Tuesday, March 19, 2013

An Internet Archive this will be. Moving on from YCRCM

Hello to all,

I don't know if any of your are even still reading the posts here from way back on YCRCM. But if anyone still has me in their blogger feeds, it's time to make good on a promise from Xmas.

Seeing as how life has carried me along, and where I am currently devoting my personal and spiritual energies in work, and the Church, I have decided that I shall end my tenure here at YCRCM.

Personally, this is the first time in 3 months I have visited my first online labour of love, mainly to see what's left over, and just to close this chapter in my life.

Initially, I did this blog because I was inspired by a few of the other bloggers out there who were fighting the institutional wrongs in the Catholic Church. I had just reverted to the faith back in November 2009 and was on fire. I was consuming a number of blogs, not all good, but enough that I thought of jumping on the bandwagon with a pseudo-name and taking charge. That I did.

However, as time has progressed, I became involved in more parish activities, and also picked up a part time job that makes me work weekend straights often (Thurs - Sun) with night shifts. Between all of that, and blogging on another blog as my real life identity, I lost interest in this blog. Further, I actually enjoyed blogging as my real self. At least if I was going to be all serious about something, it was coming directly from me, and not out of fear of retribution. Not to mention it forces me to think more about what I write, not that I have done that perfectly all the time.

Some people do know my real Identity as I've contacted them outside of this blog, or told trusted people in real life. While I'd like to tell you about my new blog, I personally do not want to reveal who I am in real life on this forum, unless I get ratted out with some careful super-sleuthing. I'd rather just close the book on this chapter in my online blogging/life, which was more when I was unbridled, and emulating certain online bloggers, who truthfully are not positive influences in the life of the Church.

Therefore my viewers, online acquaintances and the like, I say to you goodbye, farewell, and for the few of you who know my real identity, hop over to my new online blog. Otherwise, for any new viewers or returnees, feel free to skim through the archive of my work, and may the Peace of Christ be with you.

For what is likely the last time. Peace. YCRCM.

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Quickpost: Sheen and a musing of waining interest

Hey everyone.

Read this, and go out and fight the liturgical destruction within the institutional Catholic Church. Don't be afraid to get in people's faces:

Now, as for me, YCRCM, I find as of late that I only care to load up Quick-posts and am devoting my time to work and other interests as my real self. I am not sure, but I am thinking of abandoning active duty on this blog and just leaving it up for anyone to read if they choose to see my archived posts. I'll have to ponder it. However, I will let you know if I don't care to blog here anymore. 


Saturday, November 24, 2012

Quickpost: Good Christ the King Analysis with an "EF" encyclical, Quas Primas

Hello Everyone.

So I haven't been on here in a couple of weeks. Well I'm still alive doing other things in my work and faith life.

I am here, though, to bring to your attention a good post I received in my blogger feed. This comes from the USA, from Christopher Smith, OP at Amazing Catechists. I felt this post had the best of everything: A good ol' encyclical by a pope back when the EF was the form of the Mass in the Latin Rite, THE ONLY FORM, analysis of modern events, and good sound reflection on the Feast day in the Ordinary Form. Here's the post:


BTW, the Feast of Christ the King was already celebrated in the Extraordinary Form, on the Last Sunday in October.

God Bless, YCRCM.  

Monday, November 12, 2012

Important Posting. Please Read

Salt and Light is in Crisis. This is by far, the best, most critical, non spiteful, charitable, posting on this whole issue with Fr. Baum in the most recent Witness interview, by liberal priest Fr. Rosica


Please read this and if needed, start the mail and e-mail train to S & L. Please alert their employees of these issues. They should not be happy working for a liberal priest who hosts excommunicated priests parading around as is they aren't excommunicated.


Sunday, November 11, 2012

Quickpost: 10 Lies about Modern Church Architecture




Interesting follow up to my Last Post

So I was viewing my blog roll today on Blogger when I see this from Vox Cantoris:

Looks like someone paid me a visit last night and read my post. I honestly just put the article up there as a ``Cool!`` moment that one encounters while surfing the net for something they wanted, and got something else while searching for it. 

I must say I didn't know how the Latin Mass was established in that diocese in Winnipeg. Have a gander at the link above for the insider scoop that Vox has on this.

By the way' the site that featured the article in the previous post is that of the Archdiocese of St. Catherine`s Ontario. Vox also covers that diocese as well as a central female figure to the Latin Mass in St. Catherine's who sadly is resting in peace now. That's right folks, you don't have to be a womynpryst to have a significant role to play in the life of the Church, including the EF. 


Saturday, November 10, 2012

Quickpost: Pigs are flying in Manitoba in St. Catherine's Diocese .... and Jesuits are Celebrating the EF????

