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Is the New Mass of Pope Paul VI Invalid? By Adam S. Miller
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An indepth examination, critique, and refutation of arguments put forth by radical Catholic traditionalists who doubt or deny the validity of the New Rite of Mass promulgated by Pope Paul VI. Many... More > Catholics have become confused as a result of such arguments. Miller addresses the matters concerning sufficiency vs. efficacy, and the new consecration form with the words "for all" in place of the traditional "for many." Using both logic and authoritative Church documents, Miller brings clarity back to the forefront of this often confusing and divisive issue.< Less
Is the New Mass of Pope Paul VI Invalid? By Adam S. Miller
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An indepth examination, critique, and refutation of arguments put forth by radical Catholic traditionalists who doubt or deny the validity of the New Rite of Mass promulgated by Pope Paul VI. Many... More > Catholics have become confused as a result of such arguments. Miller addresses the matters concerning sufficiency vs. efficacy, and the new consecration form with the words "for all" in place of the traditional "for many." Using both logic and authoritative Church documents, Miller brings clarity back to the forefront of this often confusing and divisive issue.< Less
September's Pope By Karyn Fry
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A fictional account of the 33-day papacy of Albino Luciani, Pope John Paul I, with a surprising twist.
September's Pope By Karyn Fry
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Paul VI’s death calls the College of Cardinals to Rome, in the late summer of 1978. Among them is Albino Cardinal Luciani, Patriarch of Venice; a humble man with no aspirations to the Papacy.... More > As the Conclave progresses, Luciani is shocked to realize that the Cardinals have set their sights on him. Putting his faith in the Lord’s decision and in the promise of help offered by the Curial Cardinals, he accepts the nomination and takes the name John Paul I. As Pope he brings a simplicity and humanity to the post which is too much for the members of the Curia, who criticize his every word, but never come forward with the help they had promised. Over-worked and frustrated, he confides in his friend, Sister Vincenza. She in turn tries to comfort him and give him faith in his ability to deal with it all. Buoyed by her confidence, he makes a valiant attempt to move forward—all for naught, as the Vatican staff block every move. Tiring of the constant battle of wills, Luciani conceives a plan to free himself.< Less
Revolution or Rebellion? American Catholics And The Second Vatican Council By Stephanie Matyszczyk
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Around the world, American Catholics are considered "different" from Catholics everywhere else. The question is, why is that so? While the American Catholic Church embodies the same beliefs... More > and traditions as the Catholic church elsewhere, which beliefs and how American Catholics embrace these beliefs is what makes the Church in America different from the Church elsewhere. What caused American Catholics to pick and choose is tied up in both Church, political, and cultural changes which took place in the 1960s, just how these reforms would change the face of the American Catholic Church, was something that no one was able to predict.< Less
Revolution or Rebellion? American Catholics And The Second Vatican Council By Stephanie Matyszczyk
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Around the world, American Catholics are considered "different" from Catholics everywhere else. The question is, why is that so? While the American Catholic Church embodies the same beliefs... More > and traditions as the Catholic church elsewhere, which beliefs and how American Catholics embrace these beliefs is what makes the Church in America different from the Church elsewhere. What caused American Catholics to pick and choose is tied up in both Church, political, and cultural changes which took place in the 1960s, just how these reforms would change the face of the American Catholic Church, was something that no one was able to predict.< Less
Reflections on Radical Catholic Reactionaries By Dave Armstrong
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I have sought to analyze (minus proper names, a la Trent) the premises, presuppositions, logical and ecclesiological “bottom lines” and (in a word), the spirit of a false and divisive... More > radical Catholic reactionary strain of thought held by a distinctive and tiny sub-group of Catholics. The term “traditionalism” has been co-opted by groups and schools of thought within Catholicism that vary quite widely. It's similar to the love and adoption of the word “Christian” by many sects that are not Christian at all (since they deny the Holy Trinity or the divinity of Jesus Christ). Apologists and other observers need to differentiate groups that are using the same name, for purposes of identification and critique, and to prevent misunderstandings as to exactly what we are contending against as error. The book doesn't oppose the Tridentine Mass, or traditional liturgical practice and devotion (nor traditional morality and catechesis), but rather, far more radical ideas held by some Catholics.< Less
Reflections on Radical Catholic Reactionaries By Dave Armstrong
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I have sought to analyze (minus proper names, a la Trent) the premises, presuppositions, logical and ecclesiological “bottom lines” and (in a word), the spirit of a false and divisive... More > radical Catholic reactionary strain of thought held by a distinctive and tiny sub-group of Catholics. The term “traditionalism” has been co-opted by groups and schools of thought within Catholicism that vary quite widely. It's similar to the love and adoption of the word “Christian” by many sects that are not Christian at all (since they deny the Holy Trinity or the divinity of Jesus Christ). Apologists and other observers need to differentiate groups that are using the same name, for purposes of identification and critique, and to prevent misunderstandings as to exactly what we are contending against as error. The book doesn't oppose the Tridentine Mass, or traditional liturgical practice and devotion (nor traditional morality and catechesis), but rather, far more radical ideas held by some Catholics.< Less
Virgin Mary's Bayside Prophecies, Vol. 5, 1978-1979 By Veronica Leuken
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These are the messages from God the Father in Heaven given by the Blessed Mother to Veronica Lueken for the world. Our Lady warns us that devils will disguise themselves as angels of light to... More > mislead the faithful. We are further warned that the forces of the anti-Christ have infiltrated the Vatican.(p177,245) Our Lady exhorts us to have courage in the days ahead as we will face many challenges and trials. The governments of the world have been deluded by satan. We are warned that euthanasia is murder and will be punished as such. Our Lady tells us to pray for the Pope because he is under much trial and temptation. Parents are commanded to remove rock music and anything that has to do with witchcraft from their homes. Parents are called upon to discipline their children to save their souls from hell. Our Lady’s reveals that America is more sinful than either Sodom or Gomorrah and will be punished accordingly. There is a plan being put into action to create a one world church.< Less
Reflections on Radical Catholic Reactionaries By Dave Armstrong
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I have sought to analyze (minus proper names, a la Trent) the premises, presuppositions, logical and ecclesiological “bottom lines” and (in a word), the spirit of a false and divisive... More > radical Catholic reactionary strain of thought held by a distinctive and tiny sub-group of Catholics. The term “traditionalism” has been co-opted by groups and schools of thought within Catholicism that vary quite widely. It's similar to the love and adoption of the word “Christian” by many sects that are not Christian at all (since they deny the Holy Trinity or the divinity of Jesus Christ). Apologists and other observers need to differentiate groups that are using the same name, for purposes of identification and critique, and to prevent misunderstandings as to exactly what we are contending against as error. The book doesn't oppose the Tridentine Mass, or traditional liturgical practice and devotion (nor traditional morality and catechesis), but rather, far more radical ideas held by some Catholics.< Less