Theme: Doctrinal Certitude Amid Growing Confusion
Title: Liberation Dogma and the Glory of Our Crusade
By Br. Anthony Mary, M.I.C.M., Tert.
Br. Anthony Mary expresses deep admiration for a book The Liturgical Year on Catholic liturgy, viewing it as one of the most magnificent works ever published. They reflect on a sublime morning Mass that was interrupted and attribute it to the spirit of the world opposing the Catholic cause. The talk delves into the history of the St. Benedict Center, highlighting key figures like Sister Catherine, Father Leonard Feeney, and Brother Francis, emphasizing their dedication to converting the nation to Catholicism. There's a discussion on the historical context of the New World being a gift to Europe, the current state of the United States, and a desire for the nation's conversion. Br. Anthony Mary reflects on liberty of speech and religion, the Feast of St. John the Baptist, and the importance of truth-speaking. There's a parallel drawn between the persecution faced by St. John the Baptist and the St. Benedict Center's vilification. The talk touches on the challenges faced by the Church today, the need for awareness, and a call to fight under the banner of Christ and Our Lady. A quote from Brother Francis' book on defeatism is shared, emphasizing the importance of not being discouraged. The significance of making the consecration to serve Our Lady and the blessings associated with it are discussed. The talk concludes with a prayer from the Mass of the Immaculate Heart of Mary and an encouragement to persevere in the crusade.
(From 1999 Conference)
File Size: 31 MB
Also Available as CD
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