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ur Marks 6-09

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Buy and Download Description June 2009: “It’s an open secret—The Vatican is betraying the underground Church in China,” by Thomas Chapman.  Chapman, himself, has traveled in secret to Beijing and met with members of the underground Church. St. Anthony of Padua is the featured saint of the month, and shows the basilica where he is buried, now a Conciliar church. Fr. Meramo is ousted from the SSPX and explains why he will not join the Vatican II Church. It must be borne in mind that he is at the crux of a personal conflict: He has not yet taken a sedevacantist stance, but condemns the Church of which Benedict is head. June’s editorial, “Our Gethsemane: In fear of our losses,” looks at death and our worst fears. The final segment of Tumultuous Times begins: “The radical changes of Vatican II have hurled many unsuspecting Catholics into a new church that has the semblance of Catholicism but lacks many of its essential elements.” John Lane’s book, The Church Crucified, continues with Unity. John Daly’s “The Impossible Crisis” discusses the traits of the true Church. Fr. Brendan Hughes continues his article on the necessarily infallible Church. Stephen Heiner’s “Sustainable Living” is rich with his unique and creative perspective on the mundane basics. The shooting of abortionist George Tiller is one of several news stories. And more… June 2009: “It’s an open secret—The Vatican is betraying the underground Church in China,” by Thomas Chapman. Chapman, himself, has traveled in secret to Beijing and met with members of the underground Church. St. Anthony of Padua is the featured sa
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