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The February 2018 issue of The Catholic Candle is available here for download.

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1961: Letter reveals Demands made by The American Jewish Committee to Cardinal Bea to Change Catholic Teaching and Liturgy. Guess what ended up happening?

 

Please follow link to get tell all document.

 

http://ccjr.us/images/stories/AJC_Anti-Jewish-Elements-in-Catholic-Liturgy.pdf

 

Source:  RadTrad Thomist

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With Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent coming next week, here you may find ideas for Lenten penances.

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Here is a link to the most frequently asked questions about the SSPX, that is, the SSPX of the saintly Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre:

 

http://cor-mariae.com/index.php?threads/frequently-asked-questions-about-the-sspx.7031/

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Today is the sixth anniversary of that infamous sermon given by His Excellency Bishop Bernard Fellay at St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary in Winona, Minnesota.  The following is the quote that really caught my ear back then:

 

“We told them very clearly, if you accept us as is, without change, without obliging us to accept these things, then we are ready.”

 

By these words Bishop Fellay publicly opposed the old SSPX adage of “no canonical agreement prior to a doctrinal resolution”.  In other words, he publicly adopted a position in opposition to that of the SSPX founder, Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, who from the 1988 Consecrations onward clearly and firmly held the position that Rome must accept the pre-conciliar Magisterial teachings prior to the resumption of discussions regarding a canonical regularization.  It is true that there were almost two years of doctrinal discussions between Rome and the SSPX prior to this sermon, but the conclusion reached was that each party could not convince the other of its position.

 

My friends, does this make any sense?  The SSPX starts the doctrinal discussions with Rome in 2009 with the position that the doctrinal differences between the two parties must be resolved prior to any canonical regularization.  Then almost two years of discussions are held after which both parties cannot come to an agreement on the doctrinal discrepancies.  Nonetheless, soon after Bishop Fellay is willing to accept a canonical regularization so long as Rome accepts the SSPX “as is”.  Huh?

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I wish you all a most blessed Feast of the Purification of Our Lady!  Today we also honour Our Lady until Her title of Good Success!

 

 

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