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Yellow Light

A priest friend of the SSPX watches anxiously its present turn towards Newrome. He no longer fully approves, nor yet fully disapproves.

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Turning Point

Before the Episcopal consecrations of 1988, Archbishop Lefebvre did work for a practical agreement with Rome, but thereafter, never again. Never again.

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True Pope? – I

Benedict XVI seems to want to hold on to the old religion even while he positively promotes the new religion – what confusion!

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Now Where?

Assuming that Rome’s and the SSPX’s doctrinal positions are irreconcilable, then the SSPX must simply continue along Archbishop Lefebvre’s lines.

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An Italian observes how Benedict XVI has succeeded in dismantling much Catholic resistance in Italy. Clear thinking and speaking are called for.

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Assisi-Ism – No!

By their practical approval of all religions, the Conciliar Popes’ Assisi events greatly facilitate the eternal damnation of countless souls.

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Doctrine Indispensable

Every man having an attitude towards life has an attitude towards God. Catholic doctrine spells out the attitude necessary for eternal happiness.

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Motu Proprio – I

To a doubting French journalist the author of “Eleison Comments” expresses confidence that the imminent Motu Proprio will do much good.

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Motu Proprio – II

Indeed, it both declares that the Tridentine Mass was never banned, and permits Latin rite priests to use it, whenever and wherever.

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The Cinema

By overloading our eyes and ears, said Kafka, the cinema overwhelms our minds. Minds being overwhelmed means that lies triumph.

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“Pascendi” – I

In his outstanding Encyclical of 100 years ago, Pius X nailed the deadly error of modern times: minds’ independence from their object.

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