List of websites that live-stream Holy Mass (with 2021 updates)

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This special post of the Catholic eBooks Project provides:

  1. A partial list of websites that live-stream or upload videos of the Holy Mass or Holy Qurbono/Qurbana or Divine Liturgy, alphabetically grouped under the several Rites the one true Church;
  2. Suggestions on other means of accessing Holy Mass online; and
  3. Resources on exceptional means of observing the Sunday obligation.

This index of resources is offered for the benefit of the faithful who live in areas where authorities have suspended public celebration of the Most Holy Sacrifice of the Mass due to the current pandemic, or who have themselves been quarantined, or who are otherwise unable to hear Holy Mass in person for just and grave reasons. Continue reading

Online ebook: “A New Marian Hymnal: Traditional Spiritual Songs in English and Slavonic”

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On the Feast of the Intercession and Protection of Our Most Holy Lady Theotokos and Ever-Virgin Mary, and of Saint Romanos the Melodist, in the Catholic Churches of the Byzantine Rite. For other texts and ebooks, you may access the List of Free eBooks (Arranged by Title), the List of Free eBooks (Grouped by Subject), the List of Worth-It Catholic Books & eBooks, and the main page of the Catholic eBooks Project.

Online text: “Newman, the Councils, and Vatican II”, by Dr. Ian Ker

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See also the texts listed on the webpage Church and Ecclesiology, the 11 October 2012 post “Online texts: Documents of the Second Vatican Council; and on its Interpretation and Application“, the 11 October 2017 post “Online texts: The original schemas (drafts) of Vatican II“, and the 30 September 2021 post “Online text: Instruction on Vernacular Languages in the Roman Liturgy, by the Congregation for Divine Worship“; as well as the following texts discussing (from both approbative and critical viewpoints) the Council in general:

  • “The Body, the Family, and the Order of Love: The Interpretive Key to Vatican II”, by José Granados, Communio, Volume 39, No. 1 (Spring-Summer 2012): pp. 201-226. Available in pdf format through this page of Communio: International Catholic Review.
  • “The Ecclesiology of the Second Vatican Council”, by Dr. Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger (later Pope Benedict XVI), translated by Stephen Wentworth Arndt, Communio, Volume 13, No. 3 (Fall 1986): pp. 239-252. Available in pdf format through this page of Communio: International Catholic Review. What appears to be the same text, under the title “The Ecclesiology of Vatican II”, may be read online on this page of the EWTN Library, which describes it as the author’s “Lecture of at the opening of the Pastoral Congress of the Diocese of Aversa, Italy (15 September 2001)”.
  • Iota Unum: A Study of Changes in the Catholic Church in the XXth Century, by Romano Amerio, ‎2nd edition (Kansas City, MO: Angelus Press, 1996). The paperback may be purchased on this page of Loreto Publications, and at Angelus Press. Selected chapters may be read online at SSPX Asia (courtesy of the Angelus Press, Kansas City, MO 64109). [Note, the last website contains materials whose critical view of the Second Vatican Council may merit reconsideration through the hermeneutic of reform and continuity proposed by Pope Benedict XVI.]
  • “The Second Vatican Council: Difficulties of Its Interpretation”, by Walter Cardinal Brandmüller, former President of the Pontifical Committee for Historical Sciences, translated by Giuseppe Pellegrino. Address Given to the Ecclesia Mater School, August 2019]. May be read online on this page of Catholic Culture.org, and on this page of Stilum Curiae.
  • “Vatican II’s Catholicity: A Christological Perspective on Truth, History, and the Human Person”, by Antonio López, Communio, Volume 39, No.1 (Spring-Summer 2012): pp. 82-117. Available in pdf format through this page of Communio: International Catholic Review.

