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Communicatio in Sacris By William DeTucci
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Updated and slightly revised in 2012, “Communicatio in Sacris— Communion in the Sacred,” in Latin, is the only Book in the World that documents, details and quotes from numberless... More > scholarly sources on why the Roman Catholic Church has always prohibited Catholics from intercommunicating with non-Catholics. The premise of this work explores the “so-called” mutual-lifting of the 1054 A.D. anathemas “revoked” by Paul VI and Athenagoras I, in 1965. In addition, it exposes the hypocrisies of so-called Traditionalist(s) in the Orthodox and Catholic movements in regards to Intercommunion such as the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia; the Society of Pius X; the Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies in Etna, California; the Society of Pius V; the CMRI headed by Pseudo-Bishop Mark A. Pivarunas; the Most Holy Family Monastery headed by Brothers Michael and Peter Dimond; the Saint Benedict Center of Richmond, New Hampshire headed by Brother Andre Marie, and many others.< Less
Communicatio in Sacris By William DeTucci
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Updated and slightly revised in 2012, “Communicatio in Sacris— Communion in the Sacred,” in Latin, is the only Book in the World that documents, details and quotes from numberless... More > scholarly sources on why the Roman Catholic Church has always prohibited Catholics from intercommunicating with non-Catholics. The premise of this work explores the “so-called” mutual-lifting of the 1054 A.D. anathemas “revoked” by Paul VI and Athenagoras I, in 1965. In addition, it exposes the hypocrisies of so-called Traditionalist(s) in the Orthodox and Catholic movements in regards to Intercommunion such as the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia; the Society of Pius X; the Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies in Etna, California; the Society of Pius V; the CMRI headed by Pseudo-Bishop Mark A. Pivarunas; the Most Holy Family Monastery headed by Brothers Michael and Peter Dimond; the Saint Benedict Center of Richmond, New Hampshire headed by Brother Andre Marie, and many others< Less
Fathers of the Second Century By Apostle Arne Horn
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[A.D. 177.] In placing Athenagoras here, somewhat out of the order usually accepted, I commit no appreciable violence against chronology, and I gain a great advantage for the reader. To some extent... More > we must recognise, in collocation, the principles of affinity and historic growth. Closing up the bright succession of the earlier Apologists, this favourite author affords also a fitting introduction to the great founder of the Alexandrian School, who comes next into view. His work opens the way for Clement’s elaboration of Justin’s claim, that the whole of philosophy is embraced in Christianity. It is charming to find the primal fountains of Christian thought uniting here, to flow on for ever in the widening and deepening channel of Catholic orthodoxy, as it gathers into itself all human culture, and enriches the world with products of regenerated mind, harvested from its overflow into the fields of philosophy and poetry and art and science.< Less
Communicatio in Sacris By William DeTucci
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“Communicatio in Sacris—Communion in the Sacred,” in Latin, is the only Book in the World that documents, details and quotes from numberless scholarly sources on why the Roman... More > Catholic Church has always prohibited Catholics from intercommunicating with non-Catholics. The premise of this work explores the “so-called” mutual-lifting of the 1054 A.D. anathemas “revoked” by Paul VI and Athenagoras I, in 1965. In addition, it exposes the hypocrisies of so-called Traditionalist(s) in the Orthodox and Catholic movements in regards to Intercommunion. Running 290 pages with over 100 photos with fully-documented quotes and an Index, “Communicatio in Sacris,” is sure to be a monumental-work of historic and relative importance for Catholics, Scholars, Theologians and Laymen in the 21st century in understanding—an ancient and forgotten teaching and condemnation.< Less
Communicatio in Sacris By William DeTucci
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“Communicatio in Sacris—Communion in the Sacred,” in Latin, is the only Book in the World that documents, details and quotes from numberless scholarly sources on why the Roman... More > Catholic Church has always prohibited Catholics from intercommunicating with non-Catholics. The premise of this work explores the “so-called” mutual-lifting of the 1054 A.D. anathemas “revoked” by Paul VI and Athenagoras I, in 1965. In addition, it exposes the hypocrisies of so-called Traditionalist(s) in the Orthodox and Catholic movements in regards to Intercommunion. Running 290 pages with over 100 photos with fully-documented quotes and an Index, “Communicatio in Sacris,” is sure to be a monumental-work of historic and relative importance for Catholics, Scholars, Theologians and Laymen in the 21st century in understanding—an ancient and forgotten teaching and condemnation.< Less