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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
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