See also these texts discussing various aspects of the Council’s teaching and legislation:

  • Apostolic Letter “Spiritus et Sponsa” on the 40th Anniversary of the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy “Sacrosanctum Concilium”, by Saint John Paul the Great / Pope John Paul II, 04 December 2003. May be read online  on this page of Catholic Culture.org.
  • Apostolic Letter “Vicesimus Quintus Annus” on the 25th Anniversary of the Promulgation of the Conciliar Constitution “Sacrosanctum Concilium” on the Sacred Liturgy, by Saint John Paul the Great / Pope John Paul II, 4 December 1988. May be read online on this page of Catholic Culture.org, and at the Holy See.
  • “Benedict XVI’s ‘Hermeneutic of Reform’ and Religious Freedom”, by Martin Rhonheimer, Nova et Vetera, English Edition, Vol. 9, No. 4 (Fall 2011): 1029–54. Available in PDF format on this page of the St. Paul Center. and at the University of Arizona [Parts of the text were previously published online in English at Chiesa. A response by Thomas Pink, “Rhonheimer on religious liberty: On The ‘hermeneutic of reform’ and religious liberty in Nova et Vetera”, may be read online on this page of Rorate Coeli]
  • “The Body and the Bride of Christ: The Church as One Unique Transcendent Subject”, by Roch Kereszty, Communio, Volume 46, No. 2 (Summer 2019): pp. 268-287. Available in pdf format through this page of Communio: International Catholic Review.
  • “Christian Personalism and the Debate Over the Nature and Ends of Marriage”, by Nicholas J. Healy Jr., Communio, Volume 39, No. 1 (Spring-Summer 2012): pp. 186-200. Available in pdf format through this page of Communio: International Catholic Review.
  • “Family and the Identity of the Person”, by David S. Crawford, Communio, Volume 39, No.1 (Spring-Summer 2012): pp. 169-186. Available in pdf format through this page of Communio: International Catholic Review.
  • “Freedom, Truth, and Human Dignity: An Interpretation of Dignitatis Humanae on the Right to Religious Liberty”, by David L. Schindler, Volume 40.2 (Summer-Fall 2013).  Available in pdf format through this page of Communio: International Catholic Review.
  • “The “Hermeneutic of Reform” and Religious Freedom”, by Martin Rhonheimer, translated by Joseph T. Papa. May be read online on this page of www.chiesa, which provides the subtitle “Continuity or discontinuity: how did Vatican II understand the Church’s relation with the modern world?”
  • “The Orations of the Vatican II Missal: Policies for Revision”, by Lauren Pristas, Communio, Volume 30, No. 4 (Winter 2003): pp. 621-653. Available in pdf format though this page of Communio: International Catholic Review.
  • “Subsistit In: Full Identity or Discontinuity?”, by Brian Kusek (2016). School of Divinity Master’s Theses and Projects, 16. Available in pdf format at the University of St. Thomas.
  • “Toward a Culture of Life: The Eucharist, the ‘Restoration’ of Creation, and the ‘Worldly’ Task of the Laity in Liberal Societies”, by David L. Schindler, Volume 29.4 (Winter 2002): pp.679-690. Available in pdf format through this page of Communio: International Catholic Review.
  • Vatican II and the Church’s ‘Openness to the World’”, by Professor Margaret H. McCarthy, Ph.D., Communio, Volume 39, No. 1 (Spring-Summer 2012): pp. 227-268. Available in pdf format through this page of Communio: International Catholic Review.
  • Will Many Be Saved?: What Vatican II Actually Teaches and Its Implications for the New Evangelization, by Professor Ralph Martin, S.T.D. [Sacred Heart Major Seminary, Archdiocese of Detroit] (Grand Rapids: Michigan: Wm. B. Eerdmans, 2012). The ebook and/or the printed book may be purchased at Verbum and Amazon.

On the Feast of Pope Saint John XIII in the Ordinary Form of the Roman Rite, and the anniversary of the Second Vatican Council. For other texts and ebooks, you may access the List of Free eBooks (Arranged by Title), the List of Free eBooks (Grouped by Subject), the List of Worth-It Catholic Books & eBooks, and the main page of the Catholic eBooks Project.

