Tag Archives: Pope St. Pius X

Battle of Lepanto: Triumph of the Christian fleet over the Islamic invaders

The two battles of Vienna and the battle of Lepanto historically mark the successful defence of the second wave of Islamic conquests.  A first invasion was stopped in the west by the Franks under Charles Martell in the early 8th … Continue reading

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Michael Davies – The History of Modernism

In light of the increase of all that the heresies of Modernism encompass under Pope Francis, this audio talk by the eminent author and historian, Michael Davies (RIP), becomes compulsive listening.   Mr. Davies gives a historical account of the roots … Continue reading

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Saint Joseph the Worker, in the words of three Popes

In 1870, Pope Pius IX declared the great Saint Joseph patron of the universal Catholic Church. To foster even deeper devotion to Saint Joseph through the liturgy, and to counter the ungodly “May Day” celebrations for workers sponsored by Communists, … Continue reading

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Life of a Saint – Pope St Pius X

from: On the side of the Angels, http://onthesideoftheangels.blogspot.co.uk Now, if we cannot expect to reap a harvest when no seed has been planted, how can we hope to have a people with sound morals if Christian doctrine has not been … Continue reading

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