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The Fundamental Assumption of

the Amazon Synod

In his critique of the Instrumentum Laboris of the Pan-Amazon Synod, Cardinal Walter Brandmüller summarized a central theme of the document in the following words:

Accordingly, the territory – that is to say, the forests of the Amazon region – is even being declared to be a locus theologicus, a special source of Divine Revelation. Here are places of an epiphany where the planet’s reserves of life and wisdom show themselves, which speak of God (no. 19)…. The result is a natural religion with a Christian masquerade.

The earth’s physical environment and a region’s culture and history have been seen by the Synod planners as a primary instrument of the Church’s knowledge of Revelation.  In Catholic Tradition the sixteenth-century Spanish Dominican Melchor Cano had listed history as a theological source or locus theologicus, a “theological place,” with nine other loci, because it is through history that God revealed Himself in the Old and New Testaments, and it is throughout the history of the Church that the Magisterium teaches the meaning of Revelation.  Today, however, there are within the Church two diametrically opposed understandings of the meaning and role of history, geography and culture. Read More.

  Bishop Antonio de Castro Mayer’s

Defense of Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira

After we first announced the publication of Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira: Prophet of the Reign of Mary by Roberto de Mattei, we received an email from a priest of the Society of St. Pius X, mentioned in a previous article.  His email referred to a disagreement that Bishop Antonio de Castro Mayer had with Dr. Corrêa de Oliveira, after having supported his work for more than four decades. Read More.

Bishop Juan Rodolfo Laise, OFMCap.,

Defender of the Holy Eucharist



The Argentine Catholic news agency AICA/InfoCatólica posted a headline on July 24 reading: “Condolences of the Pope on the death of Bishop Juan Rodolfo Laise, OFMCap.” The article is especially significant because of its final paragraph on Bishop Laise’s book Communion in the Hand: Documents and History. But we present here the full context of the article, in order to illustrate why Bishop Athanasius Schneider described Bishop Laise as “the prophetic voice of an elderly bishop,” and the glory of the bishops of Argentina” (“decus episcoporum Argentinae”)Read More.


Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira:

Prophet of the Reign of Mary

by Roberto De Mattei

Preface by Bishop Athanasius Schneider

2019 xii / 334 pages / sewn hardback

$20.00 # 55068


Preserving Christian Publications

is proud to announce the release of

The Catholic Bibliographical Index

Comments on the CBI by Dr. Barbara Berfanger,
Former President of St. Mary’s College, Kansas:

Recently I learned about the release of the Catholic Bibliographical Index by Preserving Christian Publications. My experience in research and in teaching led me to recognize quickly and without doubt that this Index offers an immense, rich resource about works by Catholic authors. Read more...


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