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  • Catechism on Modernism

    Father J. B. Lemius, produced this ‘Catechism on Modernism’ in the familiar question and answer format of the time, in order to make the teachings of the Encyclical of Pope Pius X, ‘Pascendi Dominici Gregis’ more accessible to ordinary Catholics and by way of explaining in a clear and concise manner the reasons why the Encyclical was published.

     

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  • Elements of a Catholic Reform Based on Truth

    Msgr. Michael Schmitz is the Vicar General of The Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest. He was born on the 22nd of March 1957 in Germany. He studied at the Gregorian University in Rome and was ordained a priest on October 10, 1982, by His Eminence Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, later Pope Benedict XVI.

     

    In this booklet, based on a talk delivered at the ‘Catholic Voice’ conference in Limerick, in November 2018, Msgr. Schmitz looks at what is meant by a truly Catholic reform, that is, one based on the truths of Scripture, the Magisterium of the Catholic Church and Catholic Dogma.

     

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  • Liberalism is a Sin

    Don Félix Sardà y Salvany: – was born on May 21, 1844 in Sabadell, Catalonia, Spain. He was a Catholic priest and writer who wrote against Liberalism which he considered a grave sin. He was the editor of the weekly Spanish Catholic magazine ‘La Revista Popular’ for over forty years. He died on January 2, 1916 at the age of 71. This book, Liberalism is a Sin, is particularly relevant to the times we live in today where Liberalism permeates every aspect of our society and has deeply infiltrated the thinking of many of the Catholic hierarchy.

     

    Paperback 136 pages

     

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  • Reflections on the Abortion Issue in Ireland

    James M Bourke has been involved in the pro-life movement in Ireland for many years. Like all those who cherish human life, he was very disappointed when the referendum to repeal the 8th amendment to the Irish constitution was passed. This removed all legal protection from unborn children.

     

    In this book James shares his reflections on how the referendum was won and on how we must restore legal protection to the unborn regardless of the cost.

     

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