Fr. Hewko's Sermons: First Saturday [March 6, 2021]
First Saturday [Feast of Sts. Perpetua and Felicity] March 6, 2021  “To Save Souls From Hell!” in KS



"So let us be confident, let us not be unprepared, let us not be outflanked, let us be wise, vigilant, fighting against those who are trying to tear the faith out of our souls and morality out of our hearts, so that we may remain Catholics, remain united to the Blessed Virgin Mary, remain united to the Roman Catholic Church, remain faithful children of the Church."- Abp. Lefebvre
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Born of Revolution 
A Misconceived Liturgical Movement

By Dr. Carol Byrne

This is the book in which Father refers to as further proof of how the errors of Russia spread into the very bosom of the Church.
Every Catholic should read this book. Truly eye-opening with outstanding documentation. A quick-read paperback; affordably priced.

From the book cover description:
This study provides evidence that the 20th-century Liturgical Movement, inaugurated in 1909 by the Belgian monk Dom Lambert Beauduin, was not of genuine Catholic inspiration but inhabited an altogether different dimension, one that served the “ecumenical” preferences of a certain group of liturgists with radical ideas for reform. Their success in gaining the ear of Pope Pius XII was the precondition for that control-by-committee which would be the hallmark of all future developments in the liturgy. Many will be shocked to discover that these radical reformers were effectively given the power to dictate the reforms on the basis of their own views, which were rife with negative connotations against the traditional liturgy. Using “active participation” of the laity as their rallying cry, they spread the fiction that the faithful had been deprived for centuries of their right to take an active part in the liturgy, and that it was time for them to take back what they had been denied by a “dominant” clergy. By 1956, the stage was set for a paradigm shift in the role of the priest as the basis for a liturgical revolution.
Dr. Byrne's book that Fr. Hewko has been reading from in this (and other) sermons that 'Kelley' shared above, Born of Revolution: A Misconceived Liturgical Revolution can also be purchased here: as an E-book.

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