52. Jahrgang Nr. 5 / November 2022
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Ausgabe Nr. 10 Monat Dezember 2004
Yo soy mi celda...


Ausgabe Nr. 9 Monat November 2004
Widerstand? - Fehl(er)anzeige!


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Dezember 2004
Notstand: einbetoniert ... oder doch: Extra Ecclesiam salus est?


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Januar 2005
Misericordias Domini in aeternum cantabo - Autobiographie von Mgr. Pierre Martin Ngô-dinh-Thuc, Erzbischof von Hué, übersetzt von Elisabeth Meurer


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Januar 2005
DECLARATIO


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Januar 2005
Bischofsweihen


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Januar 2005
Fortsetzung


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Januar 2005
Fortsetzung II


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Januar 2005
Fortsetzung III


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat April 2004
Krönungseid des Papstes


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Juni 2004
Franz Nomista: Stellungnahme zur Frage: Welches ist die zentrale Häresie der sog. 'Konzils-Kirche?


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Juni 2004
Papst Pius IX.: Syllabus


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Juli 2004
Magdalena S. Gmehling: Die Propheten laufen nie mit der Mehrheit. Zum 70. Todestag des christlichen Publizisten und Märtyrers Fritz Michael Gerlich


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Juni 2005
Habemus Papam?


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Juni 2005
Anhang: Ratzingers Stellungnahme zu verschiedenen Themen


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Juni 2005
Die Krise des Glaubens und der Verfall der röm.-kath. Kirche


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Juni 2005
Eine kritische Analyse von Ratzingers Dominus Jesus


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat April 2004
Reflections on 'The Passion of the Christ'


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat April 2004
L’ERREUR FONDAMENTALE DE VATICAN II


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat April 2004
CONSOLACIONES PARA LOS FIELES


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat April 2004
Some Remarks concerning the Consecrations by Mgr. Ngô-dinh-Thuc and Mgr. Carmona


Ausgabe Nr. 8 Monat Oktober 2004
Cual es la herejsia central de asi llamada


Ausgabe Nr. 8 Monat Oktober 2004
Open Letter to most Reverend Bishop M. Pivarunas


Ausgabe Nr. 8 Monat Oktober 2004
Paganisation of the Liturgy in India


Ausgabe Nr. 8 Monat Oktober 2004
Clothes Make the Person


Ausgabe Nr. 8 Monat Oktober 2004
La posizione teologica dell'Unione Sacerdotale Trento (nel Messico)


Ausgabe Nr. 10 Monat Dezember 2004
EL ERROR PRINCIPAL DEL VATICANO II


Ausgabe Nr. 10 Monat Dezember 2004
La libertad religiosa, error del Vaticano II


Ausgabe Nr. 10 Monat Dezember 2004
EL HABITO HACE AL MONJE


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Oktober 2005
Zur aktuellen Situation


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Oktober 2005
Zur theologischen Position von Kardinal Ratzinger


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Oktober 2005
Vom Elend der Postmoderne


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat Dezember 2005
Unfreundliche Betrachtungen


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat december 2005
HABEMUS PAPAM?


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat december 2005
The Holy Trinity


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat december 2005
La libertad religiosa, error del Vaticano II


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat december 2005
Sobre la situacin actual de la Iglesia


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat december 2005
A propos de la situation actuelle de lEglise


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat december 2005
A commentary on the present situation of the Church


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat december 2005
A Word from the Editor


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Februar 2006
Auch eine Unverzeihliche - Hinweis auf Cristina Campo


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Februar 2006
Brief an die Redaktion


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Februar 2006
Autobiografa de Monseor P. M. Ng-dinh-Thuc - Prologo


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Februar 2006
Autobiografia I


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Februar 2006
Autobiografia II


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Februar 2006
Autobiografia III


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Februar 2006
Autobiografia IV


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Februar 2006
Apendice I - Autobiografia breve


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Februar 2006
Apendice II - Documentos


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat April 1971
Einige przise Fragen an Herrn Professor Schmaus


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat April 1971
Im Verborgenen


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Mai 1971
WAHNSINN


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Februar 2003
DAS ATHANASIANISCHE GLAUBENSBEKENNTNIS


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Februar 2003
Richtlinien fr eine Papstwahl


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Mrz 2003
Orthodoxie und europische Identitt


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat April 2003
ber das Papsttum der Rmischen Bischfe


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat April 2003
Die Bulle Cum ex apostolatus officio


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat April 2003
Surrexit Christus, spes mea


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat April 2003
The Roman Catholic Diaspora Church


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat April 2003
La silla apostlica ocupada


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat April 2003
Where do we stand?


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Juni 2003
ber das Papsttum der Rmischen Bischfe


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Juli 2003
Zur derzeitigen Situation der Kirche


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat September 2003
Auf der Suche nach dem Hauptirrtum des II. Vatikanums


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat September 2003
Ein Mnch, der ein Buch geworden ist


Ausgabe Nr. 8 Monat October 2003
Consoling meditations for the faithful


Ausgabe Nr. 8 Monat October 2003
LEglise Catholique-Romaine de la diaspora


Ausgabe Nr. 8 Monat October 2003
Sobre la situacin actual de la Iglesia (esp.)


Ausgabe Nr. 8 Monat October 2003
A propos de la situation actuelle de lEglise (fr.)


Ausgabe Nr. 8 Monat October 2003
A commentary on the present situation of the Church (engl.)


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat December 2003
MORTALIUM ANIMOS


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat December 2003
The Apostolic See Occupied


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat December 2003
Ou en sommes-nous?


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat December 2003
Dalla Lotta delle civilt alla Lotta delle idee


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat December 2003
Yo soy mi celda...


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat Juni 1971
BRAND IM BASAR


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat Juni 1971
Zur Frage der Gltigkeit der heiligen Messe


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat Juni 1971
BRIEF DER REDAKTION


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Mrz 2002
Zur Diskussion ber die Des-Laurierssche These


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Mars 2002
Le Seigneur est ressuscit et il est apparu Simon (fr/eng/spa)


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Mars 2002
Alla ricerca dellunit perduta


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Mars 2002
In Search of lost unity (engl/spa)


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Mars 2002
CARTA PASTORAL SOBRE LA FAMILIA


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Mars 2002
Yo soy mi celda...


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Mars 2002
SOBRE EL PROBLEMA DE UNA POSIBLE ELECCION PAPAL


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Juli 1971
WIDERSPRUCH


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Juli 1971
DER KRNUNGSEID DES PAPSTES


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Juli 2002
William Shakespeare


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat September 2002
DIE ROLLE DES FORTSCHRITTS IM KATASTROPHALEN NIEDERGANG


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat September 2002
Der Apostolische Stuhl


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat September 2002
NACHRICHTEN, NACHRICHTEN, NACHRICHTEN


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat November 2002
Pfarrer Carl Sonnenschein


Ausgabe Nr. 8 Monat December 2002
Concerning the problem of the


Ausgabe Nr. 8 Monat December 2002
Autobiografia de su Em. Mons. Pierre Martin Ng-dinh-Thuc


Ausgabe Nr. 8 Monat December 2002
Is Mgr. Lefebvre a validly consecrated bishop?


Ausgabe Nr. 8 Monat December 2002
Le Sige apostolique < occup >


Ausgabe Nr. 8 Monat December 2002
La sede apostolica


Ausgabe Nr. 8 Monat December 2002
A Word from the Editor (engl./espan./fr.)


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat August 1971
Ehre dem Menschen


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat August 1971
GALILEO GALILEI


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat September 1971
DIE WISSENSCHAFT MONTINIS


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat Diciembre 2001
Jesus Lord at thy birth/Nacimiento (Eng/Esp)


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat Diciembre 2001
LA IGLESIA CATOLICO-ROMANA EN LA DIASPORA


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat Diciembre 2001
Dominus Jesus


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat Diciembre 2001
ESSERE CRISTIANI SENZA CHIESA ?


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat Diciembre 2001
A la recherche de l'unit perdue


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat Diciembre 2001
COMMUNICATION DE LA REDACTION (fr./engl/espa/ital)


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juni 2001
Auf der Suche nach der verlorenen Einheit


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juni 2001
Offener Brief an H.H. P. Perez


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juni 2001
Und das Wort ist Fleisch geworden


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat Juli 2001
Zur UNICEF


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat September 2001
Bulle Cum ex Apostolatus officio


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat September 2001
Anmerkungen zum Briefwechsel mit H.H. Pater Perez


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat September 2001
NACHRICHTEN, NACHRICHTEN, NACHRICHTEN


Ausgabe Nr. 8 Monat Januar 2002
Die Synode von Pistoja


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat April 2000
ber die Familie


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat April 2000
Kurze Antwort auf eine Anfrage zum Sedisvakanzproblem


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juni 2000
... und ich pldiere fr die schwarzen Kutten


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juni 2000
DONDE ESTAMOS?


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat August 2000
SER CRISTIANO SIN IGLESIA? - UNA PONENCIA-


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Nov.-Doppel-Nr.4/5 2000
DIE RMISCH-KATHOLISCHE DIASPORA-KIRCHE


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Nov.-Doppel-Nr.4/5 2000
Econe ante portas - notwendige Klarstellungen


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Nov.-Doppel-Nr.4/5 2000
IN MEMORIAM H.H. PFR. MOLITOR


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Nov.-Doppel-Nr.4/5 2000
VIVA CRISTO REY! -ESTACIONES DE UN VIAJE POR MJICO-


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Nov.-Doppel-Nr.4/5 2000
ESSERE CRISTIANI SENZA CHIESA ?


