The Four Marks 7-09
July, 2009—Opens with the story of King St. Henry II of the Holy Roman Empire. The death of Sister Mary Olive Rowley is also on the front page with Voice of the Papacy. The Four Marks editorial explains, “How to sell your widget” and the Reader’s Forum includes a letter from Bp. Williamson. The final segment of John Daly’s “The Impossible Crisis” is an excellent script with which to guide your discussions on the true Church. Followed by John Lane’s “The Church Crucified”, which considers the identity of the Church in depth. Fr. Brendan Hughes, CMRI gives us another history lesson: “Imperial Involvement in Early Church Councils”. Clare Kolewski gives a personal look at priests, and John Gregory talks about divisions and echoes Fr. Martin Stépanich’s position on “una cum Benedicto”. Mary Jane Diehl examines secular society. We have many other articles, including, “John Paul II and Mrs. Poltawska” –the story that recently disappeared- - as quickly as it appeared and stopped the JP2 sainthood train!