Our Lady of Victory Traditional Roman Catholic Chapel 6011 Tylersville Road, Suite 5, Mason, Ohio 45040  (513) 739 - 5890 Clergy: Bp. Markus Ramolla  Email: [email protected] The Most Holy Name of Jesus January 4, 2015 / Volume II, Issue 1

July 31 2016 / Volume III, Issue 31

Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost

The Catechism on Modernism “In the end my Immaculate Heart shall triumph.” THIS WEEK'S BULLETIN

according to the Encyclical ‘Pascendi Dominici Gregis’ of His Holiness, Pius X by Father J. B. Lemius

CHAPTER III THE MODERNIST AS THEOLOGIAN

General Infor-

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Schedule

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Announcements

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Catechism on

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“Madonna, why do

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Important Infor-

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Modernism you weep?”

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 phone number: 513-739-5890

II. DIVINE PERMANENCE

than a man whose religious consciousness has been, like that of all men, formed by degrees; it is also barred by the law of immanence, which rejects what they call external application; it is further barred by the law of evolution, which requires for the development of the germs time and a certain series of circumstances; it is, finally, barred by history, which shows that such, in fact, has been the course of things.’ Q.—In that case the Church and the Sacraments have not been instituted by Christ? A.—‘Still it is to be held,’ they affirm, ‘that both Church and Sacraments have been founded mediately by Christ.’ Q.—But how? That is, how do the Modernist theologians endeavour to prove this divine origin of the Church and the Sacraments?

Q.—But how is that ? How is the immediate institution by Christ of the Church and the Sacraments opposed to the principles of the Modernists? A.—‘This is barred by Agnosticism, which recognizes in Christ nothing more

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A.—‘In this way : All Christian consciences were, they affirm, in a manner virtually included in the conscience of Christ, as the plant is included in the seed. But as the branches live the life of the seed, so, too, all Christians are to be said to live the life of Christ.

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General Information WELCOME TO THE TRADITIONAL MASS

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nd to the unchanged Catholic Faith. The clergy and parishioners of Our Lady of Victory reject the changes of Vatican II. They want to preserve the Roman Catholic Faith by maintaining everything that was taught and done by the Church prior to Vatican II. They also attend exclusively the traditional Latin Mass, and avoid the New

Mass, the reformed sacraments, as well as any Masses which are offered in union with the Vatican II hierarchy. Please don’t hesitate to introduce yourself and ask questions regarding Our Lady of Victory Chapel, the traditional Mass and the unchanged Catholic Faith. After

service please come to the Social Hall in the back of our chapel, where our visitors and parishioners are invited for coffee and breakfast. We hope your visit with us is a pleasant one, and we look forward to seeing you again and welcoming you as a member of Our Lady of Victory Chapel.

REQUEST THE HOLY SACRIFICE OF THE MASS FOR YOUR INTENTIONS

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f you would like to request the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass to be offered for your intentions, please use our Mass Request envelope which can be found at the exit door of the chapel. Please fill out the Mass Request envelope which should include your own name, the

particular intention(s) or the name(s) of the person(s) for whom you would like Mass(es) to be offered, whether the person(s) is/are deceased or

living, and whether the person(s) is/are Catholic or not. Please also include a check for the Mass Stipend. We ask for $20.00 per Mass. You can drop the completed Mass Request envelope into the collection basket or if you Padre Pio about the Holy Sacrifice of the

prefer you may send it to us by mail, using our chapel address below:

Mass:

“It would be easier for the world to survive without the sun than to do without Holy Mass.”

Our Lady of Victory, 6011 Tylersville Road, Suite 5, Mason, Ohio 45040

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This Week’s Mass Schedule THE MONTH OF AUGUST DEDICATED TO THE IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY

Day

Sunday

Date

July 31 6:30 am 7:00 am 8:45 am 9:00 am 9:30 am 4:00 pm

Monday

August 1

8:00 am 8:30 am

Tuesday Day of the Portiuncula indulgence (Toties Quoties indulgence)

Wednesday

August 2

Holy Mass at Our Lady of Victory Chapel

ELEVENTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST Saint Ignatius, Confessor Confessions Low Mass +William, Agnes and Emmett Nagle [Mary Nagle] Confessions Recitation of the Most Holy Rosary Low Mass Faithful of Our Lady of Victory Chapel Low Mass TBA SAINT PETER’S CHAINS Saint Paul, Apostle The Holy Machabees, Martyrs Recitation of the Most Holy Rosary Low Mass Memorial Mass for +Dennis Solano [Joanne McOsker]

