Prayer for Deliverance


My Lord! You are all powerful! You are God! You are Father! We beg You through the intercession and help of the Archangels, Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael, for the deliverance of our brothers and sisters who are enslaved by the evil one.


All Saints of Heaven, come to our aid!


From anxiety, sadness, and obsessions, we beg you; Free us O Lord!


From hatred, fornication, envy, we beg you;

Free us O Lord!


From thoughts of jealousy, rage, and death, we beg you;

Free us O Lord!


From every thought of suicide and abortion, we beg you;

Free us O Lord!


From every form of sinful sexuality, we beg you,

Free us O Lord!


From every division in our family, and from every harmful friendship, we beg you;

Free us O Lord!


From every sort of spell, malefic, witchcraft, and every form of the occult, we beg you;

Free us O Lord!


Lord you said, "I leave you peace, My peace I give to you," grant that through the intercession of Mary, Mother of God, we may be liberated from every evil spell and enjoy your peace always; in the name of Christ, Our Lord. +++Amen+++

"The world of pure spirits stretches between Divine Nature and the world of human beings; because Divine Wisdom has ordained that the higher should look after the lower, angels execute the divine plan for human salvation: they our guardians, who free us when hindered and help to bring us home."  

St. Thomas Aquinas




















St. Michael the Archangel defend us in battle!

Be our protection against the wickedness and the snares of the devil! May God rebuke him, we humbly pray!

And do thou O Prince of the Heavenly Host, by the power of God!

Cast into hell Satan an all evil spirits, who prowl about the world

seeking the ruin of souls! Amen.


The Mass in Latin


Prior to Vatican II, the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass was prayed in Latin which was the universal language of the Roman Catholic Church. No matter where you traveled in the world, you were assured that the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church would offer the Mass in the same manner. The Latin Mass also bound us to Rome, uniting us as "one" regardless of the diversity of nations or tongues. Latin also safeguarded the meaning of words which could be easily misunderstood, abused, or in heresy if wrongly translated in other languages.


However, understanding the Latin language is not important to the English and Spanish speaking laity. Fr. Chris provides books in both translations which helps you to know what is being spoken. What is important is that you are a witness to the "action" of the priest who, in the persona of Christ, is at work offering up the sacrifice to God.


The Mass is the highest act of worship to God performed here on earth! Whether we are present to give thanks, adoration, petition, or to ask pardon for our sinfulness, we benefit from being at this Holy Sacrifice. No need to learn the language; understand the "action!"


Remember, the greatest act of worship was on Calvary. Jesus, the Great High Priest, offered Himself for our redemption. And most of it was done in silence! Our Blessed Mother, Magdelyn, and St. John prayed silently at the foot of the altar, the Cross. This is how we need to conduct ourselves at the Latin Mass; in silent adoration. God is so Great!


Please make an effort to join us on Tuesday evening at 6:00 p.m. for the Latin Mass. Prior to Mass, the Holy Rosary will be prayer in reparation to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary and for all the priests and religious throughout the world.

The Latin Mass (Part 2)

If you desire a deeper spirituality, then begin by attending a Latin Mass. The great saints of the Catholic Church were spiritually enriched by participating at the Traditional Mass. Did you ever wonder if this mass was their foundation for holiness, sanctity, godly zeal, purity, charity, strength, and everything else involved in one becoming a saint? Isn't that what God calls us all to be? Saints! The saints can help us discern this path to holiness.

St. Padre Pio tells us " ... at holy Mass renew your faith. Have your mind elevated to the mystery that is happening before your eyes. Go with your mind to Calvary and think and meditate on the Victim who offers Himself to divine justice, absorbing the price of your redemption." (Padre Pio, Falco, 11) St. Pio also tells us to think of "the Sorrowful Mother at the foot of the Cross." The best weapon we can possess is prayer because prayer is the key that opens the heart of God. Do we as Catholics even think that deep?


When St. Pio would offer the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, people from all around the world would attend. They would fill the church to overcapacity! The Saint's Mass would last for two to three hours. Not a single noise could be heard from those present and no one would leave. The faithful knew, in their heart, mind, and soul, that this was heaven on earth! St. Padre Pio even remarked one time that when he would turn to bless the congregation, all he could see was a countless number of angels and saints present. He could not see the people! Again, we should ask ourselves, "Are we missing out on something?"

Perhaps we should think about the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass from the perspective of our patron saint, St. Thomas Aquinas. He was well aware of the power and graces of the Latin Mass. His prayer is printed in the front part of the Latin Missal for preparation before the Mass and Holy Communion. Please read "slowly" the prayer of this Doctor of the Church, and ask yourselves, honestly, do I think about all these things before Mass? Let us ask Our Lord to open our hearts and minds and to experience the depth and holiness of the Latin Mass.


Contemplate this prayer. He is talking about the Traditional Mass.


Prayer of St. Thomas Aquinas
Patron Saint of Our Church


Almighty and eternal God, behold, I approach the Sacrament of Thine only-begotten Son, our Lord Jesus Christ.

I approach as one who is sick to the physician of life,

as one unclean to the fountain of mercy,

as one blind to the light of eternal brightness,

as one poor and needy to the Lord of heaven and earth.


Therefore, I beseech Thee, of Thine infinite goodness,

to heal my sickness,

to wash away my filth,

to enlighten my blindness,

to enrich my poverty,

and to clothe my nakedness,

that I may receive the Bread of Angels,

the King of Kings,

and the Lord of lords with such reverence and humility,

with such contrition and devotion,

with such purity and faith,

with such purpose and intention,

as may be conduce to the salvation of my soul.


Grant, I beseech Thee, that I may receive

not only the Sacrament of the Body and Blood of our Lord,

but also the fruit and virtue of this Sacrament.   .


O most indulgent God, grant me so to receive the Body of Thine Only-begotten Son,

Our Lord Jesus Christ,

which He took of the Virgin Mary,

that I may be found worthy to be incorporated with His mystical Body

and numbered among His members.


O most loving Father,

Grant that I may one day contemplate forever, face to face,

Thy beloved Son,

Whom now on my pilgrimage I am about to receive under the sacramental veils;

Who liveth and reigneth with Thee

in the unity of the Holy Ghost, God,

world without end. AMEN!

St. Catherine of Sienna

(regarding the Keys of the Kingdom)


“They will never cease to be durable, they will last forever and they will never break.”


God the Father’s words to St. Catherine against Sedevacantism.


“I see the world is rotten because of silence.