Against the “New Religion” that is wreaking havoc everywhere, 170 priests remember the most important principles of Catholic life
FAITHFUL TO JESUS, PETER AND THE CHURCH
I am not ashamed of the Gospel. It is, after all, the power (of) God to the Salvation of all who believe. Rom. 1, 16
Work out your salvation and fear and trembling … in the midst of a crooked and perverse generation. Phil. 2, 12.14
There will come a time when people do not adopt sound doctrine, but … gather teachers in large numbers. People will … turn their ears away from the truth and turn to myths. 2 Tim. 4, 3-4
Stand then, your loins girded with truth … Lifting up the shield of faith in all circumstances … Taking … the sword of the Holy Spirit, That is the word of God. Eph. 6, 14 -18
When you see the abomination of desolation … standing in the holy place, … know that it is near, at the door. Matt. 24, 15. 33
A few years after the so-called Second Vatican Council, many priests feared the demolition of the Catholic Faith and the construction of a New Faith. Many believers asked them what was going on and what they had to do to remain Catholic. One hundred and seventy French and other priests put their heads together and wrote a collection of instructions and advice on how to preserve the Catholic Faith. The Dutch sedevacantist magazine Introibo is happy to present you with a translation of this document, because, unfortunately, it is still applicable and may serve as a record.
At the time this Vademecum was being written, people were not yet so familiar with the fox-like moves of Paul VI. In retrospect we know that he was wearing a Catholic mask in order to replace the Catholic Church behind the scenes with the New Age Council Church. That is why he is always presented as a Catholic in this Vademecum… (Editor)
Countless believers today are confused by the brutalities and shenanigans that assail their Faith. The doctrinal and moral confusion is so great that their anxiety often ends in fear. How could they not suffer from so many errors and the methodical and orchestrated progress of the Great Heresy?
Because we were asked every day for advice by various believers, we decided to publish this Vade Mecum. In this way we want to respond to the fears of these Catholics and help them remain faithful to the faith. That is why we will mention a certain number of principles that make us pleasing to God and ensure our salvation. Is that not a duty of evangelical charity that is essential to our priestly mission?
As Catholic priests, we want to confirm our strong adherence to the Chair of St. Peter, that is, to the Rock on which the Church is built. Full of respect for our ecclesiastical superiors and in full agreement with Rome, and as sons who love the Holy, Catholic, Apostolic and Roman Church, we humbly but firmly adhere to all Truths in Holy Scripture and Tradition, and above all to the Creed of the Holy Father Paul VI, who reminded the most important articles of it.
“One must always pray, and not be weary,” Jesus said. “If you pray, your salvation is assured, but if you stop praying, your fall is certain. “
Say your morning prayers regularly. Pray the Rosary every evening, if possible with the family. The Rosary is highly recommended by the Popes, and by the Blessed Virgin herself in Lourdes and Fatima.
Meditate on the Passion of Jesus, have great devotion to the Sacred Heart and the Immaculate Heart of Mary, and dedicate yourself and family to them.
Visit the Holy Sacrament in the Church. Let your heart fly to God many times during the day. Praying the Angelus in the morning, in the afternoon and in the evening will help you!
God comes to the souls who come to Him. His grace penetrates, comforts and enlightens them.
The Sacrament of Penance is a bath in the Blood of Our Lord. It wipes out sins, heals, comforts, enlightens and strengthens our souls. Receive it regularly, even for your daily sins. Repeat the examination of conscience from old missals every now and then, that will help you a lot; look especially at your duties such as charity, child education (television, press), apostolate and steadfastness in the faith. Go to confessors who preserve the good doctrine and make it known to your brothers.
Refuse to participate in “penance services” that leave out the confession of your sins to a priest in secret, and individual absolution by this confessor. Without these indispensable conditions, these ceremonies risk the invalidity of the sacrament and its desecration; we are not allowed to participate at any price and no priest can oblige us to such. On the other hand, it may be advisable to attend certain ceremonies that, based on good doctrines, are merely preparation for individual confessions.
