"God forbid that I should glory save in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, through whom the world is crucified to me, and I to the world." (Gal. 6: 14)

Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Christmas and Fourth Sunday of Advent

Dear friends,

Here are the links for the Fourth Sunday of Advent and Christmas Midnight Mass sermons.

May God Bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Saturday, December 15, 2007

A New Bishop

I am happy to report that we now have a true bishop in Mexico. I have recently returned from Mexico after Bishop Louis Vezelis OFM and I have consecrated Bishop Madrigal. He has a beautiful mission in Mexico. The faithful there are very devout, strong and obedient.

Bishop Madrigal must stand up against not only the modernists but over 30 different "traditionalist" groups who all refuse obedience to true bishops.

I am sure that Brother Bonaventure will have some of the photos from the occasion published on his blog in the near future.

May God bless you and our New Bishop
Bishop Giles OFM

Monday, December 10, 2007

Immaculate Conception and Second Sunday of Advent

Dear Friends,

Here are the links to the Feast of the Immaculate Conception and the Second Sunday of Advent.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Thursday, December 06, 2007

First Sunday of Advent

Dear Friends,

Here is the link for the audio sermon for the First Sunday of Advent.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Friday, November 30, 2007

Last Sunday after Pentecost

Dear Friend,
The audio sermon for the Last Sunday after Pentecost is now available.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Friday, November 23, 2007

25th Sunday after Pentecost

Dear Friends,

Here is the link for the 25th Sunday after Pentecost.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Saturday, November 17, 2007

23rd and 24th Sundays after Pentecost

Dear Friends,

I am sorry about the delay in getting these Sermons up. Here are the sermons for the Twenty-Third Sunday after Pentecost and the Twenty-fourth Sunday after Pentecost.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Friday, November 02, 2007

Christ the King and All Saints

Dear Friend,

Here are the links for the sermons for the feast of Christ the King and for All Saints.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Friday, October 26, 2007

21st Sunday after Pentecost

Dear friend,

Here is the link for the audio sermon for the Twenty-First Sunday after Pentecost.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Friday, October 19, 2007

20th Sunday after Pentecost

Dear Friend,

Here is the audio sermon for the 20th Sunday after Pentecost.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Friday, October 12, 2007

Thursday, October 04, 2007

18th Sunday after Pentecost

Dear Friends,

Here is the link for the 18th Sunday after Pentecost.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Friday, September 21, 2007

16th Sunday after Pentecost

Dear Friends,

Here is the link for the audio sermon for the 16th Sunday after Pentecost.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Saturday, September 15, 2007

15th Sunday after Pentecost

Dear Friend,

Here is the link for the 15th Sunday after Pentecost audio sermon.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OMF

Thursday, September 06, 2007

Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Dear Friend,

Here is the audio Sermon given for the Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Friday, August 24, 2007

Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost

Dear Friends,

Here is the Sunday Sermon for the Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Saturday, August 18, 2007

Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Dear Friend,

Here is the audio sermon for the Assumption. It is in wma format.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Sunday, August 05, 2007

Tenth Sunday after Pentecost

Dear Friends,

Here is the audio sermon for the Tenth Sunday after Pentecost.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Friday, August 03, 2007

Ratzinger's "Mass Revival"

I greatly dislike having to spend time dealing with the Novus Ordo as its errors seems obvious enough to me. Though I care for the souls that are being misled by so many false clergy, it seems that those who have the grace of God do not need to be told about the necessity of avoiding heretics. I spend very little if any time studying, speaking or writing on the teachings of the Anglicans, the Methodists, the Baptists, the Mormons, the Hindus, the Buddhists, etc. They are not Catholic and though they may speak truths from time to time it has been the practice of the Church to discourage Catholics from listening to them because of the errors that are mixed in with the truth. Just as a drop of poison is enough to contaminate gallons of good water, so it only takes a drop of error to poison all the truth that may be spoken. For those who are principally concerned about saving their souls they are best advised not to have anything to do with pagans, heretics, and schismatics. Once it has been determined that the Novus Ordo is a Protestant, heretical new religion this places the entire organization including Ratzinger (alias Benedict XVI) in the same realm as the others.

It would be an endless task to sort through all the teachings and dealings of these religions to point out what is true and what is false. We must remember that to deny one doctrine of the Catholic faith or to espouse one error that has been condemned by the Catholic Church is the same as denying all the doctrines of The Faith. For to call into question one doctrine is to call the Church a liar and to say that She is not guided and protected by the Holy Ghost. And then logically it is to call God Himself a liar because He instructed us in this lie through His Church.

Having said this, I am compelled for the benefit of many who are still weak in the Faith or perhaps for those who must argue against these errors for the greater honor and glory of God and the salvation of souls, to make a few observations.

Many are wondering about the “revival of the Latin Mass” that “Pope Benedict XVI” has apparently allowed once again.

