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The movement of the human soul, and human society in general, from its fallen chaotic state towards divine order is at the heart of the Blog of Padre Pio Press. Writings, ponderings, and reflections on this movement of the soul are authored by Fr. Cliff Ermatinger and by the occasional Guest Contributor. The articles and recordings are relegated to the following areas:

Western
Culture

Order with Chaos

Spiritual
Growth

Chaos Seeking Order

Traditional
Liturgy

Divine Order Offered
to Restore Order

Spiritual
Combat

Resisting Absolute Chaos

During the Month of June, Which is Devoted to the Sacred Heart of Jesus,
Padre Pio Press Invites Its Readership to Join In Saying:

    in the morning The Litany of Humility
The Litany of the Sacred Heart at night   

In Reparation for All the Ways He is Blasphemed,
Consolation for All The Times He is Ignored,
and Veneration for All that He Continues to Give to Us.


During the Month of June, Which is
Devoted to the Sacred Heart of Jesus,
Padre Pio Press Invites Its Readership to Join In Saying:

in the morning
The Litany of Humility
:

 and at night,
The Litany of the Sacred Heart

In Reparation for
All the Ways He is Blasphemed,
Consolation for All the Times
He is Ignored,
and Veneration for All that
He Continues to Give to Us.


From March 12 Through December 12,
Padre Pio Press Cordially Invites Its Readership to Join in Saying:

Novena to Our Lady of Guadalupe

:


Fourth Sunday After Pentecost — Sermon by Fr. Ermatinger

Wunderbarer Fischzug, Workshop of Jacob Jordaens, 1640

Translation of the Epistle for the Fourth Sunday after Pentecost

Brethren: I reckon that the sufferings of the present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory to come that will be revealed in us. For the eager longing of creation awaits the revelation of the sons of God. For creation was made subject to vanity – not by its own will but by reason of Him Who made it subject – in hope, because creation itself also will be delivered from its slavery […]

By |June 17th, 2024|Categories: Homilies, Traditional Liturgy|

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