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              October 1, 2010

Without Fear of God

by Thomas A. Droleskey

Wednesday's article, Memo to Andrew Cuomo, contained an "assignment" for the "vast" readership of this site.

As I do not want to burden you with two assignments in a row, permit me to make your reading lives just a bit easier by pasting a few passages from an article, Voices From Hell, that was posted on this site on the Feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary, February 2, 2009, at a time when the false "pontiff," Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI, and his conciliar "bishops" expressed outrage over remarks made by Bishop Richard Williamson that had aired on Swedish television on Wednesday, January 21, 2009, about the the nature and extent of the crimes committed by of Adolf Hitler's Nazi regime.

The outrage expressed by the false "pontiff" and his conciliar "bishops" was intense, all designed to "prove" to their Talmudic masters that the conciliar revolution's "reconciliation" with them was no in no way altered by Bishop Williamson's televised remarks. There is, however, as I pointed out in Voices From Hell, no such outrage from these conciliar officials when "bishops" and priests/presbyters within their structures go beyond even the officially approved apostasies of conciliarism to promote quite publicly, sometimes even from the pulpit, propositions that are outside of the pale of that residue of authentic Catholic teaching that they bother to accept, at least in theory if not always in practice. Here are examples that I cited in that article from nearly twenty months ago:

Conciliar "bishops," each of whom is responsible for a vast, almost incomprehensible slaughter of souls, are "outraged" by Bishop Williamson's remarks about the nature and the extent of the crimes committed under the auspices of the Third Reich of Nazi Germany. Some of these "conciliar" bishops, many of whom are responsible for aiding and abetting the slaughter of preborn babies by means of their support for pro-abortion politicians, Catholic and non-Catholic alike, are demanding a "full" apology from Bishop Williamson, that is, a retraction of the comments that he made in his interview with a reporter from Swedish television, something that was not included in the letter that he, Bishop Williamson, wrote to the man His Excellency continues to "resist" while "recognizing" him as the Supreme Pontiff , Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI. Additionally, fifty pro-abortion Catholic members of the United States House of Representatives have written directly to the false "pontiff" to demand a "direct repudiation" of Bishop Williamson's views.

It is nothing less than amazing to find such "outrage" emanating from "Catholics" who are in league with the devil and his minions on so many matters involving the good of the souls for whom Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ shed every single drop of His Most Precious Blood on the wood of the Holy Cross.

The conciliar "bishops," for their part, express no outrage at all as their "priests" and members of conciliar religious communities and teachers and guest speakers go beyond even the "approved" apostasies of the counterfeit church of conciliarism to deny--quite openly and shamelessly--articles contained in the Deposit of Faith. Many of these "priests" and "religious" and teachers and guest speakers have put into question the nature of the Divine inspiration of Sacred Scripture and the historicity of the Gospels--including the miracles performed by Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, including the miracle of His Bodily Resurrection on Easter Sunday.

Many of these official "representatives" of the counterfeit church of conciliarism have denied the Perpetual Virginity of Our Lady and have denied that she was Assumed body and soul into Heaven.

Many of these official "representatives" of the counterfeit church of conciliarism, aping the example set by this sect's false "pontiffs," have participated quite openly in syncretist liturgies and have blasphemed God by participating in inter-religious "prayer" services, some of which involve the outright incorporation of pagan practices into what has purported to be "Catholic" liturgies.

Many of these official "representatives" of the counterfeit church of conciliarism have endorsed contraception and abortion and perverse acts in violation of the binding precepts of the Sixth and Ninth Commandments.

Many of these official "representatives" of the counterfeit church of conciliarism have worked closely with openly pro-abortion organizations (in the name of "social justice," of course), using a variety of "shell games" to funnel money from "Catholic" Charities and the "Catholic" Campaign for Human Development to fund these organizations that are committed to the pursuit of one abject evil after another.

Many of these official "representatives" of the counterfeit church of conciliarism have endorsed the theological and ontological impossibility of "women's ordination."


Like examples could be given ad infinitum, ad nauseam.

