A Happy and Holy New Year to you all!
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The Catacombs would like to wish you all a Happy and Holy New Year!


"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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The Year of Our Lord - 2022

May He be Glorified! Christ is King!


Quote:"We must build again the Social Reign of Our Lord Jesus Christ in this Christian world which is disappearing. You shall tell me: "But, Monseigneur, this is the fight of David against Goliath!" Yes, indeed, I know. But in his fight against Goliath, David won the victory! How did he win the victory? By a little pebble which he took from the torrent. What is this little stone which we have? Jesus Christ! Our Lord Jesus Christ! We shall say with our ancestors from Vendée: "We have no other honor than the honor of Jesus Christ. We have no other fear in the world than to offend Jesus Christ!" They went to their death to defend their God singing this!

We also, let us sing with courage, wholeheartedly:"We have no other love than Our Lord Jesus Christ, no other fear than to offend Him!"

- (Archbishop Lefebvre, 60th Ordination Anniversary Sermon, 1989)
"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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A blessed and holy new year to one and all!
Here is an excerpt from the book Blessed Be God.  Prayers below begin on page 243.
Link to free digital copy:  Blessed Be God A Complete Catholic Prayer Book by Fr. Charles J. Callan, OP & Fr. John A. McHugh, OPA

Prayers for THE LAST DAY OF THE YEAR (Dec. 31) (indulgence of 7 yrs.)
ACTS OF THANKSGIVING TO THE MOST HOLY TRINITY
We offer to the Most Holy Trinity the merits of Jesus Christ in thanksgiving for the Precious Blood which He shed in the Garden for us; and by His merits we beseech the divine majesty to grant us the pardon of all our sins. Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory be, etc.

We off to the the Most Holy Trinity the merits of Jesus Christ, in thanksgiving for His most precious death endured on the cross for us; and by His merits we beseech the divine majesty to free us from the punishment due to our sins.  Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory be, etc.

We offer to the Most Holy Trinity the merits of Jesus Christ, in thanksgiving for His unspeakable charity, by which He descended from heaven to earth to take upo9n Himself our flesh, and to suffer and die for us on the corss; and by His merits we beseech the divine jajesty to bring our souls to the gloryof heaven after our death.  
Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory be, etc.

AN ACT OF THANKSGIVING FOR THE BLESSINGS OF THE PAST YEAR- see page 245 followed by singing or praying the Hymn of Thanksgiving- the Te Deum.

On page 247 begins prayers for the new year:
OLD YEAR AND NEW YEAR
 (from Lapsus est Annus)
A Year is dead, a year is born;
Thus time flies by on silent wing:
Thou, Lord, alone canst guide our course
And safe to heaven Thy people bring.
For all past gifts we render thanks;
For graces new we humbly pray.
Oh, grant that we and those we love
May ne'er from faith and duty stray.
O lord, our daily wants supply;
Protect from sickness and disease;
And deign to give, O God of love,
The blessing of unbroken peace.
Oh, blot out all our ancient sins
And give us strength to fall no more;
When fight is o'er and victory won.
Then crown us on the eternal shore.
Fr all the old year's sins we grieve;
Our hearts we consecrate to Thee.
Grant us, when all our years are sped,
Our heavenly Father's face to see.
Supplications and Resolutions for the New Year
O ETERNAL Father, after having thanked Thy infinite bounty for Thy exceeding benefits in the past, we humbly implore pardon for our manifold sins and negligences, for the time we have consumed and wasted in vanities and in things that profit not unto salvation, and for the woeful want of correspondence with Thy graces which we have so habitually manifested.
  But filled with confidence in Thy mercy, so lavishly  displayed in a multitude of ways, we ask Thy blessing upon our good purposes and resolutions.  For now we renew the sacred promises we made in Baptism, when we first became Thy children and heirs of the heavenly kingdom, and we renounce Satan with all his works and pomps.
  Firmly convinced that the salvation of our immortal souls is the one great business of life, the purpose for which we have come into the world, we solemnly resolve for the future not only to do all in our power to avoid every grievous sin in thought, word, and deed, but also to shun every unnecessary occasion that might imperil our souls.  We further resolve to fulfil with greater exactness and fidelity the duties of our station in life, to give more attention to our progress in things spiritual, to be more devoted to holy Mass, to receive the Sacraments more frequently, and to pray more often and more fervently.
  Bless, O my God, these good resolutions which we offer to Thee at this, the threshold of a new year.  Give us Thy precious grace and make us truly wise.  The days and years of our life are passing so swiftly away.  Help us, in Thy mercy, to utilize them, as we ought to do, for Thy greater honor and glory,  for the good of our neighbor, and for our sanctification.  The night cometh in which no man can work longer; soon, at best, we shall have to appear before Thee to render an account of our stewardship. May we then be found worthy to receive from Thee that divine welcome: "Well done, good and faithful servant, enter into the joy of thy Lord."
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