Rorate Caeli

The rebirth of Tradition

What is more moving in this picture? The huge building still under construction in a humble and remote area of South America? The considerable multitude of Traditional Catholics?

Hic domus Dei est, et porta caeli, et vocabitur aula Dei.

This multitude which fills the Personal Parish Church of the Good Crucified Lord, in the small city of Bom Jesus do Itabapoana, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, witnesses one of those incomprehensible moments in History: an unworthy man becomes a priest of God, forever, secundum ordinem Melchisedech. See more pictures of the ordination and of the first Mass of the newest priest of the Apostolic Administration Saint John Mary Vianney (in Campos, Brazil), Fr. Raphael Gomes Paes Leme Lobo here.

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