JUNE 2011Our front page opens with Unam Sanctum, the 1302 bull of Pope Boniface VIII. Edmund Sheridans News Bullets asks, To serve and protect? The missing sign of the Churchs authorityActions speak louder than words considers the history and significance of a kingly gift presented to Benedict 16. Twisted Tales is a guest editorial that lays bare two articles written about Christ the King Abbey, one by Fr. Anthony Cekada, the other by the National Catholic Register. In our column: Ask Father Athanasius, Father responds to Just Wondering about the application of epikeia and a second question from the Philipines on 200 saints eliminated by the New Church. Martin Luther is examined in this months excerpt from Tumultuous Times and also in Fr. Brendans column. John Gregory writes about the Sacred Heart and the disturbing influence of homosexuals in the workplace. Griff Rubys The Pope Condemns Vatican II continues to show how the popes of the past condemned the acts and teachings of Vatican 2. The Rev. Mr. Oswalt the former New Church priest who is to be ordained in the traditional rite this monthlooks at the devious way Benedict freed the Latin Mass. Fr. Tims Talks, which is always instructive and entertaining, looks at a Rebellious Daughter. David Goldstein tells Mr. Isaacs about the Divinity of Christ powerful!