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Index
Act of Contrition
Acts of Faith, Hope & Charity, & Votive Prayer for Charity
Angelus & Regina Caeli
Confiteor

Divine Praises

Grace Before & After Meals
Litany of Humility

Litany of St Joseph

Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Litany of the Holy Name of Jesus
Litany of the Most Precious Blood
Litany of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Litany of the Saints
Morning & Evening Prayers

Novena Prayer to St Philomena

Prayer for the Conversion of Australia
Prayers & Litany to Holy Michael the Archangel

Prayers & Litany to Our Guardian Angel

Prayers & Litany to St Joseph
Prayers & Litany to the Blessed Virgin Mary
Prayers & Litany to
the Holy Ghost &
Veni Creator
Prayers & Novena for the Souls in Purgatory
Prayers & Novena to St Martin De Porres
Prayers & Novena to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, & Litany of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Prayers Before & After Confession
Prayers Before Mass, Prayers Before Holy Communion, Prayers After Holy Communion & Thanksgiving After Mass

Prayers for Priests & Vocations

Prayers, Novena & Litany to St Anne
Prayers, Novenas & Litany to St Jude Thaddeus
The Prayers & Mysteries of the Holy Rosary
Various Prayers
Votive Prayers for Rain, Fine Weather & to Avert Storms
Audio Files - SSPX
Video Files - SSPX
Thoughts for the Week
 
 

 

Fifth Sunday after Easter

Thoughts for the Week - Fr R Taouk 
25th May 2014

15 Marks of the Catholic Church as Developed by St. Robert Bellarmine,
Doctor of the Church

1. The Church's Name, Catholic, universal, and worldwide, and not confined to any particular nation or people.
 
2. Antiquity, in tracing her ancestry directly to Jesus Christ.
 
3. Constant Duration, in lasting substantially unchanged for so many centuries.
 
4. Extensiveness, in the number of her loyal members.
 
5. Episcopal Succession, of her Bishops from the first Apostles at the Last Supper to the present hierarchy.
 
6. Doctrinal Agreement, of her doctrine with the teaching of the ancient Church.
 
7. Union, of her members among themselves, and with their visible head, the Roman Pontiff.
 
8. Holiness, of doctrine in reflecting the sanctity of God.
 
9. Efficacy, of doctrine in its power to sanctify believers, and inspire them to great moral achievement.
 
10. Holiness of Life, of the Church's representative writers and defenders.
 
11. The glory of Miracles, worked in the Church and under the Church's auspices.
 
12. The gift of Prophecy found among the Church's saints and spokesmen.
 
13. The Opposition that the Church arouses among those who attack her on the very grounds that Christ was opposed by His enemies.
 
14. The Unhappy End, of those who fight against her.
 
15. The Temporal Peace and Earthly Happiness of those who live by the Church's teaching and defend her interests.