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Militant

Author : Michael Voris
ISBN : 0996915001
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Resistance

Author : Michael Voris
ISBN : 0996915095
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The Weapon

Author : Michael Voris
ISBN : 0996915044
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The Spirit Of Catholicism

Author : Dr. Karl Adam
ISBN : 9781787204942
Genre : Religion
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This is the 1929 English translation of the original German text first published in 1924 and authored by one of the world’s most distinguished Christian philosophers, Dr. Karl Adam. This book is a brilliant and evocative study of the fundamental concepts of the Catholic Faith, from its tenets, its historical development and the role of the Church in world society. For many on the outside, Catholicism, according to Dr. Adam, represents a daunting and somewhat foreign confused mass of conflicting forces that has somehow survived the tests of time. Catholicism is simultaneously new yet quite old; holy yet corrupt; hierarchical yet personal; dogmatic yet utilitarian, and so on. How can someone outside the Church get a good grasp on the essence of Catholicism when it is so vast and seemingly complex? Those attempting to grasp the very heart and spirit of Catholicism should read Karl Adam’s book, which is a most elegant and concise exploration of the faith and an attempt to address these ambiguities. What are the fundamental attributes of the Catholic Church? What is the source from which it has drawn vigor and life through its two thousand years of life on earth? What are the secret sources of its incredible vitality in the world today? The author answers these and many other questions about the nature and structure of the Church. He examines the essential nature of the Catholic Church from the basic premise that it was expressly founded by Christ, traces its historical development and analyzes its actual functioning through the ages.

The Vortex

Author : Michael Voris
ISBN : 0998958107
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"Michael Voris was born in 1961, within a year of the beginning of the Second Vatican Council. The Council produced an air of excitement that was quickly labeled the "Spirit of Vatican II," and in the ensuing fifty years, using the "Spirit" as a cover, the Faith was dismantled and attacked on all fronts by faithless clergy and religious aching for change. This is the Church that Voris and tens of millions of other Catholics grew up in--a Church afraid to preach the Faith and focus on salvation as commanded by Jesus Christ. After the death of his mother, Voris returned to the Faith in 2004, making a dramatic turnaround in his life. But the joy of his conversion soon gave way to increasing concerns over what he saw: weak clergy, poor teaching on doctrine, indifferent laity, The Church was in crisis."--Book flap.

Resurrecting The Idea Of A Christian Society

Author : R. R. Reno
ISBN : 9781621575658
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America’s two greatest strengths—her liberal democratic culture and her free-market economy—have made her a global superpower. But left unchecked, these two strengths can become great cultural weaknesses, sowing selfishness, recklessness, and apathy. In Resurrecting the Idea of a Christian Society, theologian R. R. Reno argues that America needs a renewal of Christian ideals—ideals that encourage self-sacrifice, responsibility, and solidarity. Drawing on T.S. Eliot’s 1940 essay “The Idea of a Christian Society,” Reno shows how Christianity encourages “an abiding ambition for higher things” and a “moral vision” that can strengthen communities and transform America into a truly great nation.

True And False Reform In The Church

Author : Yves Congar
ISBN : 9780814680094
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Archbishop Angelo Roncali (later Pope John XXIII) read True and False Reform during his years as papal nuncio in France and asked, A reform of the church 'is such a thing really possible?" A decade later as pope, he opened the Second Vatican Council by describing its goals in terms that reflected Congar's description of authentic reform: reform that penetrates to the heart of doctrine as a message of salvation for the whole of humanity, that retrieves the meaning of prophecy in a living church, and that is deeply rooted in history rather than superficially related to the apostolic tradition. Pope John called the council not to reform heresy or to denounce errors but to update the church's capacity to explain itself to the world and to revitalize ecclesial life in al its unique local manifestations. Congar's masterpiece fills in the blanks of what we have been missing in our reception of the council and its call to "true reform." Yves Congar, OP, a French Dominican who died in 1995, was the most important ecclesiologist in modern times. His writings and his active participation in Vatican II had an immense influence upon the council documents. With a few other contemporaries, Congar pioneered a new style of theological research and writing that linked the great tradition of Scripture and the Fathers to contemporary pastoral questions with lucidity and passion. His key concerns were the unity of the church, lay apostolic life, and a revival of the church's theology of the Holy Spirit. He was named a cardinal by Pope John Paul II in recognition of his profound contributions to the Second Vatican Council. Pal Philibert, OP, has taught pastoral theology in the United States and abroad. He is a Dominican friar of the Southern Province. His translation of a collection of Congar's essays on the liturgy has recently been published by Liturgical Press under the title At the Heart of Christian Worship. His book The Priesthood of the Faithful: Key to a living Church (Liturgical Press, 2005) reflects the ecclesiology of Yves Congar and his Vision of the apostolic life of the faithful. "

Catholic Prophecy

Author : Yves Dupont
ISBN : 1500639001
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Shortly after Vatican II many began to speculate that we might be in the 'end times' and that prophecies were being fulfilled. Some speculated that the Three Days of Darkness may be near or that Antichrist was already on earth. Yves DUpont assembled many prophecies, including some that refer to a comet striking the earth. With Comet Kahoutek in 1972, many thought this might be the one, but it wasn't. With the deterioration of morals in the world many believe that these prophetic days may be close.

The Everlasting Man

Author : G. K. Chesterton
ISBN : 9780486117386
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Chesterton's view of Christianity — as a blend of philosophy and mythology, satisfying intellect and spirit — applies to his brilliant book, which appeals to readers' heads as well as their hearts.

The Battle For The Catholic Past In Germany 1945 1980

Author : Mark Edward Ruff
ISBN : 9781108121392
Genre : History
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Were Pope Pius XII and the Catholic Church in Germany unduly singled out after 1945 for their conduct during the National Socialist era? Mark Edward Ruff explores the bitter controversies that broke out in the Federal Republic of Germany from 1945 to 1980 over the Catholic Church's relationship to the Nazis. He explores why these cultural wars consumed such energy, dominated headlines, triggered lawsuits and required the intervention of foreign ministries. He argues that the controversies over the church's relationship to National Socialism were frequently surrogates for conflicts over how the church was to position itself in modern society - in politics, international relations and the media. More often than not, these exchanges centered on problems perceived as arising from the postwar political ascendancy of Roman Catholics and the integration of Catholic citizens into the societal mainstream.

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