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Church Crisis: Communist & Homosexual Infiltration & a Time for Purification ~ Fr Robert Altier (video)

May 1st, 2020 · Comments

The Church has been infiltrated by Communists, freemasons, homosexuals. This was going on long before the Second Vatican Council. What we need to do is endure. Pray, fast, take the faith seriously, study the faith, and stay near Our Lady at the foot of the Cross. Christ had His Passion & the Body of Christ must have it too.

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In This Sign You Will Conquer (IN HOC SIGNO VINCES) (video)

May 1st, 2020 · Comments

This powerful talk was given by Fr. Robert Altier in 1993. It is as relevant today as it was back then.

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Catholic Parents OnLine: Freemasonry Part 1 (video)

May 1st, 2020 · Comments

Colleen Perfect interviews Mary Therese Helmueller in a three-part series on Freemasonry as an international secret society.

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Catholic Parents OnLine: Freemasonry Part 2 (video)

May 1st, 2020 · Comments

Colleen Perfect interviews Mary Therese Helmueller in a three-part series on Freemasonry.

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Catholic Parents OnLine: Freemasonry Part 3 (video)

May 1st, 2020 · Comments

Colleen Perfect interviews Mary Therese Helmueller in a three-part series on Freemasonry.

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Catholic Parents OnLine: Freemasonry Part 1 (audio)

May 1st, 2020 · Comments

Colleen Perfect interviews Mary Therese Helmueller in a three-part series on Freemasonry.

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Catholic Parents OnLine: Freemasonry Part 2 (audio)

May 1st, 2020 · Comments

Colleen Perfect interviews Mary Therese Helmueller in a three-part series on Freemasonry.

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Catholic Parents OnLine: Freemasonry Part 3 (audio)

May 1st, 2020 · Comments

Colleen Perfect interviews Mary Therese Helmueller in a three-part series on Freemasonry.

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Church Crisis: Communist & Homosexual Infiltration & A Time for Purification ~ Fr Robert Altier (audio)

May 5th, 2020 · Comments

The Church has been infiltrated by Communists, freemasons, homosexuals. This was going on long before the Second Vatican Council. What we need to do is endure. Pray, fast, take the faith seriously, study the faith, and stay near Our Lady at the foot of the Cross. Christ had His Passion & the Body of Christ must have it too.

Tags: Church in Crisis

In This Sign You Will Conquer (IN HOC SIGNO VINCES) (audio)

May 5th, 2020 · Comments

This powerful talk was given by Fr. Robert Altier in 1993. It is as relevant today as it was 25 years ago.

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St. Teresa of Avila by Fr. Robert Altier Part 1

May 11th, 2020 · Comments

St. Teresa of Avila (1515 - 1582) is one of the most important and influential figures in the history of the Church, yet she remains relatively unknown to most Catholics.  A fearless reformer of the Carmelite Order, she is the true Mistress of the Spiritual Life and a great teacher for all people of the ways of prayer and love of God.

These nine talks are intended as an introduction to the life and teaching of this great Saint and Doctor of the Church.  The talks of 30 - 40 minutes each were presented as homilies at a Novena of Masses in 2014, between October 7th and October 15th, the Feast of St. Teresa, at the Carmelite Monastery in Brooklyn, New York.

The series begins with two talks which are biographical in nature, discussing the life and the work of St. Teresa.  These are followed by a consideration of three of the major themes in the Saint's writings: the virtues, the humanity of Christ, and contemplation.

A brief review of the minor works of St. Teresa is then provided, followed by an overview of her three greatest works: The Book of Her Life, The Way of Perfection and The Interior Castle.

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St. Teresa of Avila by Fr. Robert Altier Part 2

May 11th, 2020 · Comments

St. Teresa of Avila (1515 - 1582) is one of the most important and influential figures in the history of the Church, yet she remains relatively unknown to most Catholics.  A fearless reformer of the Carmelite Order, she is the true Mistress of the Spiritual Life and a great teacher for all people of the ways of prayer and love of God.

