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BCP: The need of the time – home church

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Today, every Christian is under extremely strong pressure from the world. It is about systematic lies that lead to psychological, spiritual and physical suicide. We have learned from the news about one of many current tragedies: Triplets all regressed into autism on the same day following vaccination. We also read in the press: After unsuccessful euthanasia in Belgium, the medical personnel suffocated a 36-year-old woman with a pillow. Furthermore, we hear about the Netherlands and Ireland discussing plans to kill cows, supposedly to save the climate. At the same time, a new form of “food” from mealworms, grasshoppers and crickets is being introduced in Switzerland; even the EU has already approved it and absurdly claims that it will positively affect the climate. The NWO supranational agenda using the mass media turns people into total fools. Regarding the covid madness, the Czech doctor Mudr. J. Hnízdil states that: “The next phase is here,” although “the number of reports of health problems and sudden deaths after vaccination is increasing.” In addition, smartphones have swept the world in recent years. Young people and children thus devote several hours a day not only to vanities, but directly to instructions on moral depravity, crime and satanism. The Synod on Synodality is being held in the Vatican this October, which promotes LGBTQ and the marriages of so-called queer couples according to the liturgical texts of the Belgian bishops. Moreover, this spiritual suicide brings a curse not only on the Catholic Church.

What are the prospects for humanity that does not want to accept the truth, and even if it is deceived a hundred times, it continues to believe a lie that leads it to its own self-destruction, both temporal and eternal? What is the solution for Christians who want to keep the faith and save their souls? The only way to save the individual, family and society is true repentance and persistent prayer. Many ask: “What should we pray, how and when? We are busy.” That is why we ask: How much time does a Christian spend on smartphones each day? And what is the use of this for the human soul and for salvation? Not zero, but minus.

We provide here a short guide entitled “home church”, the basis of which is the so-called holy hour daily from 8 to 9pm.

Christian spirituality is connected with the basic truths of faith and keeping God’s commandments. It is a life that reckons daily with the living God, with the reality of the struggle with sin and the spirit of lies, and remembers eternity, death and God’s judgment. It is also a living connection with our Lord and Saviour through the mystery of baptism. Scripture says: “You were immersed through baptism into Christ’s death and received a new life.” (cf. Rom 6:4) Nowadays it is not even enough to preserve orthodox teachings, though it is truly heroic; today it is necessary to strive for personal contact with God, from where the Christian draws light and strength for each day to remain faithful to his Lord and Saviour. This also includes keeping God’s laws and Christ’s commandments in our personal life. Modesty that the Gospel urges upon us is extremely topical. It is the opposite of materialism, i.e. slavery to things and the pride of life. Today, God is looking for true Christians to become the salt and the light, the new leaven that can leaven the paralyzed Catholic Church. Today, pagan pseudo spirituality is being sucked into the spiritual vacuum created by a consumerist society overwhelmed by the spirit of this world. In no case can a Christian replace prayer with the so-called oriental Zen or yoga meditation or other New Age psychotechniques or practices. That would be spiritual suicide.

Saints became saints primarily through persistent prayer, and this is still true today.

We recommend the following tried and tested prayer schedule for the home church from 8 to 9 pm:

Monday 8-9pm

5 minutes confessing sins to God and to one another – after each short confession of sin you say, “Lord, have mercy!”, and the others also say, “Lord, have mercy!”

5 minutes giving thanks to God – after each short prayer of thanks you say, “Thank You, Lord,” and the others also say, “Thank You, Lord”

5 minutes of prayer intentions – after each intention you say, “Lord, hear our prayer,” and the others say the same

15 minutes singing

About 25 minutes praying the Rosary

The hour ends with a prayer stop and the faithful receive a blessing given by bishops and priests at 9pm

Tuesday 8-9pm

The same schedule

Wednesday 8-9pm

About half an hour – prayer of unity and power acc. Mk 11:23 (see

Prayer of the Rosary

Prayer stop and receiving a blessing at the end

Thursday 8-9pm

Contemplation of the Lord’s passion and the Way of the Cross (see,

Prayer stop and receiving a blessing at the end

Friday 8-9:25pm

One week – contemplating 1st-4th word from the cross

The other week – contemplating 3rd, 5th, 6th and 7th word from the cross

(Golgotha – seven words from the cross: see

At 9pm – we make a prayer stop, receive a blessing, and then continue the reflection on the 7th word

Saturday 8-9:20pm

Prophetic prayer acc. Ezek 37 (see

At 9pm – we make a prayer stop, receive a blessing, and then continue the prayer

The Celebration of Sunday begins:

Saturday 9:20-10:20pm

Contemplating the resurrection truths – the first hour (see

Sunday 5-7am

Contemplating the events of Sunday morning connected to the resurrection (see,


Contemplating the descent of the Holy Spirit (see

Attendance at Mass

Those who cannot be present at Mass can experience the Mass spiritually according to the booklet (see


A meeting of about 3-5 families, preferably both men and women separately, approximately 1-2 hours

Contemplating the apparition of Jesus to the Emmaus disciples – 20 minutes (see


Contemplation – Jesus appears to the apostles without Thomas and then to the apostles together with Thomas (see,

Prayer stop and receiving a blessing at the end

This is the current model of celebrating the Lord’s Day, i.e. the day of Christ’s resurrection and of the descent of the Holy Spirit. We seek to apply the idea of the four basic principles of the early Church in Jerusalem: 1) prayer, 2) apostles’ teaching, 3) liturgy, 4) fellowship (see Acts 2:42).

For the home church, we also recommend a daily prayer stop of 3-5 minutes according to the old church tradition at fixed times: when getting up, at 9am, noon, 3pm, 6pm, 9pm, and before bedtime. (see

It is said of the early Christians that they gathered daily in the temple and from house to house (Acts 5:42). The Apostle Paul speaks about home churches (1Cor 16:19). The family is the foundation representing a small church: father, mother and children. In order for relationships between spouses and between children and parents to be healthy, everyone must be led to a personal relationship with God, that is, to interior prayer. If the family does not pray together, it becomes more of a hotel where everyone has his own smartphone, his own world, and does not care about the person living beside him; they have hardly any relationship to God. This is a prerequisite for breakdown in families. On the other hand, a healthy Christian family is a living cell of the Church keeping its own prayer schedule.


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