The Four Marks 8-12
The Four Marks, AUGUST 2012 – Front page story: The first Catholic church built in Montana’s first (white) settlement is not at all what you’d expect. The encyclical of Pope Clement XIII on the dangers of anti-Christian writings, 1766, is our Voice of the Papacy.” John Lane shows that it is very unlikely that Abp Lefebvre would bargain, make concessions or join today’s Modernist Rome. You are encouraged to circulate this article. Our News Bullets include headings: “A Conciliar ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’,” and “Priest fired—too little too late”. The page 2 editorial takes a look at confusion and idolatry. Fr. Athanasius’ answers include questions about situations many Catholics face due to liberal marriage practices, and friends who are scrupulously “overboard.” In Mario Derksen’s column, Making Sense, he writes about “’Gay Marriage’ and the Natural Law.” Clare Kolewski says “You won’t find Monty Hall at the Pearly Gates.” See the obituaries of Bp. Timothy E. Hennebery and Eleanor V. Allen. talks about little things God uses to bring us to the truth. See more from, Father Brendan Hughes, CMRI; Fr. Michael Oswalt, Leonard Anaya, Robert Valente, David Goldstein, and more.