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Pius XII: On Christians More In Name Than In Fact

CP&S comment: The teachings of the Catholic Church, from the time of the Apostles down to our day and beyond, form the unchanging bulwarks of the Faith. In this meditation taken from an Encyclical that Ven. Pius XII wrote on … Continue reading

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POPE PIUS XII – and the character assassination by those who really were Hitler’s allies

We thank our loyal reader and commentator, who goes under the name Crow here, for this enlightening article on the evil machinations of the communists to blacken the name of this “good and holy man”. The article was first published … Continue reading

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Pius XII: “Disturbances, riots and revolts are organized and fomented” by Atheism, when Religion is taken away.

“That which seems to Us not only the greatest evil but the root of all evil is this: often the lie is substituted for the truth, and is then used as an instrument of dispute. On the part of not … Continue reading

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“The Bible teaches us how to go to heaven, not how the heavens go”

From Fr George W. Rutler’s ‘Weekly Column’ To have known Father Stanley Jaki for more than twenty years was a privilege and a challenge. The privilege was to count as friend and mentor this Benedictine cited by many as one … Continue reading

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May 13, 1917, Mary’s Promise

One hundred and two years and counting … ”You are going to suffer a great deal, but the grace of God will be your comfort.” Our Lady’s words to Lúcia, Francisco and Jacinta echo down the long years of this … Continue reading

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Pope Pius XII and Fatima

‘Suppose, dear friend, that Communism [one of “the errors of Russia” mentioned in the Message of Fatima] was only the most visible of the instruments of subversion to be used against the Church and the traditions of Divine Revelation. … … Continue reading

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