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Saint Robert Bellarmine: Died on September 17, 1621 at age 79. Entered the newly formed Society of Jesus in 1560 and after his ordination went on to teach at Louvain (1570-1576) where he became famous for his Latin sermons. This outstanding scholar and devoted servant of God composed an exhaustive apologetic work against the prevailing heretics of his day. This saint was the spiritual father of St. Aloysius Gonzaga, helped St. Francis de Sales obtain formal approval of the Visitation Order. He has left us a host of important writings, including works of devotion and instruction.
Saint Francis DeSales: Died on December 28, 1622 at age 55. Bishop of Geneva, Doctor of the Universal Church. Together with St. Jane Frances de Chantal, he founded (1607) the Institute of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin, for young girls and widows. His most famous book, INTRODUCTION TO THE DEVOUT LIFE, was written for ordinary people. St. Francis speaks simply, naturally, and from his heart. To speak well we need only love well, was his maxim.
Saint Alphonsus de Liguori: Died on August 1, 1787 at age 90. Founder of the Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer and Bishop of St. Agatha of the Goths. These sermons are probably the most powerful and compelling ever given to mankind. Expounding on the theme, “What doth it profit a man if he gain the whole world and suffer the loss of his own soul”. St. Alphonsus dwells repeatedly on the Four Last Things: Death, Judgment, Heaven and Hell. Relentlessly, he brings the listener to consider his own eternal destiny. No one can listen to these sermons without being profoundly moved.
Saint John Marie Vianney (Cure of Ars): Died on August 4, 1859 at age 73. Was made parish priest of Ars, a village not very far from Lyons. It was in the exercise of the functions of the parish priest in this remote French hamlet that as the “Curé d’Ars” he became known throughout France and the Christian world. Intellect was not the greatest gift of St. John Vianney, but rather, a profound humility which gave him insight into the matters of life in a simple way that ordinary people could understand and his sermons which moved them to virtue and the love of God.
Bishop Robert McKenna, O.P.: On August 22, 1986, Bishop McKenna was consecrated a bishop with the traditional Roman Rite in Raveau, France by Mgr. Michel Guerard des Lauriers, O.P. Bishop McKenna was a noted exorcist, though due to his advanced age and busy schedule, he has given up taking any more cases. At present, Bishop McKenna continues to minister to the faithful at Our Lady of the Rosary Chapel in Monroe, Connecticut, offering the true Mass and Sacraments to traditional Catholics who come for Mass on Sundays each week from as far away as New York, New Jersey, Rhodes Island, and Massachusetts. Bishop McKenna also continues in the capacity of confessor and spiritual director to the Dominican Sisters.
Bishop Mark Pivarunas, CMRI: Bishop Pivarunas resides in Omaha, Nebraska serving as Superior General of the Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen and as rector of the Congregation’s Mater Dei Seminary. Ordained to the priesthood on June 27, 1985, by Bishop George Musey. Then on Sept 24, 1991, was consecrated a Bishop by Bishop Moises Carmona. Bishop Pivarunas has been an indefatigable worker toward unity among traditional Catholics in these times of confusion and error.
Bishop Daniel Dolan: Pastor of St. Gertrude the Great church in West Chester, Ohio. Ordained a priest by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre on June 29, 1976. Then, on November 30, 1993 Bishop Mark Pivarunas, of the Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen consecrated Bishop Dolan. His sermons on the Saints to the school children are treasures of wisdom and Irish wit and will be enjoyed by the young and the young at heart.
Bishop Donald Sanborn: a.k.a. “The Mauler of Modernists” serves as Rector of Most Holy Trinity Seminary in Brooksville, Florida. Bishop Sanborn was ordained a priest by Archbishop Lefebvre on June 29, 1975, and on June 19, 2002, Bishop Sanborn was consecrated a bishop by Most Rev. Robert F. McKenna, O.P. Bishop Sanborn sermons are very powerful and full Catholic truth.