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Dezember 2000
Unser Heiland und Knig ist geboren! (dt/engl)


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat Mrz 2001
Dominus Iesus


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat Mrz 2001
Lettera a cristiani preoccupati (ital)


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat Mrz 2001
NACHRICHTEN, NACHRICHTEN, NACHRICHTEN


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat Oktober 1971
DIE SCHWCHE DES KARDINAL ANTONIO BACCI


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat Oktober 1971
ZUM BRIEF EINES PFARRERS


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat April 1999
NACHRICHTEN, NACHRICHTEN, NACHRICHTEN


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Oktober 1999
DER GROSSE VERRAT AM PAPSTTUM


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar 2000
In memoriam H.H. Pfr. i.R. Werner Graus


Ausgabe Nr. 8 Monat November 1971
ZUM BRIEF EINES LESERS


Ausgabe Nr. 9 Monat Dezember 1971
EIN AUFSCHLUSSREICHER HIRTENBRIEF


Ausgabe Nr. 9 Monat Dezember 1971
TUET BUSSE!


Ausgabe Nr. 10 Monat Januar 1972
DAS LETZTE EVANGELIUM


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Februar 1972
EIN IRRLEHRER: G.A. RONCALLI - JOHANNES XXIII.


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat Mrz 1972
LAIEN HELFEN DER KIRCHE


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat Mrz 1972
QUELLEN DER GLAUBENSLEHRE


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat August 1998
DER HL. DON BOSCO


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat April-Sondernummer 1998
DECLARATIO


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat April-Sondernummer 1998
ERKLRUNG S.E. Mgr. Pierre Martin Ng-dinh-Thuc


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat April-Sondernummer 1998
CURRICULUM VITAE DE MGR. PIERRE MARTIN NG-DINH-THUC


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat April 1997
WEIHEURKUNDE VON HERFORD


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat April 2006
Der Protestantismus und seine kumenische Aufwertung


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat Juli 1997
SIND DIE POST-KONZILIAREN WEIHERITEN GLTIG?


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat Juli 1997
SIND DIE POST-KONZILIAREN WEIHERITEN GLTIG?- Fortsetzung


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Oktober 1997
DAS UTRECHTER SCHISMA UND DER ALTKATHOLIZISMUS


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Dezember 1997
DIE RESTITUTION DER KIRCHE ALS RECHTSGEMEINSCHAFT, Anmerkungen


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar 1998
Man mu die Herzen fr Christus erweitern


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juli 1993
EIN FREIMAURER ALS BOTSCHAFTER BEIM 'VATIKAN'


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juli 1993
EIN NEUES KLOSTER IN FRANKREICH


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Mai 1996
EIN SOLCHER RELIGIONSUNTERRICHT VERDIENT NICHT SEINEN NAMEN


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Mai 1996
NACHRICHTEN, NACHRICHTEN, NACHRICHTEN


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juli 1996
Buchbesprechung: Die Unterminierung der (katholischen) Kirche


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat November 1996
VERSINKT DER KATHOLISCHE WIDERSTAND IM SEKTIERERTUM?


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat November 1996
VERSINKT DER KATHOLISCHE WIDERSTAND... (Anmerkungen)


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Dezember 1996
Gedanken ber Formen heidnischer Antizipationen der Jungfrauengeburt


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Mai 1995
IN MEMORIAM...


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Mai 1994
WARNING REGARDING A SUPPOSED BISHOP


Ausgabe Nr. 13 Monat June 2011
La Santisima Trinidad


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juli 1994
Sukzessionsliste von Jean Laborie


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juli 1994
BOOK REVIEW


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Dezember 1994
In memoriam


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat April 1992
DIE RMISCH-KATHOLISCHE DIASPORA-KIRCHE - FIKTION ODER WIRKLICHKEIT? -


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Mai 1992
DIE RMISCH-KATHOLISCHE DIASPORA-KIRCHE - FIKTION ODER WIRKLICHKEIT? -


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Mai 1992
ARCHBISHOP NGO-DINH-THUC MARTYR FOR THE FAITH


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Dezember 1992
Zum Problem der gegenwrtigen Vakanz des rmischen Stuhles


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat Januar, Sondernr. 1993
ENTHLLUNG DES SYSTEMS DER WELTBRGER-REPUBLIK


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar-Mrz 1993
ENTHLLUNG DES SYSTEMS DER WELTBRGER-REPUBLIK


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar-Mrz 1993
Zum Problem der gegenwrtigen Vakanz des rmischen Stuhles


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Mai 1991
EINE ZEITUNG STELLT SICH VOR: FRAKTUR


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juli 1991
ZUR AKTUELLEN SITUATION DER KIRCHE


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juli 1991
ZUR ERNCHTERUNG DER GEMTER


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Dezember 1991
AUFRUF AN ALLE KATHOLISCHEN CHRISTEN


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Februar 1992
D E C L A R A T I O


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Februar 1992
IN MEMORIAM S.E. MGR. MOISS CARMONA RIVERA


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Februar 1992
DER MODERNE HOMINISMUS UND SEINE ABARTIGE RELIGIOSITT


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Mai 1990
DIE ZERSTRUNG DES SAKRAMENTALEN PRIESTERTUMS DURCH DIE RMISCHE KONZILSKIRCHE


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juli, Sondernr 2/3 1990
2. Die Grndung der Kirche als eines heiligen Reiches 'in dieser Welt'


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Oktober 1990
ANMERKUNGEN ZUR THEOLOGIE VON H.H. P. GROSS


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Oktober 1990
DER KAMPF GEGEN DIE HEILIGE MESSE


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Dezember 1990
DIE BULLE CUM EX APOSTOLATUS OFFICIO VON PAPST PAUL IV.


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Dezember 1990
ZWISCHEN ZWEI STHLEN


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Mrz 1991
DER HL. LAURENTIUS VON BRINDISI


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat April-Sondernr 1991
DIE ZERSTRUNG DES SAKRAMENTALEN PRIESTERTUMS DURCH DIE RMISCHE KONZILSKIRCHE


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat April-Sondernr 1991
KAPITEL III: DIE AKTUELLE VERWIRKLICHUNG


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat April-Sondernr 1991
KAPITEL IV: DIE FRAGE NACH DEM SOG. SPENDER


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat April-Sondernr 1991
KAPITEL V: DIE STNDIGE ANGLEICHUNG


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat September 1989
DIE STELLUNG DER KIRCHE IM POLITISCHEN LEBEN DES RMERREICHES


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat November 1989
NEW AGE, Vorwort


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat November 1989
NEW AGE, Ausfhrung II


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Dezember 1989
ZUR PROBLEMATIK DER RESTITUTION DER KIRCHLICHEN HIERARCHIE


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Dezember 1989
DIE ENTWICKLUNG DER KIRCHLICHEN VERFASSUNG BIS ZUM 5. JAHRHUNDERT


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar 1990
AUF DEM WEG ZUR WELTEINHEITSRELIGION


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar 1990
UBI PETRUS - IBI ECCLESIA


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat April 1990
ZUR PROBLEMATIK DER RESTITUTION DER KIRCHLICHEN HIERARCHIE


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat April 1990
BISCHFLICHE ERKLRUNG


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Januar 1989
DIE KRISE DES GLAUBENS UND DER VERFALL DER RM.-KATH. KIRCHE


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juli 1988
BRIEF VON S.E. BISCHOF CARMONA AN EINEN MODERNISTISCHEN PRIESTER


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat September 1988
DIE ZWIELICHTIGKEIT DER GESTALT JOHANNES XXIII., Fortsetz.


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Oktober 1988
ZUR PERSON VON MGR. MARCEL LEFEBVRE


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Dezember 1988
NACHRICHTEN, NACHRICHTEN, NACHRICHTEN


Ausgabe Nr. 8 Monat Mrz 1989
GEHRTEN RONCALLI UND MONTINI DER LOGE AN?


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat April-Sondernr 1988
KIRCHE OHNE RELIGION UND RELIGIONSLOSE KIRCHEN


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat April-Sondernr 1988
KIRCHE OHNE RELIGION UND RELIGIONSLOSE KIRCHEN, Fortsetz


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juli 1987
ber die christliche Taufe und das Tauf-Sakrament


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juli 1987
STELLUNGNAHME ZU DEM ARTIKEL DIE KRISE DER APOSTOLISCHEN SUKZESSION...


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juli 1987
KOMMENTAR ZU DEM DOKUMENT 'DIALOG UND MISSION'


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat November 1987
DIE PARUSIE, IV. Kap


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat November 1987
DIE PARUSIE, V. Kap


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat November 1987
DIE PARUSIE, IX. Kap


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat November 1987
DIE PARUSIE, X. Kap und Anhang


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Mrz 1988
KIRCHE OHNE RELIGION UND RELIGIONSLOSE KIRCHEN


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Mrz 1988
NEW AGE


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Mrz 1988
WARUM DER STANDPUNKT DER PRIESTERBRUDERSCHAFT ST. PIUS X. VON MGR. LEFEBVRE VERWORFEN WERDEN MUSS


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat April 1986
DER WIEDERAUFBAU DER KIRCHLICHEN HIERARCHIE


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat April 1986
UNTERWEGS ZUR WELTEINHEITSRELIGION


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juli 1986
ZUM TODE VON HERRN DR. HUGO MARIA KELLNER


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat September 1986
... DEN LEIB DES HERRN NICHT MEHR UNTERSCHEIDEN...


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat November 1986
REV.FR. MCKENNA ZUM BISCHOF GEWEIHT


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Januar 1987
ZUM 'MYSTERIUM FIDEI'


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat April 1985
WIEDERVEREINIGUNGSVERSUCHE BIS ZUM PONTIFIKAT PIUS XII.


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat Juli 1985
SEELSORGE IN MEXIKO


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Oktober 1985
Es WRE ZU BEDENKEN


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Dezember 1985
BRIEF VON HERRN PROF. DR. D. WENDLAND AN DIE REDAKTION


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar/Mrz 1986
DER WIEDERAUFBAU DER KIRCHLICHEN HIERARCHIE


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar/Mrz 1986
KRNUNGSEID DES PAPSTES


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar/Mrz 1986
AN IHREN FRCHTEN WERDET IHR SIE ERKENNEN


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar/Mrz 1986
DIE KOMMUNION ALS OPFERMAHL


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Juli 2006
Armenische Passion


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Mai 1984
DIE ZERSTRUNG DER HL, MESSE IM SOG. 'N.O.M.'


