One of the most repulsive aspects of the manifestation of the perfect of the inherent degeneracy of conciliarism’s false doctrines that we are eyewitnesses to in this remarkable moment in the history of salvation as Holy Mother Church lives out the mystical burial of her Divine Founder, Invisible Head and Mystical Bridegroom, Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, is the extent to which they have made it necessary for those who, despite their own sins and failings, seek to defend the Holy Faith to comment on the sewage of heresy, blasphemy, sacrilege, impurity, perversity and vile embrace of every manner of sin imaginable. What is worse yet is the consideration that there will be widespread dissemination of the details of sins that cry out to Heaven for vengeance now that Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s “synod of bishops” on the family has commenced.
I, for one, am not going to offer commentary on every interview that every “bishop” or peritus (expert adviser) gives prior to the weekly summary of events that will be provided by the spinmeisters at the Press Office of the Holy See. It will be enough to offer a summary at the end of each week’s sessions to provide empirical proof of the fact that the participants in these so-called “synod,” which has been convened by an antipope who is the head of false religious sect that is but the counterfeit ape of the Catholic Church, have lost all sense of even a generic sense of moral decency in addition to having lost the Catholic Faith long, long ago. What is sadder yet is that some of the participants in Bergoglio’s synod are young enough to have never had the Catholic Faith at any point in their lives, having been fed the filthy lies of conciliarism from the time they entered a conciliar school or took religious miseducation classes in a parish.
Such a loss of the sense of natural moral decency follows logically after losing the sense of horror of personal sin and what the sins of each man who has ever lived up to this point and who will live until the Second Coming of Christ the King on the Last Day to judge the living and the dead did to the Divine Redeemer once in time during His fearful Passion and Death and to the Church Militant here on the face of this earth. Not to be overlooked in this regard is the extent to which many of those the Argentine Apostate personally selected from the ranks of over three thousand “bishops” worldwide to participate in the current synod have supported the agenda of perversity as cheerleaders or who have been directly involved in it.
There is no need to descend once again into the muck and mire of the details about Godfried Danneels or Walter Kasper, or Timothy Radcliffe or Christoph Schonborn or almost the entire membership of the Swiss and German conciliar “bishops’” conferences, et al., to demonstrate that the currently ongoing “synod of bishops” is all about reaffirming unrepentant sinners in their lives of natural and/or unnatural vice. Most of those participating, save for a handful of “conservative” revolutionaries who will be seen by anti-sedevacantists as “defenders of Catholic Faith and Morals” despite the fact that they support the false doctrines of conciliarism and have offended God greatly as a result (see No Good Guys or Bad Guys, Just Shades of Revolutionaries), do not believe in the inerrancy of Sacred Scripture or, of course, in the immutability of God and His Sacred Deposit of Faith, making them relativists in the doctrinal, moral, pastoral and philosophical realms. The synod is a celebration of sin in the name of “mercy,” “love,” and “compassion” by those who are men of sin.
Perhaps the depravity of the conciliar mind can be reflected by the statement that Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s fellow lay Jesuit, “Father” Federico Lombardi, S.J. (who does bear a slight resemblance to the late Canadian band leader named Guy Lombardo, who had a “Mass of Christian Burial” staged for him at Holy Redeemer Church in Freeport, Long Island, New York, four days after his death on November 5, 1977) issued on Saturday, October 3, 2015, the Feast of Saint Therese of the Child Jesus and of the Holy Face, about the statement made by a then-low ranking official, “Father” Krysztof Olaf Charamsa (see Novus Ordo Watch Wire) in the misnamed conciliar Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (which has been referred to on this site variously as the Congregation for the Deformation of the Faith and the Congregation for the Destruction of the Faith) that was more or less a personal manifesto for unnatural vice while revealing that he is a “proud” participant in the sin of Sodom and has a “partner” in this sin that cries out to Heaven for vengeance. Lombardi’s statement speaks volumes about the extent to which the counterfeit church of conciliarism has made its official, out-of-the-closet “reconciliation” with sodomy and other forms of perverted vice:
With regard to the declarations and interview given by Msgr. Krzystof Charamsa it should be observed that, notwithstanding the respect due to the events and personal situations, and reflections on the issue, the decision to make such a pointed statement on the eve of the opening of the Synod appears very serious and irresponsible, since it aims to subject the Synod assembly to undue media pressure. Msgr. Charamsa will certainly be unable to continue to carry out his previous work in the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith and the Pontifical universities, while the other aspects of his situation shall remain the competence of his diocesan Ordinary. (Spinmeister Lombardi Respects Events and Personal Situations the Declaration of “Mgr.” Charamsa.)
