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Christe Eleison:
The Necessity of Prayer - Pope St. Pius X - Writings of the Saints

In honor of Pope St. Pius X's feast day in the old calendar, we read a selection from his "Apostolic Exhortation to the Catholic Clergy on Priestly Sanctity."

He urges us to pray always and emphasizes the great benefits that are derived from meditation upon God.

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Christe Eleison:
Pope St. Pius X- Pope of the Blessed Sacrament.


A sermon on modernism being warned about by Pope St Pius X

Pope Saint Pius X (Italian: Pio X) born Giuseppe Melchiorre Sarto (2 June 1835 – 20 August 1914), was Pope from August 1903 to his death in 1914.

He was canonized in 1954.

Pius X is known for vigorously opposing modernist interpretations of Catholic doctrine, promoting traditional devotional practices and orthodox theology.

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Christe Eleison:
HAPPY FEAST OF SAINT PIUS X- Friday, September 3, 2021

Pascendi Gregis by Pope St.Pius X:

An encyclical on the Doctrines of the Modernists

Written in a manner which is ideal for spoken-word production. It is clear, forthright, concise, descriptive, it is like a mountain stream in a desert, with a reputation of miraculously curing spiritual blindness.  Rev. Hugh Thwaites, SJ reads it for us

"Pope Saint Pius X, the former Giuseppe Sarto, was very holy from childhood.  He had as his best friend his guardian angel, whom he could see and talk to. His angel passed through locked doors of the office where the visiting bishop would sit down to review applications to the seminary.  His angel carried and placed young Giuseppe Sarto's letter of application to priestly studies on top of the pile of application letters. "

"The rest is history. Saint Pius X, please pray for us!"

You beat me to it Christe Eleison! Happy feast day everyone! Was able to go to a sung high Mass tonight.

Christe Eleison:
The Seraphic Order: Saint Pius X - Sep. 3rd

September 3rd, Feast day of Saint Pius X

Reading taken from "The Seraphic Order: A Traditional Franciscan Book of Saints”
Available Exclusively on Mediatrix Press 

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The Life of St. Pius X



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