The Four Marks Jan 2014
JANUARY 2014—The Vatican Library is pictured on the front page. Like everything Catholic that has fallen into Novus Ordo hands—it would be changed. The library was closed to the public and rebuilt over 3 years time. Also on the front page, Ana Maggio reports on Rush Limbaugh’s assessment of Francis. The shocking comments have been buried by the media. The papal encyclical that begins this month is on the Nullity of Anglican Orders by Pope Leo XIII (1896.) The editorial looks at the US Constitution, and recent concerns regarding it. Fr. Athanasius answers questions about Divine Law, legislation, canon lawyers, garage sale churches and more. See how the Catholic Church is at the root of foundations in our culture: your calendar. Griff Ruby asks is all censorship bad? David Goldstein’s articles are wealth of Catholic catechetics. This month, we publish his letter on the Spanish Inquisition. Fr. Oswalt writes about a Novus Ordo survey. Leonard Anaya gives us a fresh approach to New Year’s resolutions. Our Genesis-man, Hugh Miller wants you to make plans for a dinosaur-dig, and join him in Montana! Fr. Brendan takes us inside one of the most extraordinary wars in history featuring heroic bravery and virtue nearly beyond this world’s understanding. Bp. Dupanloup, “The Spoiled Child” continues. And besides our usual classified, notices, and notable quotations, we also have another fascinating piece of Catholic history looking at the Holy Roman Emperor Franz II in the early 1800s.