“Notwithstanding the respect due to the events and personal situations”?
Demands made for the open recognition of the “virtues” of sodomite relationships that many conciliar “bishops” have said openly contain “elements of true love” and are worthy of respect?
A supposed “monsignor’s” revelation that he has a “partner” in perverted vice?
This is worthy of “due respect.”
Then again, “Monsignor” Battista Ricca is still the head of the Institutes of Religious Works (the Vatican Bank) after his scandalous participation in the sin of Sodomy while serving in the nunciature in Montevideo, Uruguay, prompting Federico Lombardi to go into overdrive in his efforts at damage-control and spin-doctoring:
Questioned on L'Espresso's cover story on the prominent promotion by Pope Francis of a supposed member of the Vatican "Gay Lobby" (previous post), Fr. Federico Lombardi, Holy See spokesman, called the accusation "untrustworthy" (non attendibile). Not only that, according to journalist Matteo Matzuzzi on Twitter, Lombardi said today that, "the Pope has had the chance to verify whether the accusations against Msgr. Ricca were consistent or not," and that "Pope Francis is aware of the accusations made against Msgr. Ricca but has decided to keep him in his position".
Sandro Magister, the well-known Vaticanist and article author, and L'Espresso (institutionally) fired back:
This was the immediate reply of L'Espresso:
"To Father Lombardi, who defines as 'not trustworthy' what was published regarding Msgr. Ricca, L'Espresso replies reaffirming point by point the facts referred by Sandro Magister in his piece, confirmed by several primary sources and, as a whole, considered at the time of such gravity by the same Vatican authorities that forced them to remove the Monsignor from the Uruguay nunciature, in which he rendered his service, giving scandal to bishops, priests, religious and lay persons in that country.
"It can be added that the Vatican authorities, instead of making up improbable and ad-lib denials, could verify the trustworthiness of all that was published by L'Espresso by simply consulting the exhaustive documentation in their possession on the affair, in particular that related to his time in the Montevideo nunciature. Further documentation is available from the Uruguayan authorities, from security forces to fire brigades. Not to mention the numerous bishops, priests, religious, laymen in Uruguay who were direct witnesses of the scandal and are ready to speak." (On "Gay Lobby", Sandro Magister challenges the Vatican: "We have the evidence".)
This sequence of events, which unfolded in July of 2013 as Jorge Mario Bergoglio was preparing to journey to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, for "World Youth Day" and prompted him to exclaim "Who am I to judge?" when asked about the matter on his flight back to Rome on Monday, July 29, 2013, was one of the few times that I could empathize with Sandro Magister as I know all about trying to convince those who do not want to see the plain evidence before their eyes in such cases. Fortunately, however, everything does get revealed on the Last Day at the General Judgment of the living and the dead, and those who “spun” their stories in this will realize that their supposed “vindication” here is not going to help them at that time if they persist until the end in their shooting the messenger.
Unlike Federico Lombardi and many other conciliar revolutionaries, Saint Paul the Apostle’s Epistle to the Romans did not show "due respect" to those engaged in "shameful affections":
For this cause God delivered them up to shameful affections. For their women have changed the natural use into that use which is against nature. And, in like manner, the men also, leaving the natural use of the women, have burned in their lusts one towards another, men with men working that which is filthy, and receiving in themselves the recompense which was due to their error. And as they liked not to have God in their knowledge, God delivered them up to a reprobate sense, to do those things which are not convenient; Being filled with all iniquity, malice, fornication, avarice, wickedness, full of envy, murder, contention, deceit, malignity, whisperers, Detractors, hateful to God, contumelious, proud, haughty, inventors of evil things, disobedient to parents, foolish, dissolute, without affection, without fidelity, without mercy. Who, having known the justice of God, did not understand that they who do such things, are worthy of death; and not only they that do them, but they also that consent to them that do them. (Romans 1: 18-32.)
Was Saint Paul the Apostle wrong?
Was the Apostle to the Gentiles, who had presided over the stoning of Saint Stephen the Protomartyr and who was on his way to Damascus to persecute Christians there when Our Blessed Lord and Saviour converted him, a Jew, to the true Faith, writing on his own authority or that of God Himself?
