MISCELLANEOUS RELIGIOUS ARTICLES
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An extract from the first issue of the new publication, "Catholic Order",
a journal dedicated to the social kingship of Jesus Christ published in
England. The file includes an Editorial by James Eyre and the article
"The Alms-Less Catholic" by Patrick Moffat. Written in a Redemptorist
style, the latter article encourages us to be "hot" and not "lukewarm"
Catholics. (Subscription information is included in the file.)
Brief article by Robert Bergin, editor of FATIMA INTERNATIONAL, on
the need for capital punishment. A partial rebuttal to John Paul II's
"Gospel of Life". (NOTE: Mr. Bergin died May 31, 1996, near Fatima,
Portugal, at the age of 81 years. Please remember him in your prayers.)
Article by Fr. Anthony Cekada on "The Validity of the Thuc
Consecrations". Explains in easy-to-understand terms why they are valid.
Includes an addendum to the original article which provides additional
evidence of Apb. Thuc's cogent mental condition. Also included (at the
end) is a listing of articles on a variety of topics of interest to
traditional Catholics by Fr. Cekada. New articles by Fr. Cekada often are
printed in the St. Gertrude the Great Newsletter, available for free by
request to St. Gertrude the Great Roman Catholic Church, 11144 Reading
Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45241 (telephone: 513-769-5211).
Death Blows to V2 (1979)
Deadly serious criticisms of Vatican II written in a semi-humorous
Article entitled "Where Are the Catholics?" by Charles Peter Goodwin
(1918-1994), formerly of Frederick, MD, an exemplary Catholic with great
devotion to the Blessed Mother, who died after nearly 8 years of being
agonizingly bed-ridden. Please remember him in your prayers.
Become the Seat of the Antichrist?
An excellent Liber
Accusationis of the whole post-Vatican II scene by Br. Michael Dimond,
O.S.B. Contains numerous comparisions between the heretical and
scandalous teachings and actions of the post-Conciliar "popes" with
orthodox teachings of the saints and pre-Conciliar popes.
Extracts from Church of the Word
Topics addressed are: "The Sole Remedy for a Bad Pope: A Text of Cajetan's
on Prayer" and "Loss of the Pontificate".
1985 open letter to the pope by Rev. Emmanual de Traveux. Lists many of
the early scandalous actions of John Paul II. A mini "Liber Accusationis"!
By Rama Coomaraswamy. Discusses certain erroneous notions about the
papacy and the magisterium held by both conservative Conciliarists and
many traditional Catholics.
A lengthy article (over 200K uncompressed, with 136 footnotes) on "The
Cassiciacum Thesis" by Fr. Bernard Lucien, translated by Rama
Coomaraswamy, M.D. This Thesis deals with the idea that the post-Vatican
II "popes" (particularly Paul VI and John Paul II), even while being
heretical, can nevertheless be "material" popes and maintain the
hierarchial structure within the Catholic Church, even though in reality
they are not members of it.
The humor of Padre Pio as related in one of the current publications
devoted to his memory.
Some reflections on prayer by Pope Pius XII taken from the book, "THE
POPE SPEAKS" by Michael Chinigo (1957).
The Program of John Paul II
1980 booklet by Wigand Siebel of Germany (author of the 1978 book, "Catholic or Conciliar? - The
Crisis in the Church Today"), with an excellent foreward by Leonard Latkovski.
Edited by Rev. James F. Wathen of "The Great Sacrilege" fame. It is an
analysis of John Paul II's first encyclical, Redemptor
Hominis. This work was sponsored by and is dedicated to the memory
of Norbert L. Behrendt (1917-1980), formerly of Highland, MD.
Smoke of the Antichrist
1983 booklet entitled The Smoke of the Antichrist by Rev. J. Vida
Elmer, founder of St. Michael's Chapel, Glenmont, New York. It deals
generally with common notions about the Antichrist in light of the current
crisis within the Catholic Church.
Four chapters from the book THE NEW MONTINIAN CHURCH by Fr. Joaquin
Saenz y Arriga (1971), including "My Conviction About Pope Montini", "The
Plot Against the Church", "Paul VI's Programs Earn Alliance with Communist
Countries" and "The World Conference ... A Message on Religion and Peace".
Fr. Saenz coined the term "sedevacantism" and was "excommunicated" by Paul
1995 (updated April, 1996) pamphlet by Patricia Marris of England entitled
"Simple Truths About Salvation". It is an excellent brief summary of the
current crisis in the Catholic Church. Highly recommended by VERITAS
and this Web page sponsor.