Abbot Leonard Giardina O.S.B.: Died January 7, 2011. A monk since 1942 and a priest since 1949. Due to the devastating effects of the modernist changes in the Roman Catholic Church, brought about by Vatican Council II and its spirit, he left his original monastery. He soon realized that it was imperative that the traditional Benedictine way of life be preserved and kept alive for the welfare of the holy Catholic Faith. On July 13, 1994, he received the Abbatial Blessing by His Excellency, Bishop Robert F. McKenna, O.P. Although the Abbatial Blessing confers on him the title and power of an abbot over a monastery, it does not make him a bishop with the power of ordaining to the Holy Priesthood. Abbot Leonard founded Christ the King Abbey in Cullman, Al and the church was dedicated on April 23, 1995.
Father Martin Stepanich O.F.M., S.T.D.: Is a 95 year old traditional Catholic priest who was ordained on May 18, 1941 by Bishop Bernard Sheil. Father Stepanich has a doctorate degree in theology. His sermons are full of Catholic truth and wisdom. Father loves and quotes often from the treasure house of once hidden knowledge of Our Lord and His Mother in the Mystical City of God, the “autobiography” of the Blessed Mother through the hands of Venerable Mary of Agreda (the great mystic of the 17th century).
Father Roy Randolph: (RIP) was a traditional Catholic priest who had converted from being an Anglican Minister in the early 1960s. Father Randolph was another powerful speaker of Catholic truth. Some of the sermons recorded are a little difficult to understand at times, but well worth the effort. Father Randolph’s love for the Church, Our Lady, and the Saints were profound.
Father Benedict Hughes, CMRI: Is the Rector of St. Joseph Minor Seminary in Rathdrum, Idaho. Father Hughes has been a traditional Catholic priest for over 30 years. Father Hughes is a Marian priest and a member of the Congregation Of Mary Immaculate. Father Hughes is a zealous preacher and his sermons will edify and instruct the listener.
Father Anthony Cekada: Is a traditional Catholic priest and author. Father Cekada was ordained to the Roman Catholic priesthood by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre in 1977 for the Society of St. Pius X. Father Cekada authored a commentary and new translation of The Ottaviani Intervention, a key document in the history of the traditional movement. Another book, The Problems with the Prayers of the Modern Mass, discusses the systematic omission of certain doctrines (hell, miracles, the true Church, etc.) from the 1969 Missal of Paul VI.
Father Kevin Vaillancourt: Services traditional Roman Catholics at Our Lady of Guadalupe Roman Catholic Church in Spokane, WA. He has been a priest for over 22 years. Father edits the traditional publication The Catholic Voice and has written numerous articles defending and explaining the True Catholic Faith (www.asisna.com/cri and www.olgpress.com).
Father Casimir Puskorius, CMRI: Is a traditional Catholic Marian priest, a member of the Congregation Of Mary Immaculate, and Pastor of St. Michael Catholic Church in Spokane, WA. Father was the Editor of the wonderful Quarterly Magazine “The Reign Of Mary” for many years. Father’s sermons are very informative and spiritually powerful.
Father Desposito: a native of Argentina, completed his seminary studies at Most Holy Trinity Seminary near Tampa, Florida in 2006, and was ordained a priest forever by Bishop Donald J. Sanborn on November 15th, 2006 the feast of St. Albert the Great at Our Lady Queen of Martys Church in Fraser, Michigan. He currently teaches theology in the seminary.
Father Palma: a native of Argentina, completed his seminary studies at Most Holy Trinity Seminary near Tampa, Florida in 2006, and was ordained a priest forever by Bishop Daniel L. Dolan. He currently teaches in the school in Brooksville, Fl and in Most Holy Trinity Seminary, where he is Rector of Discipline.
Father Bernard: a monk at Christ the King Abbey in Cullman, Al since 1998. One of his many tasks at the Monastery is the Web Master for Christ the King Abbey and encourages everyone to visit the Web site and read the excellent ”Daily Spiritual Notes”. Ordained to the holy priesthood by Bishop Robert F. McKenna in 2006.
Father Markus Ramolla: a native of Germany, came to the United States in order to receive a solid and uncompromising formation to the holy priesthood. Ordained to the priesthood by Bishop Daniel L. Dolan on the feast of St. Gertrude the Great on November 16th, 2007. He currently is the pastor of at St. Albert the Great Church in West Chester, Ohio.