COMMUNICATE OFTEN, UNDER THE CONDITIONS REQUIRED
“Verily, verily, I say to you, unless you eat the flesh of the Son of man and drink His blood you will not have life in you. Because My flesh is indeed food and my blood is indeed drink.” (St. John 6, 54)
Communion is a very intimate physical and spiritual union that transforms us and helps us to become like Jesus.
Prepare for your Communion by properly fulfilling your duties of state, through the practice of charity and sincere humility. After Communion, remain in silent thanksgiving for a moment to listen to Jesus: “Speak, Lord, Your servant is listening … Incline my heart to the words of Your mouth.”
We must oppose this postconciliar spirit, denounced by Paul VI, that tends to omit all external (and ultimately internal) worship and dishonors God. Therefore:
– always kneel to go to Communion. It is often heroic, but especially if you are with more (= with other people?), your courage will pay off. If you are then denied communion, offer this great sacrifice; Our Lord will compensate with abundant graces; or stand to go to Communion, but then kneel;
– if you do not want to kneel, make a knee bend reverently; we have time in the church.
– do not receive Holy Communion at the price of irreverence.
The priests must know that the pre-Vatican II rules remain in force unless expressly abolished by subsequent legislation.
If the later law does not state “whereby any other custom, one hundred years old or infinite, is abolished,” the priest may retain the previous custom, which retains its legal value; so many sections can be legally saved.
We must also know that the fantasies and proposals of irresponsible commissions, even though they are very powerful and very fashionable, are not laws and not mandatory.
Finally, it must be recalled that the Holy Council of Trent, whose decrees are still in force, stated: “If anyone says that Mass should only be celebrated in the vernacular, he is anathema.” No priest can be forced to say the canon in the vernacular.
The authentic spirit of the Second Vatican Council, expressed by the official texts published by the Pope, is clearly in favor of Latin and against its total abolition.
Priests who hold on to Latin for the celebration of Mass are therefore not against the Council; those who assert the contrary, deceive the simple believers. Let us not forget the provisions of the French episcopate (which only have ecclesiastical value if they are issued by each bishop in his own diocese), which allow and limit the use of French to only those Masses celebrated in the presence of the people, and according to their spiritual and psychological needs – conditions that are not respected. These comments apply to many other countries.
In his Motu Proprio of January 25, 1964, the Holy Father recalled that “no one may – even though he is a Priest – add, remove or change anything in the field of liturgy.” So any changes or arbitrary innovations (deletion of the prayers at the beginning of the Mass or the offering, handing out holy Communion with baskets, in the hands or by lay people, forbidding Communion on the knees or bowing to the Communion, or taking their missal, etc.), are rebellious and disobedient.
The believers must know that they have absolutely no lack of respect for their priests when they remind them of the truths just mentioned. They also need to know that the applicable rules and the freedom of the children of God allow them to attend Catholic services of their choice:
– to follow their Mass – including the Epistle and Gospel – in their missal; no one can order them to close it;
– to remain silent during Mass, if they would rather meditate than practice vocal prayer;
– to go to Communion immersed in prayer rather than singing;
– to give their thanksgiving after Mass as long as they want to.
And where their just aspirations are despised, they are exempt from paying their church fees, and must reserve them for priests who have respect for the Faith and the Church.
These final recommendations – those who do not want to compromise the communal prayer – are intended for churches where faith preserves its integrity. In this case, even if they have to suffer from certain excesses, believers must still be present at Mass if they cannot go elsewhere.
Sunday Mass is mandatory, except in the case of genuine moral or physical impediment.
On the other hand, where the services seem to jeopardize faith, we limit ourselves to the following advice:
1. If during a Mass or religious service, believers are shocked by inappropriate words, revolutionary or wicked, or by rhythms blasphemous for the holy place, they have a duty to protest or leave strikingly. It is better to miss the Mass, even on Holy Easter Day, than to be a henchman of those who dishonor God. In this extreme case, believers must compensate for the deprivation of Mass by personal prayers.
