Pius X


By Cindy Paslawski / August 20, 2018 /

He is known as the  Pope of Children, and also the Scourge of Modernism; he was the Servant of the Poor, and the Pope of the Holy Eucharist. Guiseppe Sarto – Pope St. Pius X – was all of these and yet his many accomplishments were mere outward signs of the tremendous faith and holiness…

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7 Surprising Things about St. Pius X

By John B. Manos / August 21, 2015 /

What’s not to love about St. Pius X? We love him for so many things, especially his clarity in preaching on the Blessed Mother, the emphasis on the Blessed Sacrament, especially as “the shortest and safest path to Heaven“, and his clarity against the modernists we still fight today. But he was so much more! We’ve collected some…

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Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament, Bellarmine, and Fatima

By John B. Manos / May 13, 2015 /

There is always a little magic it seems in the feast days of Mother church. It’s not really magic, not in the sense of Simon Magis, but magic in the sense of little special things and connections — some might call it serendipity. I think it’s more to do with the actual intercession of the saints honored…

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No Holiness In Dissension From the Pope

By John M. DeJak / August 2, 2013 /

Recent days have seen much media attention focused upon the words and person of the Holy Father, Pope Francis.  Not a little bit of this commentary has been disconcerting, not only from those who would twist his words to fit a secular agenda, but also from those who are supposedly faithful but seem to want…

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