Such is the insanity of life in the structures of the counterfeit church of conciliarism that a simulation of the modernized version of the Immemorial Mass of Tradition can be offered in one parish noted for "holding the line" against liturgical abuses not sanctioned within the context of the liturgical abuse par excellence, the Protestant and Masonic Novus Ordo service, while another parish, located perhaps less than five miles away, noted for its "openness" to those steeped in unrepentant sins against perversity, can feature all manner of improvisations and a plethora of laity involved in various "ministries" with only a handful of people, usually those who may have left the respective parishes to go to the other, who even think of batting over how belief and worship differ so dramatically from parish to parish in what is alleged to be a diocese under the control of the Catholic Church. The Novus Ordo service, which has been the chief vehicle of communicating the ethos of conciliarism, has accustomed Catholics to liturgical improvisation and diversity as reflective of openness to doctrinal changes and/or reinterpretations that are without precedent within--and indeed have been condemned by the authority of--the Catholic Church.

It is seldom, although not entirely, the case that conciliar authorities mete out discipline to those who do things that are in open defiance of what the conciliar church holds to be true unless a courageous pastor, such as the late Father Hugh Wish in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, refuses to offer the Novus Ordo service and denounces it for the offense against God that it has always been and continues to be to this very day. Deny the Perpetual Virginity of the Blessed Virgin Mary? Deny the doctrine of Transubstantiation? Openly embrace pro-abortion politicians and have them speak from the pulpit? It is only very rarely that even a "tsk, tsk" about such matters is issued by the local chancery office, certainly no threat of excommunication. After all, you haven't heard Timothy "I aim to be a happy bishop" Dolan condemning Andrew Cuomo's pro-baby-killing position, no less to threaten to solemnly excommunicate him for doing so, have you? Please make sure to write to me if you hear that "Archbishop" Dolan has done such a thing.

No, the lords of the counterfeit church of conciliarism show great toleration on the level of pastoral praxis when it comes to those who are "pushing the envelope" on liturgical and theological issues. Warnings might be issued. Honors might be denied. In the final analysis, however, men such as Father Hans Kung and Father Richard McBrien and the late Father Edward Schillebeeckx and the Father Father Robert Drinan, S.J., among so many others, are allowed to remain in perfectly good standing in the conciliar structures until the day they die.

Even Catholic pro-abortion politicians get buried with full honors in most instances (see Another Victim of Americanism, Behold The Free Rein Given to Error, Unfortunate Enough to Be A Baby, Beacon of Social Justice?, Spotlight On The Ordinary, What's Good For Teddy Is Good For Benny, Sean O'Malley: Coward and Hypocrite, More Rationalizations and Distortions, and Death To Babies: Kennedy's Continued Legacy). Yes, remember what happened after the death of Senator Edward Moore Kennedy (D-Massachusetts) thirteen months ago now? Re-read those articles in the event that you have forgotten.

Thus it is that despite the solemn pronouncement made recently concerning the addition made to the conciliar code of canon law that imposes excommunication on those who assist in the "ordination" of women to the "priesthood," nothing will stop the not-so-secret efforts on the part of conciliar priests/presbyters to "push the envelope" on the ontological (referring to the nature of things) impossibility of "women's ordination."

I asked Dr. John Page, the Executive Director of the International Commission on English in the Liturgy (I.C.E.L.) from 1980 to 2002, when interviewing him in 1993 in his offices in Washington, District of Columbia, for The Wanderer if any of the scores of "experts" listed as ICEL's advisors supported ordination of women to the priesthood. He gave a vague answer, saying only that it was his job and that of ICEL to "push the liturgy into the Twenty-first Century." That answer was not a denial of the presence of perhaps even large number of ICEL "advisors" who supported women's ordination to the priesthood, something that many theologians in the conciliar structures believe is only a "matter of time."

This is, of course, the same strategy used by the American "bishops" to secure "permission" from Giovanni Montini/Paul VI for the distribution of what purports to be Holy Communion in the hand back in 1977. What purported to be Holy Communion was distributed in the hand without "permission" from conciliar officials in the Vatican, thus creating a false "tradition" that the American "bishops" told Montini/Paul VI had become so widespread that it would be impossible to stop.