Do those engaged in unnatural vice receive in their own bodies the just recompense for their perversity?
Mind you, those are just a few questions.
Writing five hundred years after Saint Peter Damian had written to Pope Leo IX about the problem of perverted priests in the Eleventh Century, Pope Saint Pius V explained the just penalty due clerics caught in the act of unnatural vice:
That horrible crime, on account of which corrupt and obscene cities were destroyed by fire through divine condemnation, causes us most bitter sorrow and shocks our mind, impelling us to repress such a crime with the greatest possible zeal.
Quite opportunely the Fifth Lateran Council [1512-1517] issued this decree: "Let any member of the clergy caught in that vice against nature . . . be removed from the clerical order or forced to do penance in a monastery" (chap. 4, X, V, 31). So that the contagion of such a grave offense may not advance with greater audacity by taking advantage of impunity, which is the greatest incitement to sin, and so as to more severely punish the clerics who are guilty of this nefarious crime and who are not frightened by the death of their souls, we determine that they should be handed over to the severity of the secular authority, which enforces civil law.
Therefore, wishing to pursue with the greatest rigor that which we have decreed since the beginning of our pontificate, we establish that any priest or member of the clergy, either secular or regular, who commits such an execrable crime, by force of the present law be deprived of every clerical privilege, of every post, dignity and ecclesiastical benefit, and having been degraded by an ecclesiastical judge, let him be immediately delivered to the secular authority to be put to death, as mandated by law as the fitting punishment for laymen who have sunk into this abyss. (Pope Saint Pius V, Horrendum illud scelus, August 30, 1568.)
Death, not "respect," "brotherhood" and "mainstreaming" for the sake of "inclusivity," was what Pope Saint Pius V, faithful to the teaching of Saint Paul the Apostle in his Epistle to the Roman cited above, believed should be imposed on the clergy as well as the laity who were caught in "such an execrable crime" that caused him "such better sorrow" shocked his papal mind as he sought to "repress such a crime with the greatest possible zeal."
Jorge Mario Bergoglio and others in the conciliar structures want to provide "respect," "brotherhood" and "acceptance."
Just a slightly different approach, wouldn't you say?
A true pope understood the horror of such a detestable sin on the part of the clergy and sought to administer punishment to serve as a medicinal corrective for other priests and to demonstrate to the laity the horrific nature of such a moral crime.
A false "pope"seeks to appear as an agent of mercy when he is actually an apostle of eternal death.
Mind you, I am not suggesting the revival of this penalty in a world where it would not be understood and where the offender would be made a "martyr" for the cause of perversity, only pointing out the fact that the Catholic Church teaches that clerics and others in ecclesiastical authority who are guilty of serious moral crimes are deserving of punishment, not protection, by their bishops. Such is the difference yet again between Catholicism and conciliarism.
It is shameful that anyone would seek to provide a cover for a man who has such disregard for the honor and glory and majesty of the Most Blessed Trinity and who seeks to indemnify sinners in the name of what is nothing other than a false mercy.
Speaking of other problems within the administration of the Holy See, including rumours of a ‘gay lobby’ within the Vatican, Pope Francis said there are many saintly people working in the Curia but also those who are not so saintly and cause scandals which harm the Church. Quoting from the Catechism of the Catholic Church, he said that people with homosexual tendencies must not be excluded but should be integrated into society. “If a person is gay and seeks God and has good will, who am I to judge him?” he asked. (Francis the Revolutionary holds press conference on flight back from Brazil. See also Francis Says ¡Viva la Revolución!, part three.)
Those five little words, "Who am I to judge?", helped the Homosexual Collective within the structures of the counterfeit church of conciliarism and in the world-at-large to advance their agenda of perversity in the name of "toleration" and "compassion" and "diversity" with more and more boldness.
Remember also that Jorge Mario Bergoglio has protected and promoted and personally endorsed all manner of unapologetic homosexual activitists within the ranks of the structures of his false church, including going so far as to hold the hand of the hand of a homosexual activist named “Father” Luigi Ciotti as they walked up the steps of a Roman church on April 2, 2014:
(See the story at the Call Me Jorge website)
Jorge Mario Bergoglio also kissed the hand of a ninety-three year-old homosexual activist named Don Michele De Paolis when he met with him at the Casa Santa Marta on May 7, 2014 (See Jorge the Kissing Fool.)
