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Jorge Mario Bergoglio as Pope Francis in Rome By Anna De Simone
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13 March 2013 Annuntio vobis gaudium magnum; habemus Papam: Eminentissimum ac Reverendissimum Dominum, Dominum Georgium Marium Sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae Cardinalem Bergoglio qui sibi nomen imposuit... More > Franciscum Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina was elected pope on March 13, 2013, at the age of 76. The 266th pontiff of the Roman Catholic Church, he is the first Jesuit and the first to take the name Francis. He is also the first non-European leader of the church in more than 1, 200 years.< Less
Padre Candido Amantini, CP: Rome's Exorcist By Antonio Coluccia & Andrea Maniglia
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This is an English translation of a brief biography of Servant of God Father Candido Amantini, C.P., a Passionist priest, exorcist, and beloved spiritual father. He lived from 1914-1992 and received... More > people at the Church of the Scala Santa (Holy Staircase) in Rome, Italy. He was the teacher of Fr. Gabriele Amorth. Padre Candido is loved by many people. Every day, at the Scala Santa in Rome, his 'friends' come to pray for his intercession by his tomb. His cause for beatification and canonization has been opened. All proceeds from the sale of this publication go directly to printing prayer cards and other materials about Padre Candido.< Less
The Three Cities Trilogy: Lourdes, Rome, Paris By Émile Zola
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Trilogy of the Three Cities (1894-1898), which he began with "Lourdes" and continued with "Rome" and finished with "Paris"; and thus the adventures and experiences of... More > Abbe Pierre Froment, the doubting Catholic priest who failed to find faith at the miraculous grotto by the Cave, and hope amidst the crumbling theocracy of the Vatican, are here brought to what, from M. Zola's point of view, is their logical conclusion. From the first pages of "Lourdes," many readers will have divined that Abbe Froment was bound to finish as he does, for, frankly, no other finish was possible from a writer of M. Zola's opinions. Taking the Trilogy as a whole, one will find that it is essentially symbolical. Abbe Froment is Man, and his struggles are the struggles between Religion, as personified by the Roman Catholic Church, on the one hand, and Reason and Life on the other. In the Abbe's case the victory ultimately rests with the latter.< Less
The Beehive of the Romish Church By Philip of Marnix Lord of St. Aldegonde
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This biting satire and brilliant apologetic from the Reformation entertains and educates as it exposes the follies and vices of Roman Catholicism. The book shared popularity with Erasmus' Praise of... More > Folly as the two most popular books among the Protestants of the sixteenth century. A skillful diplomat and theologian, Marnix submits all the peculiar dogmas, and the whole policy of the Roman Catholic Church, to the most subtle criticism, taking himself as a defender. The biographer of Marnix, Edgar Quinet, states: "No one can read Marnix to the end and believe any longer in Catholic dogma. It will become for him as the site of a church that has been demolished and abandoned to the whistling and laughter of the winds; a final form of paganism exposed in all its nakedness; the scatterd remains of another Diana of the Ephesians; and above these ruins the conscience of modern humanity, courageously seeking, examining and tracing for itself a return to God and Liberty through the Gospel." < Less
The Beehive of the Romish Church By Philip of Marnix Lord of St. Aldegonde
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This biting satire and brilliant apologetic from the Reformation entertains and educates as it exposes the follies and vices of Roman Catholicism. The book shared popularity with Erasmus' Praise of... More > Folly as the two most popular books among the Protestants of the sixteenth century. A skillful diplomat and theologian, Marnix submits all the peculiar dogmas, and the whole policy of the Roman Catholic Church, to the most subtle criticism, taking himself as a defender. The biographer of Marnix, Edgar Quinet, states: "No one can read Marnix to the end and believe any longer in Catholic dogma. It will become for him as the site of a church that has been demolished and abandoned to the whistling and laughter of the winds; a final form of paganism exposed in all its nakedness; the scatterd remains of another Diana of the Ephesians; and above these ruins the conscience of modern humanity, courageously seeking, examining and tracing for itself a return to God and Liberty through the Gospel."< Less
Britain & The Early Church By Abba Seraphim
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The early history of Christianity in Britain is rich in legend but the written sources are sparse. Using archaeological, liturgical and reliable historical texts Abba Seraphim examines Britain's... More > place in the Early Church, and its connections with both Rome and the apostolic churches of the East, to show that despite its remoteness, its contribution to mission, art and culture was considerable.< Less
Heresies Of The Catholic Church By Aaron Judge
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A history of lies, and Murder. From the torture and executions carried out by Rome against true Christian Bible Believers, to the multiple attempts of trying to boycott and destroy Gods word the King... More > James Bible. Creating wars and chaos. oppressing those who truly believe what the Holy Bible says. Groups of military assassins guised as a religious brotherhood. The Jesuits are behind acting out many if not all of the attacks against the King James Bible. Why would an organisation claiming to be Christian have such a devilish hatred for the true written word of God.< Less
Church Music of Perez & Jommelli By Dottori
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This is a study of the church music by Davide Perez and Niccolò Jommelli and of how their styles evolved in relation to social and aesthetic influences. Both Neapolitans, they were amongst the... More > most eminent composers in eighteenth-century Europe. In many aspects their lives followed a parallel progress, interweaving with persons and institutions in Naples, Rome, Vienna, Venice, and Lisbon. Jommelli has always had a place in the histories of music as a reformer of opera seria. Perez however—a musician who after one of the brightest careers in mid-century operatic Italy, dedicated himself for his last twenty-three years almost exclusively to church music—was unjustifiably almost completely forgotten. The second part has to do with the funeral music. This comprises the Office and Masses of the Dead, and the Triduum offices, which is very similar to the former. Their music—which presents the Christian hope for personal immortality in a very sentimental and melancholic mood — is quoted extensively.< Less
First Baptist Church, 1985-2010 By Judson Moss
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The 4th installment of the History of the First Baptist Church of Rome, Georgia. This installment covers the years 1985 - 2010.
King Henry VIII - a Marriage broken, a Church divided By Jason Coussaert
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On 28 June 1491 a prince was born at the English Court. Seventeen years later, he enherited the throne from his father, a man who made England a rich and powerful state during his rule, and for... More > nearly forty years he would go by the name Henry VIII, king of England. But Henry's reign was not one of peace and tranquility. He shook the very foundations of the English state. During the next few hours you will read a story unlike any other. One of love and lies, of friendship and betrayal, of loyalty and deceit.< Less

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