To paraphrase the late Hubert Horatio Humphrey, the American "bishops" were as pleased as punch that their strategy worked, so much so that they used it to expand the conciliar practice of distributing what purports be Communion under both kinds, thereby creating a "need" for so-called Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist to further blur the distinction between the priesthood of the ordained priest and the common priesthood of the lay faithful (the late Monsignor George Kelly, who was well connected with Vatican officials, confirmed this to me in his offices at Saint John's University in 1983 when I was consulting with him about the late "Bishop" John Raymond McGann's infamous persecution of Father Robert Mason, the pastor of Our Lady of Lourdes Church in Massapequa Park, New York, from 1976 to 2008), and they used it yet again to secure permission in 1994 from Karol Wojtyla/John Paul II for "altar girls" in 1994. Wojtyla/John Paul II was not serious about enforcing the ban against altar girls that was reiterated in various postconciliar documents, including Inaestimabile Donum, April 17, 1980, which was issued by the then named Sacred Congregation for the Sacraments and Divine Worship as a follow-up to Wojtyla/John Paul II's Holy Thursday letter to conciliar priests/presbyters,  Dominicae Cenae, February 24, 1980):

18. There are, of course, various roles that women can perform in the liturgical assembly: these include reading the Word of God and proclaiming the intentions of the Prayer of the Faithful. Women are not, however, permitted to act as altar servers. (Inaestimabile Donum.)


Inaestimabile Donum, which I thought, quite naively and stupidly, of course, was going to "solve" liturgical abuses in the Novus Ordo service, which is, of course, as noted above, the liturgical abuse par excellence, cited Liturgicae Instauratione, which was issued by the then named Sacred Congregation for Divine Worship on September 5, 1970, as the source for the reiteration of the ban of women from serving at the altar. Interestingly, Liturgicae Instauratione was issued less than ten months after the Novus Ordo went into effect on Sunday, November 30, 1969, as a means of correcting the "unauthorized" abuses that had become very widespread in such a short space of time. Such widespread abuses were, as I have recognized for some time now, the inevitable result of what happens when a false liturgical rite is promulgated and implemented, especially one that was meant to eradicate the traditional Roman Rite (please see Taking The Obvious For Granted).

Just as Martin Luther did not foresee the disastrous consequences of his revolution against the Divine Plan that God Himself instituted to effect man's return to the Catholic Church that he himself denounced but never understood were entirely of his own doing, so is it the case that the conciliar revolutionaries, in their zeal to accommodate what they believed was the Catholic liturgy to the desires of Protestants, did not foresee the liturgical free-for-all that would develop almost as soon as the Novus Ordo went into effect as the parishes under conciliar captivity began to resemble the cacophonous nature of congregationalism (each parish "doing liturgy" a little differently) than the universal nature of Catholicism. Endless efforts have thus been made by these conciliar revolutionaries to put their fingers the dike to prevent the flood of "unauthorized" abuses from spreading. Each of these efforts has failed. They must fail as nothing that is premised on false beliefs can ever be made to "work" for the temporal or eternal good of man, no less, of course, for the honor and glory and majesty of the Most Blessed Trinity.

Here is the section from Liturgicae Instauratione that discussed the "proper" role of women in the staging of the Protestant and Masonic Novus Ordo service:

7. In conformity with norms traditional in the Church, women (single, married, religious), whether in churches, homes, convents, schools, or institutions for women, are barred from serving the priest at the altar.

According to the norms established for these matters, however, women are allowed to:

a. proclaim the readings, except the gospel. They are to make sure that, with the help of modern sound equipment, they can be comfortably heard by all. The conferences of bishops are to give specific directions on the place best suited for women to read the word of God in the liturgical assembly.

b. announce the intentions in the general intercessions;

c. lead the liturgical assembly in singing and play the organ or other instruments;

d. read the commentary assisting the people toward a better understanding of the rite;

e. attend to other functions, customarily filled by women in other settings, as a service to the congregation, for example, ushering, organizing processions, taking up the collection [29].


Here one can see the flawed efforts of the conciliar revolutionaries to "hold the line" on some things while permitting other things that are offensive to Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ and thus injurious to the souls for whom He shed every single drop of His Most Precious Blood to redeem.

Where is the logic in expecting to hold the line against women serving at the altar when they are permitted to touch with their own unconsecrated hands what purports be the Sacred Species?

Where is the logic in expecting to hold the line against women serving at the altar when they are permitted to flood the sanctuary, which is the preserve of the priest and those males who are permitted to serve him as the extension of the hands of Christ, Who is the Chief Priest and Victim and every Mass?