SAINT ALPHONSUS

MARY DE LIGUORI, BISHOP, CONFESSOR AND DOCTOR OF THE CHURCH

Saint Stephen I, Pope and Martyr 8:00 am 8:30 am 10:00 am

Recitation of the Most Holy Rosary Low Mass living and deceased of the Maier Family [Hildegard Maier] Lectures on the True Devotion to Mary

August 3

FINDING OF THE BODY OF SAINT STEPHEN, ARCHMARTYR

8:00 am 8:30 am

Recitation of the Most Holy Rosary Low Mass living and deceased of the Maier Family [Hildegard Maier]

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This Week’s Mass Schedule THE MONTH OF AUGUST DEDICATED TO THE IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY

Day

Thursday

Friday

Date

August 4

First Thursday SAINT DOMINIC, CONFESSOR

8:00 am 8:30 am 10:00 am

Recitation of the Most Holy Rosary Low Mass Rev. Mr. Marcellus Moylan Lectures on the True Devotion to Mary

August 5

First Friday DEDICATION OF THE CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF THE SNOWS

8:00 am 9:00 am

Saturday

August 6

8:00 am 9:15 am 10:00 am

Sunday

Holy Mass at Our Lady of Victory Chapel

August 7

6:30 am 7:00 am 8:45 am 9:00 am 9:30 am

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, Rosary, First Friday Devotions and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament Low Mass Faithful, friends and benefactors of Our Lady of V ictory Chael

Today special schedule First Saturday due to First Saturday of Reparation the Baby shower for Mrs. Nelda Minges TRANSFIGURATION OF OUR LORD Saint Xystus II, Pope and Companions, Martyrs

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, Holy Hour of Reparation, Rosary and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament Low Mass +William, Agnes and Emmett Nagle [Mary Nagle] Confessions

TWELFTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST Saint Cajetan, Confessor Saint Donatus, Bishop and Martyr

Confessions Low Mass +William, Agnes and Emmett Nagle [Mary Nagle] Confessions Recitation of the Most Holy Rosary Low Mass Faithful of Our Lady of Victory Chapel

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Announcements TODAY’S MASS:

Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost, Second Collect: Saint Ignatius, Confessor , Preface: Holy Tr inity.

Join us in the Social Hall after Mass forCoffee & Breakfast

dying together the Mystical City of God, the history and life of the Blessed Virgin Mary revealed to Venerable Mary of Jesus of Ágreda. The meetings will be led by Bp. Markus Ramolla. We will meet thrice a month. The meet-ings will take place at Mrs. Joanne McOsker’s house, at 5829 West Fountain Circle Dr., Mason, Ohio 45040. If you are interested please let us know.

THE SACRAMENT OF CONFESSION

FIRST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH OF AUGUST

Confessions will be heard this week on Sunday at 6:30 am and 8:45 am, and on Saturday at 10:00 am. Confession can also be heard upon request.

This coming Friday is the First Friday of the month with Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament at 8:00 am followed by Mass at 9:00 am.

MASSES DURING THE WEEK

FIRST SATURDAY OF REPARATION TO THE IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY OF THE MONTH OF AUGUST (Special First Saturday schedule due to the

Mass will be offered at Our Lady of Victory Chapel from Monday to Thursday at 8:30 am with the recitation of the Most Holy Rosary beforehand at 8:00 am. On Friday, First Friday, at 9:00 am and on Saturday Mass will offered at 9:15 am . LECTURES ON THE TRUE DEVOTION TO MARY During the summer months we will offer lectures on the True Devotion to Mary as taught by Saint Louis Grignion de Montfort. The True Devotion to Mary is the theological basis of the Total Consecration to the Blessed Virgin Mary. The lectures will be twice a week, on Tuesday and Thursday at 10:00 am. If more people are interested to attend the times are of course negotiable. MARY OF AGREDA GUILD

The Mary of Agreda Guild will meet for its next meeting on Tuesday, August 2nd, at 7:00 pm. The subsequent meetings during the month of August are scheduled for August 9th and 23rd. We will be reading and stu-

Baby shower for Mrs. Nelda Minges) 8:00 am Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament 8:05 am Holy Hour of Reparation, Rosary and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament 9:15 am Holy Mass 10:00 am Confessions NEXT SUNDAY MISSAL GUIDE FOR NEXT SUNDAY: Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost, Second Collect: Saint Cajetan, Confessor, Third Collect: Saint Donatus, Bishop and Martyr, Preface: Holy Trinity.

