The Bellarmine Forum Magazine

Magazine – Vatican II: Cause for Hope

By John B. Manos / December 26, 2013 /

Make a New Year’s resolution that counts!   Get this last issue of the Bellarmine Forum Magazine’s Vatican II volume — packed with punches against those who would misconstrue Vatican II! You’ll be a prize fighter for Mother Church in no time!  The Council: A Distant Memory… So much has been lost. For some, the Second Vatican…

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Magazine — Vatican II: Renewal or Rupture?

By John M. DeJak / October 9, 2013 /

What led the robe-clad nuns of the fifties to come to resemble the women’s libbers of the seventies? When did the priests become ‘presiders’ and jump into secular garb, instead of wearing the Roman collar as a badge of honor? Ever hear of a document on religious freedom? It was about the right for an…

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Magazine – The Public Face of Vatican II: Change

By John B. Manos / July 5, 2013 /

The Summer 2013 Volume III, Issue 2 is out in the wild! Continuing our theme for the Year of Faith, where Pope Benedict XVI has given us a tool to unravel the false reforms conducted “in the spirit of Vatican II.”  Our focus is on the goal of the Year of Faith:  A true renewal of…

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The Second Vatican Council: Tradition and Continuity

By John M. DeJak / March 25, 2013 /

Think you know Vatican II? Can you name the documents and facts of Vatican II besides Lumen Gentium? Ever wonder what the popes were thinking who signaled the need for a council? (and why what happened afterward wasn’t what they were looking for) — Our latest Magazine has these and more answers!

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Englishing the Liturgy

By John M. DeJak / November 5, 2011 /

In presenting background for the 2011 linguistic changes in the Mass, the Wanderer Forum Foundation hopes to initiate a revitalization of faith. While many instructions to the faithful merely concentrate on the change in the words, we hope this background on the Mass explains why the change was needed to safeguard the true teachings of…

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The Catholic Church and the Obama Nation

By John M. DeJak / July 24, 2011 /

Never before in its history has the United States been so secular and godless. Never before has there been such hostility—overtly and covertly – toward not only the Catholic Church and her teachings, but also toward common sense.  This, unfortunately, is the program of the Obama Administration.  Indeed, it is not inappropriate to say that…

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