Issue: September 2011
The next few months will be a busy time for Angelus Press. Allow me to share with you some of the changes which you will notice in the near future.
On May 16, 2011, Fr. de Cacqueray introduced the new Rosary Crusade launched before Easter by Bishop Fellay, in which all Christians are invited to participate. The goal is 12 million Rosaries.
Graduation Sermon of Fr. Marc Alain Nely, Second Assistant to the Superior General, given in St. Mary’s Academy and College, St. Marys, Kansas (2011)
On October 17, 2010, Pope Benedict XVI elevated to the altars the first Australian saint, Mary MacKillop. The heroic virtue of Mother Mary will be strongly defended here, and placed side by side with that of one whose canonization all Traditional Catholics await: Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre.
There are always priests searching for Tradition and the Mass. As an example, Fr. Christopher Pieroni, FSSPX, recently joined the Society of St. Pius X. Fr. Markus Heggenberger sat down with him to discuss his journey to Tradition.
Who even speaks of purity any more? And yet, it is perhaps the virtue most under siege in today’s corrupted world. It needs to be addressed—not harped on ad nauseam like some kind of unhealthy obsession, but spoken of nonetheless, because many Catholics, young people as well as adults, would do well to re-examine their ideas on the subject.
The astonishing deficiencies that we notice in education oblige us to take into account another rupture which also relates to tradition, but on the natural level. In general, even in the bosom of their own families, children do not receive an education in which affection and firmness, that essential alliance, unite to help them to develop fully.
Bishop Fellay’s Sermon given during the ceremony of the ordinations, St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary, Winona, June 17, 2011
Interview conducted by Professor Hugues Mouckaga Good morning, Your Excellency, and thank you infinitely for finding the time to free yourself from your many occupations to grant us this...
After the Angelus of January 1, 2011, Pope Benedict XVI recalled the “25th anniversary of the World Day of Prayer which Venerable John Paul II convoked at Assisi in 1986.” For this occasion, the Pope announced his intention to go to Assisi in October, and he invited his “Christian brethren of various denominations, the exponents of the world’s religious traditions to join this Pilgrimage….
“Because thou art lukewarm, neither hot, nor cold, I shall vomit thee out of My mouth.”
Any more than the priesthood, marriage cannot escape the definitive intrusion of God into two souls.
The purpose of this present article is to present a text, or rather a series of texts, of Fr. Garrigou-Lagrange that treat precisely of this idea that one can, or even one must, “reclothe” the truths of the faith with a language that is acceptable to modern man
This part is going to focus on the whole question of art and architecture within the novel. The title of the book is about a very large family estate and particularly that castle, Brideshead. And our hero’s vocation is that of an artist.
- SSPX Ordinations.
- Bishop Rifan Concelebrates.
- 2011 Chatres Pilgrimage report.
- Archbishop Deplores the Collapse of Christian Culture.
- Syria: Some Bishops Dread the Rise of Islamism.
- SSPX Faithful Not Excommunicated
What constitutes martyrdom?
May I immunize my children with vaccines developed from cell lines that were originally derived from an aborted fetus?
Bishop Fellay contrasts this example of the Faith of the Magi with the unbelief of Herod and of the priests and the announcement of the World Day of Prayer for Peace in Assisi in October 2011.