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Catechism on Modernism But the life of Christ, according to faith, is divine, and so, too, is the life of Christians. And if this life produced, in the course of ages, both the Church and the Sacraments, it is quite right to say that their origin is from Christ, and is divine.’ Q.—Do the Modernist theologians proceed in the same way to establish the divinity of the Holy Scriptures and of dogmas? A.—‘In the same way they make out that the Holy Scriptures and the dogmas are divine.’ Q.—Is this the whole of the Modernist theology? A.—‘In this the Modernist theology may be said to reach its completion. A slender provision, in truth, but more than enough for the theologian who professes that the conclusions of science, whatever they may be, must always be accepted. ! No one will have any difficulty in making the application of these theories to the other points with which We propose to deal.’*

CHAPTER IV THE RELIGIOUS PHILOSOPHY OF THE MODERNISTS (continued) - BRANCHES OF THE FAITH I. DOGMA Q.—Thus far We have touched upon the origin and nature of faith. But as faith has many branches, and chief among them the Church, dogma, worship, devotions, and the books which we call “sacred,” it concerns us to know—what do the Modernists teach concerning them? A.—‘To begin with dogma (We have already indicated its origin and nature),’ according to them, ‘dogma is born of a sort of impulse or necessity by virtue of which the believer elaborates his thought so as to render it clearer to his own conscience and that of others.’ Q.—In what does this elaboration consist?

cess of investigating and refining the primitive mental formula.’

Q.—Is this elaboration a matter of reasoning and logic? A.—No, they reply; ‘not indeed in itself and according to any logical explanation, but according to circumstances, or vitally, as the Modernists somewhat less intelligibly describe it.’ Q.—What is it that this elaboration produces, according to the Modernist theologians? A.—‘Around this primitive formula secondary formulas, as We have already indicated, gradually come to be formed, and these subsequently grouped into one body, or one doctrinal construction, and further sanctioned by the public magisterium as responding to the common consciousness, are called dogma.’ Q.—Do the Modernists distinguish dogma from theological speculations? A.—‘Dogma is to be carefully distinguished from the speculations of theologians.’

Q.—Of what use are these theological speculations? A.—‘Although not alive with the life of dogma,’ these ‘are not without their utility as serving both to harmonize religion with science and to remove opposition between them, and to illumine and defend religion from without, and it may be even to prepare the matter for future dogma.’ _________________________________________________ * The Sovereign Pontiff seems here to declare that it were superfluous to follow the believer and the theologian as well as the philosopher in what concerns the branches of the faith, as he has done for the faith itself. That is why, after putting under our eyes the hand-baggage of Modernist theology, and showing us how easy it is to follow up the parallelism, he will limit himself, except for some passing indications, to setting forth the Modernist philosophy concerning the branches of the faith. He leaves it to us to apply the principles of theology.—AUTHOR.

A.—‘This elaboration consists entirely in the procontinued in the next bulletin

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“Madonna, why do you weep?” The Weeping Madonna of Syracuse dissolved in water and poured into a mold and turned out to dry in the sun. it was then sprayed with a varnish to render it suitable for painting. THE PHENOMENON OF TEARS One of the plaques was given as a wedding gift as we said, to Antonina and Angelo Iannuso who were married on March 21, 1953. At the time they were tepid and neglectful Christians, they said, but they hung the image with some devotion on the wall behind their bed.

The Weeping Madonna of Syracuse is one of the most unusual of the approved miraculous images of the Blessed Virgin Mary and it is one of the latest. Another remarkable fact is that although this image is world famous there is not much written featuring Our Lady of Syracuse and the miracle. THE WEEPING MADONNA OF SYRACUSE, SICILY 1953 INTRODUCTION: The image you see above is a print of a plaster sculpture or plaque, of the Immaculate Heart of Mary; the plaque was massproduced in Tuscany, Italy and shipped to Syracuse for retail. One of the plaques was purchased as a wedding gift. After it had hung in the humble home of the Iannuso couple, the image unexpectedly and prodigiously shed tears for four days. The veneration paid this image in a church built especially for it has been approved by three Popes, but only after an ecclesiastical tribunal scrupulously studied the miracle and had the tears scientifically examined. It has been said that never has a miracle been so thoroughly investigated, nor approved so quickly. The history of the image begins with the sculptor, Amilcare Santini, who modeled it in three days "under artistic inspiration." It was made of plaster

