Hence it is that Christ is not only God, but very God indeed - very God of very God, insomuch that He Himself is the Truth, If, then, we enquire His Name, it is "the Truth;" if we seek to know His natural rank and dignity, He is so truly the very Son of God, … Continue reading St. Pius V Corner: An Unbloody Sacrifice Without A Divine Redeemer
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St. Pius V Corner: Open-Air Ecumaniacs
And here it seems opportune to expound and to refute a certain false opinion... by which non-Catholics seek to bring about the union of the Christian churches... They add that the Church in itself, or of its nature, is divided into sections; that is to say, that it is made up of several churches or … Continue reading St. Pius V Corner: Open-Air Ecumaniacs
St. Pius V Corner: Amakusa Shiro, The Martyr?
It is quite true that the enemy has never, and never will, prevail against the Church. He has, however, succeeded in wresting from her bosom many of her children, and in some cases, even whole nations. These great losses were brought about in many instances by the wars which divided nations, by the enactment of … Continue reading St. Pius V Corner: Amakusa Shiro, The Martyr?
St. Pius V Corner: Miracles, Faith and Vatican Kiseki Chousakan
Faith is the supernatural virtue whereby under the inspiration and help of God's grace, we believe what He revealed is true not because of the intrinsic truth of the matters grasped by the natural light of reason but because of the authority of God Himself revealing, who can neither deceive or be deceived.Vatican Council (1869-70), … Continue reading St. Pius V Corner: Miracles, Faith and Vatican Kiseki Chousakan