“The major interest of the Ecumenical Council is this: that the sacred heritage of Christian truth be safeguarded and expounded with greater efficacy… Its intention is to give to the world the whole of that doctrine which, notwithstanding every difficulty and contradiction, has become the common heritage of mankind—to transmit it in all its purity, undiluted, undistorted…

“What is needed at the present time is a new enthusiasm, a new joy and serenity of mind in the unreserved acceptance by all of the entire Christian faith, without forfeiting that accuracy and precision in its presentation which characterized the proceedings of the Council of Trent and the First Vatican Council… that this doctrine shall be more widely known, more deeply understood, and more penetrating in its effects on men’s moral lives…. that this certain and immutable doctrine, to which the faithful owe obedience, be studied afresh and reformulated in contemporary terms. For this deposit of faith, or truths which are contained in our time-honored teaching is one thing; the manner in which these truths are set forth (with their meaning preserved intact) is something else…

“It is… an overwhelming source of grief to us to know that, although Christ’s blood has redeemed every man that is born into this world, there is still a great part of the human race that does not share in those sources of supernatural grace, which exist in the Catholic Church. And yet the Church sheds her light everywhere. The power that is hers by reason of her supernatural unity redounds to the advantage of the whole family of men…  Such, venerable brethren, is the aim of the Second Vatican Council. It musters the Church’s best energies and studies with all earnestness how to have the message of salvation more readily welcomed by men.” (Pope St. John XXIII, Opening Address To the Council, 11 October 1962)

Online ebook: “Meditations on the Mysteries of the Rosary”, by R. J. Miller, C.SS.R.

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  • The Book of the Holy Rosary: Popular Doctrinal Exposition of Its Fifteen Mysteries, Mainly Conveyed in Select Extracts from the Fathers and Doctors of the Church, with an Explanation of Their Corresponding Types in the Old Testament: A Preservative Against Unbelief, by Rev. Henry Formby (London: Burns, Oates, & Company, 1872). With Imprimatur. Available in various formats at Internet Archive.
  • The Excellence of the Rosary: Conferences for Devotions in Honor of the Blessed Virgin, by Rev. M. J. [Math Josef] Frings (New York: Joseph F. Wagner , 1912). With Imprimatur. May be read online on this page of Story of a Soul. May be read online, and available various formats, at Project Gutenberg (epub, mobi) and Internet Archive (pdf, epub, mobi).
  • Ofrecimiento del Santísimo Rosario, Segun el Uso de la Sagrada Religion de Nuestro Padre Santo Domingo de Guzman, por Don José Ruiz de Sorzano (Madrid: Imprenta de Aguado, 1823). Disponible en Internet Archive, con una secunda copia en Internet Archive, y Google Books.
  • Rosa Mystica: The 15 Mysteries of the Most Holy Rosary and Other Joys, Sorrows and Glories of Mary: illustrated with copies of the rosary frescoes of Giovanni di San Giovanni and other artists, by Kenelm Digby Best (London: R. & T. Washbourne; St. Louis, Mo : B. Herder, 1904). Available in various formats at Open Library and Internet Archive.
  • A Scriptural Rosary for Peace and for the Family: The Joyful, Luminous, Sorrowful and Glorious Mysteries, compiled by Father Bernard Mulcahy, O.P., (New Haven, CT: Catholic Information Service, Knights of Columbus Supreme Council, 2008). Part of The Veritas Series “Proclaiming the Faith in the Third Millennium”, general editor Father Juan-Diego Brunetta, O.P. Available in PDF format (on this page) of the Catholic Information Service.
  • El Secreto Admirable del Santo Rosario, de San Luís María Grignion de Montfort. Disponible en Dulce Corazon de Maria.

On the Feast of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary in the Roman Rite. For other texts and ebooks, you may access the List of Free eBooks (Arranged by Title), the List of Free eBooks (Grouped by Subject), the List of Worth-It Catholic Books & eBooks, and the main page of the Catholic eBooks Project.

