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God Always Blesses His Church Abundantly…. May 3, 2016

Posted by Tantumblogo in Art and Architecture, awesomeness, Basics, Christendom, General Catholic, Glory, Grace, Holy suffering, Latin Mass, mortification, Restoration, sanctity, Spiritual Warfare, the struggle for the Church, Tradition, Victory, Virtue.
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……..even when the human element is unworthy of the blessing, or actively rejects it.

JMJHF Productions – one of my favorite Youtube channels – shot a great deal of hi def footage at last year’s Chartres pilgrimage.  With this year’s pilgrimage just days away, what better way to prepare and/or get fired up for Pentecost by watching beautiful footage of last year’s?

Find below three videos of the three days’ pilgrimage, one for each day.  There are several others on their playlists.  The Faith is not dead!  It still lives in the beating hearts of many.  As the world darkens, never forget you have allies, including the greatest Ally of them all, Who will reward you abundantly for your faithfulness amidst suffering.

The next one features Bishop Athanasius Schneider at the Pentecost Mass:

The Mass of the Ages, offered with all splendor and dignity, in a thousand year old Church, one of the most beautiful in the world.  Who could ask for anything more than that?

One more, interviews of the pilgrims!  Lord, thank you for such stalwart souls, and please bless Your Church with many, many more!

This is very much a family run enterprise.  They depend on donations to make videos of this kind available.  You can support JMJHF Productions here or by sending a donation to:

St. Vincent Ferrer Foundation of Texas
5628 Rosa Ave.
El Paso, TX  79905
Phone # (915) 500-3025
Website: http://svfonline.org/
Email: stvincentferreroftexas@gmail.com
Please indicate donations are for support of the JMJ HF videos.
The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) Non-profit Corporation. You will receive a receipt for your donation.

Comments

1. Finian - May 4, 2016

Great post. How can I find your email address to send you that photo of me in my cassock. Blessings from Ireland!

Tantumblogo - May 4, 2016

Thank you Father! larryr103@gmail.com. May I post your photo?


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