Issue: July 2017
As always in Church history but more now than ever, the solution to the crisis rests in Peter’s hands. Pope Francis, not unlike old St. Peter, seems to be in chains, and the Church’s duty is to ardently pray for his liberation.
On this extraordinary trial regarding its popes, we have what the history of the Church tells us and what Revelation on the Church does not tell us.
What is the "living magisterium" and what does it mean for traditional Catholics today?
A history of the concept of collegiality with an examination of where it conflicts with the traditional understanding of the Church's governance.
A list of 15 questions that have received surprising, if not unsettling, answers from Pope Francis.
On Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre's relationship to the episcopate during his lifetime.
A detailed historical and liturgical analysis of the Feast of Our Lady's Assumption, including an account of how this feast developed in the West.
Excerpts from one of the most cited but misunderstood texts in recent Church history: Pastor Aeternus.
A thorough account of the life and thought of Rev. Roger-Thomas Calmel, a holy Dominican who stood firm for the Faith.
St. Benedict, when describing the abbot in a monastery, lifts his monks to a supernatural level. The superior is “believed to be the representative of Christ.”
A reflection on the Book of Job.
A Lenten sermon by Archbishop Lefebvre on the problem of religious ignorance in the world today.
Throughout the history of Western civilization, no institution has provided more meaningful patronage of the arts than the Catholic Church, often under the personal direction of the pope.
On the importance of parents working together for the greater good of their children.
- Should we go to confession frequently, even when we have not committed any mortal sins?
- Do we have sufficient contrition when we confess a sin, knowing that, in all likelihood, we will fall again into it?
- Is there a simple, common-sense answer to the Protestant objection against the Catholic prayer asking for the intercession of the Saints?
- New President for Pontifical Academy of Sciences
- Relics of St. Don Bosco Stolen
- Church Tithing in Paris
- Our Lady of Fatima Honored by Luxembourg
A detailed theological study on the topic of the papacy and heresy, including whether a pope who has fallen into heresy is still the pope.
As paradoxical as it will appear to some, Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre too was a pillar and a defender of the papacy even throughout the storm that he traversed during the last 30 years of his life.