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat September 2013
Die Irrtmer des II. Vatikanums und ihre berwindung


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat August 1984
ZUR BISCHOFSWEIHE VON MGR. GNTHER STORCK


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat August 1984
DER GESALBTE ANTICHRIST


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar 1985
EINE HRETISCHE 'ERKLRUNG'


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar 1985
DIE ZERSTRUNG DER HL. MESSE IM SOG. 'N.O.M.'


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat September 2006
The Autobiography of Mgr. Pierre Martin Ng-dinh-Thuc - Misericordias Domini in aeternum cantabo


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat September 2006
The Autobiography of Mgr. Ng-dinh-Thuc - Part 2


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat September 2006
The Autobiography of Mgr. Ng-dinh-Thuc - Part 3


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat September 2006
The Autobiography of Mgr. Ng-dinh-Thuc - Part 4


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Mai 1983
Die Ereignisse der beiden letzten Jahre


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Mai 1983
EIN BRIEF VON BISCHOF MOISES CARMONA


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juli 1983
DIE MACHT HINTER ECONES THRON


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat August 1983
Die Wojtylanische Diktatur


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat August 1983
IST MAN SCHISMATIKER, WENN MAN DEN STUHL DES HEILIGEN PETRUS .... FR UNBESETZT ... HLT


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat August 1983
NOCH EINMAL: ZUM PROBLEM DES 'UNA CUM' IM 'TE IGITUR' DER HL. MESSE


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat August 1983
WIDER DIE PROPHEZEIHUNGEN DES SOG. ROMAN CATHOLIC


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat August 1983
BRIEF VON H.H. P. BARBARA AN DIE REDAKTION


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Oktober 1983
Die Wojtylanische Diktatur


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Oktober 1983
HELDEN MIT AUSZEICHNUNG UNERWNSCHT


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Oktober 1983
AUTORITT UND SEDISVAKANZ


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar 1984
BERICHT AUS BRSSEL


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar 1984
FRONTWECHSEL


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar 1984
DIE ZERSTRUNG DER HL. MESSE IM SOG. 'N.O.M.'


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat Mrz 1984
Eine Erklrung von Mgr. M.L. Gurard des Lauriers


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat Mrz 1984
DIE KIRCHE DER LETZTEN TAGE


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat Mrz 1984
REFLEXIONEN UND MOMENTE EINER KRITISCHEN ANALYSE


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat Mrz 1984
DIE ZERSTRUNG DER HL. MESSE IM SOG. 'N.O.M.'


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Mai 1982
BRIEF AN S.E. MGR. PIERRE MARTIN NG-DINH-THUC


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Mai 1982
M. LEFEBVRE IN MEXIKO


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat August 1982
T E S T I F I C A T I O


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat August 1982
BISCHOFSWEIHE S.E. MGR. BENIGNO BRAVO UND MGR. ROBERTO MARTINEZ


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat August 1982
ERZBISCHOF PETER MARTIN NGO-DINH-THUC


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat August 1982
MGR. LEFEBVRE CONTRA MGR. LEFEBVRE


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat Oktober 1982
OFFENER BRIEF AN DIE ... KULTURGEMEINSCHAFT ST. PLUS X. E.V.


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Dezember 1982
EIN BRIEF VON BISCHOF MOISES CARMONA


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat Mrz 1982
DECLARATIO


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat Mrz 1982
Epistola


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat Mrz 1982
Declaration concernant Palmar


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat Mrz 1982
BISCHOFSWEIHEN


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Mai 1981
SEQUENZ ZUM HL. FRONLEICHNAMSFEST


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juli 1981
TRADITIONALISTISCHER PROTESTANTISMUS


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat August 1981
BRIEFAUSZUG


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat August 1981
ZUM PROBLEM DES UNA CUM


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat August 1981
DIE FALSCHE KUMENE DES MODERNISTISCHEN ROM


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat August 1981
DER HL. RABANUS MAURUS


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Oktober 1981
ZU EINER VERLAUTBARUNG VON MONSEIGNEUR LEFEBVRE


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar 1982
KURZE BESCHREIBUNG DES TRADITIONALISMUS IN MEXIKO


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar 1982
PREDIGT VOM 4. OKTOBER 1981


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar 1982
STELLUNGNAHME ZU DEM STANDPUNKT VON MGR. MARCEL LEFEBVRE


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Mai 1980
PRZISE ZIELE!


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Mai 1980
NACHRICHTEN, NACHRICHTEN, NACHRICHTEN...


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Mai 1980
SECTE ORTHODOXE?


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juni 1980
DER GREUEL DER VERWSTUNG


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juni 1980
QU'EST-CE DIRE: LA NOUVELLE MESSE PEUT TRE VALIDE ?


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juni 1980
LETTRES


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juni 1980
CAHIERS de CASSICIACUM


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat September 1980
CHRISTUS NOVUM INSTITUIT PASCHA...


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat September 1980
ANTWORT VON H.H. PFARRER HANS MILCH


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat September 1980
RALLIONS-NOUS : L'EXEMPLE VIENT D'EN-HAUT


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Oktober 1980
DIE KATZE LSST DAS MAUSEN NICHT.


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Oktober 1980
RCKGABE VON MENSCH UND WELT


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Oktober 1980
CHRISTUS NOVUM INSTITUIT PASCHA...


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Oktober 1980
CHRISTUS NOVUM INSTITUIT PASCHA... Fortsetzung


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Oktober 1980
REPONSE DE HR L'ABBE HANS MILCH AUX QUESTIONS


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Dezember 1980
KOEXISTENZ DER VOR- UND NACHKONZILIAREN RITEN?


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Dezember 1980
RIEN QUE L'ANCIENNE MESSE -THE OLD MASS ONLY fr/eng


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar 1981
DER NOVUS ORDO MISSAE: EINE GEGEN-MESSE


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar 1981
QUE SIGNIFIE LA COEXISTENCE DES RITES PRE- ET POSTCONCILIAIRES


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat April 1981
Protestation de Foi Catholique - franz/deutsch


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat April 1981
A CO-EXISTANCE OF THE PRE- AND POSTCONCILIAR RITES


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat Dezember 2006
Przise Ziele!


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Mai 1979
MGR. LEFEBVRES BRIEF AN MGR. WOJTYLA MIT EINER STELLUNGNAHME DES H.H. GURARD DES LAURIERS


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juli 1979
BRIEF AN MGR. LEFEBVRE


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juli 1979
BRIEF DES PRSIDENTEN DER ASSOCIATION ST. PIE V AN MGR. LEFEBVRE


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Oktober 1979
NOCH EINMAL: PRZISE FRAGEN AN ECONE


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Dezember 1979
LETTRE OUVERTE SON EXCELLENCE MGR. MARCEL LEFBVRE


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Dezember 1979
Enzyklika Casti connubii


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Dezember 1979
OFFENER BRIEF AN HERRN PROF.DR. HEINZ KREMERS


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Dezember 1979
WIR STOLZE MENSCHENKINDER ...


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar 1980
BRIEF VON PATER DES LAURIERS AN DIE REDAKTION


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar 1980
WIEDER EINMAL DER 'NOM'


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar 1980
OFFENER BRIEF AN S. EXCELLENZ MGR. MARCEL LEFBVRE


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat April 1980
KATECHISMUS DER KATHOLISCHEN RELIGION


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat April 1980
POUR VOUS ET POUR TOUS - LE PROGRAMME DE JEAN-PAUL II


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Juni 1978
Konzil von Trient: Dekret ber das Sakrament der Eucharistie - ERLSUNG


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Juni 1978
CONTRA MURMURANTES


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juli 1978
EIN INTERESSANTES DOKUMENT


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juli 1978
GEDANKEN ZUM HEUTIGEN PRIESTERMANGEL


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat Oktober 1978
RGERNIS VOR GOTT UND DEN MENSCHEN


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat November 1978
RECHTGLUBIGE SEKTE ?


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat November 1978
DIE KIRCHE ALS DIE WAHRE INSTITUTION DES HEILS


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Dezember 1978
DER STUHL PETRI IST WEITERHIN VAKANT


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Dezember 1978
SIE LGEN, PATER WERENFRIED


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Dezember 1978
BRIEF VON KARDINAL BOURNE AUS DEM JAHRE 1928


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat April 1979
DIE HL. MESSE IST KEINE BLOSSE DISZIPLINARSACHE!


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat April 1979
VERE ANTIQUI ERRORIS NOVI REPARATORES!


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat April 1979
HRESIE VOR DEM AMTSANTRITT


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Mai 1977
SIND WIR VORBEREITET ?