“In a document titled Summorum Pontificum, issued July 7, the Pope has instructed bishops to make the Tridentine Mass freely available in any parish that desires to have it.” (Edward Pentin, “National Catholic Register” July 15, 2007) This is supposed to come into effect on Sept. 14. At present the bishops can refuse anyone the right to have the Latin Mass, but in September anyone will have the right to use the Latin Mass without further permission. It is called the “extraordinary form”. The “ordinary form” is that of the 1970 Novus Ordo of “Pope Paul VI”.

Mr. Pentin says that, “A large part of that striving for unity includes reconciliation with the Society of St. Pius X. The society has long pushed for liberalization of the old Mass. Its four bishops remain excommunicated for being consecrated without permission from Rome.”

In an article by Father Raymond J De Souza in the same issue of the “National Catholic Register” , it is stated that: “Pope Benedict XVI’s decree to allow wider celebration of the Mass according to the 1962 Missal of Blessed John XXII has a twofold purpose. Its primary and explicit purpose is to advance the cause of unity with traditionalist Catholics who have gone into schism – for example, members of the Society of St. Pius X, founded by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre. Its second and implicit purpose is to foster the renewal of the liturgy for the Church as a whole.”

Some questions arise: “Is Ratzinger moving in the right direction?” “Is this good?” “What are we to think about all this?”

The Tridentine Mass was established in accordance with the council of Trent by Pope St. Pius V in the bull Quo Primum (1570). It was well researched and documented, and was the codified and restored rite of the Mass. The Quo Primum is a document that every Catholic concerned with the True Faith must read. In it the Tridentine Mass is established for all time and it is clearly stated that no one may ever forbid its use.

Thus if Ratzinger were a true pope he would not have to give permission for something that permission was already given for. There is no need for an indult because there is no need for a permission to have what we already have permission for.

Once we realize that the Novus Ordo is a new Protestant religion then it begins to fit together. The Novus Ordo Mass means New Order Mass it is not the same as the old. It is a new order and therefore a new manifestation of beliefs which obviously is or leads to new beliefs which are opposed to the old ones. The false “Vatican II council” established a new religion which quietly suppressed the old religion and all that went with it. All the sacramental rites were modified to the degree that they no longer retained even the semblance of the essential form. Therefore they were/are invalid.

So to see Ratzinger paying lip service to the Tridentine Mass gives a false hope to many who are still ignorant of the truth.

Since the implementation of the new rite of “ordination” in 1968 in the Novus Ordo, there has not been a true priest ordained in that new religion. At this time, 2007, it makes little difference what ritual the Novus Ordo uses. Because they do not have true priests they still do not have a true Mass. So the true Mass theoretically, could only be validly offered in the Novus Ordo by a priest who was ordained prior to the new rite of ordination in 1968. If a priest is ordained at the earliest at 25 years old (cannon law) that means that he would have to be about 65 years old or older now. He is close to if not already retired. So, there will be little or no chance of there really being a true Tridentine Mass for anyone. Likewise there are few if any who would even know how to perform the rubrics for the Tridentine Mass.

What about the Lefebvre sect? I see the Lefebvre sect as a decoy employed by Satan. Lefebvre’s priesthood and episcopacy are doubtfully valid. This leaves all those spawned by Lefebvre as doubtful clerics also, but with all the window dressing to attract the superficial. The Satanic goal as I see it is to catch those who might have escaped from the deceptions of the Satanic Novus Ordo takeover and lead them right back in through the back door.

Thus we have the overtures of union between these two sects who are only apparently at odds with each other, but are secretly working toward the same Satanic goal of a Satanic New Order Religion that is devoid of the true Sacraments and Grace that Christ has given us.

Thursday, August 02, 2007

Ninth Sunday after Pentecost

Dear Friends,

Here is the audio sermon for the Ninth Sunday after Pentecost.

Today is the feast of the Portiuncula be sure to read about the Portiuncula indulgence on our web site.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Thursday, July 26, 2007

Eighth Sunday after Pentecost

Hello,

Here is the link for the audio Sermon for the Eighth Sunday after Pentecost. It is about 4.9mb and is in wma format.

May God bless you,
Bishop Giles OFM

Friday, June 15, 2007

Second Sunday after Pentecost

Dear Friends,

I have switched formats this week. Today's sermon is in Windows Media Audio file. It is a much larger file weighing in at 5.42mb. It is recorded at a higher quality -- which does not necessarily mean that the sermon is any better. It should be easier for people to find a player for wma files since this is standard "Windows" software. If you have any preference for the format please let me know.

Here is the link for the sermon for the Second Sunday after Pentecost.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Thursday, May 31, 2007

Penetcost Sunday

Dear friends,

Here is the link for the audio sermon for Pentecost Sunday.

