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The Consecration at Mass, the Priesthood and Celibacy
By Very Rev. Casimir Puskorius, CMRI
Priestly Celibacy and the Recent Scandals Among Priests: There is a very serious problem in the Catholic Church, but let’s be clear what the problem is not. It is not, as so many believe, the rule of celibacy....
Heresy at “Assisi II”
Not only in deed but in word... The very gathering of false religions to pray for peace at Assisi on January 24, 2002, was the heresy of false ecumenism in action. It was a placing of all these religions on an equal footing, which, in the words of Pope Pius XI, is “tantamount to abandoning the religion revealed by God” (Mortalium Animos). The most egregious of heresies were uttered as well by representatives of the various religions, in the presence of John Paul II, for all the world to hear....
The Crucial Need for Catholic Education
From A Manual of Pastoral Theology by Rev. Frederick Schulze, D.D.
...“Let the laity provide a sufficient and generous support for the schools. ... Let the faithful be admonished...that they gravely neglect their duty if they do not provide, according to their means and power, for the Catholic schools” (Third Plenary Council of Baltimore)
The Symbolism of Sacred Rites and Liturgical Art
From Catholic Liturgics by Richard Stapper, S.T.D.
...Symbolism is a characteristic of external rites, according to which they ordinarily inspire thoughts of a moral or religious nature by reason of some spiritual relationship....
Keynote Address: “I Will Put Enmities Between Thee and the Woman...” (Part 2)
Besides false ecumenism, another very cleverly-orchestrated change in theology introduced by the Second Vatican Council was in the area of religious liberty. Of all the decrees of Vatican II, Dignitatis Humanae — the decree on religious liberty — was the most controversial....
Short Catechism of Church History
From the Book by Right Rev. Msgr. J. H. Oechtering, V.G.
Ed. note: Every so often, one comes across a gem of a book, and this Short Catechism of Church Hisotry certainly falls into this category. It is not an exhaustive or footnoted book by any means, but rather a “snapshot” view of the various eras in the history of the Church....
Moral Theology: On Artificial Fertilization
By Pope Pius XII
...With regard to artificial fecundation, not only is there reason to be extremely reserved, but it must be absolutely rejected....
The June Apparition at Fatima
By Rev. Fr. Messias D. Coelho
It was the feast of St. Anthony, the patron of the parish church of Fatima. It was the biggest feast of all the year, and the children liked this feast very much. The parents of Francisco and Jacinta thought the children would not leave the feast for the Cova da Iria. But they did....
By Rev. Fr. Dominic Radecki, CMRI
Bishop Fulton Sheen said, “What rust is to iron, what moths are to wool, what termites are to wood, that envy is to the soul: the assassination of brotherly love.”
Yahoo Ends Anti-Catholic Bias
Born-Alive Infants Protection Act
No to Assisted Suicide in Oregon
Mount St. Michael
Mary Immaculate Queen Center
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