Issue: August 1981
Perseverance is the theme of this issue. Perseverance in the Catholic Faith. Perseverance in the face of opposition, of temptations, of discouragements. Perseverance in loyalty to the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass...
The Archbishop's ordination sermon of 29 June 1981 at the International Seminary of St. Pius X, Ecône, Switzerland.
Father Pro's last sixteen months as a hunted clandestine priest in Masonic Mexico.
The Feast of the Transfiguration is one of the most meaningful of the entire calendar—and one of the most neglected.
"When you read the history of the martyrs you will find in it an admirable illustration of how the doctrines of our holy religion, which seem, and are, so life-giving to us, can seem, and be (so far as their rejection is culpable), deadly to those who reject them." A sermon by Msgr. Knox.
A poem by Anne Cronin.
St. Mary's Academy enters its Third Year... St. Mary's College to open this Fall... The Immaculata Chapel will be rebuilt!
Father Carl answers questions about the morality of watching TV, polygamy, the ends of marriage, the papal flag, and mixed marriage.