You are Invited!

Dear Friend of St. Vincent Ferrer,
Come meet and hear Fr. Michael Rodríguez and David Rodríguez in The Fatima Center's first live weekend conference since the onset of covid madness and increased government tyranny. Also attending are Fr. James Mawdsley and Fr. James Altman. Just imagine being present for the interaction of these three courageous and inspiring priests, all of whom have been persecuted and are willing to sacrifice their entire priesthood for the truth and God. Other speakers include Christopher Ferrara, Elizabeth Yore, Susan Vennari and C. Joseph Doyle.
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Most Recent Sermons

Precious Blood and Catholic Devotions View description ▼ Hear O Lord my voice with which i have cried to Thee. Abel's blood cried to Heaven for vengeance. All these prayers are fulfilled and perfected in Christ's Precious Blood, which has infinite power to save, protect, heal and sanctify. Adore the Precious Blood, especially every time you are at Mass. Meditate upon how inanimately connected it is to all our Catholic devotions. Pray the Chaplet of the Holy Wounds or the Rosary of the Five Wounds. Strive for the two greatest fruits of this devotion! July 10, 2022 by Fr. Michael Rodríguez
Public and Social Crime View description ▼ Anyone who has authority - religious or secular - has that power from God and each one who exercises authority must exercise it in accordance with God's law. It is a public crime to act as if there is no God or that the true religion can't be known by a state. In Immortale Dei (1885), Pope Leo XIII explains the duties of the state towards God. He provides the doctrine all Catholics must believe; we must draw out its practical conclusion. July 3, 2022 by Fr. Michael Rodríguez
Families Need A Spirit of Development View description ▼ We are fighting a battle we can't afford to loose. Catholic families need to foster an environment that is all about continual development. Examine your level of desire to attain perfection and the means you are using to attain it. Spouses and parents must set goals, establish strategies, and provide accountability. This require constant communication, collaboration, and evaluation. Our weakness and strengths play a critical and unique role in how God is calling us to sanctity. When spouses say "I DO" they should be promising that every day, for the rest of their lives, they will slave away to build saints – and nothing less. July 3, 2022 by Fr. Iacomus Paulus
Saintly Monarchs and Machiavellian Apostates View description ▼ The Church recently celebrated two great monarchs: St. Louis IX of France and St Stephen of Hungary. What a great blessing for a nation to have a virtuous Catholic ruler! But what a curse it must be to have an bad [apostate] Catholic in power – as we do today. Apparently heeding Machiavelli's advice, he acts as if the ends justify the means and prefers to be feared than loved. He eschews natural and divine laws, following instead Alinsky's Rules for Radicals. His cruel methods serve to anger, hurt and polarize. Might this signal a twilight of 'The American Experiment?' September 4, 2022 by Fr. Simplicius

For sermons posted in the last ~nine months, see Most Current Sermons under the audio tab in home menu.


Recent Videos

Special Conference

Heresy of Americanism
by Father Michael Rodríguez
2022.09.11 - [Podcast]

Ask Father

Must a Wife Obey her Husband?
by Father Michael Rodríguez
2022.10.03 - [Podcast]


THE MONTH OF OCTOBER

[1 OCTOBER 2022] "Salutations to Mary" - Pray these salutations with Fr. Rodríguez during the month of October. For an audio-only version of the prayer, click HERE. Text can be downloaded HERE.


Fatima: Why The Time is Now!

Our Lady is Prompt and Faithful
2022.07.03 - [Podcast]

Our Lady's Shocktroops

10 Ways to Jumpstart a Spiritual Slump
with Kevin Roerty (Ep. 21)
2022.09.10 - [Podcast]

Fatima 101: The Message
2022.07.10 - [Podcast]

Signs and Secrets

A Cloud Rising to the East
with Marianna Bartold (Ep. 01)
2022.09.07 - [Podcast]

The Chaplet of the Holy Wounds


From the sermon given on 1 May 2022

May be said on the Rosary beads.  On the Cross and on the first three beads the following prayers are said:

O Jesus, Divine Redeemer, be merciful unto us and to the whole world.  Amen.

O strong God, O holy God, O immortal God, have pity on us and upon the whole world.  Amen.

Pardon and mercy, O my Jesus!  During present dangers, pour out upon us Thy most Precious Blood.  Amen.

Eternal Father, be merciful to us through the Blood of Jesus Christ, Thy only Son; be merciful to us, we beseech Thee!  Amen.

On the small beads:

My Jesus, pardon and mercy, through the merits of Thy holy Wounds.

On the large beads:

Eternal Father, I offer Thee the Wounds of our Lord Jesus Christ, to heal the wounds of our souls.

St Vincent Ferrer Foundation of Texas

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