Learning Sacred Theology I: Preliminaries, Catechism, Latin, Philosophy and the Magisterium

In Sapientiae Christianae, Pope Leo XIII taught that it is a duty for laymen to study and spread the Catholic faith. He wrote: "In order to safeguard this virtue of faith in its integrity, we declare it to be very profitable and consistent with the requirements of the time, that each one, according to the measure …

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The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass: the only foundation of true freedom

Be still and know that I am God.  I will be exalted among the nations; I will be exalted in the earth. Psalm 47: 11 Introduction In his 1947 essay Leisure the Basis of Culture the German philosopher Josef Pieper wrote: “[I]t might be asked whether we are not all of us proletarians and all of us, …

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True Law – According to the Teaching of St Thomas Aquinas

In response to the Covid-19 outbreak, governments worldwide enforced draconian regulations, restricting some of the most fundamental liberties of free societies: the right of free association, the right to earn one’s daily bread by honest labour, and even the right to leave one’s own home. They also used the crisis to further violate fundamental rights …

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