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From Ecône to Rome: Leaving the SSPX Without Saying "Schism" By Jacob Michael
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The story of how one Catholic came to be involved with the Society of St. Pius X, and the reasons why he eventually left. Presents a sympathetic look at the plight of Traditionalist Catholics, as... More > well as other essays on Traditionalist "hot topics."< Less
From Ecône to Rome: Leaving the SSPX Without Saying "Schism" By Jacob Michael
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The story of how one Catholic came to be involved with the Society of St. Pius X, and the reasons why he eventually left. Presents a sympathetic look at the plight of Traditionalist Catholics, as... More > well as other essays on Traditionalist "hot topics."< Less
The Spiritual Life PBK By Marcel Lefebvre
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In a way, this book is a catechism of the interior life. It begins with the description of truths to be believed, continues by indicating the path to take in order to answer our vocation as baptized... More > Catholics, and ends with a presentation of the means of sanctification.< Less
The Sunday Mass Obligation By R. Paul Beach
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A survey of the obligation encumbent upon Catholics to participate in the Sunday celebration of the Eucharist. This work traces the development of the Sunday obligation from apostolic times to the... More > present day, focusing on what is necessary to fulfill the obligation according to Catholic Canon Law. Included is a treatise on whether the obligation can be satisfied by participating at Masses celebrated by members of the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX). This work is comprised of the thesis partially fulfilling the requirement for the degree Licentiate in Canon Law from the Catholic University of America by the Reverend R. Paul Beach, a priest of the Archdiocese of Louisville, KY.< Less
The Sunday Mass Obligation By R. Paul Beach
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A survey of the obligation encumbent upon Catholics to participate in the Sunday celebration of the Eucharist. This work traces the development of the Sunday obligation from apostolic times to the... More > present day, focusing on what is necessary to fulfill the obligation according to Catholic Canon Law. Included is a treatise on whether the obligation can be satisfied by participating at Masses celebrated by members of the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX). This work is comprised of the thesis partially fulfilling the requirement for the degree Licentiate in Canon Law from the Catholic University of America by the Reverend R. Paul Beach, a priest of the Archdiocese of Louisville, KY.< 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
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
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