2. Believers who are disturbed in their faith, or even scandalized by the sermons of some preachers, have a duty in those parishes to go to mass only after the sermon.
At all costs it is necessary to keep your faith and that of your children.
3. No believer is obliged to attend a Mass that would probably be invalid for theological reasons.
JOIN GOOD PRIESTS and ask them for advice for difficult cases. Leave the churches whose clergy are modernist, do not hesitate to make great sacrifices to go to services that are worthily celebrated. Sunday is the day of the Lord …
Take your time, travel and form groups to celebrate the Liturgy, the true Liturgy.
YOUR SPIRITUAL NUTRITION
First of all, we recommend that you read the Gospels and the Epistles of the Apostles. Try meditating them in conjunction with the true doctrine, while being sensitive under the gaze of God.
As a spiritual reading you can take: (1)
Thomas à Kempis: The Imitation of Christ *
Saint Francis of Sales: Introduction to Godly Life *
H. Grignon de Montfort, The Golden Book *
M.J. Lagrange O.P .: The Gospel of Jesus Christ, Amsterdam, Fidelitas, 1939
Bossuet: Méditations sur les Évangiles
Dom Chautard: L’Ame de tout apostolat
Chevignard O.P, «Spiritual doctrine of l’Evangile» and «Réconciliés avec Dieu
Liagre, Retreat avec Sainte-Thérèse de l’Enfant Jésus»
Plo, O.P., Apprends à prier
The works of Father Grou, Mgr Aug. Saudreau, Dom Marmiton, Dom Vandeur, Dom Delatte, Perroy, Paters Sertillanges, Garrigou-Lagrange, Marc, Plus, Calmel, Philippe de la Trinité, Abbé.
We also mention these fundamental works:
Dom Guéranger, The Liturgical Year, Hilversum, Gooi & Sticht, 1955
F. Sineux: L’initiation à la Théologie de Saint Thomas
Dom de Mauléon, the Les Patriarches series
Huvelin: Cours sur l’Histoire de l’Eglise
Noël Barbara: Catéchèse catholique du mariage
Chan. Texier: Traité d’Apologétique
Also read holy lives. We recommend in particular:
St. Augustine, Confessions *
St. Teresa of Avila: The Book of My Life, Carmelitana vzw. 2010
St. Therese of Lisieux: My life story, Carmelitana vzw, 2017
Reading these lives is an inspiration for our souls.
Finally, we also recommend the works of saints: from St. Augustine (a gold mine from every point of view) and from St. John of the Cross. Those of St. John of the Cross, among other eminent scholars, will help souls who are eager for perfection.
A few minutes of reading – and why not in the family? – will help you a lot.
The more you know the miracles of God and the riches of His love, the more you will love Him. The spiritual reading is an admirable contact with the Word of God, that is, Jesus Himself. It is a source of great grace.
- Book titles and publishers may vary per country.
The catechism lessons prescribed for your children are leading them to heresy.
It is true, the “compulsory fund “(in France) and the first Manuals published according to this “fund” forever misform your child’s mind, by omitting things voluntarily and by introducing a number of expressions into the religious teaching of the truths of our faith (the Mystery of the Holy Trinity, the Divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Virgin Mary, Divine Motherhood, original sin, death and mortal sin, the last judgment, hell, purgatory, angels, demons, the True Presence, the Consecration of the Priest, Marriage , Last Sacraments, etc.). Moreover, faith is presented as a quest for the world, and religion as a feeling experience or a form of humanism, salvation as the progressive completion of mankind in the construction of the world, the Authority of the Church as that of only Vatican II, and even less so because it excludes the highest authority that the sovereign Pope has received from Christ. The Scriptures have been distorted, truncated and their version is given as mandatory.
