Issue: July 2011
Extreme positions are sometimes despicable, but they sometimes help to clarify things. Let me therefore quote a “defense” of the late Pope John Paul II, written by an American priest trained in Rome; it is a defense against what he considers an unjustified attack by the SSPX.
St. Pius X himself taught that there can be no restoration without a proper formation, without religious instruction, without schools.
Sisters of the Society Saint Pius X “Sister, you have not shown them the Catechism; they have to see the Catechism!” Such was the gentle reproach that Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre...
The greatest part of his knowledge, both of nature and of men, is frequently from books. Literature, taking the word in its broadest meaning, is one of man’s greatest earthly treasures. It gives expression to deep thought and noble emotions and teaches some of life’s most important lessons.
On February 2, 2011, a special jubilee occurred: the 400th anniversary of the blessing and solemn enthronement of the miraculous statue of Our Lady of Good Success in the convent of the Third Order Franciscan Sisters of the Immaculate Conception in Quito, Ecuador.
Beatification and Canonization Since Vatican II: The Difficulties Arising from the Council
In Part 5 of Dr. White’s lecture on Brideshead Revisited, he continues his analysis of the novel, focusing on character development and the artistic depth of the plot.
Fr. Beauvais is the prior of St. Nicolas-du-Chardonnet and is in charge of the Civitas Institute’s training in the Church’s Social Doctrine
"The Church’s social doctrine is more relevant than ever. It is the only solution for our dechristianized societies."
Commentary on the Instruction Universae Ecclesiae Announced as early as December 30, 2007, by Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, the Instruction Universae Ecclesiae on the application of the Motu...
Is Vatican II the cause of the world-wide pedophile scandal?
In Praise of the Archbishop’s Prudence