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Issue No. 152, Fall 2013

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Issue No. 152 features the following articles:

° Letter from the Editor

° The Masterminds Of Vatican II
 Part I: The Master Plan; Role of Freemasonry
 by Rev. Fr. Francisco Radecki, CMRI
...Although historians point to many of the masterminds who helped form this humanist religion and propagate its ideas, there was ultimately only one mastermind behind it all...

° The Cult of Man
 Bergoglio’s Shocking Statements Reveal a Man-Centered Religion
 by Rev. Fr. Benedict Hughes, CMRI
Many shocking statements have come forth from the mouth of Jorge Mario Bergoglio (“Pope Francis”) over the past several months... But for me, a most telling statement was his comment that the two greatest problems in the world are the unemployment of youth and the loneliness of the elderly!...

° Martyr in Maine
 Fr. Sebastian Rasle, SJ: Missionary to the Abenaki Indians
 by Rev. Fr. Gabriel Lavery
The last time the bell had spoken was the fateful day of August 23, 1724. On that day, screams of terror mingled with the moans of dying men, women and children as dozens fell victim to the vengeance of the English. Flames and smoke filled the air as the Catholic Indian village of Old Point was destroyed....

° Does Celibacy Still Make Sense?
 Answers to Common Objections to Celibacy
 by Rev. Fr. Eugen Rissling
Nowadays, if you are traveling as a Catholic priest and meet people who are not necessarily familiar with Catholicism, conversation always reverts to discussion on religious issues. One of the questions that regularly arises is the meaning and relevance of the celibacy of Roman Catholic priests....

° Respice Stellam, Voca Mariam
 Questions and Answers on the Brown Scapular
 by Rev. Fr. Gabriel Lavery, CMRI
To provide accurate information on many questions regarding the scapular, the following compilation is made almost entirely from decrees and responses from Rome as noted after each answer. Only a few answers are based on the opinions of notable theologians or authoritative works on the scapular as indicated....

° Pages from the Past
 Prince Henry the Navigator (Part VI: The Desire to Do Well)
 by Rev. Fr. Brendan Hughes, CMRI
In 1456 the crown commissioned Diogo Gomes, a nobleman of the royal household, to negotiate peace between Portugal and the African coastal tribes with the intent of establishing trade....

° In Season — Out of Season
 Christmas Midnight Mass
 by Rev. Fr. Benedict Hughes, CMRI
Many Catholics will undergo great sacrifices, traveling great distances — not only to attend Mass on Christmas Day as we all must — but to attend the Midnight Mass, because Our Lord chose to be born in the middle of the night.... .

° Servus Mariae
 The Necessity of Prayer
 by Rev. Fr. Dominic Radecki, CMRI
He who prays will certainly save his soul; he who does not pray will certainly lose it.” St. Alphonsus Maria de Liguori wrote these solemn words after reflecting upon the words and examples of Sacred Scripture, the teachings of Tradition and his long experience as a missionary....

° World Watch (short news stories compiled by The Reign of Mary staff):
     Cardinal Adviser to Francis Denies Hell and Purgatory
     100-Year-Old Nun Wants to Become Priest
     Man Marries Tree
     Methodists Discussing Online “Holy Communion”
     Will the Bishops of Germany Defy the Vatican on Communion for Divorced Catholics?
     Belgium Considering Euthanasia for Children
     Blasphemous Burger
     “Pope” Invites Rabbi to Vatican Guesthouse
     Vatican Recalls Papal Medals: Name of Jesus Misspelled
     Woman Archbishop Has Muslim Motto


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