Save the Latin Mass Rosary Rally

Holy Name Cathedral – Chicago
Sunday, April 10, 11 AM – Noon

We will gather at Holy Name Cathedral from 11 am to noon on Sunday, April 10 for our weekly Rosary rally to offer our fervent prayers for the preservation of the Traditional Latin Mass and the Church’s fidelity to Christ and the deposit of faith.

Therefore, brothers, stand firm and hold fast to the traditions that you were taught, either by an oral statement or by a letter of ours.

2 Thessalonians 2:15

As apostate leaders of our Church openly promote blatantly heretical changes to Church doctrine, Cardinal Cupich recently held a conference at Loyola University with the fringe progressive minority that until recently dominated the US bishop’s conference. Honduran Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga, one of the attendees of the closed and secretive gathering, told the National Catholic Reporter that part of the purpose of the event was to “understand the spirit of what they call the ‘opposition.’ ” But there can be little doubt that they don’t already clearly understand that faithful Catholics are strongly rejecting their heretical agenda and their campaign to marginalize those who defend the sacred and timeless tradition and teachings of the Church.

Let us ponder the fruits of the failure of many bishops to teach the faith in accordance with their oath.

In fulfilling the charge entrusted to me in the name of the Church, I shall hold fast to the deposit of faith in its entirety; I shall faithfully hand it on and explain it, and I shall avoid any teachings contrary to it.

Oath of Fidelity on Assuming an Office to be Exercised in the Name of the Church

Please join us to pray the Rosary on Sunday for the preservation and restoration of the Church.

Save the Latin Mass Rosary Rally
Sunday, April 10, 11 am – noon
Holy Name Cathedral
735 N State St.
Chicago, Il

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