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juli 1977
DIE LITURGISCHE SPRACHE


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat September 1977
Konzil von Trient: Dekret ber das Meopfer


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat November 1977
DIE DOGMATISCHEN BESTIMMUNGEN DES TRIDENTINUMS ZUR PRIESTERWEIHE


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Dezember 1977
FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE VOR HUNDERT JAHREN


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar 1978
DIE ABSICHTEN UND DAS ZIEL DES BENEDIKTINERS ODO CASEL


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar 1978
GEGENWART DER KIRCHE IN DER WELT


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat April 1978
DIE LITRUGISCHE SPRACHE


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Februar 2007
EN LA ENCRUCIJADA


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Februar 2007
la croise des chemins


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Februar 2007
At the crossroads


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Februar 2007
Y seris como Dios (Gn. 3, 5)


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Februar 2007
And thou wilt be like God (Gen. 3,5)


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Mai 1976
LITERATURHINWEIS


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juli 1976
DIE FEIER DER KINDERTAUFE


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juli 1976
DER KRNUNGSEID DES PAPSTES


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juli 1976
AKTIVE TEILNAHME


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat September 1976
NEUERE BEITRGE ZUM GESCHEHEN UM ECONE


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Oktober 1976
STELLUNGNAHME ZUM INTERVIEW KARL RAHNERS


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Oktober 1976
MEIN VOLK, GEDENKE DOCH! (Mich. 6,5)


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Dezember 1976
DIE LETZTE LUNG


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar 1977
AKTIVE TEILNAHME


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat April 1977
AKTIVE TEILNAHME


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat Februar 2007
MISERICORDIAS DOMINI IN AETERNUM CANTABO, 1er continuation


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat Februar 2007
MISERICORDIAS DOMINI IN AETERNUM CANTABO, 4. continuation


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat Februar 2007
MISERICORDIAS DOMINI IN AETERNUM CANTABO, 5. continuation


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat Februar 2007
APPENDICE


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat August 1975
ADAM, WO BIST DU!


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat August 1975
LISTE DER EINWNDE GEGEN DEN NOVUS ORDO MISSAE


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat August 1975
BEITRGE ZUM GESCHEHEN UM ECNE


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Mai 1975
Beata nobis gaudia


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat Mai 1975
Sie glauben noch an ein Paradies?


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juni 1975
ADAM, WO BIST DU!


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Oktober 1975
LISTE DER EINWNDE GEGEN DEN NOVUS ORDO MISSAE


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Oktober 1975
DAS NEUE 'MISSALE ROMANUM'


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Oktober 1975
FRAU, SIEHE, DEIN SOHN!


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat Oktober 1975
BEITRGE ZUM GESCHEHEN UM ECNE


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Dezember 1975
EIN KIND IST UNS GEBOREN - EIN SOHN IST UNS GESCHENKT


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Dezember 1975
FRAU, SIEHE, DEIN SOHN!


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Dezember 1975
DIE BESTIMMUNGEN DES TRIDENTINUMS ZUR HL. MESSE


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Dezember 1975
LESERBRIEFE IN AUSZGEN


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar 1976
EMPFEHLUNGEN, WIE SICH DIE GLUBIGEN IN DER JETZIGEN NOTLAGE DER KIRCHE VERHALTEN SOLLTEN.


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Februar 1976
AKTIVE TEILNAHME


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat April 1974
GLTIGE UND WIRKSAME MATERIE


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Mai 1974
GLTIGE UND WIRKSAME MATERIE - II.


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Mai 1974
DIE NEUE RELIGION


Ausgabe Nr. 78 Monat Oktober/Nov. 1974
GLTIGE FORM


Ausgabe Nr. 78 Monat Oktober/Nov. 1974
SIND DIE NEUEN HOCHGEBETE ANNEHMBAR?


Ausgabe Nr. 9 Monat Dezember 1974
CORNELIUS UND CYPRIAN


Ausgabe Nr. 9 Monat Dezember 1974
DER ANFANG DER TUSCHUNG


Ausgabe Nr. 9 Monat Dezember 1974
DER UNSICHTBARE OPFERER-PRIESTER


Ausgabe Nr. 9 Monat Dezember 1974
ANTWORT


Ausgabe Nr. 10 Monat Jan./Februar-dopp. Nr. 1975
DIE GETREUE INTENTION


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat Mrz 1975
DIE EHEZWECKE


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat Mrz 1975
DIE UNGLTIGKEIT DER NEUEN MESSE VON ANFANG AN, Fortsetzung


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat Mai 2007
DIASPORA


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat April 1972
WURZEL, STAMM UND KRONE


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Mai 1972
HRESIE VOR DEM AMTSANTRITT


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Mai 1972
DIE LEONINISCHEN GEBETE


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Mai 1972
Wurzel, Stamm und Krone


Ausgabe Nr. 8 Monat November 1972
Kurze Zusammenfassung der Argumente fr das 'fr viele'


Ausgabe Nr. 8 Monat November 1972
Wurzel, Stamm und Krone


Ausgabe Nr. 9 Monat Dezember 1972
Die Messe des hl. Pius V. ist immer noch erlaubt


Ausgabe Nr. 10 Monat Januar 1973
Offener Brief an die guten Priester


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Februar 1973
DIE HOCHZEIT ZU KANA


Ausgabe Nr. 8 Monat November 1973
Wurzel, Stamm und Krone


Ausgabe Nr. 8 Monat November 1973
BRIEF DER REDAKTION


Ausgabe Nr. 9 Monat Dezember 1973
Das Geburtsjahr Christi und die Schtzung des Quirinus


Ausgabe Nr. 10 Monat Januar 1974
Die gltige Materie, das Offertorium, Ich


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Februar 1974
Zum Tode von Bischof Blasius Sigebald Kurz OFM


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat Mrz 1974
Papa haereticus


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat Mrz 1974
Wollt auch ihr weggehen?


Ausgabe Nr. 1 Monat April 1973
DER VERLORENE SOHN


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Mai 1973
Tuet Bue!


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat Juni 1973
DER HL. BONIFATIUS - ZUM FEST AM 5. JUNI


Ausgabe Nr. 3 Monat Juni 1973
VERNDERUNGEN IM MISSALE


Ausgabe Nr. 45 Monat Juli/August 1973
THEOLOGISCHE UND JURISTISCHE BEDEUTUNG DER BULLE QUO PRIMUM


Ausgabe Nr. 45 Monat Juli/August 1973
Wurzel, Stamm und Krone


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat September 1973
VORLUFER, NACHLUFER, MITLUFER


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat September 1973
VOLKSSPRACHE IN DER LITURGIE?


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat September 1973
Gehorcht!


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat Oktober 1973
Darf ein Papst den Ritus ndern?


Ausgabe Nr. 7 Monat Oktober 1973
Die heilige Messe


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat August 2007
Enzyklika Casti connubii - Anmerkungen


Ausgabe Nr. 13 Monat September 2007
Carta a Su Eminencia el obispo XXX


Ausgabe Nr. 13 Monat September 2007
Letter to His Excellency xxxx


Ausgabe Nr. 13 Monat September 2007
LA SANTISIMA TRINIDAD


Ausgabe Nr. 13 Monat September 2007
Et vous serez comme Dieu


Ausgabe Nr. 13 Monat September 2007
Declaratio


Ausgabe Nr. 13 Monat September 2007
Declaracin


Ausgabe Nr. 13 Monat September 2007
Declaration


Ausgabe Nr. 13 Monat September 2007
Dichiarazione


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Oktober 2007
Das freimaurerische Prinzip


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Oktober 2007
Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum von Benedikt XVI.vom 7. Juli 2007


Ausgabe Nr. 5 Monat Oktober 2007
Die Falle der Motu-Proprio-Messe


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat Fvrier 1982
COEXISTENCE PACIFIQUE?


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat Fvrier 1982
RIEN QUE L'ANCIENNE MESSE - EXEGESE D' UN SLOGAN


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat August 1982
THE OLD MASS ONLY


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Mai 1984
CATHOLIC RESISTANCE AGAINST MODERNISM


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Mai 1984
Is Mgr. Lefebvre a validly consecrated bishop?


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Mai 1984
ANOINTED ANTICHRISTS


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Mai 1984
LE TEMPS DE L'APOCALYPSE


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Mai 1984
THE LATTER DAY CHURCH


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat August 1984
Paganisation of the Liturgy in India


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat August 1984
SERPENTS OINTS PAR LE SAINT ESPRIT


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat August 1984
DECLARAT ION OF MGR. M.L. GURARD DES LAURIERS


Ausgabe Nr. 13 Monat Oktobre 1984
SACRE DE M. L'ABBE GNTHER STORCK


Ausgabe Nr. 13 Monat Oktobre 1984
QUE PENSER DE LA MISE AU POINT DE M. ALPHONSE EISELE?


Ausgabe Nr. 13 Monat Oktobre 1984
LIFE IN APOCALYPTICAL TIME


Ausgabe Nr. 13 Monat Oktobre 1984
IMPUDENT!


Ausgabe Nr. 13 Monat Oktobre 1984
L'GLISE DES DERNIERS TEMPS


Ausgabe Nr. 14 Monat Decembre 1984
NAVIDAD! NAVIDAD!


Ausgabe Nr. 14 Monat Decembre 1984
LE CAS DU PAPE HONORIUS (625-638)


Ausgabe Nr. 14 Monat Decembre 1984
LA TETE EST NECESSAIRE


Ausgabe Nr. 14 Monat Decembre 1984
DE ECCLESIAE CAPITE


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat May 1980
PEACEFUL CO-EXISTENCE?


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat May 1980
ITE, MISSA EST


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat May 1980
ONCE MORE: PRECISE QUESTIONS TO ECNE


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat May 1980
FOR ALL AND FOR YOU - THE PROGRAMME OF JOHN PAUL II.


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat June 1980
A PROCLAMATION ON 'THE NEW MASS AND THE POPE'


Ausgabe Nr. 13 Monat Februar 1981
NOVUS ORDO MISSAE: AN ANTI-MASS. Part 1


Ausgabe Nr. 13 Monat Februar 1981
NOVUS ORDO MISSAE: AN ANTI-MASS, Part 2


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat July 1981
VATICANUM 2 NEW RITES - ARE THEY VALID?


