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The Paris Foreign Missions Society and Catholic Evangelization in Southeast Asia

Founded in response to the atmosphere of general reform of the Church after the Council of Trent, the MEP (Paris Foreign Missions) was one group whose only apostolate would be the foreign missions. MEP missionaries notably labored for the salvation of souls in many parts of the Far East and in Canada. 

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The Miraculous Features of the Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe

The image of Our Lady of Guadalupe contains some details clearly derived from Aztec culture and others from traditional Christian culture—and amongst these, some not normally associated with the Spanish Christian culture of the day. What is remarkable is how these disparate aspects are combined so as to form a unified image that has great appeal throughout the centuries.

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Thematic Unity in the Final Sundays after Pentecost and its Disappearance in the Liturgical Reforms

An in-depth comparison of the prayers for the final Sundays after Pentecost of the New Mass vs. those of the Tridentine Rite sheds further light on the thinking of the Vatican's liturgical revolutionaries.

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