Juan Donoso Cortes Essays On Catholicism

Catalog 183 PDF download

 

Newsletter January 23, 2017:

Third Secret Update, Liber Usualis & PCP Catalog 183

 

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The Kevin Symonds-Christopher Ferrara Debate on the Third Secret

 

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The Church & Health Care: An Appeal to Silent Bishops

 

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The Common Good, Mr. Ferrara and the Pope

 

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The Vine and the Branches

 

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Fatima, the Role of Catholic Professionals, & PCP Catalog 181

 

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“Ten Years Later” & Catalog 180

 

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Antonio Borelli on Fatima and the Second Vatican Council

 

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Our Lady of Fatima & Russia: Part III – Catalog 179

 

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Our Lady of Fatima & Russia: Part II – Catalog 178

 

Fatima and the Third Secret

After the publication of the Third Secret of Fatima on June 26, 2000, speculation began almost immediately among many who thought the Vatican had not published the entire text of the Secret. Read more...

 

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Our Lady of Fatima and Russia – Catalog 177

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The History of the Saint Michael Book

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A new Catholic Bibliographical Index has been launched!

 

Pope Leo XIII and the Prayer to St. Michael – Catalog 174

Mention is often made of Leo XIII and a famous vision that he saw – that of an attack being made or planned by the devil against the Church. The facts about this vision, however, have been unclear for many decades, for there are different versions of what occurred, and of what was or was not said in that vision. What is fact and what is fiction about this event in modern papal history? Read more...

 

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Cardinal Merry del Val on the Authority of the Pope – Catalog 173

Newsletter May 27, 2015:

Bishop Juan Rodolfo Laise: Rome Never Approved Communion in the Hand – Catalog 172

Newsletter April 27, 2015:

Fatima, the Errors of Russia, and Two Catholic Classics

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Cardinal Ruffini and the Days of Creation – A Challenge from Hugh Owen

Newsletter April 8, 2015:

Bella Dodd's School of Darkness – now back in print

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An Evolution Debate in The Wanderer and Cardinal Ruffini's Book

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Nigerian Bishop Calls for a Holy War / A Lenten Book on the Passion

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Catalog 170, & Juan Donoso Cortés’s Prophecy of Today’s European Crisis


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Essays on Catholicism, Liberalism and Socialism; Considered in Their Fundamental Principles4.15 · Rating details ·  20 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews

Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: open; Jerusalem without inhabitants; her walls levelled with the ground; her people dispersed through the world, and the world in arms. The eagles of Rome were heard screaming wildly. Rome wasPurchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: open; Jerusalem without inhabitants; her walls levelled with the ground; her people dispersed through the world, and the world in arms. The eagles of Rome were heard screaming wildly. Rome was seen without Caesars and without gods; the cities depopulated and the deserts peopled; as the governors of nations, men who did not know how to read, and were clad in skins; the multitudes obeying the voice of him who said at the Jordan, Do penance, and of the other who said, He who wishes to be perfect, let him leave all things, take up his cross, and follow me; and kings adoring the Cross, and the Cross raised on high in all places. What is the cause of these great changes and transformations ? What is the cause of this great desolation and universal cataclysm ? What has occurred ? Nothing; only some new theologians are going about through the world announcing a new theology. CHAPTER II. Of society under the empire of Catholic theology. THAT new theology is called Catholicity. Catholicity is a complete system of civilisation, so complete, that in its immensity it embraces everything?the science of God, the science of the angel, the science of the universe, and the science of man. The infidel falls into ecstasy at sight of its inconceivable extravagance, and the believer at sight of its wonderful grandeur. If there be any one who, on beholding it, passes by with a smile, people, more astounded at such an amount of stupid indifference than at that colossal grandeur and that inconceivable extravagance, raise their voice, and say, Let the fool pass. All humanity has studied for the space of eighteen centuries in the school of its theologians and its doctors; and at the end of so much application, and the end of so much study, up to to-day the abyss of its science has not b......more

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