In short, categorically refuse the new manuals for your children, whether you are a parent or a religious teacher, because you are responsible for their faith.
Not a single religious authority, even if it is ecclesiastical, can impose a catechism that is not according to the Faith. Families must also demand traditional Church education. If that is refused, they must form a group to teach them, or have it done by a competent person.
Draw the same conclusions if your growing children are the victims of religion teachers who talk about everything except true religion and the means to save his soul. Take your children away from such courses and appeal to good priests or laymen who come to you for religious instruction in groups.
If a child who has been taught in this way is deemed to be able to go privately to Communion or do First Communion, the parents must take their child to a well-trained priest who, given the circumstances, would agree to ascertain the spiritual state required for his admission.
A publication that calls itself Catholic and regularly spreads heresy or insinuates immorality turns out to be much more harmful than a worldly newspaper guilty of the same mistakes. As a result: disinfect the racks of reading materials of your churches courageously and methodically; it is a duty of faith and of urgent charity. Our Lord will bless you. Also know that you are protected by ecclesiastical law and even in principle by civil law … in addition to, of course, the protection of your holy angels!
Take your pen often after the publication of such an article or scandalous image, to protest at(to) your bishop and the newspaper itself. Read and distribute the few good magazines that are true to the true religion. […]
STAY STRONG IN THE FAITH
“If anyone loves me, he will keep my Word.” The Word of Christ … unchanging Truth, always self-aware, always clear, always fruitful, even if it exceeds our rational understanding … The truth taught in your youth therefore retains all its value. Also ban this false “spirit of investigation”, which questions the essential.
Refuse the constant jubilation about man and the world, a natural pseudo-religion. Ultimately it leads to the cult of error, of sin and Satan. Beware of using the words freedom, dignity, ecumenism, engagement, etc. …; they often serve only to disregard sacred values and preach a new world whose end is only earthly: universal evolution.
Beware of dialogue; modernists generally use it in one way to favor atheism, error or heresy, and to the detriment of the doctrine of the Church … Moreover, they do not want any dialogue with you at all.
Flee the confusion. In short, stay away from those who do not adjust the lives of men to the precepts of Jesus Christ, but want to adjust the divine precepts to the interests and desires of the people, according to the devilish motto: “The Church listens to the world.’
Avoid retraining or in-service training courses like the plague. They are first and foremost diabolical means of changing your faith. These sessions are recognizable by their fruits: the participants, unless there is a special grace, come back with new perspectives, surprised that they have once been able to believe certain truths that they now regard as strange – but which are still true Catholic doctrine.
Love the Church very much, our Mother, one and holy. She’s infallible, she’s alive, she’s strong, she’s amazing. For twenty centuries she has been making steady progress in the world to remove it from the slavery of sin and to conquer it for Jesus! She has the promises of eternal life. Our Lord is with her until the end of the centuries.
KEEP THE REAL MORALITY
“I honor my Father; but you, you robbed me of my honor “(John 8:49). The Catholic morality is the Wisdom and the Will of God: the natural morality, revealed by the Ten Commandments, perfected by the Gospel, specified and applied by the Church. But the world is sinking into the practical refusal of God and His holy demands as it refuses all authority that comes from above, the holy, and instead elevates freedom.
Far from letting you go according to the principles of the subjective or situational morality that has been denounced by the Popes, you must not make concessions to evil, respectfully acknowledge the law of God, even though your will is sometimes displeased. Keep your soul humble, just and chaste with regard to your neighbor. “He who does not sin in word is a perfect man.” Or “your word be: yes, yes; no, no.” “Keep the purity in your heart. Do not follow, even from afar, the outrageous fashion that brings to sin, even if you get used to it; boldly follow the laws of chaste marital love.
