The Four Marks 12-08
The December issue of The Four Marks includes the sermon by Fr. Casimir Puskorius, CMRI at Fr. Alexander Kryssov’s first Mass, which tells of Fr. Kryssov’s search for the Catholic Church, conversion, and his long climb to the Holy Priesthood. In the front page article, “Obama vs. Roberts” Stephen D. Hottinger takes the reader through the mounting concerns about Obama’s citizenship. The Voice of the Papacy looks at the Crusades and the Holy Lands where Christ was born. December’s editorial reviews the new movie “John XXIII—The Pope of Peace” with arch-liberal Ed Asner as John. Tumultuous Times gives very revealing Vatican II Church statistics. This is paired with a new study on “Catholic” colleges. Ana Maggio prepares us for the “Freedom of Choice Act” and the elimination of our freedoms. Aerospace engineer Eric Bermingham reviews: The Explorers of Mt. Ararat—and the Search for Noah’s Ark, giving much information and history in his examination. Jennifer Dearman is back with the Saint of the month, and science writer Hugh R. Miller looks at a recent conference of scientists who oppose evolution. And much more.