Traditional Catholic On-Line Library

Books:

The Resurrection of the Roman Catholic Church
- - A Guide to the traditional Catholic movement

Far from being schismatic or heretical or divisive, the traditional Catholic movement is nothing less than the future of the Roman Catholic Church. While the once-Catholic parishes worldwide continue to decline in attendance and sanctity as they "progress" in implementing the "reforms" mandated "in the spirit of Vatican II," the Catholic Church, that is to say, the REAL Catholic Church, quietly continues Her march towards greater holiness and sanctity, with a future more bright than ever before. This book, the fruit of seven year's research and prayerful meditation, provides substantial answers for real Catholics who have had their parishes taken from them and gradually destroyed by changes which their gut feelings have told them simply can't be right.

THE RESURRECTION OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
- - A Guide to the traditional Catholic movement

Author, Copyright notice, Imprimatur, Dedication, Acknowledgments
PREFACE
INTRODUCTION
Chapter One: HOW TO IDENTIFY THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
Chapter Two: WHAT THE BIBLE HAS TO SAY ABOUT THE CURRENT CRISIS
Chapter Three: THE JURIDICAL IMPACT OF THE SECOND VATICAN COUNCIL, OR
HOW THE HIERARCHY LOST CONTROL

Chapter Four: THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH VERSUS THE PEOPLE OF GOD
Chapter Five: OLD CATHOLICS, EAST ORTHODOX, AND THE SPECTRE OF DISSENT
Chapter Six: THE BEGINNINGS OF TODAY'S STAND FOR THE FAITH
Chapter Seven: THE ADVANCE OF MARCEL LEFEBVRE AND THE SSPX
Chapter Eight: THE BISHOPS OF PIERRE MARTIN NGÔ ĐÌNH THỤC
Chapter Nine: THE ADVANCE OF THE SEDEVACANTISTS
Chapter Ten: THE BISHOPS OF MARCEL LEFEBVRE AND ANTONIO DE CASTRO MAYER
Chapter Eleven: THE ADVANCE OF THE INDULT PRIESTS AND THE FSSP
Chapter Twelve: CONCLUSION - WE BELONG TO ROME, AND ROME IS OURS
EPILOGUE
Appendix A: THE POPE CONDEMNS VATICAN II
Appendix B: QUESTIONS AND OBJECTIONS
Appendix C: MORE QUESTIONS AND OBJECTIONS
GLOSSARY
BIBLIOGRAPHY

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MISSA TRIDENTINA
- - The Reform of the Roman Mass Liturgy in the Sixteenth Century

This work is dedicated to the faithful remnant of Bishops and Priests who have confessed the Catholic Faith in the face of heresy and who have suffered moral persecution for the Mass of their Ordination. (Author's note: This work is based on a Licentiate thesis presented to Fribourg University in 1990. The HTML version is no longer available, but the PDF version with footnotes can be downloaded instead. Any further questions may be sent to the author. Please do not copy or plagiarise this work without permission.)

MISSA TRIDENTINA
- - The Reform of the Roman Mass Liturgy in the Sixteenth Century

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Solving the Modernist Crisis of the Church

A short devotional which helps the reader to learn the nature of the current situation, and how to fix it, what spirituality is required. A far quicker read than the Resurrection book (the history and biography is removed), this book will show in the most simple and direct terms what precisely is going on, and how we can know that for sure.

SOLVING THE MODERNIST CRISIS OF THE CHURCH

Chapter One: PASSION
Chapter Two: CONFUSION
Chapter Three: OBSERVATIONS
Chapter Four: RESEARCH (Under Construction)
Chapter Five: CLUES (Under Construction)
Chapter Six: FINDINGS (Under Construction)
Chapter Seven: CLARITY (Under Construction)
Chapter Eight: DIRECTION (Under Construction)

Open Letter to Confused Catholics

Archbishop Lefebvre's brilliant introduction to the problems which beset the Church in these confusing times, a classic and a superp work!