Angelo was a laborer who had taken his bride to live in the home of his brother on Via Degli Orti 11, Syracuse, Sicily. When Antonina discovered she was with child, she was unfortunately afflicted with toxemia that caused her to convulse at times and experience some blindness. At three in the morning on Saturday, August 29, 1953, Antonina suffered a seizure that left her blind. By 8:30 that morning her sight was restored; when she was able to see, her eyes were on the Madonna, which, to Antonina's amazement was weeping effusive tears. At first the others thought she was hallucinating due to her illness, but Antonina insisted she wasn't. Her family looked again and they could see the tears run down the Madonna's cheeks and onto the bed. The neighbors were brought in and they confirmed the tears. THE EXAMINATION One of the many visitors who examined the plaque at close range was Mario Messina, who was highly regarded in the neighborhood. After observing the slow formation of the tears, he removed the image from the wall, looked at it thoroughly and was satisfied that the tears were not the result of an internal reservoir. After the plaque was dried, two tears immediately reappeared. News of the phenomenon spread rapidly throughout the city, bringing crowds that forced their way indoors and gathered in the streets around the house. The security inspector, with the couple's permission, hung the plaque on the outside of the house to satisfy the curiosity of the people, but later, seeing that the crowd showed no sign of diminishing, the picture was taken to the constabulary in an effort to reduce the confusion. The image wept while outside the building and during its transport, but after 40

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“Madonna, why do you weep?” The Weeping Madonna of Syracuse minutes at the police, when it did not weep, it was returned to the Iannuso home. On Sunday, August 30 at 2:00 in the morning, the weeping image was placed on a cushion and displayed for the curious who had remained in the street throughout the night. The plaque was nailed above the main door on Monday, and its tears collected by the people on pieces of cloth and wads of cotton. During this time skeptics became convinced, and many of the sick were healed. That same Monday, to protect the plaque from falling, it was brought to an improvised altar outside the home of the Lucca family who lived across the street; after the recitation of the Rosary, it was returned.

counted on the image; these were covered with varnish. Using a sterilized pipette, a sample of tears was collected, placed in a sterile vial, and taken to the provincial laboratory to be examined by doctors and chemists. Following this thorough investigation, the image continued weeping for another 51 minutes, but at 11:40 in the morning the tears stopped, never to be repeated. The sample of tears was scientifically compared to tears from an adult and a child. Following a detailed analysis the doctors reached this conclusion:

. . . . . . . the liquid examined is shown to be made up of a watery solution of sodium chloride in which traces of protein and nuclei of a silver composition of excretory substances of the quaternary type, the same as found in the human secretions used as a comparison during the analysis. The appearance, the alkalinity and the composition induce one to consider the liquid examined analogous to human tears. THE CHURCH’S EXAMINATION

Three priests visited the home during this time, one of whom notified the chancery, which assembled a group of clergy, four of scientific background and three for reputable witnesses, to comprise an investigating commission. On the specific instructions of the chancellor, the group met at the Iannuso home on Tuesday, Sept. 1 to study the phenomenon, collecting a sample of tears for analysis. The plaque was examined while it wept and while the liquid collected in the cavity formed by the hand over the heart. The commission examined the smooth finish and found no pores or irregularities on the surface. The backing was removed and the unfinished gypsum was scrutinized and found to be dry, even though tears collected on the reverse. Six coats of nitrocellulose colors were

The report was dated September 9, 1953 and signed by the examining doctors. Concerning this commission and the various investigations conducted, we must realize that the Church is never in a hurry to pronounce her judgments on such occurrences and that She acts with maximum caution and prudence, ready to affirm miracles only after positive and unquestionable proofs have been extended. Nevertheless, sufficient proofs were apparently given, since a favorable judgment was rendered in a relatively short time.

