This Society is focused on  fostering, reinforcing and promoting traditional Catholic principles in society. Each day on this page, you’ll find the Saints of the Day as reflected in the traditional calendar of the Roman Catholic Church.  Read more about our mission and beliefs here.

Two Columns

On May 30, 1862, Don Bosco narrated the following dream. It concerns the battles of the Church against many adversaries, the sufferings of the Pope and the final triumph through devotion to the Holy Eucharist and to Mary, Help of Christians.

The painting below, created by Matthew Brooks, is used with permission. It depicts one of the forty dreams of St. John Bosco. In it, two ships battled in a violent sea. Within this depiction is a stunning amount of symbolism.


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St. Peter Celestine

St.-Peter-CelestineSt. Peter Celestine was founder of the Celestine Order. He was living in a mountain solitude when he was called to Rome by his election to the Pontificate. He was accused of excessive simplicity in public affairs, nor did he deny the truth of this accusation. Other Popes, such as Sts. Martin and Benedict IX had resigned the Papacy; the Thirteenth Century canonists nevertheless, disputed whether it was lawful for the Supreme Pontiff ever to renounce his position.

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