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From His Eminence Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke

Directives and Memos to Members

  1. Alpha in a Catholic Context (Printable PDF)
  2. Attending a “Catholic” Seder Meal (Printable PDF)
  3. Consciousness of the Human Soul at the Moment of Death (Printable PDF)
  4. Mary’s Sinlessness (Printable PDF)
  5. Private Revelations and the Mission of the Marian Catechist Apostolate (Printable PDF)
  6. Plan for Lay Catholics in these Perilous Times (Printable PDF)
    1. Developing Lives of Peace after the Heart of Mary (Printable PDF)
    2. The Plenitudo Potestais (Fullness of Power) of the Roman Pontiff (Printable PDF)
    3. Reparation and Apology to Our Lord-Compiled by Father Francis Larkin, SS.CC. (Printable PDF, print on paper size is 11x17)
    4. Penance and Reparation by Father John A. Hardon, S.J. (Printable PDF)

Consecration Weekend with His Eminence Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke, July 2018

The following resources and audio recordings from this year’s Consecration Weekend are presented here for your edification.

Introduction and Fundamentals of teaching about the Holy Eucharist

Introduction and Fundamentals of teaching about the Holy Eucharist

Download MP3 (1:03)

Recommended Resources on the Holy Eucharist:

  1. The Eucharist as the Triple Sacrament by Father Hardon (Printable PDF).
  2. Some suggested Holy Mass Prayers (Printable tri-fold PDF).
  3. Additions to Basic Course: Double Consecration (Printable PDF); Fullness of Power of the Roman Pontiff (Printable PDF).
  4. Recommended Reading list on the Holy Eucharist.
  5. Recommended Books in Cardinal Burke presentation:
    1. Catechism on the Real Presence by Father John A. Hardon, S.J.
    2. Baltimore Catechism III by Seton Press.
    3. The Priest is not His Own, by Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen.


Download MP3 (50:14).

“Modesty is a way of being that expresses itself in our thinking, our speaking and our acting. Immodesty is anything that would lead either ourselves or others to have an unlawful incitement of the sexual appetite. . . . Sins of impurity and immodesty are extremely dangerous because human nature is strongly inclined toward them and because they quickly develop into habits which are most difficult to eradicate.”

See Romans 12:1; 1 Corinthians 6:19-20; 1 Thessalonians 4:3-5.

Question and Answer Session

Download MP3 (1:04)Printable PDF text of questions.