Bergoglio has no problem with those who live in lives of unrepentant sins of perversion, and he has no problem with those who promote it, which is why he insisted that language "sensitive" to the needs of practicing sodomites be kept in the final report of last year's "extraordinary synod of bishops" after the passages had failed to receive the necessary two-thirds majority approval from the "bishops" in attednance. Lorenzo Baldiserri (see Modernnists Say Nothing Original) has been kind enough to admit that this is the case, an admission that came shortly before Bergoglio met with a woman who had mutiliated herself in an attempt to become a "man" after she had written to him, a letter that prompted Jorge to offer to pay her travel expenses to the Casa Santa Marta along with her supposed "fiancee" (see Mutilating All Truth.)
Recently, of course, it was revealed that Bergoglio met and embraced with great, joyful enthusiasm a former student of his from Argentina who has been living in a sodomite relationship with another man for nineteen years (see Polluting the Atmosphere With the Smoke of Antichrist, part nine). Krystof Olaf Charamsa simply had his timing off as his statement and video served as a "spoiler" for the ongoing synod's predetermined, precooked results.
Thus it is that the men who have gathered for the “synod of bishops” want to make provide unrepentant sinners, including those who are divorced and civilly “remarried” without a decree of conciliar nullity, outright fornicators, abortionists and those who engaged in perversity, to approach what purports to be Holy Communion in the Protestant and Judeo-Masonic Novus Ordo liturgical service, and “Father” Federico Lombardi, S.J., will be on hand to tell us how the conciliar world is “spinnnnnnning tonight” (apologies to the late liberal former Missouri congressman and radio commentator George Hamilton Combs, see Remembering the Spinning World of Mr. Combs).
In other words, the synod “fathers” from hell believe that it is not necessary to have the wedding garment of Sanctifying Grace in order to receive what purports to be Holy Communion and that there is no contradiction between living in sin, whether natural or unnatural, and being a “good Catholic” who is “deserving” at being “fed” in the Novus Ordo banquet hall.
Writing in The Light of the World, Father Benedict Baur, O.S.B., explained that a Catholic needs to be in a state of Sanctifying Grace to receive Holy Communion and he needs to accept the totality of Catholic doctrine to be a member of the Catholic Church and thus be able to sanctify and to save his immortal soul. Please consider the reflections offered below, especially those parts highlighted in bold, as they serve as a masterful rebuke to what the conciliar revolutionaries believe and how they reaffirm unrepentant sinners in lives that lead to eternal damnation:
1. “Give peace, O lord, to them that patiently wait for Thee,” we prayed last Sunday (Introit). Today we receive the answer of the Lord: “I am the salvation of the people” (Introit). Then before our eyes the gates of heaven are opened, and we see the immense throngs which move forward in an unbroken procession toward heaven. To all these who are called He will bring salvation.
2. The hall of the marriage feast is open, the banquet is ready. For us this means the sacrifice which is prepared at this hour at the celebration of the Mass. The banquet hall is the Christian Church. At Mass, the Lord (Christ) enters the hall and goes about to welcome His guests, to espouse their souls as His bride in an intimate union of prayer and sacrifice. But in order to take part in the banquet it is not enough that one merely enter the hall, that one is baptized; it is essential that one possess also the wedding garment, “the new man who according to God is created in justice and holiness of truth” (Epistle)—freedom from sin and a disposition to obey the commandments of God (Communion). This parable issues a serious warning to all of us who wish to offer the Mass with the priest.
But the banquet of the Mass is not the final meal; it is the introduction to the banquet of eternal communion; that is, of our eternal union with God. We have received the grace of baptism; we are called to His banquet and are granted admission to the hall of the Church. Through our participation in the Eucharist banquet we prepare the way for the true, heavenly banquet. But there is a condition: “Attend, My people, to My law, incline your ears to the words of My mouth” (Introit). At Holy Communion we must be able to say: “Thou hast commanded Thy Commandments to be kept most diligently. Oh that my ways may be directed to keep Thy justifications.”