Ausgabe Nr. 6 Monat Dezember 2007
Das Motu Proprio nchtern betrachtet


Ausgabe Nr. 13 Monat August 1981
EXTRAIT DE LETTRE


Ausgabe Nr. 13 Monat August 1981
LE CANON 188, N 4 OU: OU EST L'EGLISE


Ausgabe Nr. 13 Monat August 1981
UN COMMUNIQUE DE MONSEIGNEUR LEFBVRE


Ausgabe Nr. 13 Monat August 1981
EXTRAIT DE LA BULLE DE PAUL IV: CUM EX APOSTOLATUS OFFICIO


Ausgabe Nr. 13 Monat August 1981
LETTRE A MSGR. LEFBVRE


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat Juni 1985
LES PRISES D'ARNAUD LE DOUANIER


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat Juni 1985
A CUSTOMS-OFFICER'S PRIZE


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat Juni 1985
L'ANTI-CHRIST ET L'GLISE OFFICIELLE


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat April 1985
MONTRE-MOI TES CHEMINS, SEIGNEUR


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat April 1985
OUR LADY OF FATIMA AND THE HOLY FATHER


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat April 1985
DE APOSTOLICA SEDE


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat April 1985
HOW THE ROMAN CITADEL COLLAPSED


Ausgabe Nr. 14 Monat February 1984
Pastoral-Brief/Epistola pastoralis/LETTRE PASTORALE-dt/lat/fr


Ausgabe Nr. 14 Monat February 1984
CATHOLIQUES CONTRE IMPOSTEURS


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat July 1983
Where do we stand?


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat July 1983
Ou en sommes-nous?


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat July 1983
JUAN PABLO II. NO ES UN PAPA CATOLICO


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat July 1983
ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOPS SPEAK


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat July 1983
VATICAN II FACE LA TRADITION


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat July 1983
REPONSE DE M. L'ABB MILCH A LA LETTRE OUVERTE DU M. HELLER


Ausgabe Nr. 13 Monat Oktober 1983
FALSE BISHOPS AND TRUE BISHOPS


Ausgabe Nr. 13 Monat Oktober 1983
OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE


Ausgabe Nr. 13 Monat Oktober 1983
EST-ON SCHISMATIQUE SI ON JUGE QUE LE SIEGE DE SAINT PIERRE EST ACTUELLEMENT OCCUPE


Ausgabe Nr. 13 Monat Oktober 1983
IS ONE A SCHISMATIC, WHEN IN OUR DAYS ONE CONSIDERS THE CHAIR OF ST. PETER AS VACANT


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat April 1983
AGAINST THE 'PROPHECY' OF THE SO-CALLED 'ROMAN CATHOLIC'


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat April 1983
THE ARIANISM - AN EXAMPLE FOR THE EXISTENCE OF THE CONSENSUS FIDELIUM


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat April 1983
CONTRARIES PAR LA CONSECRATION D'VQUES CATHOLIQUES


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat April 1983
LETTRE OUVERTE D'AMERIQUE AUX FRERES DANS LA FOI


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat April 1983
Concerning the problem of the 'una cum'


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Mai 1981
LE NOVUS ORDO MISSAE: UNE ANTI-MESSE


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Mai 1981
SEULEMENT, QUAND LE FILS DE L'HOMME REVIENDRA TROUVERA-TIL LA FOI SUR LA TERRE?


Ausgabe Nr. 14 Monat Oktober 1981
LETTRE OUVERTE A MGR. MARCEL LEFEBVRE


Ausgabe Nr. 14 Monat Oktober 1981
LA BANDE DES QUATRE


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juni 1980
Beilage II zu EINSICHT X(2) Juni 1980: Die neue Messe und der Papst


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat May 1980
APPEL DU 16.4.1979


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat June 1980
Vox FIDEl: LA VOIX DE LA FOl OU L'ORGANE DES SOUHAITS


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat February 2008
ARE POST CONCILIAR RITES VALID?


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat February 2008
THE NEW RITE OF BAPTISM


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat February 2008
THE NEW RITE OF BAPTISM - PART II


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat February 2008
LETTER FROM A PRIEST


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat Decembre 1982
LETTRE DE L'EVEQUE MEXICAIN MOISES CARMONA


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat Decembre 1982
CURRICULUM VITAE OF MGR. LOUIS VEZELIS O.F.M. (engl.)


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat Decembre 1982
Some Remarks concerning the Consecrations by Mgr. Ng-dinh-Thuc and Mgr. Carmona


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat Decembre 1982
ALGUNAS CONSIDERACIONES SOBRE LAS CONSAGRACIONES EPISCOPALES


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat Decembre 1982
STORM CLOUDS OVER THE WHOLE WORLD


Ausgabe Nr. 15 Monat Decembre 1981
BREVE RESEA SOBRE EL TRADICIONALISMO EN MEXICO


Ausgabe Nr. 15 Monat Decembre 1981
POUR VOUS ET POUR TOUS - LE PROGRAMME DE JEAN-PAUL II


Ausgabe Nr. 15 Monat Decembre 1981
SECTE ORTHODOXE ?


Ausgabe Nr. 15 Monat Decembre 1981
HOMELIE DU 4 OCTOBRE 1981


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat August 1982
A ROMAN CATHOLIC BISHOP SPEAKS


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat August 1982
JURAMENTO DE CONSERVAR Y PRESERVAR LA UNIDAD DE LA IGLESIA


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat August 1982
CURRICULUM VITAE DEL R.P. JOSE DE JESUS ROBERTO MARTINEZ Y GUTIERREZ


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat August 1982
LE CAS BARBARA


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat August 1982
THE CASE BARBARA


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat August 1982
ANSWER OF REVEREND FATHER HANS MILCH


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat August 1982
ANTICHRIST


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat August 1982
THE QUESTION OF THE PAPACY TODAY


Ausgabe Nr. 4 Monat September 2001
Die Bulle >Cum ex apostolatus officio< von Papst Paul IV.


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I believe in the holy Catholic Church, the communion of saints


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A PAPAL ELECTION UNDER THE PRESENT CIRCUMSTANCES


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DECLARATION: On John Paul II's death


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Apostasa y Confusin


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LA BULA DE PAULO IV


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Pauls' IV. Bulle Cum ex apostolatus officio - Appendix


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LA VALIDEZ CE LOS RITOS POSTCONCILIARES CUESTIONADA


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BIBLIOGRAFIA: VALIDEZ CUESTIONADA DE LOS NUEVOS RITOS POSTCONCILIARES


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PASCENDI DOMINICI GREGIS


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PASCENDI DOMINICI GREGIS - CONTIN. 1


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PASCENDI DOMINICI GREGIS - CONTIN. 2


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ENSEIGNEMENT DE PIE XII POUR DFENDRE LES CRITURES


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PROCLAMATION CONCILIAIRE CONCERNANT LA LIBERT RELIGIEUSE


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EL PROBLEMA DE LA RESTITUCION DE LA JERARQUIA CATOLICA


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EL PROBLEMA DE LA RESTITUCION DE LA JERARQUIA CAT. 1.Cont


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EL PROBLEMA DE LA RESTITUCION DE LA JERARQUIA CAT. 2.Cont


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EL TEMA DE LA RESTAURACION DE LA JERARQUIA CATOLICA


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LA RESTAURACION DE LA JERARQUIA CATOLICA - BIBLIOGRAFIA


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REPLICA AL ARTICULO 'APOSTASIA Y CONFUSION'


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DICTAMEN SOBRE UNA ELECION PAPAL EN LAS PRESENTES CIRCUNSTANCIAS


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ELIGENDUS EST PAPA


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat April 2009
Die Holocaust-Latte liegt zu hoch!


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Dokumente zum Fall Williamson


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Mai 2009
The Holocaust Bar is too High


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Mai 2009
SATIS COGNITUM


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Documents about the Case Williamson


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Mai 2009
Sedevacantists Believe in the Holy Roman Catholic Church‏


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Von der wahren Kirche Christi


Ausgabe Nr. 12 Monat September 2009
Aeterni Patris, engl


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Aeterni Patris, span


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Le bon sens catholique


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REFLEXIONES SOBRE LA NATIVIDAD DE NUESTRO SEOR


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Die Gttlichkeit des Christentums


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Christmas Letter 2009


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Humani Generis


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Festividad de Cristo Rey


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St. Leo the Great


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LEGLISE CATHOLIQUE-ROMAINE DE LA DIASPORA


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Estado de emergencia: afianzado en cemento


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Consolazioni per i fedeli


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Al crocevia


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Novena To The Holy Ghost


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Auctorem fidei - III


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Auctorem fidei - IV


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Die Synode von Pistoia und ihre Verurteilung durch Pius VI.


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Breve Pius VI. an den Bischof von Chiusi und Pienza


Ausgabe Nr. 11 Monat Februar 2011
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B. 10. a - 11. Aber ist die an den gesamten Klerus der Rest-Kirche gerichtete Forderung


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Clerical Abuse


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E sarete come Dio (Gn. 3, 5)


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A proposito della situazione attuale della Chiesa


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Al crocevia


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SOBRE LA REALIDAD Y LA EXITENCIA DEL PURGATORIO


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Vom klerikalen Mibrauch in traditionalistischen Kreisen


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Ein Besuch bei Fr. Krier in Las Vegas/USA


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Der Wiederaufbau der Kirche als Institution


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Brief an Herrn Gilbert Gris


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Verwechslung mit Folgen


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Erneut auf dem Prfstand


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Hart, aber fair - ein Briefwechsel zur aktuellen kirchlichen Situation


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Null und nichtig der Ritus der Bischofsweihe von 1968


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Habemus Papam? Zur Wahl von Jorge Mario Bergoglio


Ausgabe Nr. 2 Monat Juni 2013
Null und nichtig der Ritus der Bischofsweihe von 1968


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NACHRICHTEN, NACHRICHTEN, NACHRICHTEN...


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Das erzieherische Wirken der Kirche


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Leserbrief zu: Gehrt der Islam zu Deutschland?


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Islamisches Recht (arīa) mit dem Grundgesetz vereinbar?(1)


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Die Irrtmer des II. Vatikanums und ihre berwindung durch die Erkenntnis Christi als Sohn Gottes


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Er sah ihn und ging vorber Priester ohne kirchliche Sendung: das Legitimittsproblem


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Er sah ihn und ging vorber Priester ohne kirchliche Sendung: das Legitimittsproblem


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Et regnabunt cum Christo mille annis


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Et regnabunt cum Christo mille annis


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Et regnabunt cum Christo mille annis


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Et regnabunt cum Christo mille annis


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Arianer, Nicaner, Modernisten, Lefebvristen, Sedisprivationisten, Sedisvakantisten, Nonkonformisten und Schlafmützen: Maran atha! - Komm Herr!