There is no such logic. The falsehoods of concilairism are as illogical and thus self-destructive as the falsehoods of every other heresy, including Protestantism, which is but a precursor and prototype of conciliarism, especially in its Anglican forms.

Conciliarism has opened up a veritable Pandora's Box of relentless change and innovation that has robbed millions upon millions of Catholics of their sensus Catholicus and bewildered and confused those who do have something left of that sensus Catholicus. Protestations against the nonadmissibility of women to the priesthood ring rather hollow when one considers the fact that women can touch what is purported to be the Sacred Species with their own hands as they distribute Holy Communion to the faithful in their roles as "extraordinary ministers of the Eucharist."

Women can proclaim the Word of God as lectors.

They can lead "priestless" "Communion services."

They can serve as administrators of parishes, having the responsibility, given to them by their "ordinaries," to supervise the work of "priests," thereby further emasculating the notion of the priesthood as an imaging of the Chief Priest and Victim of every Mass. There are women serving as chancellors of the Catholic dioceses that are now in the hands of the conciliar revolutionaries. There has even been some talk from officials in the conciliar Vatican of permitting deaconesses. With little else in the counterfeit church of conciliarism that has not been subject to change and reconsideration and reinterpretation, why should the average Catholic think that Our Lord's own choice exclusively of males to His Holy Priesthood is not going to "change" at some point in the future.

Thus it is that even though the "line" against "ordaining" women has been held by the conciliar "popes," expectations created by egalitarianism and feminism encouraged by the Protestant and Masonic Novus Ordo service have encouraged some priests/presbyters in the conciliar structures to be so bold as to assist women who are playing priests, much like the presbyters themselves, of course, to learn how to stage the Novus Ordo service. Consider this excerpt from a story that appeared in Time magazine online recently:

Like many other priests, Jacko trained in various parishes before becoming ordained. Unlike many other priests, however, she was not always easily received by her elders. In spring 2009, Jacko approached Father Bob Bossie, who preaches at St. Harold's Catholic Community in Uptown, for help. "She asked me if I would mentor her," recalls Bossie, a member of Chicago's Priests of the Sacred Heart who was ordained in 1975. Bossie acknowledges that the concept of females in the priesthood is difficult for him. He says he literally shudders at the thought, saying that when the image of women in robes once flashed in his mind, it "left me cold."

Yet Bossie assisted Jacko anyway. He wanted to help a friend. While Jacko was training to become a deacon, a mandatory step prior to priesthood, it was Bossie who taught her how to say the liturgy. "I did it because she asked me, because she's very thoughtful," Bossie says. "When someone you like and respect asks you, you try to do it."

Bossie is speaking out publicly for the first time, even though he knows he could lose his job as a priest, his pension and his home. And even though he disagrees intellectually with the notion of women in the priesthood, he says his feelings tend to be more complicated than that. "I'm not going out of my way to support it," Bossie says. "I don't think that's sexist. I am a priest, and this is breaking down the hierarchical priesthood ... But if people ask me for help, I feel compelled to help, out of respect and love. If God called me, why wouldn't God call a woman?"

It is a question that more and more members of the flock are asking. Many have begun to publicly challenge the church's stance, especially after the Vatican decreed in July that ordaining female priests was a "grave" crime, on par with pedophilia. Biblical passages refer to female clergy, including an apostle named Junia in Romans 16:7. On Sunday, Sept. 26, thousands of Catholics around the world plan to protest, either by boycotting Mass or by showing up wearing green armbands that say "Ordain Women." "Women are tired of being treated as second-class citizens in the church," says Jennifer Sleeman, an Irish Catholic who turns 81 on Sunday and is helping champion the Sunday Without Women demonstration organized by Women's Ordination Worldwide (WOW).

"We are disobeying an unjust law," says Barbara Zeman, 62, Chicago's first ordained Catholic female priest, who serves as a hospital chaplain at Northwestern Memorial Hospital; she will protest Sunday at St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Evanston, Ill. "Many male priests have told me to go for it and that they can't wait until the church changes its attitude ... It's a movement whose time has come."