May God bless you

Saturday, May 26, 2007

Sermon for the Sunday after the Ascension

Dear Friend,

Here is the link for the Sunday Sermon for the Sunday after the Ascension.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Friday, May 04, 2007

Third Sunday after Easter

Dear Friends,

Here is the audio Sermon for the Third Sunday after Easter.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Saturday, April 28, 2007

Second Sunday after Easter

Dear Friend,

Here is the link for the Second Sunday after Easter sermon.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Low Sunday

Dear friends,

Here is the audio sermon for Low Sunday. In dss format. (You may obtain a dss player by following the links at the right.) The file size is: 871kb.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Sunday, April 08, 2007

Easter Sunday

Dear Friend,

Here is the Sermon for Easter Sunday. It is in dss format and you may download a dss player by following the link at the right. The file size is: 779kb.

Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Palm Sunday

Dear Friend,

Here is the audio Sermon for Palm Sunday. The format is dss, and you may download a free player by following the links in the side bar. The file size is: 793 kb.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Friday, March 30, 2007

Passion Sunday

Dear Friend,

Here is the link for the Sunday Sermon for Passion Sunday. The file is 1398 kb. For a free dss player click on the link to the right.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Monday, March 12, 2007

Third Sunday in Lent

Dear Friends,

Here is the audio sermon for the Third Sunday in Lent

The file is in dss format and is 1053kb in size. As always you may download a free dss player using one of the links at the right.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Sunday, March 04, 2007

Second Sunday in Lent

Dear Friends,

Here is the link for the audio sermon for the Second Sunday in Lent.The file size is 1027kb, and it is recorded in dss format. You can download a dss player from the links on the right.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Tuesday, February 27, 2007

First Sunday in Lent

Dear Friends,

Here is the audio sermon for the First Sunday in Lent.

First Sunday in Lent

The file size is 781.5 kb. And it is recorded in dss format. You can download a dss player from the links provided on the left.

May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Monday, February 19, 2007

Quinquagesima Sunday

Dear Friends,

Here is the link for the audio sermon for Quinquagesima Sunday. The file is in dss format and is 971 kb.

Quinquagesima Sunday Sermon


May God bless you.
Bishop Giles OFM

Monday, February 05, 2007

Audio Sermon for Septuagesima Sunday

Link to: Septuagesima Sunday Sermon


This Sermon was recorded in LP (dss) mode. This file is 879 kb.

Monday, January 22, 2007

Audio Sermon for the Third Sunday after the Epiphany

Link to: The Third Sunday after the Epiphany


This Sermon was recorded in LP (dss) mode. I hope the sound quality is satisfactory. This file is 924 kb.

For those who need a player for the dss files, Pucherito was kind enough to post this for us. (Thank you Pucherito).

" pucherito said...

just go to this website:
http://www.olympus-europa.com/consumer/2590_4694.htm
on the left hand side you'll see "DSS Player Lite", click on it and and scroll doen the page. you'll see " download DSS player lite free". click that. when the page gets settled, you'll see the "Dssl211E.exe" on the bottom of the page. click that and the downloading will begin. you might need to turn off a pop-up blocker if you have one. hope this helped. "

Friday, January 19, 2007

Audio Sermon for the Second Sunday after the Epiphany

Link to: The Second Sunday after the Epiphany

This Sermon was recorded in LP (dss) mode. I hope the sound quality is satisfactory. This file is 1283 kb.

For those who need a player for the dss files, Pucherito was kind enough to post this for us. (Thank you Pucherito).

" pucherito said...

just go to this website:
http://www.olympus-europa.com/consumer/2590_4694.htm
on the left hand side you'll see "DSS Player Lite", click on it and and scroll doen the page. you'll see " download DSS player lite free". click that. when the page gets settled, you'll see the "Dssl211E.exe" on the bottom of the page. click that and the downloading will begin. you might need to turn off a pop-up blocker if you have one. hope this helped. "

Friday, January 12, 2007

The Holy Family Sermon (dss) mode

Link to: The Holy Family Sermon

Hello everyone. Please bear with me while I figure out what I am doing with these audio sermons. I have a new voice recorder that has three levels of quality. The HQ mode records files in (wma) format; the SP mode records files in (dss) format; and the LP mode records in (dss) format.

My first posts were in HQ format but the files size seemed rather large and I could not convert it to mp3 or wav with the software that was bundled with it. The software does allow me to convert from dss to wav format but I discovered that that increases the files size by about three times.

The smallest file size seems to be LP (dss) mode, but I am not sure if the quality of sound is sufficient.

This sermon is in SP (dss) mode and it appears to be 1,158 kb. I hope to record this Sunday in the LP (dss) mode just to see the file size and sound quality.

For those who need a player for the dss files, Pucherito was kind enough to post this for the last sermon. (Thank you Pucherito).

" pucherito said...

just go to this website:
http://www.olympus-europa.com/consumer/2590_4694.htm
on the left hand side you'll see "DSS Player Lite", click on it and and scroll doen the page. you'll see " download DSS player lite free". click that. when the page gets settled, you'll see the "Dssl211E.exe" on the bottom of the page. click that and the downloading will begin. you might need to turn off a pop-up blocker if you have one. hope this helped. "