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Leserbriefe


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Die Auserwhlung Marias


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Mitstreiter gesucht Brief an einen Konservativen


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Weihnachten 2019


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Papa contra Papam


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... mit leeren Hnden um Kopf und Kragen


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The Errors of Vatican II and their defeat through Recognizing Christ as Son of God


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Is Jesus Christ the Son of God?


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The Question remains: Is Jesus Christ the Son of God?


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Es Jesucristo el Hijo de Dios?


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Cmo se puede conocer a Cristo como Hijo de Dios: nuevas consideraciones


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Jsus-Christ est-il le Fils de Dieu?


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Les erreurs de Vatican II


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NACHRICHTEN, NACHRICHTEN, NACHRICHTEN...


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Auf dem langsamen Marsch in die Apostasie deutsch englisch


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Das Turiner Grabtuch ein Beweis fr die Existenz Jesu? Teil I


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Hyopstatische Union - Teil 2


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October 9th, 2012 an Oppressing Anniversary


The Autobiography of Mgr. Pierre Martin Ng-dinh-Thuc - Misericordias Domini in aeternum cantabo
 
"Misericordias Domini in aeternum cantabo"
The Autobiography of Mgr. Pierre Martin Ng-dinh-Thuc,
Archbishop of Hu


Translated from French to German by Elisabeth Meurer
Translated from German to English by Mr. Statz

"Misericordias Domini in aeternum cantabo". With this praise of the Prophet, I begin the story of my soul. May these memories stimulate other souls to resort to His infinite mercy to convert and be sanctified.

My insignificant spiritual life resembles a fabric whose threads are the rays of mercy which permeate the material. The mercy of God has descended from all of eternity to cast a glance at this atom that is my soul. God decided to come to this nothingness to surround me with his mercy, ceaselessly embracing me more closely and tightly, even when this miserable nothing attempts to escape the so gentle bonds of my soul's Bridegroom.

Other souls may rightfully turn to God's love in order to love and worship Him: virgin souls, contemplative souls, souls according to the models of the cherubs and the seraphs smelling of sanctity, souls like the ones of the two Theresas from the Carmelite order, and souls such as John of the Cross, Aloysius of Gonzaga, and Padre Pio. They have that right. However, the things concerning my sinful soul: It only has tears to offer the Lord, like Magdalene, and wants only to sing the praises of Gods mercy in this and the next world.

Dear God, the very merciful, you have given me a lifespan and health, that do not lie within my family, so that I have time to repent. I have lived more than 80 years without being seriously ill, equipped with an intelligence that made me a rival in the primary seminary, through Roman-Catholic institutions, and at the Sorbonne in secular and religious knowledge as well as the worldlygiven to me by Gods mercy and which helped me with my conversion.

I am Vietnamese. This origin explains my character. It is like being French explains the holiness of the holy little Theresa of Lisieux and that of Castilian characterizes the great Teresa of Avila. Where does the Vietnamese race come from? If one can believe the millennium of Chinese annals, who have always been our rivals, the Viet occupied the region that the great Yellow River flows through and is now called Peking (Beijing). The Chinese pushed into this very fertile country where the Vietnamese earned their comfortable living. The infinitely less numerous Viet started an unequal fatal battle and lost against these opponents, whose numbers rapidly increased. However the Viet would offer incessant resistancewhence they would be pushed to the souththeir last capitol city in present Chinese territory was Canton.

When Canton was occupied by the heavenly ones, the Viet found an area favourable for defence, a secret path, which, as a result, was named the Gates of Annam (because they blocked the path of the Chinese). The Chinese later were able to breach the gates and occupy the Red River Delta upon which Hanoi was builtand that for almost a thousand years. The Viet never lost courage and finally succeeded in expelling the Chinese, thanks to the heroism of the two sisters Trung-truc and Trung-nhi. The story is these two sisters lost their lives in a valiant battle, but the example of these two Vietnamese Sisters encouraged the Viet to complete their work of driving the Chinese out of Vietnam definitively. Meanwhile, the Vietnamese tried politically and diplomatically to accept a type of vassal state under the Chinese rulers by presenting at various times gifts characteristic of our country, e.g., elephant tusks.

But we must also acknowledge that the 1000 years of Chinese occupation has been beneficial to Vietnam. These advantages were the following: the division of state territory in provinces, prefectures, villagesjust as the middle kingdom waswith specific difference pertaining to the village. Since a Viet village is a small republic, it deals with the state as if they were two separate states. If the state imposed a contribution to war on the village both financially and personally, the village leaders split up the contribution of every villager monetarily and specify which young people should be recruited for the royal army. There was a proverb which expressed the relationship between the state and the village: The kings decrees bow to the customs of the village. The mayor (Ly-tr) was not the village head, but the village council representative to the higher authorities. The strokes of the cane struck him if the authorities were dissatisfied with the village. The members of village council were, firstly, village inhabitants who had a mandarin title (former mandarins), then the intelligentsia (those who had completed the third year examinations for the bachelor's degree, the Licenci, and a doctorate), and lastly the most wealthy influential citizens. This council, in which intelligence, not wealth was pre-eminent, distributed the rice-paddies in equal shares to the citizens. This distribution was carried out every three years from lots with same size but of varying fertility. The citizens owned only the fields that they had cleared themselves while the municipal fields had been cleared by an entrepreneur during the villages establishment. After the acquisition of "No mans land" he recruited volunteers in order to work with them and set up a new village.

This is a social fact that illustrates the Viet spirit of independence toward higher authorities, whereby the prior maintains friendly relationships with the latter at the same time - as between two states. It is evident that all this was swept away by the modern, egalitarian levelling. Was that better or worse? At least the old system was quite equal to the modern one, because we have two kinds of ownership: communal and private. We had redistribution every three years without the intrusion of a totalitarian state.

The citizens independence found a territory in which he could breathe, without however, completely declining the advantages of a centralized state. This thirst for independence lies in the Vietnamese blood and explains this millennial battle against the Chinese, and then against the French, while simultaneously profiting from the advantages of Chinese institutions and the French culture. Our family was always for the British dominion system between Viet Nam and France. We could not realize this dream that would have made France into a leading state, such as England for Canada, Australia, and New Zealand and had enabled the USA, Soviet Russia and Great Britain to be treated as equals.

The Viet is therefore a supporter of personal independence, guaranteed by a dependence on other states. Above all; the Viet is a patriot, whether communist or anti-communist. Ho-chi-Minh and Ng-dinh-Dim were Vit through and through. From a Christian perspective, we are obedient to the Roman Church, especially the class of the simple faithful; but in the intellectual class, though we admit unanimity in the area of the dogmas of faith, we accept diversity in areas that do not affect the dogma.

In a certain fashion this explains my aversion to the intrusive undertakings of the Vatican to impose liturgical elements as canon law. In a word, aversion to the removal of every special feature that exists in each culture. Culture, by the way, is the work of the dear Lord, Who found favour in uniformity but also diversity. Even God is one and threefold. Every human being has his own face. Variety is the decoration of the universe. Why should one prescribe only one way to celebrate Holy Mass, which is solely made up of the consecration? And prescribe it under punishment of suspension and even excommunication? Is that not an abuse of power? In fact, would a Paul of Tarsus have been excommunicated by Peter, since he had consecrated bishops without reporting this to Peter? The Vatican devises rules in order to suppress every liturgical or canonical particular feature of the local churches. It wants uniformity everywhere without considering that the liturgical peculiarities of the Oriental churches go back to the time of the apostles, without considering that every nation has its characteristics that are just as noteworthy as those of Rome. Here are some examples: For the Roman, one stands up as a sign of respect; in Vietnam, one kneels. The Roman extends his arms when praying; the Vietnamese folds his hands in order to pray. The Europeans shake hands as a sign of friendship or as a greeting; the Asians, Chinese and Vietnamese, fold their hands and incline their heads. The more respect accorded to the one who is greeted, the deeper the bow.

Holy Mass consists primarily of the transubstantiation of the species (of bread and wine). If worst comes to worst or in an absolute emergency, the other parts (of the Mass) can be left out. This is the case with captured priests, who celebrate Mass in the darkness of a cell, in order to administer communion to themselves and their fellow prisoners. Jesus consecrated for Passover at the Last Supper according to the Jewish custom. Today, the priest consecrates while standing and bowing, in order to communicate. The Japanese eat while sitting on their heels; the Hindus sit on the floor while eating, the meal spread out on banana leaves; the Chinese and Viet eat with chopsticks. One might be logically surprised that Paul VI condemns those who celebrate in another fashion, according to the liturgy of St. Pius V, for example. With this logic he could have condemned the first Mass celebrated by Jesus.
After Vatican II, however, diversity for trivial matters and uniformity only for essential things is officially done away with. Japanese and Indian hierarchies are strengthened in the adaptation of Mass to their national characteristics. The "Halali" is only for Holy Pius V.s Mass!

I have spoken extensively about this particular case - not only because of the injustice of the condemnation, but particularly because of the unsuitability of the measure, especially because one does not dare apply the same prohibition upon the Oriental liturgies, or the Milan liturgies of St. Ambrose, or Dominican, Mozarabic and Lyon liturgy. Perhaps I was instinctively driven to this respectful observation by the Viet addiction to independence? Let's close this case and study the environment that was crucial for my future.

The family is the first sphere in this environment, a Viet family by race, but a Catholic in a Vietnamese way, which consists of settling problems without waiting for help from others. This is how the Vietnamese church survived when the persecution of the kings robbed her of the foreign priests. Some that had fled into the forests were supported the by Christians who, at the time, thought they were privileged if they could go to the sacraments two or three times in their lives.

