CATHOLIC MESSAGES - "Traditional Catholic Values - Serving People of all Faiths"
Canon 915 - "The mission of this web site is to hasten the day when all Catholic bishops, priests and faithful will boldly proclaim and vigorously defend the gospel of life."  Includes voting records of politicians who claim to be "Catholic."
Code of Canon Law - A must reading for those who are called by Our Lord to be informed about the Laws of the Church
Code of Canon Law - Vatican Edition - "Prepared under the auspices of the Canon Law Society of America."
Pontifical Mission Societies in the United States - "Help is offered for pastoral and evangelizing programs, for catechists and catechetical work, to build churches and chapels, for the work of Religious Communities in health care and education, and for communication and transportation needs."
These Stone Walls - "Many of the faithful are scandalized yet again when beloved priests disappear in the night, presumed by their shepherds to be guilty of crimes claimed to have occurred two, three, or four decades earlier. Many accused priests have been simply abandoned by their bishops and fellow clergy. Church laws governing their support and defense have been routinely set aside, and many have languished under dark clouds of accusation for years. Some, far too many, have been summarily dismissed from the priesthood at the behest of their bishops without due process or adequate civil or canonical defense."
Catechism of the Catholic Church - American Edition- Contains Search Box - "The Second Edition English Translation of the Catechism of the Catholic Church includes the corrections promulgated by Pope John Paul II on 8 September 1997."
Nazareth Master Catechism - "The Nazareth Resource Library is pleased to present this integrated, hyperlinked collection of five historic catechisms.  It contains the two Church-wide or 'universal' catechisms the Church has issued -- the Catechism of the Council of Trent and the new Catechism of the Catholic Church -- plus three 'particular' or local catechisms of great historic influence -- the Catechetical Instructions of St. Thomas Aquinas, the Baltimore Catechism, and the Catechism of St. Pius X."
Roman Catholic Catechism - "When we talk to other catechists and parents we find that they would like to know the best Catholic answers to questions of the Faith, also.  Many of our friends are converts and they, too, rejoice to find precise and concise answers. Once one knows the basic Catholic beliefs, one can make good decisions and then find good stories to match!"
Also see: - "We are an independent publishing company similar to many publishers except our programs are available online in an interactive format. Each of our lessons is interactive and follows a seven-step format with a final quiz to access your progress and knowledge of the Faith at the end of the lesson. All of these quizzes together form a way for priests, parish religious education directors, parents, etc. to ensure that students are completing the material successfully."
Catholic Encyclopedia - 1917 Edition from CatholiCity.
Catholic Encyclopedia from New Advant - "1908 Preface...proposes to give its readers full and authoritative information on the entire cycle of Catholic interests, action and doctrine.  What the Church teaches and has taught; what she has done and is still doing for the highest welfare of mankind; her methods, past and present; her struggles, her triumphs, and the achievements of her members, not only for her own immediate benefit, but for the broadening and deepening of all true science, literature and art..."
Enciclopedia Catolica - Catholic Encyclopedia in Spanish
Guide To Changes In The Mass (Videos) - From Diocese of Belleville, Illinois - Revised Roman Missal from United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.
Commentary: As older Catholics will remember, these current changes are being made to more accurately conform to the traditional Tridentine Mass prayed before, and a few years after Vatican II.  However, neither Vatican officials or our bishops are admitting that those changes to the Mass (approved in 1969) were grave errors and should never have been put into place.  Therefore, they are also being careful not to even mention the Tridentine Mass. Those changes, along with the approval of the Saturday "afternoon" Mass were designed to "modernize" the Church and please man, but without prayerfully considering that they may offend Almighty God.  As a result, those appeasements have greatly contributed to the spiritually lukewarm state of today's Church. 
As you are aware, when changes are made in the Church they can cause some members to lose faith.  Their "protests" against the authority of the Church may reach the stage where they no longer attend Mass on a regular basis on the weekend, and/or not at all during the week.  This is very wrong because they are also turning their back on Jesus.   
When we truly profess a high degree of faith, we have a strong desire to receive Jesus through Holy Communion.  Therefore, certain weaknesses of our priests or bishops will not prevent us from attending Holy Mass as often as possible.  It will cause us to pray more deeply for their souls.   
While it is good to be make others aware of the immoral conduct of the clergy so that more prayers are said for them, it is never good to let their conduct dominate or interfere with our spiritual relationship with our Lord to the degree that we leave the Church, avoid attending Mass, or receiving Him in Holy Communion.  VTB
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