Sister Saint-Pierre and the Work of Reparation: A Brief History, by the Very Rev. P. [Pierre Désiré] Janvier, translated by Miss Mary Hoffman, with a Preface by the Rt. Rev. Mgr. T. Preston, with an appendix of prayers and devotions for the confraternities of the Holy Face (New York: Catholic Publication Society; London: Burns and Oates, 1885). With Imprimatur. May be read online, and available in pdf, epub, mobi, and other formats, at Internet Archive and Open Library. Also available at Forgotten Books (some pages omitted for non-members) and Cofradia de la Santa Faz.
“My most beloved Jesus, Thy face was beautiful before, but in this journey it has lost all its beauty, and wounds and blood have disfigured it. Alas, my soul also was once beautiful, when it received Thy grace in Baptism; but I have disfigured it since by my sins; Thou alone, my Redeemer, canst restore it to its former beauty. Do this by Thy Passion, O Jesus.” (Saint Alphonsus Liguori, The Way of the Cross, Station VI)
“On the Importance of Biblical Hebrew in Catholic Seminaries and Academic Institutions”, by André Villeneuve, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Theology, Saint John Vianney Seminary, Denver, CO (January 2017). Available at ResearchGate and Academia.edu.
Trafficking of Human Slaves, by Barbara Krallis (2006). A 16-part series on human trafficking and slavery, comprising the following essays first published on Renew America and Catholic World Report, which have been made available at Catholic Culture:
Œuvres du R.P. Claude de la Colombière, de la Compagnie de Jésus: contenant ses sermons prêchés devant S.A.R. Madame la duchesse d’Yorck, ses réflexions chrétiennes sur divers sujets de piété, ses méditations sur la passion, sa retraite, et ses lettres spirituelles (Avignon: Seguin Aîné, 1832). Disponible dans Internet Archive: Tome Premier, Tome Second, Tome Troisieme, Tome Quatrieme, et Tome Cinquieme, contenant ses sermons; Tome Sixieme contenant des réflexions et méditations; et Tome Septieme contenant des retraite et lettres spirituelles.
“Dies Domini: Learning to Live the Lord’s Day Today”, lecture by Msgr. Charles Pope, April 27, 2014, hosted by the Institute of Catholic Culture. The video of the lecture is available on this page of the Institute of Catholic Culture Youtube channel.
The Moveable Feasts, Fasts, and Other Annual Observances of the Catholic Church, by Rev. Alban Butler, with life of the author by Charles Butler, to which is added, a continuation of the feasts and fasts, by a Catholic priest (Dublin: James Duffy, 1839). May be read online, and available in pdf, mobi, epub, and other formats, at Internet Archive. [Note: “The First Treatise, on the Lord’s Day”, is found on pages 1–57 of the work.]
See also the following text(s) refuting various errors and heresies proposed by Adventism and other Sabbatarian heretical movements, especially their denial of the Sunday obligation:
[Note: While the second website/blog above contains many valuable materials, its recent entries seem to focus on criticizing some defenders of Catholic Tradition and traditions, instead of the adherents of heresy or heathenism. Without necessarily agreeing with everything said or done by the persons thus criticized, we respectfully disagree with the focus and antipathy of these criticisms, and we therefore counsel prayerful caution in perusing recent entries in the said website/blog.]
“‘I am not asking you if you are a Christian, but if you have taken part in the assembly or if you have a book of the Scriptures’ [said the pagan magistrate] …
“O foolish and ridiculous question of the judge! As if a Christian could be without the Sunday Eucharist, or the Sunday Eucharist could be celebrated without there being a Christian! Don’t you know, Satan, that it is the Sunday Eucharist which makes the Christian and the Christian that makes the Sunday Eucharist, so that one cannot subsist without the other, and vice versa?…
“When you hear someone say ‘Christian,’ know that there is an assembly that celebrates the Lord; and when you hear someone say ‘assembly,’ know that a Christian is there”
(From the acts of the martyrs of Abitene, or the “Acta SS. Saturnini, Dativi et aliorum plurimorum Martyrum in Africa”, quoted in Aleteia)
[Updated 31 December 2021, with New Year’s Eve greetings to friends at the T– Catholic bookstore]