“Come near to God, and He will come near to you!” (Jas. 4, 8)
EXPAND THE LOVE OF GOD AROUND YOU
“But you are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a recruited people: to proclaim the virtues of Him who called you out of darkness to his marvelous light.” … Be a light and spread around you in patience and determination, the truth of the Lord and His church. Work on it without fear: “And who will harm you if you are diligent in goodness? But if you should suffer for righteousness, blessed are you! Do not be afraid of them, and do not be disturbed. “So be the good scent of Christ,” reflect His grace in all simplicity, make known His Love, defend His Truth. His Sacred Heart is waiting for you …
To radiate this love of God more effectively, live in the spirit of penance, that is, repentance for your sins; bear sacrifices and pains courageously in union with the suffering of Jesus. In this way you will purify and transform yourself. Be very modest; humility of heart will strengthen you in charity.
As much as it is necessary to be steadfast in Faith and morals, we must be patient with people and try to understand them. Avoid sterile discussions; do not go with the adversary, that is, with the priest or the layman who favors or is frozen in error; but let your attitude be higher than any hostility. Instead, suffer for our Lord, who is so offended by the multiple forms of heresy, and remember that the example of a life of integrity and prayer are the best ways to radiate your faith.
The Church of your youth, dear brothers, has not deceived you. Her heroic, unyielding children remain in humble piety.
Do not trust the misleading words of all those “error makers,” wrote St. Pius X, who “hide in the womb and in the heart of the Church. They present themselves as innovators. In a closed battle order, they attack what is most sacred in the work of Jesus Christ … No part of the Catholic faith is safe for them. “They have exploded the Church from the inside,” wrote His Excellency Marcel Lefebvre (January 11 1968) , “because its constitution was based entirely on divine authority and on the authority of people appointed by God … We can already see the opposition everywhere, in parishes, dioceses, religious congregations, nothing is excluded. It is a galloping virus.” They have made the world their God.
For you: “Do not love the world or anything in the world … If someone loves the world, love from the Father is not in him. Children, the last hour is there! And as you have heard, then comes the Antichrist. Even now, many Antichrists have risen; From that we know that the last hour is there … They came from our midst, but still, they were not part of us …. As far as you are concerned: what you have heard from the beginning, the dwelling in you … then you yourself will also remain in the Son and in the Father … Little children, now remain in Him, so that we may have faith when He appears and will not be ashamed of Him at His Coming.” This advice is from Saint John, he whom Jesus loved .
Also remain calm and self-assured, lovingly holding onto all the teachings of the Magisterium, which confirms us in the Faith of immortal Tradition. In fact, we are getting stronger every day. We are in the Church, with the Church and for the Church. Our truth is that of our Mother. The Church is neither this one theologian, nor that one priest, nor even one diocese or a meeting of bishops; the church is the Church of Rome “Mother and Mistress of all Churches;” it is all Christianity in communion with the Faith of Peter.
“Beloved, do not be surprised by the fire of trial that strikes you as if something strange happened to you! But rejoice rather, as you participate in the suffering of Christ, that you may also rejoice joyfully when his glory appears. Blessed are you if you suffer reproach for Christ’s name; for then the Spirit of glory, the Spirit of God, rests on you.” (I Pet. 4, 12)
Yes, brothers, let us trust, because God will save His Church. After the storm there will be another silence; confusion will cease after suffering. The Doctrine will be reaffirmed in all its purity; shepherds and believers, in sacrifice and piety, will regain the will for God. “Ultimately,” the Blessed Virgin Mary said, “my Immaculate Heart will triumph.”
Loyal to our Priesthood, to the Bishops when they are in full accord with Rome and the Pope, the highest of the Bishops, Priests and Faithful, we the undersigned, on this Feast of Christ the King 1968:
R.P. dom R. Allard 0.S.B., Abbaye St-Bénédictusberg, Vaals (Pays-Bas).
Abbé André, curé de Planzolles (Viviers) (I).
R.P. M. André, missionnaire, Monte-Coman (Mendoza, Argentine).
Abbé Ardohain (Bayonne).
