The Four Marks Aug-Dec 2012
The Four Marks AUGUST – DECEMBER --Some articles included in this 5-month collection are listed below. Columnists include: Fr. Athanasius, Fr. Brendan Hughes CMRI, Fr. Michael Oswalt, Leonard Anaya, Mario Derksen, Griff Ruby, Robert Valente, and David Goldstein and his insight as a converted Jew.
ü John Lane shows that it is very unlikely that Abp. Lefebvre would bargain, make concessions or join today’s Modernist Rome.
ü The “Macedonian ‘Michelangelo’ Georgi Danevski” by Silvio Mattacchione tells the story of the frescoes in one Canadian church --with photos.
ü The disturbing news story about EWTN’s Fr. Groeschel. The National Catholic Register apparently removed their interview with the priest so you wouldn’t see just how bad what he said was --and not just a slip…
ü The encyclical of Pope Clement XIII on the dangers of anti-Christian writings, 1766, and other encyclicals.
ü Obituaries of Bp. Timothy E. Hennebery, Eleanor V. Allen, Fr. Hector Bolduc
ü The first Catholic church built in Montana’s first (white) settlement is not at all what you’d expect.
And other features: editorials, News Bullets, Voice of the Papacy, and varied news items often including news on the pro-life front not seen elsewhere. Too many topics to list.