It must be our serious endeavor to be “prepared in soul and body . . . [to] perform the works that are Thine” (Collect). Therefore the Epistle admonishes us: “Be ye renewed in the spirit of your mind and put on the new man who according to God is created in justice and holiness of truth. Wherefore, putting away lying, speak ye the truth every man with his neighbor, for we are members of one another. . . . Let not the sun go down upon your anger.” Such is the wedding garment, the new man. He who does not wear this garment, cannot take part in the banquet of heaven. He may have a found a place on earth in the hall of the Church, but when the King comes (for judgment at the last day) He will ask: “Friend, how camest thou in hither, not having on a wedding garment?” And then He will command His waiters” “Bind his hands and feet, and cast him into the exterior darkness” (Gospel). The return of Christ at the end of the world will bring the separation of the cockle and the wheat.
3. “I am the salvation of the people,” the salvation of all those who perform their duties faithfully, as they promised to do at their baptism, and who daily “put on the new man.” While celebrating Mass they bury the old man, the man of sin, the man of passion, the man of evil habits; and they devote themselves to Christ, to God, to God’s will and commandments. They live according to the will of God and for His honor. Thus they daily put on the new man through celebration of the Mass. They enrich their wedding garment always more and more, and they make themselves ready to partake of the Holy Sacrifice. Here the words of the Offertory are fulfilled, “Thou wilt quicken me, O Lord; . . . and Thy right hand shall save me.”
1. The liturgy today leads us into the brilliantly lit and festively decorated banquet hall, which is thronged with guests dressed in resplendent wedding garments, awaiting the arrival of the King. The hall is the Church; we, the baptized, are the guests. The wedding garment is the garment of sanctifying grace. We are all waiting for the arrival of the Lord, the King.
2. “Be ye renewed in the spirit of your mind and put on the new man, who according to God is created in justice and holiness in truth” (Epistle). The nearer the day of the return of the Lord approaches, the more insistent become the admonitions of the Church: “You know not the day nor the hour” (Matt. 25:13). “As in the days of Noe, so shall also the coming of the Son of Man be. For as in the days before the flood they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, even till that day in which Noe entered into the ark, and they knew not till the flood came and took them all away; so also shall the coming of the Son of Man be. . . . Watch ye, therefore, because ye know not at what hour your Lord will come” (Matt. 24: 34 ff.). The Church wishes that we that we be ready when the Lord comes at the hour of our death. We shall be ready if we wear the wedding garment of sanctifying grace. We shall be ready if we renew our inner disposition, if at each Mass, at each Holy Communion, at each sincere prayer, at each stimulation of grace, we put on the new man in our thoughts, our judgment, our will, and our actions.
In the Christian life there is only one direction, forward and upward. If we fail to progress, if we cease to exert ourselves every day and every moment, we shall lose ground, we shall revert to the old man, to separation from god. We shall be ready to meet the King if we strive incessantly and do not weaken. That is what the Epistle means when it admonishes: “Be ye renewed.” The Church fears that we might become weak, that we might neglect grace and thus lose our wedding garment of sanctifying grace. She fears that, like the foolish virgins, we may go to meet the Lord without the necessary oil in our lamps. She fears lest, when the bridegroom comes, we shall not be ready and we shall be excluded. “I know you not.”
“The kingdom of heaven is likened to a king who made a marriage for his son. . . . And the marriage was filled with guests. And the king went into see the guests, and He saw there a man who had not a wedding garment, and he saith to him: Friend how camest though in hither, not having on a wedding garment? But he was silent” (Gospel). It is not sufficient that we have come to the banquet hall of the Church; a wedding garment is also required. It is not enough that we have received baptism and have accepted the Christian faith; we must live according to the gospel; we must live a life of justice and holiness; we must possess sanctifying grace and Christian virtues. “Wherefore, putting away lying, speak ye the truth every man with his neighbor, for we are members one of another. Be angry and sin not. Let not the sun go down on your anger. Give not place to the devil. He that stole, let him steal no more, but rather let him labor, working with his hands the thing which is good, that he may have something to give to him that suffereth need. Let no evil speech proceed from your mouth, but that which is good, to the edification of faith, that it may administer grace to the hearers. . . . Let all bitterness, and anger, and indignation, and clamor, and blasphemy be put away from you, with all malice. And be ye kind one to another, merciful, forgiving one another, even as God hath forgiven you in Christ. . . . But fornication and all uncleanness or covetousness, let it not so much as be named among you, as becometh saints (Eph. 4:25-29; 5:3).
