The Philosophy of the Supernatural is taken from Volume I (1876) of The American Catholic Quarterly Review.

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This is a good decision on The Catacombs part.  The Catholic Resistance must continue with no compromises.

 

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Thank you, Fr. Hewko, for your courage in doing the right thing.

A Thought for the Day

12 February 2019

 

This is taken from the February 1915 Issue of Franciscan Herald.

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The Church and the Intellectual World is taken from Volume I (1876) of The American Catholic Quarterly Review.

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A Thought for the Day

11 February 2019

 

This is taken from the February 1915 Issue of Franciscan Herald.

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A Thought for the Day

8 February 2019

 

This is taken from the February 1915 Issue of the Franciscan Herald.

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The Divinity of Christ – Part II is taken from Volume I (1876) of The American Catholic Quarterly Review.

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In the video below, Ambrose Moran shows his ignorance of both sacramental theology and the case of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre in doubting the episcopal consecration of Archbishop Lefebvre.  My question at this point is whether Mr. Pablo Hernandez, who has promoted this fraud and liar, will publicly apologize for such promotion and for the denigration of those who have opposed Ambrose Moran.  After all, Ambrose Moran has now publicly attacked the modern day St. Athanasius of the Catholic Resistance and the very priests that Mr. Hernandez works with.  What say you, Mr. Hernandez?

 

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The Divinity of Christ – Part I is taken from Volume I (1876) of The American Catholic Quarterly Review.

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