The Four Marks 9-09
September 2009—The front page tells the remarkable story of King St. Stephen I of Hungary, side by side with the Voice of the Papacy on the Hungarian Millennium. Other front page stories include the death of Terri Schiavo’s father, more new mass changes, and “Saint Benedict’s Order LIVES!” The editorial covers some current news stories: the deaths of Tiller the abortionist and Ted Kennedy. The Fathers Radecki cover The First Council of Constantinople in their abridged version of the Tumultuous Times. John Lane continues with Chapter 7 of The Church Crucified. Fr. Brendan Hughes covers types of Church councils in “The Infallibility of the Universal Episcopate”. Stephen Heiner’s The Restoration. Griff Ruby gives us “Our Widow’s Mite” facing some practical difficulties. John Gregory looks at a couple of September’s feasts. There’s more Father Tim’s Talks, too. David Goldstein’s letters continue with “Are Temple Sacrifices Necessary?” There’s also news from a traditional Catholic priest in Russia, Fr. Kryssov.