3. The wedding banquet to which we are invited is Holy Communion. But the Apostle gives us a grave warning: “Therefore whosoever shall eat this bread or drink the chalice of the Lord unworthily, shall be guilty of the body and of the blood of the Lord. But let a man prove himself, and so let him eat of that bread and drink of the chalice. For he that eateth and drinketh unworthily, eateth and drinketh judgment to himself, not discerning the body of Lord (I. Cor. 11:27-29).
The wedding to which we are invited is the blessed possession of God. “That My joy ay be in you and your joy may be filled” (John 15:11). We will be granted admission to the eternal banquet only if we are clothed in the wedding garment of sanctifying grace and have overcome every fault of our former lives, having done full penance for our sins, either in this life or in purgatory. With the liturgy during these weeks we long for the wedding banquet of eternal life. We put on the new man; we strive for perfect for perfect charity in all our acts.
Almighty and merciful God, in Thy loving kindness shield us from all adversity, that being prepared in soul and boy, we may we free minds perform the words that are Thine. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.
[Reflection for Monday after the Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost]
1. The Church now looks forward to the end of time. In those days “shall many be scandalized and shall betray one another and shall hate one another. And many false prophets shall rise and shall seduce many. And because iniquity hath abounded, the charity of many shall grow cold” (Matt. 24:10-12). The Church will be ridiculed, derided, and persecuted. She will await in her white garments the coming of the Lord. She looks up to Him, and He reassures her: “I am the salvation of the people, saith the Lord; in whatever tribulations they shall cry to Me, shall I hear them; and I will be their Lord forever”. . . .
3. As long as we hold fast to Christ, our salvation is assured. Separation from Christ means the loss of our salvation. If we refuse to accept His doctrine, if we refuse to obey His commandments, if we refuse to follow His counsels, if we fail to cooperate with the operation of His grace in us, we shall not be saved. Only when we give ourselves to Him completely will He work in us the fullness of our salvation, the fullness of His grace and blessing. Christ desires our entire being.
“I am the salvation of the people.” We place our complete trust in the salvific will of the Savior for all sinners, for He will give us salvation. In this we place our confidence in spite of our many infidelities, in spite of our half-heartedness in spite of our frequent misuse and neglect of grace. Great as is our sinfulness and our need, greater still is His mercy, His love, and His will to save. For this reason we approach the Holy Sacrifice with great courage and confidence. “If I shall walk in the midst of tribulation, Thou wilt quicken me, O Lord; and Thou wilt stretch out Thy hand against the wrath of my enemies; and Thy right hand shall save me” (Offertory).
May the healing power of Thy grace, O lord, mercifully rid us of all perverseness of heart and make us ever cleave to Thy commandments. Through Christ our Lord. Amen. (Father Benedict Baur, O.S.B., The Light of the World, Volume II, B. Herder Book Company, Saint Louis Missouri, 1954, pp. 318-321; 322.)
Profound truths, simply put by Father Benedict Baur, O.S.B., that condemn Jorge Mario Bergoglio and his men of sin who give “due respect” to those who sin wantonly and seek the approval of what they think, erroneously, is the Catholic Church for their “courage” to follow the path of Father Martin Luther, O.S.A., to “sin, and to sin boldly.”
This is a time for us to make reparation to Our Lord as His consecrated slaves through the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary, especially by praying as many Rosaries each day as our state-in-life permits during this month of Our Lady’s Most Holy Rosary.
Each of us has much for which to make reparation. I know that I do! We must be earnest about making reparation for our own sins and those of the whole world as we make the prayer that Father Baur offered our own:
May the healing power of Thy grace, O lord, mercifully rid us of all perverseness of heart and make us ever cleave to Thy commandments. Through Christ our Lord. Amen. (Father Benedict Baur, O.S.B., The Light of the World, Volume II, B. Herder Book Company, Saint Louis Missouri, 1954, p. 322.)
Immaculate Heart of Mary, triumph soon.
Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us!
Saint Joseph, Patron of Departing Souls, pray for us.
Saints Peter and Paul, pray for us.
Saint John the Baptist, pray for us.
Saint John the Evangelist, pray for us.
Saint Michael the Archangel, pray for us.
Saint Gabriel the Archangel, pray for us.
Saint Raphael the Archangel, pray for us.
Saints Joachim and Anne, pray for us.
Saints Caspar, Melchior, and Balthasar, pray for us.
Saint Placidus, pray for us.