The WOW movement was showcased in the recently released documentary Pink Smoke over the Vatican, which aired Sept. 18 at Chicago's Irish American Heritage Center before an audience of hundreds of Catholics, both ordained and lay. The filmmaker, Jules Hart, said she had originally turned down the opportunity to do the documentary — "I'm not even Catholic," she says — but reconsidered after hearing the ordeals of several female Catholic priests, including Jacko.

Jacko, who was featured in the film, was present at the Chicago screening. After the film concluded, she recounted to a reporter her experience of becoming a priest. A portly, balding man walking past paused and told her, "If you don't have any rights, I don't have any rights."

But when asked his name, the man refused to give it, stating he could lose his job in the Catholic Church if he were publicly attributed. It is for that reason that so many men of the cloth who help women into the priesthood do so only in hiding.

A pastoral associate on the north side of Chicago, who also asked for his name to be withheld, has had a hand in elevating two of Chicago's three female priests. He taught Jacko how to break the bread and bless the cup for Mass. They practiced at the altar of the pastor's church in secret, while it was empty, Jacko says. He taught her how to say reconciliation and say a homily and answered her endless questions. "I was talking to him about spiritual things," says Jacko. "I would bounce questions off him." (Efforts Rising to Ordain Women as Roman Catholic Priests.)


Look at the confusion here. Just look at it.

There is one man, "Father" Bob Bossie, who says that he is opposed to women's ordination but believes that he has to help those who are "breaking down the hierarchical priesthood." "Father" Bossie exhibits the confusion engendered by conciliarism's rejection of Scholasticism when he asked the following question that totally contradicts his contention that he is opposed to women's ordination: "If God called me, why wouldn't God call a woman?"

Well, "Father" Bob, it's kind of like this:

Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, the New Adam, came to undo the effects of the sin of the first Adam, the progenitor, who was a male. Only men can be progenitors. Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ is the progenitor of our redemption. He chose twelve males to be His Apostles. Many women were His disciples. They were not present at the Last Supper as Our Lord, Who is both God and Man and thus has complete knowledge of everything and was not "culture bound" as some egalitarians wishing to find an "out" for women's "ordination" insist, ordained the twelve Apostles, including the traitor Judas Iscariot (whom the pastor of one conciliar church in the Diocese of Rockville Centre has placed in Heaven), knowing full well what He was doing. Our Lord broke every Pharisaical norm imaginable (associating with women, Samaritans and public sinners; curing and plucking grain on the Sabbath). Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, the New Adam Who wrought our Redemption on the wood of the Holy Cross to pay back with His own Most Precious Blood the debt of human sin that was owed to Him in His Infinity as God, ordained twelve men to serve as the progenitors of the ineffable Sacrifice of the Cross as they offered Holy Mass acting in His very Person (in persona Christi).

As the late Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen noted, if anyone was worthy to say "Hoc est enim Corpus Meum" and "Hic est enim Calix Sanguinis Mei, Hic est enim Calix Sánguinis mei, novi et ætérni testaménti; mystérium fidei: qui pro vobis et pro multis effundétur in remissiónem peccatórum" it was Our Lady as from whom else did Our Divine Redeemer obtain the Body and Blood with which He redeemed us on the wood of the Cross and which we receive in Holy Communion? Although the Venerable Mary of Agreda relates that Our Lady was in another room in the Cenacle at the Last Supper and was brought Holy Communion by an angel, she was not with Our Lord and the twelve Apostles as He instituted the the Holy Priesthood and the Holy Eucharist for our sanctification and salvation. There are different roles for men and women in the Order of Creation (Order of Nature) and there are different roles for men and women in the Order of Redemption (Order of Grace).

It is no diminution of the dignity of women to point this out.

Was Our Lady "offended" by the fact that she, the fairest flower of our race who had the privilege of Incarnating the Second Person of the Most Blessed Trinity by the power of the Third Person of the Most Blessed Trinity, God the Holy Ghost, was not ordained to the Holy Priesthood:? Of course not. No other woman has any "right" to be "offended" at her nonadmissibility to Holy Orders as this is the Holy Will of God Himself, Who acts in accord with the very nature of things as He has created them.

This is not about human respect or "sensitivity" or emotionalism or sentimentality, "Father" Bob Bossie. This is about the truth. Nothing else. And we never compromise the truth for the sake of human respect or "strategy." Not once. Not ever. Not for any reason.

