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New Resource for Learning the Catholic Faith-Traditional Catholic Priest

New Resource for Learning the Catholic Faith-Traditional Catholic Priest

While many of the readers will already know about this, there are many people who read this blog that are not as steeped in tradition and they need a good starting point to learning the faith. There is an absolute trove of solid Catholic teaching on this website: https://sentrad.org. The talks/conferences are given by Fr. Chad… via Great Aid For Learning The Faith — Traditional Catholic Priest

Novena for Our Nation-Fr. R.Heilman

Novena for Our Nation-Fr. R.Heilman

With all of the choas and folks worrying about the future of our country, I thought it appropriate to share this little reminder of what we should all be doing for our elected officials……. “Novena for Our Nation” – Praying Grace into Our New President!

Catholic Prayer for Planting Crops

Catholic Prayer for Planting Crops

With Spring in full swing and the Easter season upon us the minds of many country folk are inevitably drawn to the seasonal rebirth of the land as it awakens from its winter dormancy.  I know some of you will already have your gardens and crops in full production mode, but we’re not so lucky up north here!  We’re still a month or so out from planting time (for the most cold tolerant and hardy crops), but the mind does…

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A talented, traditional, Catholic family

A talented, traditional, Catholic family

Here at the Traditional Catholic Homestead we are blessed to know and be friends with some talented families.  One family is fairly local to us and is, indeed, very talented.  The members of this family are all very good singers and often are part of the choir at our somewhat local (for Idaho) traditional latin Mass church. Above is a YouTube video of one of this talented, traditional, Catholic family’s  latest creations, but beware it is highly addictive and you most…

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Do’s & Dont’s for a Traditional Catholic Christmas from Father Carota (TraditionalCatholicPriest.com)

Do’s & Dont’s for a Traditional Catholic Christmas from Father Carota (TraditionalCatholicPriest.com)

Father Carota sent this post out from his blog a couple of days ago.  It’s a really good reminder of what we should be thinking of and doing as we prepare for the Nativity of Our Lord in the next few days. Here’s the link to the article:  8 Things to Do and 5 Things to not Do for a Traditional Catholic Christmas And here’s a little snippet: “As we near the great feast of Our Redeemer Jesus’ birth, we need…

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A Prayer of Thanksgiving for God’s Blessings (for us rural folks)

A Prayer of Thanksgiving for God’s Blessings (for us rural folks)

As we move past the feasts of All Souls and All Saints we move into the season of Thanksgiving (especially for us here in the US).  This is the beginning of the secular holiday season, where folks are out spending freely, putting up twinkling lights, and giant inflatable snowmen, Grinch, reindeer, whatever…you name it!  Well, before we go into all of that hoopla lets take a second to remember the blessings the Lord has bestowed upon us for the entire year.  As a…

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Quotes on the Importance of Latin in the Catholic Church

Quotes on the Importance of Latin in the Catholic Church

  Here at the Traditional Catholic Homestead we love the Traditional Latin Mass!  Latin is the universal language of the Catholic Church.  For those of you out there who find yourselves questioning the relevance of latin in the modern context, or defending your beliefs against those who do I put together a quick list of quotations. These explain and enhance the relevance of latin and the Traditional Latin Mass in the Church today, enjoy: It [the Traditional Latin Mass] is…

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A Prayer to the North American Martyrs

A Prayer to the North American Martyrs

The North American Martyrs (Sept 26) I have another traditional Catholic prayer for you all this month.  This time we have a prayer to the Martyrs of North America.  The feast of the North American Martyrs has traditionally been held on the 26th of September.  This is a solemn day of remembrance in honor of the six Jesuit priests and two laymen who sacrificed their lives for their faith, spreading the word of Our Lord to the “New World” and…

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More Traditional Catholic Prayers in Latin

More Traditional Catholic Prayers in Latin

Last time around I gave you what many would consider to be the backbone of Catholic Prayers in the universal language of the Church, latin.  I talked a little bit about the importance of learning these prayers and teaching them to our families and especially our children.  I’m not going to go over that again here (if you want to go into that link here to the original post).  I’ve scrounged up a few more essential Catholic prayers that I…

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Four Traditional Catholic Prayers In Latin

Four Traditional Catholic Prayers In Latin

Traditional Catholic Prayers In Latin Latin is the universal language of the church.  It is important for us as Catholics to learn these prayers, and even more so to teach them to our children.  Without the knowledge and proper education of the traditional, conservative teachings of our faith it will be doomed to moral relativism and protestantisation with the next generation.  This is our responsibility as the primary teachers of our children.  Thankfully the truths of our Catholic faith are still…

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