Abbé Barnard Augier, lic, en théologie, curé de Malemort du Comtat (Avignon). Chan. Edm. Aulne, curé de Quincampoix (Rouen).
Abbé Auneau, dir. de « Près d’Elle » (Angoulême).
Abbé M.M. Avramovitch, docteur en théologie, Belgrade (Yougoslavie). R.P. Maurice Avril, oeuvre Notre-Dame, Salerons (Cap).
Abbé J. de Bailliencourt, curé de St-Cyr-du-Ronceray (Bayeux).
Abbé Bance, curé de Beauchamp (Pantoise).
R.P. Noël Barbara, dir. de « Forts dans la Foi », Bléré (Tours).
Abbé Jean Bayot, Paris.
Abbé Marcel Belledent, curé de Coubon.
Abbé R. Bénéfice, curé de Malaucène (Avignon).
Dom. Berges, aumônier (Ajaccio).
Abbé Berto, Pantcalec-Berné (Vannes).
Abbé A. Billaud, curé de La Fosse (Angers).
Abbé O. Bitterlin, curé de Spechbach-le-Bas (Strasbourg).
Abbé Blanchard, vicaire à Pontivy.
Abbé Lionel Boisseau, curé de New Carlisle, P.Q. (Canada).
Abbé Bômont, curé de Maxey-sur-Meuse.
Abbé Louis Bonnel, Leuc (Carcassonne).
Chan. Bos, au diocèse de Cahors.
R.P. Bos M.E., Lauris.
Abbé Bouchet, Dinan.
R.P. Bourdelet C.S.Sp., curé du Vieux-Rouen (Rouen).
Abbé Félix Bourdier, ermite, Vidauban (Fréjus-Toulon).
Abbé Bozouls, curé de Casseras, Montauban.
Abbé Julien Brancolini, ancien aumônier du lycée de la Varenne, Saint-Maur. R.P. André Cafel, en religion Gabriel de Jésus, O.C.D.
R.P. Calmel 0.P., Prouilhe (Carcassonne).
Abbé P. Calmettes, curé et supérieur de Pèlerinage Montredon (Cahors).
Mgr Pierre-Marie Carbonnel, Prélat de S.S., doc. en théologie, lic. en philosophie,
licencié ès-lettres, official du diocèse d’Agen. Abbé Carrière, professeur libre.
Chan. J. Cafta, Nantes.
Abbé M. Chehère, curé de Niafles (Laval).
Abbé R. Chesnier, curé de Piacé.
R.P. B.M. de Chivré O.P.
Abbé Jean Choulot, docteur en théologie, curé de Negrepelisse (Montauban). Abbé Clopeau, curé de Moutiers-sur-Argentan (Poitiers).
Abbé Louis Coache, docteur en droit canonique, curé de Montjavoult. Abbé Pierre Codé, licencié ès-lettres, diplômé en philosophie (Evreux).
Abbé Collaço, Sao Paulo (Brésil).
Chan. J. Courquin, Boulogne-sur-Mer.
Abbé R. Cousseran, Saint-Léger-de-Montbrun Thouars (Poitiers).
Abbé Crevau, Pila-Canale (Ajaccio).
Abbé Cuvillier, lic. ès-lettres clans., curé de Floringhem (Arras),
R.P. Dagorn C.M.
Abbé Georges Dahmar, Pr prêtre kabyle, vicaire à la cathédrale de Toulon. R.P. Damien de la Mère des Douleurs, passioniste-missionnaire (Belgique). Abbé Delmasure, curé de Théoule-sur-Mer.
Chan. Den jean, Pamiers.
R.P. Laurent-Marie Desuint 0.P., Paris-8e.
R.P. Destouesse, Pères Capucins, Bayonne.
Abbé M. Domken, dir. des Soeurs de Charité, Bruxelles (Belgique).
Abbé G. Duboscq, vicaire, Paris.