The small Vietnamese Christian communities (parishes) were scattered around Viet-territory from the gate of Annam to "Pointe den Caman". Here, their organization was planned for survival. The older Christians, who knew the dogmas of faith better than the others, were named catechists by the missionaries, and chosen to form the upper tier of the parish. The leader controlled the actions that were necessary for the survival and progress of the groups responsible in the Christian community. One was entrusted with the religious instruction of the children and prepared them for communion (if it could take place). Another dealt with visiting the ill and their preparation for death. Still another would prepared the songs, prayers, reading of the epistles and gospel and lead the faithful in Mass prayers without priests, as we do at spiritual Communion.

How should one find the necessary money for worship? to build the small straw chapel? for the trips and the reception of the missionary? To nourish the priest candidates, who were chosen by the Christian community council? The seminary, in the beginning, consisted of a junk in which the only professor lived in. The missionary taught some Latin at night, sufficient enough to speak the words of transubstantiation and the formulas for the Sacraments while during the day the seminarians became fishermen in order to feed the congregation.

When this training was completed they were sent abroad, either to Siam or to Ponlo-Pinang, the general seminary of the Paris Foreign Missions, so that they could be consecrated there. This is how the native secular priests were equipped with their sponsor being the Viet who were driven by their independent instinct, by their craving to manage, - far da se -, without waiting for generous foreign help.

Such was the lay organization of the Vietnamese parish that had been robbed of a priest. Rome called it "Catholic action" and boasted to have created it during Pius IXs and Pius XIIs pontificates. The apostleship among the heathens was known, practiced and was not only embraced by priests, deacons and Bishops, but also by laity, men and women, for 300 years before its resurgence through the two Pius-Popes. The same applies for the founding of a native clergy. These two buttresses of evangelization, invented by the Viet, are an example of the intelligence of this people (the Viet), which the Holy See has treated like an insignificant component of the Church and went so far as to concede them an official hierarchy and a cardinal only after they had received these awards from other countries. With regard to faith, the number of the clerics and the native martyrs, Catholic Vietnam far surpassed theirs. I, however, was somewhat astonished when the good Pope John XXIII asked me, while I, the dean, introduced ten Vietnamese Ordinaries to him: "Where is Vietnam?" And John XXIII was the pastor of the church that had declared 2000 years ago: "I know my sheep, and my sheep know me." Therefore, one cannot be surprised about Paul's VI animosity toward our family and particularly toward me, which went so far as to impose my resignation as Archbishop of Hue before the required retirement age for Bishops. He then appointed one of his minions, who was more inclined toward the politics of "opening for the East". Shortly thereafter this bishop was treated by his old Communist friends as a persona non grata, because he dared to raise his voice against the barriers set up by the Communists against going to Sunday Mass. The Communists did this by imposing public menial tasks on the Catholics during Mass time. And, to let him feel the split even more, the Communists did not allow him to take part in the 1977 Synod with the other Vietnamese Archbishops.

Another Vietnamese Archbishop who was condemned by the communists was my nephew, the Archbishop F. X. Nguyn-vn-Thun, co-adjutor of Saigon. He spends a convict's life in a corner of the southern forest because he helped refugees settle in the south which the Holy See had entrusted him. Catholics aid protests against Brazils government, but they are silent in my nephews case!

Reared from my birth in this Vietnamese atmosphere of militant Catholicism, I assumed the priesthood as my battle station in this world without hesitation, regardless of the work, regardless of death. Therefore I do not have any right to "complain" that I am an Archbishop today, an ex-excommunicated one at that, who can celebrate Holy Mass everyday, but illogically" does not have permission to hear the confessions of the Vietnamese refugees who are unable to confess in French.

This is the racial and religious environmentand family atmospherewith which providence has encompassed me. I am a Ng. Ng is one of the family names in Vietnam. I believe that I am not mistaken, when I claim that the number of Vit family names does not exceed one hundred. The name with the most descendants is Nguyn, with the most prolific branch being the royal family. The one with the least family members is mine. According to legend, the Ng descendants were the first native royal family in an independent Vietnam. Perhaps this explains our patriotism and devotion to our country a little. Beyond the legend of our royal descent, no other Ng was evident in Vietnam's history until the brilliant, yet tragic, appearance of our family.

No Vietnamese will ever forget the name Ng-dinh-Kh. It is my fathers name. He died a thousand deaths. Why? Because he had not voted for the deposition of the Emperor Thanh-Thai with the other court dignitaries who had been illegally imposed upon us by France's representative in Annam (central Vietnam). The name of our eldest brother was Ng-dinh-Khi who was buried alive with his only son because he had refused to become a minister in the Communist Premier government will not be forgotten. He regarded it as irreconcilable to be Catholic and a Communist official. Rather die than to soil oneself. After all, everyone knows and respects the Vietnamese name Ng-dinh-Dim, father of the Republic of Vietnam, and those of Ng-dinh-Nhu and Ng-dinh-Cn, presidential employees, all three were killed by the CIA. Two Ngs escaped this organized slaughtering by Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge, a Freemason. The first is my brother Ng-dinh-Luyn, who was at the time ambassador in London and was not in Vietnam at the time. He graduated from the Ecole Centrale des Ingnieurs (Paris). The other is myself. I was called to Rome to participate in Vatican Council II. Luyn has 13 children and Nhu had 4 children. I hope that despite their distance away from home, since they live in Europe, they will not forget the family tradition: to dedicate oneself completely to the service of God and homeland.

Here a little insertion: What does this word dinh mean, squeezed in between Ng and the first name, such as Dim and Thuc? This word indicates the branch of the family, since Ng-dc exists, without the "insertion, as with King Ng Guyn.

My father Ng-dinh-Kh, whose childhood and personal background was illustrated in Doce me (the abbreviated biography), deserves to remain in memory, as the first one who worked to introduce the French language into central Vietnam. He did it out of patriotism. At the time the French practically ruled Annam. According to the agreements between France as victors and the defeated emperor of Vietnam, however, Annam should have "enjoyed" the status of a protectorate and not just a colony. That was not the lot for wealthy Cochinchina, whose inhabitants became "subjects" and not French "citizens." Annam, then, was actually ruled by a French Governor, and who as a minister of the king forced French upon his domestics. They spoke a French gibberish" that they had learned in their master's kitchen service. Therefore my father devised a plan to first teach the educated Vietnamese correct French, and then the young Vietnamese of royal origin. For that reason he established the Collge National in Vietnam: Quo-hoo. A somewhat mad adventure. At his request, the "noble" fathers gave him only their concubines children and he had to "pay" these students! But later many of these would become government officials! So, the sons of the concubines from the lowest class of the royal offspring became doctors of medicine, lawyers, high officials, dentists, the intellects of French culture. My brothers, the eldest Ng-dinh-Khi, and the future first president of the Republic of South Vietnam were patronized and ascended the ranks of the mandarinates with ease, thanks to these men instructed by my father. My father was chosen to be young King Thnh-This, teacher and later became a royal minister. These honours were the cause of dreadful trials for my father when the Governor General in central Vietnam, Mr. Levque decided to dethrone Thn-Thi under the pretext of insanity. This was an infringement of the authorization contained in the French-Vietnamese treaty. This occurred because this young king, intelligent and active, would not be content with only the prerogative of naming brilliant forces for the villages' protection, and had the idea to "militarize" his numerous concubines by teaching them to march and manoeuvre with wooden guns. All this transpired in the Forbidden City and was therefore not visible to the average people.

Governor Leveque had the court mandarins called together illegally and ordered them to unanimously vote for the sovereign's deposition. With exception of my father, these mandarins obeyed slavishly. Sentenced to the stripping of all his mandarin titles, my father was put into prison and the king banished to Madagascar. In light of this abuse of power and the cowardice of the court, the Vietnamese people announced that Ng-dinh-Kh was the only one who opposed the deposition of the king. My father's banishment was rescinded only at Emperor Duy-tns majority. He was one of Thn-This sons and he restored my father's titles and his old-age pension.

Here I believe I must report how the Governor from France chose the new king. He let Thn-This numerous male offspring get into a line, ordered them run, and promised the winner a reward. The one, who finished last, was selected by the Governor to be king because he thought that he was the least intelligent. Here however, he was greatly mistaken, because this boy was the future Duy-tn, a confirmed enemy of France, who almost drove the French out with help of the "volunteers" who were destined to fight in France. Though, thanks to my brother Ng-dinh-Khi, this plot failed.

My father, released from the prison after a long illness, had to think about finding the daily rice for his large family: six boys and two girls. He was a mandarin of strict honesty, and the illness devoured his meagre savings. He therefore decided to cultivate some slopes that he owned in the village of Ancn, which is not far from Hu. I can still see my father, accompanied by one of his sons or daughters, walking the six kilometres to his rice paddies in a pair of self-made clogs. There he would supervise the transplanting of the rice and irrigate with help of a pedal-driven machine, and then the reaping. If he was tired, our father stopped in the shadow of a bamboo thicket along the way and told us interesting stories taken from the Bible or a treasured books, while smoking a self rolled cigarette passed out by the Brothers of the Christian Schools. Thanks to the gift of being a natural storyteller, my father earned something to smoke since while he was a seminarian in Anninh. Back then his comrades would ask him to tell a story or to make one up. For doing this he would request some cigarettes as payment and would then delight the listeners with stories originating from his imagination.

We may have lived poorly, but decently. I do not know how my father succeeded in providing us a one-story house surrounded by a large garden. A one-story house was a rarity in Vietnam at this time. My father, who suffered from acute rheumatism caused by the moist climate of Hue, had a deck that was not too high built on to the ground floor. He let us sleep on a mat spread out on the floor of the deck to protect us from the moisture. So, all of the young family grew up healthy.

