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Vatican II and Catholic Family News

The discussion between Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò and Bishop Athanasius Schneider regarding Vatican II, which we commented on previously, has led to a wider debate within the universal Church.  Italian Vatican correspondent Sandro Magister has attempted to portray Archbishop Viganò’s criticism of the Council as the beginning of the decline of his influence, but at the same time, more than fifty prominent priests and lay scholars have publicly thanked both Archbishop Viganò and Bishop Schneider for raising questions about the Council that need to be addressed.

While Sandro Magister has cited Cardinal Brandmüller as representing a response to the position of Archbishop Viganò and Bishop Schneider, His Eminence in his defense of the Council has acknowledged one of the Council’s most notable weaknesses – its failure to condemn Communism.  We single out this fact because of two articles that appeared in the July 2020 issue of Catholic Family News. Read More.

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Archbishop Viganò and Bishop

Schneider Discuss the Council

Two members of the hierarchy have recently issued statements about the doctrinal and historical significance of the Second Vatican Council, and the debates that have dominated the Church ever since the Council concluded nearly fifty-five years ago. Both of these prelates, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò and Bishop Athanasius Schneider, agree on the essential nature of the doctrinal and moral crisis within the Church in our time. But nuances of differences appeared when Archbishop Viganò, after quoting important observations made by Bishop Schneider, disagreed with some of his historical comparisons. Read More.


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Catholic Solidarity and American Civil Strife

When Archbishop Viganò recently wrote to President Donald Trump, providing guidance and support, some might have seen his letter as a case of a bishop’s political involvement.  However, in the first chapter of Catholicism, Liberalism and Socialism, Juan Donoso Cortés explained how “every great political question always involves a great theological question.”  The racial strife spreading throughout the United States after a white police officer took the life of a black man in Minneapolis illustrates the thesis of Donoso’s book. Read More.

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Two Spiritual Books on the Passion 


A Contemplative Journey to Calvary

by E. Mary Christie

2011  93 pages  / paperback / approximately 6" x 9" $14.00  #4907



By a Mistress of Novices, Member of the Institute of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Reprint of the 1922 edition 2017 305 pages, hardcover $16 #88185

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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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