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The Four Marks 1-10

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January 2010—Opening the New Year: “Fr. Lucian Pulvermacher OFM dead at 91” is the news of a traditional pioneer’s death. It is a sad sign of the confusion of our times that he took the name “Pope Pius XIII” after a very questionable election when he was 80-years old. He later re-named himself “Pope Peter II.” John Francis Borra writes, “Homosexual marriage and the further erosion of constitutional guarantees”. A vile billboard  posted by an Anglican church is censored by the public. On page 2, the editorial is entitled, “When the lights came on.” The Fathers Radecki cover The Second Council of Nicaea in their abridged version of the Tumultuous Times. Clare Kolewski writes, “Mass vestments are rich in history and meaning”, giving some much needed background for thirsty readers. Fr. Brendan Hughes writes a seasonal message, “Epiphany –A Returning of Love”. Don’t miss this one: The Restoration: Cell Phones, by  Stephen Heiner. John Gregory gives us a saint for January: Saint Polycarp. A touching story in Father Tim’s Talks, worth the read! Hugh R. Miller breaks down “The Anatomy of a Scientific Hoax”. David Goldstein’s letters continue with “The Soul of Judaism”. Paul Nichol’s cartoon and comments. And alongside the Classifieds we’ve included a list of Vatican addresses, in case you have time on your hands…

January 2010—Opening the New Year: “Fr. Lucian Pulvermacher OFM dead at 91” is the news of a traditional pioneer’s death. It is a sad sign of the confusion of our times that he took the name “Pope Pius XIII” after a very questionable election when he
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