Resist evil; Remain faithful to God!

Dear Friend of St. Vincent Ferrer,
Do all you can to help recover and restore Catholic Tradition! This will now be even more difficult after the publication of Traditions Custodes. More than ever, we must support good priests willing to offer the Mass of All Time. It is urgent that we pray more, especially for the Church hierarchy, and do more penance. We must also study our Faith and be ready to explain it. For example, study Quo Primum (1570) and read an article by Mr. David Rodríguez: You Must Disobey a Pope.
May God have mercy on us!

Most Recent Sermons

What Gifts Do You Offer the Christ Child View description ▼ Mary and Joseph overflow with joy when the Divine Child is given due honor, reverence and love. This is precisely the mystery and meaning of Christmas. We are to follow the example of the Three Kings. Your gift ought to be those virtues which their gifts symbolize – charity (gold), prayer (frankincense) and mortification (myrrh). Similarly, the epistle (Col 3) tells us how to offer the Christ Child a pure heart. As you pray the Rosary and Litanies, seek the respective intercession of – and offer yourself and family members to – the members of the Holy Family respectively. January 9, 2022 by Fr. Michael Rodríguez
Significance and Spirituality of the Holy Name View description ▼ The Holy Name of Jesus literally means "God saves." As you pray the Holy Name, think of Bethlehem and Calvary. Consider that God makes man and God saves man for He loves man. The Holy Name brings to our lives the Person of Jesus. It expresses His infinite love and His infinite power. Bow your head as you pray His Name. Pray the Litany of the Holy Name, especially this month. Whether you are tempted by devils or attacked by men, invoke the Name of Jesus. And if temptations do not cease to persecute you, continue to invoke Jesus – and you will never fall. January 2, 2022 by Fr. Michael Rodríguez
Judas Has Plenty of Company This Christmas View description ▼ There is much confusion over what it means to love Jesus. It is not primarily about feelings, thoughts, or scriptural interpretation. The Apostle of Love teaches us the essentials. To love Jesus we must keep His commandments and we must love our neighbor (emphasis on the Spiritual and Corporal Works of Mercy). Ask Baby Jesus for the grace to love Him above everything. Far too many Catholics are willing to sacrifice Christ to maintain friendships and family ties. Even our Shepherds - those who should love Jesus most - are betraying Him. Given that belief in Christ means belief in the Holy Eucharist, why is Mass being cancelled? Jesus Himself commands us to eat His flesh so as to have eternal life with Him! December 26, 2021 by Fr. Michael Rodríguez
Vax-Cult Opposes Christs Kingship View description ▼ Few remember the destruction wrought by vaccine mandates in 19th century England. If we don't learn from history, then we're doomed to repeat it. Strange how modern governments, which claim to be so enlightened, can be so despotic. The modern state sees itself as absolute. All must submit to its authority and doctrines, while it submits to none. Yet a tyranny sincerely exercised for the 'good' of its victims is the most oppressive. Thus, the vax-cult sets itself up as false religion against the Kingship of Christ. October 31, 2021 by Fr. Simplicius
A Child is Born to Us View description ▼ For unto us a Child is born, unto us a Son is given. You and I can now love the Father with the Heart of Christ. We can offer all the sufferings of the Christ Child as an infinite act of reparation. On account of the Christmas Mystery, those in the state of grace can love God with the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary. The Divine Infant is born for us; the Messiah has been given to us. Let us use this Christmas gift well so that we may gain the gift of Eternal Life. January 1, 2022 by Fr. Simplicius

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Prayer to Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament

From the sermon given on 18 April 2021

Jesus, my Lord and my God, I adore Thee present in the Sacrament of Thy love. Thou art the same almighty God, Who has existed from eternity, by Whom all things were made, and without Whom was made nothing that was made.

The very same God and wonderful Being Who is heaven’s beatitude. The same Who, from the summit of Mount Sinai, commanded the Israelites not to approach near Him, lest the terrors of His greatness should destroy them.

Dearest Jesus, I believe most firmly that Thou, the second Person of the Most Blessed Trinity, art verily and indeed contained in the Most Holy Eucharist, under the appearances of bread and wine. I firmly believe that in the adorable Sacrament I am going to receive, there is the same living God and man, over Whom the angels sang at Bethlehem, “Glory to God in the highest,” and over Whom on the Mount of Transfiguration, a voice from the clouds was heard saying, “This is my beloved Son, in Whom I am well pleased.”

I declare, with an unshaken faith, that in the holy Sacrament of the Eucharist there is the very same Soul that was sorrowful in the garden, even unto death; the very same Body that was scourged at the pillar, and fell under the pressure of the cross; the very same Flesh that quivered with agony upon Calvary, and the very same Blood that purpled the hard rock.

Most sweet Jesus, this is my faith; make it take deep root in my soul, so that it may mold all my thoughts and feelings; intensify my faith and give me a vivid realization of Thy greatness, the King of kings, Who in Holy Communion is coming to dwell in me. Grant me the clear, distinct, and practical faith of those countless saints who ever live in Thy adorable presence; and of the blessed angels who are ever adoring and praising Thee; and of the twenty-four elders who bare their heads and bend their knees, and cease not to cry out day and night: “Holy, holy, holy, Lord God almighty!” O all ye angels and saints! Obtain for me this great gift of faith in the divinity of our Blessed Lord, Who is truly present under the sacramental species in Holy Communion. Amen.

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