Open Letter to Confused Catholics - Index
Preface
1. Why are Catholics Confused?
2. "They Are Changing Our Religion!"
3. What They are Doing to the Mass?
4. The Mass of All Times versus the Mass of Our Time.
5. "You're a Dinosaur!"
6. The New Forms of Baptism, Marriage, Penance and Extreme Unction.
7. The New Priests
8. The New Catechisms
9. The New Theology
10. Ecumenism
11. Religious Liberty
12. Comrades and Fellow-Travellers
13. Religious Liberty, Collegial Equality, Ecumenical Fraternity
14. "Vatican II is the French Revolution in the Church."
15. The Marriage of the Church and the Revolution
16. Neo-modernism or the Undermining of the Faith
17. What is Tradition?
18. True and False Obedience
19. The Ecône Seminary and Rome
20. The Mass of All Time
21. Neither a Heretic nor a Schismatic
22. What Families Can Do.
23. Building Up Verses Pulling Down.

Articles:

My own articles come in two basic catagories, namely those which serve as apologetics for the traditional Catholic Faith (or of traditional Catholics themselves) against specific attacks, and those which comprise other spiritual topics discussed in the context of the Legion of Mary.

Traditionalist Apologetics
A Response to Karl Keating's article Habemus Papam, Part One
A Response to Karl Keating's article Habemus Papam, Part Two
A Response to "Fr." Przedwiecki, In Defense of the Pope
A Response to Karl Keating's dragnet criticism of the SSPX
"Schism" Versus Tradition - A Response to Mr. Greydanus
Well, I Can Tell Stories, Too! - A Response to an allegory derisive of the SSPX
There, but for the Grace of God, Go I - A Warning about the real Enemies of the Faith
Excerpt from a letter to a Philippine Mayor Regarding the Latin Mass
A Quick Picture to See Where the Church Is Today
A Review of the "What We Have Lost..." Video
How Old is Your Church? (Revised)
Is Sedevacantism the Right Approach?
So Here It Is; Here Is What Happened
The Visible Unity of the Church
If Thou Desert My People I Shall Go To Rome To Be Crucified A Second Time

Traditional Catholicism and Science
Geocentrism versus Heliocentrism
If I Lack Tact - Darwinian Evolution and Faith

Legion of Mary
My Life and the Eucharist - A Legion of Mary Patrician Society Talk
The Need for Catholic Apologetics - A Legion of Mary Patrician Society Talk
Balance of the Virtues - A Legion of Mary Patrician Society Talk
Can We Pray For Our Enemies? - A Legion of Mary Patrician Society Talk
On Meditation - A Legion of Mary Patrician Society Talk
Purity, and the Grace to see God - A Legion of Mary Patrician Society Talk
SAMARITAN! - A Legion of Mary Patrician Society Talk
The Communion of Saints - A Legion of Mary Patrician Society Talk
Remembering P. C. Morantte - A Legion of Mary Patrician Society Talk
On the Future of the Legion - An Address to the Legion
What Would YOU Do - An Address to my Fellow Legionaries of Mary

These articles by various other traditional Catholic writers, represent a fairly broad band of positions, and yet are pertinent to all traditional Catholics.