Mgr Ducaud-Bourget, Chapelain conventuel de l’ordre souverain de Malte, Paris. R.P. Dupré la Tour, aumônier de l’hôpital Saint-Luc et de la Fraternité catholique des malades de Lyon.
Abbé Georges Dupuy, Cugny (Soissons).
R.P. Duval C.55.R. (Montauban).
R.P. Elzear des Estables Q.F.I.
R.P. Arthur Erneey, C.S.SP.
R.P. J.-B. Etcheverry, missionnaire M.E.P.
Abbé L. Fichet, curé de Reville (Coutances).
Abbé Fouilleul, Ernée (Laval).
Abbé Froehly, curé, Les Alliés (Besançon).
R.P. Félix Galen, La Coquille (Périgueux)
R.P. Gélin, C.SS.R., Leau (Belgique).
Chan. H. George, aumônier de l’hospice Saint-Louis, Avignon.
Mgr Léon Gillet, Prélat de S.S., lic. de l’Inst. Pontif. Oriental, lic. en droit canon. Abbé Giraudy, Institution Montgontier, La Côte-Saint-André (Grenoble).
Abbé A. Gan, Lorraine.
R.P. Jésus Gonzalez-Quevedo S.J., docteur en théologie, Universidad Pontificia,
Com i I las (Espagne).
Abbé Gottlieb, lic. en théologie, vicaire, aumônier de lycée, La Chaire (Bourges). Abbé Jacques-Emmanuel des Graviers, lic. en droit canon., aumônier de collège. R.P. Guérard des Lauriers, 0.P. (1).
R.P. Guerlais, Landreville (Troyes).
Abbé Maurice Gui llemie, curé de Saint-Joseph de Rueil-Buzenvar.
Abbé Guimet, Hospice de Crémieu (Grenoble).
Abbé Hannoire, Pinterville (Evreux).
Abbé Jean Henry, Ludres (Nancy).
Abbé J. Houdart, curé de Saint-Marnmés (Meaux).
Abbé J. Huault, Rouen.
Abbé Hubert, Orvilliers (Versailles).
Abbé M. Isoir, curé de Nully (Langres).
Abbé Yves Jarnin, vicaire, Bourgenay (Luçon).
Mgr G. Karouth, archimandrite, curé de Saint-Nicolas-de-Myre à Marseille. R.P. Jean Louis O.F.M., Lyon.
Abbé Paul holland, curé de Saint–Mars–du–Désert (Nantes).
Abbé G. de Jouffrey, docteur en philosophie et théologie (Grenoble). Abbé Keiser, curé de Feulen, Luxembourg.
Abbé Kerebel, Paris:
(1) Fut l’un des premiers signataires, nous sommes très confus d’avoir omis son nom par erreur dans la Ire édition.
AbbéH. duper, curé de Presles-et-Thierny (Soissons).
Abbé Léopold Lacassagne, chan. hon. de Verdun, doyen hon. de St-Savinien-siChar. Chan. Lambert, Versailles.
Abbé M. Landreau, curé de Roiffé, Les Trois-Moutiers (Poitiers). Abbé Latour, curé de Ahetze (Bayonne).
R.P. Le Lay, Tala, Prov. Salta (Argentine).
Abbé Le Perderel, curé de Saint-Martin de Larges-les-Gonesse (Pontoise). Abbé M. Lhuillier, Paris.
R.P. Lorenzo Lorenzetti, Buenos Aires (Argentine).
Abbé Julien Magnier, curé honoraire de Djeval (Arras). Abbé M. Mollet, diocèse de Coutances.
Abbé Marminia, Versailles.
Abbé Pierre Marquis, du clergé de Genève (Suisse).
Abbé Marteau, archidiaconé de Saint-Etienne, 60 années de sacerdoce. R.P. Henri-Laurent Mathieu 0.5.8., Maredsous (Belgique).
