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An Open Letter on the Nature of the Church’s Authority
By Rev. Fr. Donald Sanborn
The Correct Catholic Concept of Submission to the Pope. With Father Sanborn's kind permission we reprint his letter explaining the correct concept of submission to the Roman Pontiff. In some traditional Catholic circles, unfortunately, the wrong theology seems to prevail, i.e., we follow the Pope when he teaches us correctly, but not the many times he does not.
The Candid Admissions of Bishop Tissier de Mallerais
By Rev. Fr. Francesco Ricossa
In an interview given by Bishop Tissier (one of the bishops consecrated by Archbishop Lefebvre and Bishop de Castro Mayer) in the French magazine of the Society of St. Pius X, Fideliter, candid and baffling admissions were made....
Descent To Sodom
By Rev. Fr. Benedict Hughes, CMRI
The ominous influence of the homosexual movement grows larger as society continues to fall deeper into the pit of the “the sins of the flesh.” Rev. Fr. Benedict Hughes gives us the clear teachings of Scripture in this regard, and exposes the fallacies used to defend unnatural sin.
Infallibility: Part 6 The Infallibility of the Universal Episcopate
By Rev. Fr. Brendan Hughes, CMRI
The Ecumenical Council, i.e., the gathering of all or at least of a sufficiently representative number of Catholic bishops, is a beautiful harmonization of papal and episcopal power....
The Centenary of Testem Benevolentiae
Commemorating Pope Leo XIII’s Encyclical on Americanism, January 22, 1899
“...But in the matter of which we are now speaking, beloved son, the project involves greater danger and is more hostile to Catholic doctrine and discipline, inasmuch as the followers of these novelties judge that a certain liberty ought to be introduced into the Church so that, limiting the exercise and vigilance of its powers, each one of the faithful may act more freely in pursuance of his own natural bent and capacity....”
The Holy Ghost, Our Forgotten Guest
A Sermon Preached on Pentecost Sunday by Rev. Fr. Casimir Puskorius, CMRI
...The ultimate solution for the conflicts such as that which we see on the Balkan Peninsula is for the people there to cooperate with the grace of the Holy Ghost. If this would be done, the senselessness would stop. But when men try to apply political solutions to spiritual problems, their solutions will never be adequate....
Knowledge of Jesus Christ
By Rev. Father Dominic Radecki, CMRI
Man was created to be with God in heaven. Although one may seek his satisfaction and completion in earthly things, he will never be fully satisfied. Only the knowledge and love of God can fill the human heart to any meaningful extent in this earthly life: “Thou hast made us, O Lord, for Thyself, and our hearts shall find no rest until they rest in Thee” (St. Augustine).
“War is a Punishment for Sin....”
One of Fatima's key lessons is that war is a punishment for sin... The scale of justice is now so out of balance — there is so much sin — that we have brought war upon ourselves... The problem is not all the evil people in the world. The problem is the Catholics in the world who are not living the Fatima message.
Honor Thy Father and Thy Mother
Death Penalty Debate
Dr. Death is Given Life
Excommunication a Little Late
Hula Mass Approved
Mount St. Michael
Mary Immaculate Queen Center
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