Communicatio in Sacris
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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 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.
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Oct 15, 2009"Shocking new book!" I was curious when this title came out and very surprised, it seems like an untouched subject in the Church today. I was a little shy at first to purchase this title for I was unaware of the quality of books LULU provided being that it is mostly self-published by unknown authors. However, I was sent an email about this book and so after a little deliberation I decided to buy. Happy? Extremely! This book is a goldmine of rich tradition and historical Dogmas of the Roman Catholic Church and why the "Church" has constantly forbidden Catholics to pray "with" non-Catholics. And certainly, the CMRI, SSPX, MHFM, SBC are "not" Catholic! Also, the book points out the inconsistent "errors" of the CMRI, SSPX, SSPV, MHFM, SBC and many others. It also attacks the "Most Holy Family Monastery" and Bros. Michael and Peter Dimond, as being Heretical and scandalous - a must read! And, I was totally unaware that Br.... More > Andre Marie of the Saint Benedict Center In New Hampshire said that a "Freemason" could become pope. In addition, the book says that Br. Andre Marie is "really" a Deacon and received the diaconate at the hands of Bishop Fulham (of Flordia) who actually was consecrated in the Brazilian Schismatic "Carlos Durate Costa" Line. I was unaware Bishop Costa was a Bishop "excommunicated" by Pope Pius XII back in 1945. And, that Br. Andre was ordained a deacon in a "Schismatic Line." Funny, why does Br. Andre not call himself a Deacon -- does he not push an extreme doctrine of "Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus"? And then, receives Sacraments "Outside" the Church and Benedict XVI? Mr. DeTucci provides all the documentation, that is, when and where these people say these things. Furthermore, the book has beautiful photos of the Saints and Popes, I counted them to be over 100. Another part of the book deals with the Russian Orthodox Church and how it was invloved with the KGB -- what a shocker! The book has rare quotes and some translated (facing pages) of the Latin/English texts. I was reading this book hoping it would not end. I tried to contact the author but no reply back yet. I realize things are not perfect and the Church is being rent by Heretics on all sides. But the conclusive information in this work is timley and compelling. I was a little wary of the book but as I read I seen more and more the truth revealed. The book also states that the late Abp. Lefebvre and Bishop Mayer were Heretics for rejecting John Paul II. Another section gets into the details of the Sedevacantist Chapels calling them Schismatical and Heretical. I think I read in the book about how Bishop Henneberry in Flordia was guilty or at least suspect of immorality along with Bishop Jason Spadafore. Another part of the book condemns Deacon Mark A. Pivarunas as a Heretic for allowing people to go and receive "Communion" in the Chapels of the SSPX, yet is SedeVacantist. Funny, the SEDEVACANTIST schismatics hold that the SSPX chapels are heretical but it is ok to receive "communion" in extreme necessity at the hands of the SSPX - is that "not" a contradicition? "One says he is not pope (Benedict XVI), the other says he is, and yet, they (SEDEVACANTISTS -- SSPX) Intercommunion with each other." There are a few comedy parts in there too, like Br. Michael Dimond: "Once a Catholic always a Catholic...because he can go to confession." That one was funny! Nonetheless, I recommend this book. It is harsh but has so much in the way of rare photos, documents and really shakesdown these groups and sects and displays their true colors! A must Winter read! In Christ, Sasha M.< Less
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- William J. DeTucci (Standard Copyright License)
- William J. DeTucci
- November 23, 2009
- Perfect-bound Paperback
- Interior Ink
- Black & white
- 1.09 lbs.
- Dimensions (inches)
- 6 wide x 9 tall
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