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Issue No. 150 features the following articles:
° Habemus Bergoglio
Antipope Francis and the Conciliar Church
by Mario Derksen
Right from the start, Francis attracted attention for departing from common “papal” ways, even judging by Novus Ordo standards...
° Sedevacantism: The Only Logical Conclusion
The Contradiction of “Recognize but Resist”
by Rev. Fr. Benedict Hughes, CMRI
“They think you are lepers!” These words were spoken by a good, traditional priest, who had been warned against us sedevacantists. Of course, this is nothing new. We have become accustomed to the persecution and isolation shown us by many of those who cannot seem to grasp the logic of our position....
° The Ecumenical Movement: Did Pope Pius XII Condone Ecumenism?
by Rev. Fr. Johannes Heyne
Not too long ago, somebody gave me an article about Pope Pius XII. The author held the opinion that Pius XII was a modernist Pope. One of his many arguments was that Pius XII was already fostering and acknowledging the Ecumenical Movement....
° Respice Stellam, Voca Mariam
Consultation with Mary
by Rev. Fr. Gabriel Lavery, CMRI
...[I]f we could ask Mary for advice, her advice would always be correct. In fact, it is possible to consult her; we simply have to ask her advice....
° Adoremus in Aeternum
The Sacred Liturgy (Part 4: The Liturgical Colors)
by Rev. Fr. Benedict Hughes, CMRI
Holy Mother the Church is most wise. She recognizes how much we are influenced by color and art, and so she employs these things for the worship of God in order to kindle our devotion....
° Pages from the Past
Prince Henry the Navigator (Part IV: To Trade or to Conquer — The Inevitable Question)
by Rev. Fr. Brendan Hughes, CMRI
Prince Henry systematically improved upon mapping the African west coast. Even before reconnoitering the coast, he presumed that there were permanent coastal trade settlements — perhaps overly trusting the century-old Libro del Conoscimiento....
° In Season — Out of Season
Mary Mediatrix of All Graces
by Rev. Fr. Casimir Puskorius, CMRI
Today I will speak about her role as Mediatrix of All Graces. Although it is the great feast of Pentecost, I will join the theme of the doctrine of Mary as Mediatrix of All Graces with that of this glorious feast, the birthday of the Church, the special coming of the Holy Ghost. You see, my dear brethren, there is a very special relationship between Mary and the Holy Ghost... .
° Servus Mariae
Unmasking the Danger of Worldliness
by Rev. Fr. Dominic Radecki, CMRI
Whether we admit it or not, everyone has a worldview — a mindset through which we view the world, which determines those things that are most important in life. There are essentially only two worldviews: one is based on faith in God and the other is based on the spirit of the world. These two opposing ways of life stand in stark opposition.
° World Watch (short news stories compiled by The Reign of Mary staff):
New Ireland Law to Allow Abortion Through All Nine Months
US Soldiers May Be Court Martialed for Sharing Christian Faith
The Fall of Kermit Gosnell’s House of Horrors
First “Gay Marriage” — Then “Group Marriage”
Planned Parenthood Sex Ed Ad #&8220;Too Graphic” for Major Newspapers
Walmart Worker Returns $20,000 to Shopper
83-Year-Old Nun Convicted of Uranium Plant Break-in
Islam Overtaking UK
Dog Attends Church Daily After Owner’s Death
Judge Orders Plan B Pill to be Made Available Over the Counter to All Ages
Atheist Defends Catholic Doctrine Against “Catholic”
“Father” and “Mother” to be Eliminated from Education Department Forms
Astronaut Celebrates St. Patrick’s Day in Space
Irish Bishops Will Not Bar Pro-Abortion Politicians from Communion
Court Denies Asylum to Family that Fled Germany’s Persecution of Homeschoolers
Man Charged with Murder for Tricking Girlfriend into Taking Abortion Pills
School Bans the Word “Easter”; Government Set to Control School Curricula
Typewriters Coming Back