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In Praise of Our Immaculate Queen
By Abbe R. Payriere
Acclamations to the Queen of Heaven. Beloved Mother, how sweet it is to the hearts of thy children to proclaim thee Queen of the Universe....
The Beginnings of Sedevacantism?
By John Lane
In answer to Fr. Maessen’s article, “Sedevacantism” — published in Catholic under the banner headline, “Finishing with Sedevacantism.”
“And to the Republic for Which It Stands...”
By Very Rev. Fr. Casimir Puskorius, CMRI
St. Robert Bellarmine's Teachings on Forms of Government. According to the United States Constitution, the president and vice-president are not elected by the people. The citizens cast ballots, to be sure, but the direct voting is done by the Electors of the presidency... Though the liberals and progressives deem it archaic, this function of the Electoral College is one of those few remaining features of republicanism that has not eroded with time....
The Priesthood of Jesus Christ
By Richard Stapper, S.T.D.
Living as we do in the era of man-centeredness in the Novus Ordo liturgy, it is all the more important that we grasp the correct notion of the Sacred Liturgy. This extract from Catholic Liturgics explains the priestly activity of Our Lord in the liturgical life of the Church.
Moral Theology: The Case of a Catholic Lawyer
Cases of Consience from The Casuist
Titius is a conscientious Catholic and a lawyer of considerable ability. In the practice of his profession, he is often called upon to defend persons who are being prosecuted for some crime. Now it sometimes happens that Titius knows, even before the case comes to trial, that his client is guilty and deserves to be punished. Titius has a special aptitude for such cases, and receives larger fees for them than for civil cases, but has serious scruples about defending such persons. How is he to be advised?
The Athanasian Creed
Whoever wishes to be saved must, above all, keep the Catholic faith; for unless a person keeps this faith whole and entire, he will undoubtedly be lost forever...
The First Council of Constantinople (38l AD)
By Rev. Frs. Francisco Radecki, CMRI, and Dominic Radecki, CMRI
The First Council of Nicaea was not successful to eradicating Arianism. The Emperor Constantine changed his position towards Arianism through the influence of his sister, Constantia. He recalled the exiled heretical bishops from banishment in the year 328 A.D. and Arius in 334....
The Angel of Portugal
By Rev. Fr. Messias D. Coelho
We see sacrifice as something painful, something that makes us suffer. This is not true. What is sacrifice? Sacrifice comes from a Latin word sacrificium, which comes from two words, sacrum and facere. The word sacrum means sacred, and the word facere means “to do,” “to make.” Together they mean “to make something sacred.”
Carrying the Cross
By Rev. Fr. Dominic Radecki, CMRI
Our life on earth is a probation in exile. God has given us free will with which to choose our course through life, and hence our eternal home. Wherever our course may lead us, no matter in which direction we travel, we will find the path strewn with thorns. It is our response to suffering that proves our character and our virtue...
Joint Date for Easter?
Eyes of Our Lady of Guadalupe
Mount St. Michael
Mary Immaculate Queen Center
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