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Issue No. 161 features the following articles:
° Islamic Mass Immigration
by Fr. Eugen Rissling
Fr. Rissling takes a look at the problem of the Islamic invasion of Europe, its history, its problems, the conflicts and the inevitable consequences. Is it more than Christianity can endure?
° The Liturgical Changes of Pope Pius XII: May Catholics Reject Laws Promulgated by a Legitimate Pope?
by Rev. Fr. Dominic Radecki, CMRI
Many well-intentioned Catholics believe that they can believe Pope Pius XII to be a true pope, yet reject certain changes that he approved. Fr. Dominic Radecki explains why picking and choosing from among liturgical ceremonies and laws, which itself smacks of modernism, is so dangerous.
° The Multiplicity of Words: Why do Modernists Publish Such Lengthy Writings?
by Rev. Fr. Benedict Hughes, CMRI
With the release of Bergoglio’s 255-page Amoris Laetitiae, Fr. Benedict Hughes takes a look at the promptings behind the verbose writings of the modernists.
° Monsignor Moisés Carmona Rivera, Pillar of Traditionalism in Mexico
Part VIII: Relationship with International Traditionalism
by Rev. Fr. Daniel A. Perez Gomez
In this part of the series, Fr. Daniel A. Perez Gomez takes a look at the role of the late bishop in international traditional Catholicism. His numerous correspondence with people all over the world show that he was a true shepherd, not only of the faithful in Mexico, but also for Catholics left without shepherds of their own.
° Respice Stellam
What Popes Have Said about True Devotion to Mary
Quotes from several popes on St. Louis Marie de Montfort’s total consecration to Mary
° In Season—Out of Season
The Sacred Heart of Jesus: Symbol of God’s Incomprehensible Love for Us
A Sermon Preached by Rev. Fr. Casimir Puskorius, CMRI
Father brings to light some doctrinal reflections on this indispensable devotion, but most especially the great love that the Sacred Heart of Jesus has for us poor sinners.....
° Adoremus in Aeternum
The Sacred Liturgy Part XII: The Roman Ritual
By Rev. Fr. Benedict Hughes, CMRI
Fr. Benedict Hughes explains why it is that the Roman Ritual can be referred to as a priest's handbook. In addition to a wide variety of blessings, this book also contains the rites to be followed in the administration of the sacraments and prayers for exorcisms.
° Catholic Heroes of America
St. Frances Xavier Cabrini
by Rev. Fr. Francisco Radecki, CMRI
The only naturalized American citizen to have been canonized, this Italian born missionary travelled extensively establishing schools, hospitals and orphanages in her efforts to re-establish the kingdom of Christ upon earth.
° Servus Mariae
Letting God Have His Way
by Rev. Fr. Dominic Radecki, CMRI
Although written for the benefit of our Confraternity readers, this message should be taken to heart by all. How often our trials and contradictions are made so much harder to bear because we insist that things go our way, contrary to the wishes of the good God who knows what is best for us at all times. Loving resignation to His Will brings peace and contentment, even in the midst of suffering and tribulation.
° World Watch (short news stories compiled by The Reign of Mary staff):
“Pope” Francis Never Ceases to Shock Faithful Catholics
Amoris Laetitiae Ghostwritten by “Art of Kissing“ Author
Harvard Scientists Hold Secret Meeting to Create Human Life
Rabbi Helps Incorporate Climate Change into Catholic Seminary Curriculum
Satanic Religion Thrives in the Unites States
Obama Appoints Transgender Man to Faith Advisory Position
Vatican Official: “We Now Have a New Two-Member Expanded Papacy”
Statue of Our Lady Stirs Debate in Secular Uruguay
Noah’s Ark Replica May Cross the Ocean This Summer
Women’s Ordination Activists Closer to Their Goal?
Kindergartners to be Taught That Gender is All in Your Mind
Scientists: Life Begins with a Flash of Light
“Pope” Will Help Celebrate the 500th Anniversary of Protestant Revolt
Hospital Halts Abortions: All Its Doctors Refuse to Do Them