Issue: October 2011
We have recently celebrated the feast of Christ the King, a feast dear to our hearts since it is a reminder that our Lord Jesus Christ must reign in our souls, families, and parishes, and at every...
Archbishop Lefebvre always linked the priesthood to the social reign of our Lord Jesus Christ: the one is source of the other; the other spontaneously flows from the first.
Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre knew as well as Bishop Antonio de Castro Mayer the teaching of St. Pius X concerning Catholic Action for the laity. Nevertheless, both of them, the latter in response to the deviations of the TFP, the former in response to the independence of the Renaissance Catholique, made ambiguous statements about the nature of Catholic Action and its dependence on the clergy. We will try to clarify both questions and answer the following question: “Catholic Action: whose job is it?”
The question we shall address is the following: Doesn’t the current crisis cast doubt on or even destroy apologetics, the defense of the Church, as it is traditionally studied? More precisely, doesn’t the current crisis ruin the apologetical argument from the four marks of the Church? for the facts are there, and as we well know:
A letter from Fr. du Cacqueray, the District Superior of the French District. In it, he explains why the Assisi meeting in October is problematic from a Catholic perspective. In light of the recent developments with Rome, this should serve as an example that, no matter what happens, the Society of St. Pius X will not change its doctrinal critique of the problems in the Church since the Second Vatican Council
Dr. John Senior explains in his book The Restoration of Christian Culture that the rediscovery of nature is a preliminary indispensable condition for all intellectual formation.
Christendom needs priests to exist, otherwise it breaks down and dies. Without the priest the divine truths would no longer be taught and faith would die out. Without him, divine life would no longer be kept alive in souls by grace, which fortifies and sanctifies them
The relationship between natural realities and their supernatural origin and destiny is one of the most appropriate subjects of our times. Specifically, the Marxist ideological attack on the family is not understood unless one has first thought about this profound reality, that is, the family’s relationship to divine parenthood
Interviews with Fr. Schmidberg, Fr. Pfluger, and more!
Can one offer a single Rosary for two different intentions? Can and/or should bishops and superiors report cases of sexual abuse of minors to civil authorities?
Press release of Fr. Xavier Beauvais, FSSPX Shocked but Not Vanquished! The last third of the year 2011 will conclude in several cities in France against a backdrop of...