“And in the sixth month, the Angel Gabriel was sent from God… To a virgin…. Mary. And the Angel… said to her: Hail, full of grace, the Lord is with thee: Blessed art thou among women. Behold thou shalt conceive in thy womb, and shalt bring forth a Son, and thou shalt call his name, Jesus…. The Holy Ghost shall come upon thee, and the power of the most High shall overshadow thee. And therefore also the Holy which shall be born of thee, shall be called the Son of God. (Gospel according to St. Luke, i, 26-35)

“… when Elizabeth heard the salutation of Mary, the infant leaped in her womb: and Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Ghost: And she cried out with a loud voice, and said: Blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb. And whence is this to me, that the mother of my Lord should come to me?  …. [B]lessed art thou that hast believed, because those things shall be accomplished that were spoken to thee by the Lord.” (Gospel according to St. Luke, i, 41-45)

“And behold there was a man in Jerusalem named Simeon… and the Holy Ghost was in him… And when his parents brought in the child Jesus… [Simeon] also took him into his arms, and blessed God… and said to Mary, his mother: Behold, this child is set for the ruin, and for the resurrection of many in Israel, and for a sign which shall be contradicted. And thy own soul a sword shall pierce, that out of many hearts thoughts may be revealed.” (Gospel according to St. Luke, i, 25-45)

“And the temple of God was opened in heaven: and the ark of his testament was seen in his temple, and there were lightnings, and voices, and an earthquake, and great hail. And there appeared a great wonder in heaven: a woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and on her head a crown of twelve stars” (Apocalypse xi, 19xii, 1)

Online text: “The Law of War in Francisco Suárez”, by Dr. Paulo Borges de Macedo

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See also these related texts on the ethics of armed conflict under natural and positive law:

  • The Christian Soldier in the Service of Just Peace: Declaration of the AMI General Assembly, Berlin, October 2010, by the Apostolat Militaire International/ International Military Apostolate (Vienna: Amtliche Publikation der Republik Österreich/ Bundesminister für Landesverteidigung und Sport, 2011). Also called the Declaration of Berlin. The English version is available in  in PDF format on this page. The English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, and Dutch versions are available in PDF format on this page of the Apostolat Militaire International, with the following contents:
    • “The Christian Soldier in the Service of Just Peace Declaration of the AMI General Assembly, Berlin, October 2010”, p. 9
    • “Le militaire chrétien au service d’une paix juste Déclaration de l’Assemblée Générale de l’AMI, Berlin, octobre 2010”, p. 21
    • “El Militar Cristiano como Servidor de la Paz Justa Declaración de la Asamblea General del AMI, Berlín, Octubre 2010”. p. 35
    • “Il Soldato Cristiano al Servizio di una Pace Giusta Dichiarazione dell’Assemblea Generale dell’AMI, Berlino, Ottobre 2010”, p. 49
    • “Der christliche Soldat als Diener eines gerechten Friedens Erklärung der Generalversammlung des AMI, Berlin, Oktober 2010”, p. 61
    • “De Christelijke Soldaat in Dienst van Rechtvaardige Vrede Verklaring van de Algemene Vergadering van het AMI, Berlijn, oktober 2010”, p. 75
  • In Praise of the New Knighthood (Liber ad milites Templi: De laude novae militae), by St. Bernard of Clairvaux, translated by Conrad Greenia. From The Cistercian Fathers Series: Number Nineteen, The Works of Bernard of Clairvaux: Volume Seven, Treatises III, translated by Conrad Greenia, (Kalamazoo, Michigan: Cistercian Publications, 1977). May be read online at Hanover College.
  • An Introduction to the Just War Tradition”, by John F. Coverdale, Pace International Law Review, Volume 16, Issue 2 (Fall 2004): pp. 221-277. Available in pdf format at Pace Law School.
  • “Thomas Aquinas: On Law, Tyranny and Resistance”, by Dr. N.P. Swartz, Acta Theologica, Vol. 30, No. 1 (Jun. 2010): pp. 145-157. Available in pdf format and may be read online at the Scientific Electronic Library Online (SciELO) SA.

See also this book of prayers and devotions for members of the military:

  • Armed with the Faith: A Catholic Handbook, Catholic Information Service edition, edited by Reverend Daniel R. Sweeney, S.J.  (New Haven, CT: Knights of Columbus Supreme Council, Catholic Information Service, 2009). With Imprimatur. [N.B., This new edition of the Military Catholic Handbook contains various prayers and devotions, including those specific to soldiers, a manual on confession, and catechetical instructions.]. Available in PDF format on this page of the Knights of Columbus.