These nine talks are intended as an introduction to the life and teaching of this great Saint and Doctor of the Church.  The talks of 30 - 40 minutes each were presented as homilies at a Novena of Masses in 2014, between October 7th and October 15th, the Feast of St. Teresa, at the Carmelite Monastery in Brooklyn, New York.

The series begins with two talks which are biographical in nature, discussing the life and the work of St. Teresa.  These are followed by a consideration of three of the major themes in the Saint's writings: the virtues, the humanity of Christ, and contemplation.

A brief review of the minor works of St. Teresa is then provided, followed by an overview of her three greatest works: The Book of Her Life, The Way of Perfection and The Interior Castle.

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St. Teresa of Avila by Fr. Robert Altier Part 3

May 11th, 2020 · Comments

St. Teresa of Avila (1515 - 1582) is one of the most important and influential figures in the history of the Church, yet she remains relatively unknown to most Catholics.  A fearless reformer of the Carmelite Order, she is the true Mistress of the Spiritual Life and a great teacher for all people of the ways of prayer and love of God.

These nine talks are intended as an introduction to the life and teaching of this great Saint and Doctor of the Church.  The talks of 30 - 40 minutes each were presented as homilies at a Novena of Masses in 2014, between October 7th and October 15th, the Feast of St. Teresa, at the Carmelite Monastery in Brooklyn, New York.

The series begins with two talks which are biographical in nature, discussing the life and the work of St. Teresa.  These are followed by a consideration of three of the major themes in the Saint's writings: the virtues, the humanity of Christ, and contemplation.

A brief review of the minor works of St. Teresa is then provided, followed by an overview of her three greatest works: The Book of Her Life, The Way of Perfection and The Interior Castle.

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St. Teresa of Avila by Fr. Robert Altier Part 4

May 11th, 2020 · Comments

St. Teresa of Avila (1515 - 1582) is one of the most important and influential figures in the history of the Church, yet she remains relatively unknown to most Catholics.  A fearless reformer of the Carmelite Order, she is the true Mistress of the Spiritual Life and a great teacher for all people of the ways of prayer and love of God.

These nine talks are intended as an introduction to the life and teaching of this great Saint and Doctor of the Church.  The talks of 30 - 40 minutes each were presented as homilies at a Novena of Masses in 2014, between October 7th and October 15th, the Feast of St. Teresa, at the Carmelite Monastery in Brooklyn, New York.

The series begins with two talks which are biographical in nature, discussing the life and the work of St. Teresa.  These are followed by a consideration of three of the major themes in the Saint's writings: the virtues, the humanity of Christ, and contemplation.

A brief review of the minor works of St. Teresa is then provided, followed by an overview of her three greatest works: The Book of Her Life, The Way of Perfection and The Interior Castle.

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St. Teresa of Avila by Fr. Robert Altier Part 5

May 11th, 2020 · Comments

St. Teresa of Avila (1515 - 1582) is one of the most important and influential figures in the history of the Church, yet she remains relatively unknown to most Catholics.  A fearless reformer of the Carmelite Order, she is the true Mistress of the Spiritual Life and a great teacher for all people of the ways of prayer and love of God.

These nine talks are intended as an introduction to the life and teaching of this great Saint and Doctor of the Church.  The talks of 30 - 40 minutes each were presented as homilies at a Novena of Masses in 2014, between October 7th and October 15th, the Feast of St. Teresa, at the Carmelite Monastery in Brooklyn, New York.

The series begins with two talks which are biographical in nature, discussing the life and the work of St. Teresa.  These are followed by a consideration of three of the major themes in the Saint's writings: the virtues, the humanity of Christ, and contemplation.

A brief review of the minor works of St. Teresa is then provided, followed by an overview of her three greatest works: The Book of Her Life, The Way of Perfection and The Interior Castle.

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St. Teresa of Avila by Fr. Robert Altier Part 6

May 11th, 2020 · Comments

St. Teresa of Avila (1515 - 1582) is one of the most important and influential figures in the history of the Church, yet she remains relatively unknown to most Catholics.  A fearless reformer of the Carmelite Order, she is the true Mistress of the Spiritual Life and a great teacher for all people of the ways of prayer and love of God.

