The Four Marks 12-10
OCTOBER 2010In his News Bullets, Edmund Sheridan says, that our capacity to deceive ourselves is, in a sense, unlimited See what leads to this conclusion. In another front-page story along-side his Bullets, Sheridan targets Benedicts inconsistency about the morality of using condoms. Staff-writer Ana Maggio remembers Four Marks photo-journalist Denise Trias, who died November 18. In this issue we have the final segments of the papal encyclical On Christian Marriage, and Fr. Martin Stépanichs article on Modesty. The editor gives some homespun considerations in Providential Encounters. Pulling from his extensive library, Daniel Capodilupo shares a few fascinating tidbits and a different Thanksgiving. Church history by the Fathers Radecki covers the Council of Constance. Fr. Brendan Hughes begins a series on Trent: The Counter Reformation. John Gregory presents St. Ambrose as given by the Church. Observations by Michael Oswalt - -a former Conciliar priest turned traditionalistcontinues to be a favorite. Griff Ruby gives a new spin on, More Catholic Than the Pope? PLUS regular features and other news stories.