Hello Everyone.

I haven't been active here on YCRCM in a bit, as I've been delving into my Latin Mass stuff and my work as my true identity lately.

While trying to see what tomorrow's EF calendar Sunday is to set my EF 1962 Missal to the appropriate section, I found THIS:


As I was reading this article, I COULDN'T BELIEVE THAT JESUITS WERE CELEBRATING THE EF!!!! That's right folks, the Church's favourite liberal order who gave into the "Spirit of Vatican II" for the most part, is starting to return to its roots. Really, I had to do a double take at seeing Jesuits, nevermind a Jesuit parish, become an EF only hub of the St. Catherine's diocese in Manitoba. And wow this priest gets what the appeal is to people and how its grown over time. Really this is a good read considering it was posted at the end of August this year.

The Church may be hitting on hard times institutionally speaking and is becoming more out-casted in the world, but it's starting to really become something once again liturgically, and is starting to overall, return to truly carrying out the mission of the Lord, in spreading the Good News, teaching the hard teachings of eternal salvation, and giving people a REASON and an IDENTITY, to be a Catholic and what it truly means. Enjoy the read.


Thursday, October 25, 2012

If You Want To Be Catholic, Prepare to Dispose of your Family if They Aren't On Board 100%

Well, the Novus Ordo isn't exactly very nice today in it's Gospel message today:

Luke Chapter 12: 49-53:

49 "I came to cast fire upon the earth; and would that it were already kindled!
50 I have a baptism to be baptized with; and how I am constrained until it is accomplished!
51 Do you think that I have come to give peace on earth? No, I tell you, but rather division;
52 for henceforth in one house there will be five divided, three against two and two against three;
53 they will be divided, father against son and son against father, mother against daughter and daughter against her mother, mother-in-law against her daughter-in-law and daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law." 

Whoa! This is not exactly a good message. You're probably asking: What? You mean I'll fight my family? YES! that's exactly what is meant. You may be lucky to be in a "catholic" household, but today's "catholic" household can include liars, hypocrites, pro-choice, pro-euthanasia, and just plain lukewarm "c"atholics. And if you are the sad 'sucker' in the family who actually adheres to the Magisterium and actually attends weekly Mass, guaranteed your parents and siblings will not respect you unless they are of the same mindset.

And if you are an attendee of the Latin Mass/1962 Mass/EF? Be prepared even by your practicing Catholic weekly attending-relatives who have embraced the "Spirit of Vatican II" to be attacked. Eventually you might have to make a choice to either cope with the pain and suffering, or cut them off completely .... that will be up to you, but honestly why do you want to hang around with people, even your own blood relatives, if they are just obstacles and millstones to your faith and your future childrens'? That or you could try the New Evangelization stuff, but likely your relatives are too self-centered and self-serving to want to care, or they know they'll have to give up their precious lifestyle to do so, whether it involves pre-marital sex or living "below their standard" or "suffering" through that "annoying" hour once a week when they have "better things to do with their time".

As a final note, here's a Franciscan Friar (an actual real shaved head friar!)'s take on the Gospel.


Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Quickpost: Credit to Tina in Ashburn at Fr. Z. for explaining the SSPX and Sunday Obligation in Layman's Terms

Speaking of the SSPX and Richard Williamson .....

Fr. Z has picked up on this and now people are commenting on the post. One posting in particular here:


comes from a Tina in Ashburn. And wow! It's probably the clearest, layman's explanation of the whole "I go to SSPX chapels and Churches because there is a DIRE EMERGENCY in the Church" situation. Here it is:

"as an aside: “one may fulfill their Sunday obligation in one of their chapels”
This understanding must be taken in context of the whole law. In emergency situations, yes, we can fulfill Holy Day obligations, and receive certain Sacraments, at the point of death for instance. For instance, if I’m in Russia and have no other access to Mass, I can receive Communion from an Orthodox.
Unfortunately, repeating this behavior, attendance, belonging to the group, day in and day out, does not constitute an emergency. Continually behaving this way creates the schismatic mindset – that is the danger. [Yes I recognize that many are in a terrible location where the worst of Church practices must be endured, but in this case 'emergency' becomes a subjective definition as an excuse to go elsewhere - I do sympathize!! And egad, why don't liberal abuses get more attention and clarification? ]
By taking this ‘emergency’ as an excuse for adhering to the SSPX, how is this behavior not unlike the liberals who insist on lay distribution of Holy Communion because, it seems, every day is an ‘emergency’ and thus allowed. There are many examples of stretching these allowances and creating a rule from an exception."
Wow. You go T.I.A. Awesome. And just as a warning, I'm monitoring replies. See my blog rules back in August 2011.