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What Will You Hear Tomorrow?

In the early days of the Church, Christians risked their lives just to attend Mass and to receive Holy Communion. Today, the majority does not attend Sunday Mass.  Rarely do they or the thousands who only come on Christmas and/or Easter hear of the eternal consequences for skipping Mass.  In some places, it is more important not to offend their “feelings” than to evidence zeal for the salvation of their souls. 

From the Introduction to Forgotten Truths To Set Faith Afire! - Words to Challenge, Inspire and Instruct)

God awaits with open arms all Whom He has created. Make this an especially blessed and Merry Christmas by sharing His love with all you meet, especially those who may have separated themselves from Him and His Church. 

But Everyone is Doing It...

…Even if everybody is divorced and remarried outside the Church; even if they use contraception; even if they 'sleep together'; even if they get drunk every weekend at college; even if they have an abortion…that does not make it right! 
Venerable Fulton J. Sheen

The Primary Concern of Our Priests

The pastor’s primary concern should be the tabernacle, not the rectory, not the ego, but the Lord, not his comfort, but God's glory. 
Venerable Fulton J. Sheen

Come, O Jesus

At Mass, during the priest’s Communion say: Come, O Jesus into my heart; reign in it; anddrive from it all that is displeasing to You.  Make it humble, pure and holy. 
Bishop Friedrich Justus Knecht