The Four Marks 1-11
JANUARYEdmund Sheridan presents the year in review. Appropriately for these times, Usury and Other Dishonest Profit is the topic for the Voice of the Papacy. News stories include the death of Abbot Leonard Giardina, OSB, head and Founder of Christ the King Abbey. The story discusses unusual matters surrounding the Abbey just prior to the Abbots death. The January editorialIf youll buy thattargets denial and the excuses so readily provided by those who want to keep their heads in the sand. In his always out of the ordinary tidbits, Daniel Capodilupo distinguishes between false popes and anti-popes. In their chapter on the Council of Florence, the Radecki Fathers tell about corruption, crusades, councils, the height of the arts and more. Father Brendan Hughes continues his article on Trent. Want to grow in love of Our Lord? John Daly reviews several books that may best inspire that love in us. Michael Oswalt discusses the new morality of the Vatican II Church. John Gregory gives the Churchs history of St. Hilary, Doctor of the Universal Church. In her article, The Ins and Outs of Fornication, Clare Kolewski gives a straightforward, in-depth and very Catholic view of this important subject. Galileo was wrong: The Church Was Right! is the title of the First Annual Catholic Conference on Geocentricism. The Four Marks science writer, Hugh R. Miller reviews events of the conference. In his premier article for The Four Marks, Douglas Le Blanc writes about Father OReilly, an obscure priest, admired and respected in his day, who lived in the 1800s in Alabama. and read more in our first issue of 2011.