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Letter from the Editor
by the Most Rev. Mark A. Pivarunas, CMRI
Selectively Excusing Modernism (Part II)
by Thomas A. Droleskey, Ph.D.
......Joseph Ratzinger cannot believe that the Old Testament has been superseded. If he did, you see, he would seek with urgency the conversion of the Jews as Saint Peter, the first pope, did, as such great saints as Saint Vincent Ferrer did, as Alphonse Ratisbonne, a Jew, did following his conversion to the Faith after Our Lady's apparition to him and his subsequent ordination to the priesthood...
Comments on Mike Duddy’s Article on the Eucharistic Form of Consecration for the Wine
In a recent article posted on the web site of Dr. Robert Sungenis, Mr. Mike Duddy has presented a defense for the validity of the Novus Ordo Missae based upon his extensive parsing of the Latin text of the Catechism of the Council of Trent. Mr. Duddy concludes that the only words necessary to consecrate the wine at Holy Mass are the words “This is My Blood,” and that therefore the change of the words “for many” to “for all” would not invalidate the consecration... Now if this were true, one should surely find conclusive evidence among the theologians...
The Habit of Sin
by Rev. Fr. Dominic Radecki, CMRI
How often have we gone to confession and, in order to be forgiven, have promised God that we would avoid the occasions of sin and would no longer offend Him. Sadly, only too soon afterwards, we find that we have broken our promises and have fallen again into sin....
Chant and Solfege
by Tom Sabella
Solfege has its roots in the same Gregorian chant sung in monasteries, convents and churches, and is a way of assigning syllables to degrees or steps of the tonal scale. ...Many Americans are familiar with this style of singing from Rogers & Hammerstein's well-known theatrical producation, The Sound of Music....
The Popes and Our Lady of Guadalupe
by Sister Mary Agatha, CMRI
The image of Our Lady of Guadalupe is a dear and familiar one to many Catholics today, but especially to those living in the Americas. It is most fitting, moreover, that her feast should fall in the month of December, because this miraculous image, which brings our Blessed Mother so clearly before us in such a unique way, reflects both the Divine Maternity of the Blessed Virgin and her Immaculate Conception....
New Data on the Holy Shroud of Turin
Buddhism in the U.S.
Fewer Priests in Italy
Pentecostals Making Great Inroads Worldwide
Family Values: A Thing of the Past?
South Dakota Rejects Anti-Abortion Law
Episcopalians Vote to Use Offical Rites for Gay "Marriages"
St. Paul's Body Found
Turkish Mufti Will Not Match Benedict's Gesture
Mount St. Michael
Mary Immaculate Queen Center
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