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Anglicans approved contraception with ‘Amoris Laetitia’ argument. Here’s how Pope Pius XI responded

Anglicans' 'hard cases' argument helped approve the first breach against openness to life in the Christian world.

The Difficult Life of the MC

We have posted a number of videos from the old newsreel maker British Pathé from 1930s, ’40s and ’50s, and especially those of Papal events from that era. I would say that this one, a small part of Pope Pius XII’s coronation on the balcony...Show More Summary

Bologna’s medieval Jewish cemetery rediscovered

Bologna’s medieval Jewish cemetery has been rediscovered almost half a millennium after it was obliterated by order of Pope Pius IV. Unearthed between 2012 and 2014 during archaeological explorations of a site slated for housing development, the cemetery contains 408 graves, all aligned in parallel rows heads pointing to the west, and zero gravestones. It’s […]

FSU commit sets Texas state record with 26 catches

Houston St. Pius X WR Jalen Curry sets Texas record with 26 receptions in one game        

Relics of Pope St Pius X

Today is the EF feast day of Pope St Pius X, who died on August 20, the feast of St Bernard of Clairvaux, in 1914. When he was canonized in 1954, his feast was assigned to September 3rd, the first free day in the calendar after the day...Show More Summary

Pope Pius XII Celebrates the Queenship of Mary

From the archives of the Istituto Luce comes this wonderful newsreel report on an event of the Marian year proclaimed by Pope Pius XII, which ran from the feast of the Immaculate Conception of 1953 to the same date of the following year. Show More Summary

A Saint for Today: St. Pius X

I never paid much attention to St. Pius X before but once you read about him it becomes blindingly obvious that he is a saint we should be asking for intercession in these modern times. Pope Pius X working in the Vatican Gardens, 1913 He exercised holy intransigence in keeping the faith pure from doctrinal error. Show More Summary

The Council of Trent on the Silence of the Canon

As a follow-up to Matthew Hazell’s post earlier today on the GIRM and the silent Canon, this is what the Council of Trent has to say on the matter, in session 22, celebrated on September 17, 1562, in the reign of Pope Pius IV. Chapter 5. Show More Summary

November 1, 1950: The Dogmatic Definition of the Assumption

From the archives of British Pathé, a report on the dogmatic definition of the Assumption made by the Ven. Pope Pius XII on November 1 of the Jubilee year 1950. And here is a wonderful photo taken during the Mass of that day from inside the dome of St Peter’s Basilica.

Solemnity of the Assumption of Mary (with some modern science commentary)

Adam and Eve with the Virgin Mary (detail), Correggio, Assumption of the Virginvia Khan Academy On November 1, 1950, Pius XII defined the dogma of the Assumption. Thus he solemnly proclaimed that the belief whereby the Blessed Virgin...Show More Summary

Crean Lutheran and St. Margaret’s welcome addition of fourth football member for Academy League

St. Pius X-St. Matthias Academy in Downey has joined the Academy League for the 2017 football season, giving the league four teams once again and two automatic berths in the CIF-SS playoffs, according to Crean Lutheran athletic director Eric Olson. Officials in the Academy League had been working to return the league to a four […]

Vatican rumblings: Pope Francis aiming to end Latin Mass permission

A source close to the Pope suggests he hopes to sequester traditionalists into the Society of St. Pius X.

Some Calendar Notes for Mid-July

In the Missal and Breviary of St Pius V, July 13th is the feast of Pope St Anacletus, which was carried over from the pre-Tridentine editions. The 14th is that of St Bonaventure, who died in 1274, while attending the Second Council of Lyon, and was canonized in 1482 by Pope Sixtus IV (1471-84), his fellow Minister General of the Franciscan Order. Show More Summary

Here’s how one saintly pope would clean up gay orgies at the Vatican

Pope St. Pius V fought homosexuality in the clergy 'with the greatest possible zeal.'

Follow-Up on a Beautiful New Church in Indiana

Last March, we published a brief article about St Pius X parish in Granger, Indiana, a beautiful new building which was officially dedicated on the feast of the Annunciation by His Excellency Kevin Rhoades, bishop of Fort Wayne-South Bend. Our webmaster Richard Chonak just visited the church and took some photos. A series of mosaic medallions running up the central aisle.

‘The Young Pope’ Jude Law On Paolo Sorrentino’s Process & Mystery As Commodity

Bow down and humble yourself before Jude Law. Taking on the full weight of papal regalia as Pope Pius XIII (né Lenny Berardo) in HBO’s limited series The Young Pope, the Oscar-nominated actor delivers one of the most memorable performances...Show More Summary

Night Owl Society #3

David has a confrontation with The Viceroy, and a tragic twist changes their lives forever! IDW's Night Owl Society #3 by James Venhaus & Pius Bak. The post Night Owl Society #3 appeared first on CBR.

Night Owl Society #2 Review

Night Owl Society #2 Writer: James Venhaus Art: Pius Bak Letterer: Marshall Dillon Publisher: IDW Publishing Reviewed by Greg Brothers The post Night Owl Society #2 Review appeared first on Rogues Portal.

Wolf and Cow Playing Backgammon Mural in Vienna, Austria

In the 15th century, Enea Silvio Bartolomeo Piccolomini, better known later in life as Pope Pius II, described all the fine houses of Vienna as being painted inside and out with fabulous scenery. Like the marginalia found in illuminated...Show More Summary

Altar of Resistance: Pius XII was Hitler’s Assassin not his Pope

Perhaps he could have chosen differently, but he was NOT doing nothing. The post Altar of Resistance: Pius XII was Hitler’s Assassin not his Pope appeared first on The Good Men Project.

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