These nine talks are intended as an introduction to the life and teaching of this great Saint and Doctor of the Church.  The talks of 30 - 40 minutes each were presented as homilies at a Novena of Masses in 2014, between October 7th and October 15th, the Feast of St. Teresa, at the Carmelite Monastery in Brooklyn, New York.

The series begins with two talks which are biographical in nature, discussing the life and the work of St. Teresa.  These are followed by a consideration of three of the major themes in the Saint's writings: the virtues, the humanity of Christ, and contemplation.

A brief review of the minor works of St. Teresa is then provided, followed by an overview of her three greatest works: The Book of Her Life, The Way of Perfection and The Interior Castle.

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St. Teresa of Avila by Fr. Robert Altier Part 7

May 11th, 2020 · Comments

St. Teresa of Avila (1515 - 1582) is one of the most important and influential figures in the history of the Church, yet she remains relatively unknown to most Catholics.  A fearless reformer of the Carmelite Order, she is the true Mistress of the Spiritual Life and a great teacher for all people of the ways of prayer and love of God.

These nine talks are intended as an introduction to the life and teaching of this great Saint and Doctor of the Church.  The talks of 30 - 40 minutes each were presented as homilies at a Novena of Masses in 2014, between October 7th and October 15th, the Feast of St. Teresa, at the Carmelite Monastery in Brooklyn, New York.

The series begins with two talks which are biographical in nature, discussing the life and the work of St. Teresa.  These are followed by a consideration of three of the major themes in the Saint's writings: the virtues, the humanity of Christ, and contemplation.

A brief review of the minor works of St. Teresa is then provided, followed by an overview of her three greatest works: The Book of Her Life, The Way of Perfection and The Interior Castle.

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St. Teresa of Avila by Fr. Robert Altier Part 8

May 11th, 2020 · Comments

St. Teresa of Avila (1515 - 1582) is one of the most important and influential figures in the history of the Church, yet she remains relatively unknown to most Catholics.  A fearless reformer of the Carmelite Order, she is the true Mistress of the Spiritual Life and a great teacher for all people of the ways of prayer and love of God.

These nine talks are intended as an introduction to the life and teaching of this great Saint and Doctor of the Church.  The talks of 30 - 40 minutes each were presented as homilies at a Novena of Masses in 2014, between October 7th and October 15th, the Feast of St. Teresa, at the Carmelite Monastery in Brooklyn, New York.

The series begins with two talks which are biographical in nature, discussing the life and the work of St. Teresa.  These are followed by a consideration of three of the major themes in the Saint's writings: the virtues, the humanity of Christ, and contemplation.

A brief review of the minor works of St. Teresa is then provided, followed by an overview of her three greatest works: The Book of Her Life, The Way of Perfection and The Interior Castle.

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St. Teresa of Avila by Fr. Robert Altier Part 9

May 11th, 2020 · Comments

St. Teresa of Avila (1515 - 1582) is one of the most important and influential figures in the history of the Church, yet she remains relatively unknown to most Catholics.  A fearless reformer of the Carmelite Order, she is the true Mistress of the Spiritual Life and a great teacher for all people of the ways of prayer and love of God.

These nine talks are intended as an introduction to the life and teaching of this great Saint and Doctor of the Church.  The talks of 30 - 40 minutes each were presented as homilies at a Novena of Masses in 2014, between October 7th and October 15th, the Feast of St. Teresa, at the Carmelite Monastery in Brooklyn, New York.

The series begins with two talks which are biographical in nature, discussing the life and the work of St. Teresa.  These are followed by a consideration of three of the major themes in the Saint's writings: the virtues, the humanity of Christ, and contemplation.

A brief review of the minor works of St. Teresa is then provided, followed by an overview of her three greatest works: The Book of Her Life, The Way of Perfection and The Interior Castle.

Tags: St. Teresa of Avila (audio)