Posted on the eve of the Feast of Our Lady of Victory (Our Lady of the Holy Rosary), commemorating the Christian victory at the Battle of Lepanto (07 October 1571), on the history of which readers might see the following:

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“For rulers are not a terror to the good work, but to the evil… For he is the minister of God to thee for good. But if thou do that which is evil, fear: for he beareth not the sword in vain. For he is the minister of God: and avenger to execute wrath upon him that doth evil.” (Romans xiii, 3-4)

Free ebook: “The Writings of Saint Francis of Assisi”

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  • The Writings of Saint Francis of Assisi, newly translated into English with an Introduction and Notes by Father Paschal Robinson, O.F.M. [1870-1948] (Philadelphia: The Dolphin Press, 1906). May be read online on this page of the Capuchin Franciscan Friars Australia, and on this page of e-Catholic 2000 . May also be read online at the Online Library of Liberty, where it also available in pdf and kindle/mobi formats, and at Sacred Texts. [Caution: These latter two websites also contain non-Catholic texts, which readers without the requisite learning/guidance, sanctity, and need are counseled to avoid.]

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On the Feast of Saint Francis of Assisi in the Roman Rite. For other texts and ebooks, you may access the List of Free eBooks (Arranged by Title), the List of Free eBooks (Grouped by Subject), the List of Worth-It Catholic Books & eBooks, and the main page of the Catholic eBooks Project.

Online text: “Faith and Reason: What Relationship?”, by Prof. Vittorio Possenti

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On the Feast of Saint Dionysios the Areopagite in the Maronite Church. For other texts and ebooks, you may access the List of Free eBooks (Arranged by Title), the List of Free eBooks (Grouped by Subject), the List of Worth-It Catholic Books & eBooks, and the main page of the Catholic eBooks Project.

“Paul, standing in the midst of the Areopagus, said: Ye men of Athens… What…  you worship without knowing it, that I preach to you. God, who made the world and all things therein, he being Lord of heaven and earth… who giveth to all life, and breath, and all things; .. hath made of one, all mankind… That they should seek God, if haply they may feel after him or find him: although he be not far from every one of us. For in him we live, and move, and have our being” (Acts xvii, 22-28, 34)

“[T]here is a twofold order of knowledge… [I]n addition to things to which natural reason can attain, mysteries hidden in God are proposed to us for belief which, had they not been divinely revealed, could not become known… [A]lthough faith is above reason, nevertheless, between faith and reason no true dissension can ever exist, since the same God, who reveals mysteries and infuses faith, has bestowed on the human soul the light of reason; moreover, God cannot deny Himself, nor ever contradict truth with truth…” (First Vatican Council, Dogmatic Constitution “Dei Filius”)

“[W]e can see the profound harmony between what is Greek in the best sense of the word and the biblical understanding of faith in God. Modifying the first verse of the Book of Genesis… John began the prologue of his Gospel with the words: “In the beginning was the λόγος”… Logos means both reason and word – a reason which is creative and capable of self-communication, precisely as reason. John thus spoke the final word on the biblical concept of God…. A profound encounter of faith and reason is taking place…” (Pope Benedict XVI, 2006 Regensburg Address)

Online text: “Catechesis on the Holy Angels”, by Saint John Paul the Great

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On the Feast of the Holy Guardian Angels in the Roman Rite. For other texts and ebooks, you may access the List of Free eBooks (Arranged by Title), the List of Free eBooks (Grouped by Subject), the List of Worth-It Catholic Books & eBooks, and the main page of the Catholic eBooks Project.

Texto en linea: “Carta sobre la Nueva Evangelización”, de Mons. Javier Echevarría

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En la fiesta de San Remigio y Santa Teresa del Niño Jesús en rito romano, y antes del aniversario de la fundación del Opus Dei. Para más libros, por favor ingrese a la lista de los libros electrónicos gratis (Ordenados por título) y la lista de los libros electrónicos gratis (Agrupados por tema).

