out alongside the vision substantiates the exegesis of “gratias” employed in this book. 

The Mass is “gratias” and “misericordia.” “Gratias” means “graces,” not “thanks.”  The first part of the Mass, like unto the Old Dispensation, petitions God’s mercy (misericordia).   

The Jerusalem Temple, the only “touch-down” point of God on earth, was characterized by the Mercy Seat.  One came here to encounter God’s …

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Why Did the Son of God Come Down to Earth?

October 4, 2016

Why did the Son of God [Who is Himself God] come down to earth?

Had Christ come to earth solely to suffer and die at Calvary, in time, He would have been forgotten or become merely an historical figure of a different kind.  Christ Himself indicated He did not want to be merely remembered when He taught His Apostles the words of worship: “Do this into my memory” (spoken at the Consecration of the bread and wine into the Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Christ; at every validly executed Mass).…

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The Sacred Heart and the Precious Blood of Jesus

July 7, 2016

What Kind of Catholic Are You?

Only the Catholics of Apostolic tradition refer to the sacred heart and to the precious blood of Jesus. Why? There is this major difference.

From the earliest days, "Protest-tants" denied that the bread and wine, once consecrated by the actions of Christ's validly ordained priest, truly becomes the Body and Blood of Christ, while retaining the appearance of bread and wine.

To deny this truth is to become a heretic. To deny this truth is to Forego Catholici…

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Canonized Latin Mass

September 29, 2015

Each month, MAETA sponsors a Canonized Latin Mass Divine Liturgy--one for the living and one for the Souls in Purgatory.  These Masses are celebrated by a priest ordained in the Sacrament of Holy Orders, as it was before Vatican Two; and he prays the Canonized Latin Mass as it was prescribed before Vatican Two.  Those on the Prayer List will share in the benefits of these Masses.  As a thank you, every donator is added to the Prayer List. 

 

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In Memory - Rev. Paul Trinchard

August 28, 2015
It is with sad news that we announce Rev. Paul Trinchard passed away on August 23, 2015, at the age of 83.  Beloved son of the late Septimus Paul and Marie Antoinette Schafers Trinchard.  Preceding him in death were his sisters Adele Kaupp and Marie Blaum, and niece Debra West.  Survived by sister, Mercedes West, brother-in-law Al Blaum, and nephews Irving, Paul, Dennis and Michael West.

Ordained a Jesuit priest June 7, 1966, Fr. Trinchard served in an ad…

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A Priest for Our Times

August 9, 2015

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 from Loyola University with a degree in physics and had been working in the aerospace industry when he answer his call to the priesthood. Thus began his introduction and indoctrination into Rogerianism and liberalism, leading him to become a Novus Ordo priest.

Despite his Latin Rite ordination to “say Mass for the living and the dead” and to …

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Fatima Curse?

August 9, 2015

As Secretary of State before ascending the papal throne as Pope Pius XII, Eugenio Pacelli confided to his friend, Count Galeazzi:

"Suppose, dear friend, that Communism was only the most visible of the instruments of subversion to be used against the Church and the traditions of Divine Revelation....This persistence of Mary about the dangers which menace the Church is a divine warning against the suicide of altering the Faith, in its liturgy, its theology and its soul."
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