The Archbishop of Syracuse visited the Iannuso home to examine the image and returned another day to recite the Rosary with the crowd. Various monsignori visited the image, some of whom witnessed the weeping. Many Cardinals expressed interest, while the Archbishop of Palermo, Ernesto Cardinal Ruffini stated: . . . After careful sifting the numerous reports, after having noted the positive results of the diligent chemical analysis under which the tears gathered were examined, we have unanimously announced the judgment that the reality of the facts cannot be put in doubt. Pope Pius XII, in a radio broadcast on October 17, 1954

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“Madonna, why do you weep?” The Weeping Madonna of Syracuse said: . . . we acknowledge the unanimous declaration of the Episcopal Conference held in Sicily on the reality of the event. Will men understand the mysterious language of those tears? MIRACLES AND THE RELIQUARY

The medical commission that was nominated on October 7, 1953 to scientifically examine the 290 cases of reported cures, decided that 105 of these were deemed to be of "special interest," or likely miracles, which were reported within a few years of the incident. The first person to experience a healing was also the first to observe the weeping. From the time Antonina Iannuso first saw the tears, she recovered completely from severe toxemia and gave birth to a healthy son on December 25, 1953. This is all the knowledge that we have of the miracles specifically. But we do know that the Weeping Madonna caused a world-wide sensation around the world. That this interest was the result of collective hallucination is rejected by authorities of the shrine where the image is now kept. Apart from the separate groups observing the tears in several locations, there was the tangible evidence of the saturated cloths and cotton. Numerous unbelievers or skeptics tasted the salty tears for themselves, thus excluding hallucination by overexcited believers. Moreover, there was motion film coverage of the actual weeping. The question of condensation is also eliminated because that would have necessarily have had to include the entire image and nearby objects, but only the corners of the eyes were emitting the tears. The reliquary presented to Archbishop Baranzini on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of his ordination

is of special interest since it contains the tears collected by the commission. The reliquary is comprised of three layers, the bottom of which contains cloths saturated with the tears, a vial of the tears and some cotton wool that had absorbed the tears; the second layer has four panels depicting the events. The third and highest layer has a crystal urn which holds another vial of tears: the tears in it are now crystallized. The little house on Via Deggli Orti 11, where the Madonna first wept, is now an oratory where Mass is often said. The image itself is enshrined above the main altar of the Santuario Madonna Delle Lacrima, built especially to accommodate the crowds that continue to gather to pray before the holy image. SIGNIFICANCE Why did the Madonna weep? Many theories have been offered which remind us of the tears Mary shed at the foot of the Cross and of those shed by her at La Salette. During one of the visions of St. Catherine Laboure on July 18, 1830, St. Catherine noticed that the Virgin looked sad and had tears in her eyes. Perhaps we should pray the words engraved on the base of the reliquary and wonder with Pope Pius XII if men will understand the mysterious language of the tears . ..

Our Lady of Victory Traditional Roman Catholic Chapel

Important Information BLESSING OF RELIGIOUS ARTICLES: First Sunday of the month after Mass, at the communion rail. BLESSING OF EXPECTANT MOTHERS: Second Sunday of every month after Mass. PRAYER INTENTIONS: To request prayers for your special intentions or needs, please submit them at [email protected] CONFESSIONS: Confessions will be heard before Mass on Sunday and weekdays after Mass. Appointments for confession may be made during the week with the priest.

Pre-Vatican II - Roman Catholic Faith & Worship We are what you once were. We believe what you once believed. We worship as you once worshipped. If you were right then, we are right now. If we are wrong now, you were wrong then.

BAPTISM: Baptisms are by appointment. At least one parent as well as the sponsor (only one sponsor is required) must be practicing Roman Catholics who attend the Traditional Latin Mass exclusively. For further information please phone our priest for arrangements. CONFIRMATIONS: The Sacrament of Confirmation will be solemnly administered once a year. Those who received the Sacrament in the new rite, which is doubtful, may receive it conditionally at any time. Please contact our priest for further arrangements. FIRST HOLY COMMUNION: First Holy Communion will be solemnly administered every year on the Solemnity of Corpus Christi. THE SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY: If you are contemplating marriage, please make an appointment with our priest before setting a date. FUNERALS: Simply call our priest before calling the funeral director. He will help you to make all the arrangements.

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Pray for the restoration of a true Catholic Hierarchy

LAST RITES & SICK CALLS: Our priest must often travel far to administer these sacraments. Please do not put off making arrangements until the last moment. Let us know if a church member is sick, hospitalized or in danger of death. MASS INTENTIONS: For your Mass requests information can be found on page 2 of the bulletin.

Our Lady of Victory Traditional Roman Catholic Chapel 6011 Tylersville Road, Suite 5  Mason, Ohio 45040 New Phone: 513-739-5890  Email: [email protected]

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