Outline of Episcopi Vagantes by Terry Boyle
The Case of Fr. Leonard Feeney
The Declaration of Archbishop Lefebvre
Questions and Answers on the Society of St. Pius X
ONE YEAR AFTER THE CONSECRATIONS---An Interview With Archbishop Lefebvre.
The Campos Profession of Faith
Is the Charismatic Movement truly Catholic?
SANCTE PETRE... QUO VADIS? QUID FACIS?
Bishop Lazo's Declaration of Faith
Medjugorje -- A False Apparition
When and Why I returned to the Old Mass by Gerry Matatics
Sedevacantism versus the Society by Bp. Richard Williamson
A "Catholic" Charismatic Extravaganza
LAISSER FAIRE CATHOLICISM by Dr. Rama Coomeraswamy
Questioning the Validity of the Masses using the new, all-English Canon by Patrick Omlor
Be Thou Peter by Fr. Gommar A. DePauw, J.C.D.
OPPOSITION OF PROPOSITIONS by Bp. Vezelis
Tribute to Fr. Schell by Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey
A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE MISSALS by David Joyce
The Ottaviani Intervention (Lex Orandi, Lex Credendi translation)
The Case for the Latin Mass by Dietrich von Hildebrand
25 Reasons why I do not attend the Novus Ordo Mass
John XXIII Mass Changes
Corona Spinarum - A Biography and of Archbishop Thuc by Rev Terence R. Fulham I.H.M.
Where is the Church? by Most Reverend Daniel L. Dolan and Benjamin Frederick Dryden
Why the Traditional Latin Mass? by Rev Anthony Cekada
TRADITIONALISTS, INFALLIBILITY AND THE POPE by Father Anthony Cekada
CANON LAW & COMMON SENSE by Rev. Anthony Cekada
THE VALIDITY OF THE THUC CONSECRATIONS by Rev. Anthony Cekada
THE OTTAVIANI INTERVENTION (Rev. Cekada translation)
Home Alone? by Father Anthony Cekada
A Question of Authority by Rev. Anthony Cekada
IS SEDEVACANTISM POPE-SIFTING? by Rev. Anthony Cekada
RESISTANCE AND INDEFECTIBILITY by Rev. Donald Sanborn
BICKERING PRIESTS by Father Donald J. Sanborn
The Crux of the Matter by Rev. Donald J. Sanborn
THE MOUNTAINS OF GELBOE by Father Donald J. Sanborn
THE FIRST STONE by Rev. Anthony Cekada
MOUNT SAINT MICHAEL - A SYSTEMATIC STUDY by Father Daniel B. Ahern
The Material Papacy by Rev Donald J. Sanborn
THE "MAGISTERIUM" OF VATICAN II by Father Curzio Nitoglia
An Open Letter to Mr. Gerry Wells in Defense of Gerry Matatics
What Ever Happened to the Counterrevolution? by Michael J. Matt
A Violation of Natural Justice by Michael Davies
The Principle of Intrinsic Cessation of Ecclesiastical Law by Cardinal Amleto Cicognani
The Great Schism of the West
101 Heresies of Anti-Pope John Paul II by Patrick John Pollock
Appeal for an Ex-Cathedra Judgment on Vatican II by Toni des FrÍsnes
SEDEVACANTISM by Bishop Mark A. Pivarunas
The Validity of Confessions and Marriages in the chapels of the Society of St. Pius X
XXV Anniversary 1970-1995 of the SSPX - A family diary...
Catholic or Protestant - What is the Real Difference?
A STATEMENT OF PRINCIPLES IN A TIME OF CRISIS by the priests of the SSPV
Interviews with the SSPX Bishops
The Church's Theological Notes or Qualifications (John Daly translation)
St Thomas Aquinas's position on the Immaculate Conception by John Lane
Thoughtless Anti-Sedevacantism by John Lane
Refuting Some Erroneous Interpretations of the Bull Execrabilis by Patrick Omlor
Pope-Sifting Revisited - Rebuttal to "Is Sedevacantism Pope-Sifting?" by Laszlo Szijarto
The Legion of Mary in the Church of Today by Msgr. Falls
Indulgences - Are They Still Important? by Msgr. Falls
77 Graces
Official Directory of Traditional Latin Masses

Note: It is my deep desire than the books and articles of other traditional writers, particularly those whose writings are referenced in the Resurrection book, should also be made available on-line with the help of this site. Authors may either 1) provide me with an electronic (ASCII text) copy of their work, together with an approval notice permitting me to place their work on my Website, or 2) provide me with direct links to any other place on the Web where they may choose to provide the text of their work on-line. If approved for inclusion on or linkage from this Website, there is no charge for this service which provides further exposure for their work, only that, in the case of the first I am not obliged to pay a royalty to put their book on my site, nor that there would be any term limit on its use. If a work is placed on my Website, I reserve the right to accept or decline any revisions the author may choose to make at a later time.


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