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Daily Devotional: Jul. 4 – Feria / 1st Thurs.
4th July 2024 • SSPX Podcast • SSPX / Angelus Press
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Today is Thursday, July 4, 2024, A Feria, and First Thursday, either the Mass of last Sunday, or votive of Jesus Christ, High King, a 4th class feast, with the liturgical color of green. In this episode: The meditation: “Jesus Cures the Paralytic,” a preview of the Sermon: “What Makes a Person Good?,” news from FSSPX.News: “Kidnappings of Priests Continue in Nigeria,” and a thought from Abp. Lefebvre

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Sources Used Today:

Practical Meditations   (Angelus Press)

- - - - - - - - - - - “Kidnappings of Priests Continue in Nigeria”  ( - - - - - - - - - - - “What Makes a Person Good?"  (SSPX Sermons) -   Watch on YouTube -   Listen & Subscribe: SSPX Sermons Podcast - - - - - - - - - - - The Spiritual Life - Archbishop Lefebvre (Angelus Press)

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The SSPX Podcast is produced by Angelus Press, which has as its mission the fortification of traditional Catholics so that they can defend the Faith, and reaching out to those who have not yet found Tradition. 

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The main goal of the Society of Saint Pius X is to preserve the Catholic Faith in its fullness and purity, to teach its truths, and to diffuse its virtues, especially through the Roman Catholic priesthood. Authentic spiritual life, the sacraments, and the traditional liturgy are its primary means of bringing this life of grace to souls. Although the traditional Latin Mass is the most visible and public expression of the work of the Society, we are committed to defending Catholic Tradition in its entirety: all of Catholic doctrine and morals as the Church has always defended them. What people need is the Catholic Faith, without compromise, with all the truth and beauty which accompanies it.



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