Abbé E. Maurin, chanoine de Versailles, retiré dans le Gard. Abbé Honoré Manié, curé de Montcony (Autun).
Abbé Fr. Merchadou, curé de Siorac-en-Périgord (Bordeaux).
Abbé Gustave Jerker, curé de Conflans-sur-Seine (Chalons-sur-Marne). Abbé F. Mermillod, Thônes (Annecy).
Dom Luigi Migliorini, Borgo San Lorenzo, Florence (Italie). Chan. François M;sonne, dir. Abbaye de Cortenberg (Belgique). Abbé L. Morin, curé de Notre-Dame, Cluny.
Abbé Paul Maser (Strasbourg).
Abbé Henri Mouraux, Nancy.
Abbé Gabriel Murat, curé de Sarvagnac, Saint-Loup (Rodez). Abbé Henri Muttini, aumônier, Saint-Just, Marseille.
R.P. Gando Nilo, Monterosso-al-Mare, La Spezia (Italie). Abbé Henri Noël, curé de Trament-Lassus.
R.P. Nufiez, docteur en théologie, Buenos Aires (Argentine). Abbé Panneton, Trois-Rivières, P.O. (Canada).
Abbé C. Ferrier, Paris.
Abbé Perronnet, Chapelain de la Basilique Notre-Dame de Fourvières, Lyon.
R.P. Peyle S.M.A. (Dahomey).
R.P. Peyrache, Saint-Chamond.
Abbé Rémi Pilon, Whitelaw (Alberta, Canada).
Abbé Pinot, Nérondes (Bourges).
R.P. Martin Prieto S.J., doct. en philos., lic. en théoi., Sévi% (Espagne). Abbé Quenard, Rome.
Abbé Raingeart de la Blétière, curé au diocèse de Beauvais, retiré à Pont-Saint-Marti:1 R.P. M. Rederstorff, Père blanc, Pau-Billières (Bayonne).
Chan. R. Renaud, vice-official.
Abbé Fr. Reveilhac, missionnaire apostolique.
Abbé Rey, Sion (Suisse).
Abbé Rhote, aumônier à faon-l’Etape.
Abbé Riardant, Paris.
Abbé A. Richaud (Le Puy).
Abbé Stephen Rigby, Worthing (Angleterre).
Abbé André Rimaud, curé de Chambceuf.
Abbé M. Rivière, aumônier d’hôpital (Paris).
Abbé E. Robin (Poitiers).
R.P. He. Rope M.A., Macclesfield (Angleterre).
Abbé Rouget, Bourges.
R.P. Sagiles Comillas (Espagne).
Abbé A. Sauvage, professeur, aumônier du Carmel du Havre.
Abbé Scheerens, curé, Anthée (Belgique).
Abbé Schilewaert, curé de Château-l’Abbaye, Saint-Amand-les-Eaux.
Abbé A. Schneider, aumônier, Paris.
Abbé P. Schoonbroodt, Saint-Vitte (Belgique). R.P. Teodora Scrosati, Cordoba (Argentine). Abbé V. Serraldo, du clergé d’Alger.
R.P. Alcides Sghirla, docteur en théologie, licencié en droit, curé à Montevideo. R.P. Raphaël Sineux O.P., Bordeaux.
Abbé E. Son, curé de Gripport (Nancy). Abbé J. Soubitez, curé (Arras).
Abbé Paul Tastet, curé de tv’tisson (Landes).
Abbé Tibur, Ecole de Baure, Clermont (Aires et Dax). R.P. Jean Tonneau 0.P., Maître en théologie.
R.P. Triclot C.S.Sp.
Abbé Vanderbelcen, aumônier, Elbeuf.
Chan. Paul Vidal, aumônier des Religieuses de St-Augustin, Marseille.
R.P. Henri Vigoureux S.M.
R.P. Vinson, Cellule (Clermont-Ferrand).
Abbé René Way, curé de Saint-Floris, 55 années ,de sacerdoce (Arras)