“No hay evangelización verdadera, mientras no se anuncie el nombre, la doctrina, la vida, las promesas, el reino, el misterio de Jesús de Nazaret Hijo de Dios…. [E]l anuncio no adquiere toda su dimensión más que cuando es escuchado, aceptado, asimilado…. aquellos cuya vida se ha transformado entran en una comunidad que es en sí misma signo de la transformación, signo de la novedad de vida: la Iglesia, sacramento visible de la salvación… Finalmente, el que ha sido evangelizado evangeliza a su vez…” (Papa San Pablo VI, “Evangelii Nuntiandi“, 22-24)

“No podemos olvidar que la Iglesia es mucho más que un camino de salvación: es el único camino. Y esto no lo han inventado los hombres, lo ha dispuesto Cristo: el que creyere y se bautizare, se salvará; pero el que no creyere, será condenado (Mc XVI, 16)…. Este dogma de fe integra la base de la actividad corredentora de la Iglesia, es el fundamento de la grave responsabilidad apostólica de los cristianos.” (San Josemaria Escriva, “El fin sobrenatural de la Iglesia”)

[And if the grammar is wrong, please correct us. Gracias!]

Online text: Instruction on Vernacular Languages in the Roman Liturgy, by the Congregation for Divine Worship

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  • Fifth Instruction “For the Right Implementation of the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy of the Second Vatican Council” (Sacrosanctum Concilium, Art. 36): “Liturgiam Authenticam” on the Use of Vernacular Languages in the Publication of the Books of the Roman Liturgy, by the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, 28 March 2001. May be read online on this page of Catholic Culture.org, on this page of the EWTN Library, and at the Holy See.
    • Note 1. The text is appropriately read with:
      • “Liturgiam Authenticam: Background and Overview”, L’Osservatore Romano, Weekly Edition in English, 30 May 2001, page 13, which may be read online on this page of the EWTN Library; and
      • “Translations and the Consultation of the Nova Vulgata of the Latin Church”, by the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, 5 November 2001, in Notitiae, vol 37, Nov-Dec. 2001, which may be read online on this page of the EWTN Library [Note: This appears to be a response to the “Letter and Critique on Liturgiam Authenticam”, by the Catholic Biblical Association Board, 11 October 2001, which may be read online on this page of Catholic Culture.org.]
    • Note 2. The implementation of the norms of Liturgiam Authenticam is subject to the legislative changes made in the following text:
      • Apostolic Letter in the form of Motu Proprio “Magnum Principium” Quibus nonnulla in can. 838 Codicis Iuris Canonici immutantur, by Pope Francis, 03 September 2017. The Motu Proprio, together with the “Note on canon 838 of the Code of Canon Law” and the “Comment on the Motu Proprio” by the Secretary of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, may be read online on this page of Catholic Culture.org.

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See also these media of the Divine Liturgy / Holy Qurbana / Holy Sacrifice of the Mass offered wholly or partly in the English vernacular:

  • In the Byzantine Rite (Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church):

  • In the Roman Rite, Ordinariate Use (Latin Church):

  • In the Roman Rite, Ordinary Form (Latin Church):

  • In the Syriac Rite (Syro-Malankara Catholic Church):

On the Feast of Saint Jerome in the Roman Rite, and on the secular observance of International Translation Day. For other texts and ebooks, you may access the List of Free eBooks (Arranged by Title), the List of Free eBooks (Grouped by Subject), the List of Worth-It Catholic Books & eBooks, and the main page of the Catholic eBooks Project.

“For my thoughts are not your thoughts: nor your ways my ways, saith the Lord. For as the heavens are exalted above the earth, so are my ways exalted above your ways, and my thoughts above your thoughts. And as the rain and the snow come down from heaven, and return no more thither, but soak the earth, and water it, and make it to spring, and give seed to the sower, and bread to the eater: So shall my word be, which shall go forth from my mouth: it shall not return to me void, but it shall do whatsoever I please, and shall prosper in the things for which I sent it.” (Isaias lv, 8-11)

Online text: “The Knights of St. Michael the Archangel”

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On the Feast of Saint Michael the Archangel (Michaelmas) in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite. For other texts and ebooks, you may access the List of Free eBooks (Arranged by Title), the List of Free eBooks (Grouped by Subject), the List of Worth-It Catholic Books & eBooks, and the main page of the Catholic eBooks Project.