Despite the reaffirmation of the nonadmissibility of women to the priesthood that was made by Karol Wojtyla/John Paul II and was reiterated recently in the addition to the conciliar code of canon law at the direction of Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI, the simple fact of the matter is that many, although not all, of those who promote the ontological absurdity of women's "ordination" to the conciliar priesthood are permitted to remain in "good standing" in the structures of the counterfeit church of conciliarism. "Bishop" Emil Aloysius Wcela, a now retired auxiliary "bishop" in the theological and liturgical cesspool known as the Diocese of Rockville Centre, was permitted to be "consecrated" to the conciliar "episcopate on December 13, 1988, even though he was fully and openly on record in support of women's ordination to the conciliar priesthood. There are many other examples of this. Indeed, the disgraced former "bishop" of the Diocese of Springfield in Illinois, Daniel Leo Ryan, permitted an article in support of women's ordination to appear his rag of a diocesan newspaper in 1996, prompting him to lash out at The Wanderer for running an article daring to criticize him for doing so.

Facts must be faced squarely: conciliarism's openness to "change" and to "novelty" and "innovation" has convinced the average Catholic that almost everything about the Faith is subject to change and reinterpretation. Oh, defenders of the conciliarist ethos can talk all they want about "misinterpretations" and "misapplications" of the conciliar documents and decrees. This is so much rationalization of absurdity and sacrilege. The plain truth of the matter is, of course, that the ethos of novelty and innovation and change leads of its very perverted nature to logical conclusions that may not have been "intended" by their progenitors but are the inexorable result of false presuppositions. And Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI, the man who greeted a Anglican "priestess" at Westminster Abbey on Friday, September 17, 2010, is not going to "excommunicate" those priests/presbyters who assist women playing priests as long as they don't participate in the "ordination" ceremonies.

The net result of all of this is--cannot be anything other than--vast confusion in the minds of the Catholic faithful, most of whom have been so poorly catechized by conciliar "religious education" programs and schools that they are steeped in their own individual worlds of confusion and sentimentality and emotionalism and illogic that are miniature mirrors of the ethos of the false religion of conciliarism itself. After all, a man who can so openly offend the honor and majesty and glory God by esteeming the symbols of false religions with his own priestly hands and agreeing to give "joint blessings" with the false ministers of false religions can do nothing other than preside over a sense of doctrinal and liturgical chaos that keeps the faithful who look to him as a true and legitimate Successor of Saint Peter steeped in their own false conceptions of Who God is and what He has revealed for us to believe.

Remember, this is the month of Our Lady's Most Holy Rosary and our Holy Guardian Angels.

May we take seriously Our Lady's Fatima Message, especially now by continuing to participate in Bishop McKenna's 2010 Rosary Crusade, which concludes this weekend as we meditate upon and receive, if at all possible, Holy Communion in honor of the Fifteenth Mystery (Fifth Glorious Mystery) of Our Lady's Most Holy Rosary, her Coronation as Queen of Heaven and of earth by her Divine Son, Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, praying for the gift of Perseverance, which is needed to combat the lies of Modernism in the counterfeit church of conciliarism and of Modernity in the world-at-large.

We must pray on this First Friday of the month of October to offering up all of the sufferings of the moment--whether ecclesiastical, civil or personal--to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus through the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary in reparation for our sins and those of the world and, of course, for the conversion of our conciliar revolutionaries and their lapdogs and apparatchiks and flacks and henchmen and henchwomen to the true Faith, outside of which there is no salvation and without which there can be no true social order.

Viva Cristo Rey! Vivat Christus Rex!

Isn't it time to pray a Rosary now?

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us!


Saint Joseph, Patron of Departing Souls, pray for us.

Saints Peter and Paul, pray for us.

Saint John the Baptist, pray for us.

Saint John the Evangelist, pray for us.

Saint Michael the Archangel, pray for us.

Saint Gabriel the Archangel, pray for us.

Saint Raphael the Archangel, pray for us.

Saints Joachim and Anne, pray for us.

Saints Caspar, Melchior, and Balthasar, pray for us.

Saint Remigius, pray for us.

See also: A Litany of Saints


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