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Debunking Sedevacantism? By Steven Speray
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Think you can debunk sedevacantism? This book answers all the common objections to the Catholic position. Includes: The Vatican I argument of perpetual successors, The Gates of Hell... More > argument, Can't have a future pope argument, Material vs formal heretic argument, Can't judge the Holy See argument, Private judgment argument, and many more. Taken from my book "The Greatest Conspiracy Ever."< Less
The Greatest Conspiracy Ever By Steven Speray
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SECOND EDITION: This writing provides a devastating look into the recent events of Catholic Church history. A thorough explanation and defense is given for the sede vacant position. Includes 33... More > answers to the most common objections to sedevacantism and a detailed expose of the particular heresies of the Vatican 2 Church in contrast to the historic Catholic Faith. Indisputable evidence that Rome has lost the Catholic Faith...and that's no theory!< Less
The Greatest Conspiracy Ever By Steven Speray
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SECOND EDITION: This writing provides a devastating look into the recent events of Catholic Church history. A thorough explanation and defense is given for the sede vacant position. Includes 33... More > answers to the most common objections to sedevacantism and a detailed expose of the particular heresies of the Vatican 2 Church in contrast to the historic Catholic Faith. Indisputable evidence that Rome has lost the Catholic Faith...and that's no theory!< Less
In Defense of the Taylor Line By Paul Davidson
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For those who doubt the validity or priests and bishops of the Bp. Patrick Taylor line, this book sets forth arguments in favor of the validity. While less than ideal, you will be convinced of their... More > validity at least.< Less
Why Pope Pius XII was a Valid Pope By Paul Davidson
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Some sedevacantists reject the changes of our last true Pope, which is a dangerous attitude. This booklet lays down the arguments in defense of the changes Pope Pius XII made, as well as the proper... More > attitude a Catholic should have toward the Pope.< 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
Latitudinarian Maxims The Divine Law on Catholic Communication in Religion with Non-Catholics Contrasting the Past with the Present By Steven Speray
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Today, Rome makes the claim that Vatican II introduced no reversal of doctrine and no discontinuity with the past. In fact, in 2007 we were told by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith... More > (CDF), quoting Paul VI on the changes of the council: “What Christ willed, we also will. What was, still is. What the Church has taught down through the centuries, we also teach.” The scope of this study examines the accuracy and truthfulness of this statement given by Paul VI and the CDF based on numerous teachings and practices of the Catholic Church prior to the council. This study focuses on the Divine law particularly and will be divided into two parts beginning with forgotten principles spelled out in writing taken by Bishop George Hay. Also provided are numerous traditional teachings of the Church then contrasting them with the Vatican II popes.< 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
Mass Movements By Dave Armstrong
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This volume consists of essays on 1) the distinction between the extreme radical Catholic reactionaries and mainstream “traditionalists,” 2) the New (Pauline, Novus Ordo) Mass and its... More > liturgical abuses, and 3) genuine, orthodox (not silly liberal) ecumenism. Radical Catholic reactionaries have been misled by various errors of the nature of what is called "rigorism". This recurring problem throughout Church history is seen in groups such as the Donatists, Montanists, Jansenists, and the Old Catholics who left the Church after Vatican I (1870): an error of thinking and out-of-whack perspective; an inability or unwillingness to think with the Mind of the Church, and a lack of charity. I love traditional Catholic worship, and the Tridentine Latin Mass, and have much affinity with "traditionalists." That’s not what this book critiques. Rather, it criticizes fringe views that seek to “bash” the New Mass as profoundly “inauthentic” and inferior Catholic worship, and to dismiss Vatican II and true ecumenism.< Less