The weekday schedule was always the same. We got up at six o'clock in the morning to the sound of our Phcam parish church bell. The boys and girls stormed into the kitchen to wash themselves and to put on the clothes reaching to their knees (our ceremonial garb), and followed father to Holy Mass. The children all kneeled beside him. Our father participated with closed eyes and folded hands. The hands, though, were always ready to shake the boys if they appeared distracted. Father went to the Lords Table daily, accompanied by his children who had received First Communion. He was practically never absent from the daily Mass. Not even a storm would stop him. He also awakened a deep devotion in us for this renewal of the sacrifice on the cross by often telling us a story, which seems to me to be one of the golden legends and which I repeat here: A man had two pages, one of whom was his favourite. The other had made a mistake and the man decided that he was worthy of death. He, however, decided to let him die in a secret manner. With this intent he had a man come, one devoted to his interests, who owned a lime oven and ordered him to throw into the oven the page who brought him a message on the next morning. On the next day he called the doomed page and gave him an envelope with the order to hand it over to the lime baker. The page hurried to do his errand; but halfway there, he heard ringing in the chapel for Mass. Because he remembered his parents recommendation never to miss a Mass, he entered the chapel and participated devoutly in the Holy Sacrifice. Meanwhile the man, who absolutely wanted to know whether the murderer had completed his job, sent his favourite page to inquire about it. As the torturer saw the messenger coming, he grabbed the page and threw him into the oven.

After Mass we went home for breakfastprepared by our motherfor a bowl of rice seasoned with salt. Afterwards we went to school with a pack on our backs. Lunch was richer, but also simple: rice instead of bread, a normal soup with fish (meat was reserved for Sundays and holidays), vegetables, and from time to time a fruit as desserta fruit from the garden: Pineapples, plums, and carambolas. Dinner consisted of a single course, but if there often was a lack of quality and number of courses, there never was a lack of quantity. My mother, an outstanding cook, accomplished true miracles to nourish us and to vary the menu. My father was strict on this point: Everything that came on the table was eaten. My brother Dim, who could not stand fish, was forced to eat it like the others, though shaken by nausea. To his great regret, this fish allergyparticularly to salted fish, was the reason why he gave up the novitiate with the Brothers of the Christian Schools, because the brother superior of the novitiate explained that he did not have a spiritual calling since he could not submit himself to the common food. After supper at 8 o'clock in the evening, we, both girls and boys, said the evening prayers on our knees. Then we fell asleep on our floor, sung into sleep by the Lord's Prayer and Ave Maria from our father and mother!

If our father was integrity itself, like a steel bar, then our mother was gentleness and softness itself, but also without the least concession to the evil. She was personified charity and Christian modesty itself. She did not tend to idle talk, as one says, but rather her virtues were the most convincing illustration of Christianity's kindliness. Our family had numerous domestics, all of them converted and remained good Christians.

My mother belonged to a lower middle class family that came from Quang-ngi, on the other side of Tourane in the south. Coming from a large family, two boys and three daughters, she had the role of the mistress of the house while our dear grandmother was still alive. This role was transferred to her particularly because of her gentleness and intelligence. Her siblings were very attached to her. Father Allys, our Ph-cam parish priest, knew her, and as my father, widower from a previous marriage, asked this Father to suggest a wife, the priest suggested our mother. Her skilfulness made her into a worthy wife of a court minister, and mother of the first president of the republic of South Vietnam. The Christian virtues of our parents were the only inheritance left us, yet an infinitely more valuable inheritance than titles and money, since it brought us into the possession of heaven"haeredes et cohaeredes Christi."

In her last years, our mother was afflicted by an illness that left her mental powers, but took the mobility away from her lower limbs. She was forced to vegetate on a bed for about ten years, but it gave her enough time to prepare for death. At this time I had become Hus Bishop, therefore my mothers Bishop. I had the privilege of administering Holy Communion to her at about 7 o'clock every morning. She died in the house of my sister, the mother of the Archbishop Coadjutor of Saigon. My mother did not hear anything about my brothers' murders. She went to heaven one morning after she had received Holy Communion as usual, caused by a brain haemorrhage, at more than 96 years of age. A great number of guests, whom she had valued in life, came to her burial.

Together with my siblings, we lived in this atmosphere of "Nazareth", which means the "faith" in a "golden" mediocrity. The eldest was Ng-dinh-Khi, who later became governor of the very important province Quang-nam on the border to Danang, named Tourane by the French. It is a province of revolutionaries and renowned educated people. Phamvn Dng, the prime minister of the Socialistic-Communist republic of the north, comes from Quang-nam, like the famous national poet.

My sister Ng-thi-Giao and two boys, Trae and then Quynh, who died early, were between my eldest brother and me: This explains the little contact between the two of us. Especially as an adolescent I was seldom together with my oldest brother. While I was a seminarian and later a student in Rome, my eldest brother was climbing the ladder of the various mandarinate steps, from the ninth up to the top, as provincial Governor. His race of honours took place outside of Hu, since tradition prohibited a Mandarin to be administrator of his province of birth.

After my return to Vietnam and my ordination, the two of us were together more frequently. I began to think highly of my eldest brother who became our second father, according to Vietnamese custom, and took care of our mother, his sisters and little brothers. Outwardly, he was a very handsome tall man. My oldest brother was respected and regarded as a prince. He was married to a daughter of the duke of Phuc-mn. The duke was chairman of the ministerial council for many years and the most prominent politician during the last Emperor of Annams reign. My brother ascended the steps of the Mandarinates by his own merit and was favoured by the Mandarins, former students of my father, without owing anything to his father-in-law, Ngyn-hn-B. The duke of Phuc-mn was a former student of my father, and whom my father assisted early in his career; but he was very careful not to give aid my brother because the duke was only occupied with himself. Therefore he passed away lonely, with only my assistance, being his godchild. I escorted him to the grave, I, who had never received even a Sapek from my godfather (Note: Sapek is a coin of little value in Indochina).

My oldest brothers Mandarin career ended through a misfortune. The Governor General, Mr. Pasquier at the timeif I am not mistakenwas annoyed that the governor of Quang-nam did not appear at the railway station near the town square to demonstrate his respect to him (because my brother was not informed about the governor's train passing through). He retired with dignity, without recrimination, to our village Phcam, two steps away from our family's home. He ended his career as a "Christian", "buried alive with his only son", since he had refused, to cooperate with the atheistic communists who had offered him a place in the Council of Ministers.

My eldest sister, Ng-thi-Giao, married Trong-dinh-Tung. She was a woman of a very lively character, who loved a joke and innocent teasing. This outer appearance hid a deep charity. Therefore, God made her the mother of four religious Sisters, three nuns of the order St. Paul's Daughters of Charity, and a missionary of the order the Love of the Cross. These four sisters were true nuns, treasured by the mission's Bishops, whom they had as co-workers. My nieces were energetic and heroic women, who withstood exhaustion and death to obey their Bishops. Mgr. Seitz, Bishop of Kontum, could provide witness for the praise that I just gave. Two of my nieces supported him effectively during Kontums Red occupation. The youngest of my nieces, who joined the order, died with the reputation of holiness in France. She rests with her religious sisters in the crypt belonging to them in Nices main cemetery.

Ng-thi-Giao died of tuberculosis, which she caught while caring for my brother-in-law and who also suffered from this illness. Certainly it is due to her that her husband died a good Christian. God alone knows her list of kindness that she carefully hid. This list of charities was expensive for her since she was a widow and not wealthy with many mouths to feed. My brother Dim was unique as a Christian and as an autodidact. Since I was not his confessor, I could not make any judgment based on the sacramental confession, but from outward appearances I have never noticed anything in his behaviour contrary to God's law. Surely he had his small weaknesses and small faults; he had to really pull himself together in order to control his rage. He fulfilled his state obligations according to the most severe monks pattern, even with the negligent behaviour of his subordinate officials in front of him. His outstanding virtue was chastity with never an inappropriate word or an inappropriate glance; neither did his eyes fall on a doubtful novel. He was satisfied with good books. His leisure time was dedicated to learning. As an autodidact he had had regular instruction only for some years with the Brothers of the Christian Schools. This was crowned by a supplementary diploma, which he achieved with "maxima cum laude" and the congratulations of the jury at the early age of 16 and while shivering with a fever during the examination.

He could write the Chinese letters and could correspond with the Chinese and Japanese in Chinese. Maybe he over-emphasized when he wished to be understood, though he knew all the fine points of the French language. Emphasized enthusiasm! Emphasization due to perfection! His large cot was surrounded by a palisade of all types of books, but that were always respectable. While still a small schoolboy, he had a candle at his bedside. He got up early in the morning, lit his candle and began to learn his lessons. And at night he would light to do his homework. He was always the best, the best in each subject. At the end of each school year, a man was needed to bring his harvest of laurels and large prize books home.

I have never seen where he wasted his time. When he became a Great Mandarin and with better pay, his pastimes became photography and hunting. Yet, these harmless diversions never hampered his work hours for the state.

As seminarian, I came back home for the two summer months and was together with the family, with dad, mom, my brothers and small sisters. My eldest brother was a Minor Mandarin outside of Hu; my eldest sister did not eat with us, but rather in the kitchen where she prepared the meals for us.

During these vacations, my brother Dim, not yet a Mandarin, amused himself by forcing my two small sisters and my two small brothers to play "war". First, he drew moustaches above their lips with a piece of charred cork, and the rifles were made from the stalk of large banana leaves. That was funny! But for Dim it was quite serious, and he led this army that consisted of two small boy soldiers and two small girl soldiers, and they trudged on the ground with their bare feet: one-two, one-two! Mercy to the distracted soldier: A sabre blow on the rear end called him/her to attention again. Dim soon employed his siblings with laying out a small garden.

All the children knelt together in the evening, after dinner, on a low deck and hummed our evening prayers. Dim strolled around the deck and mercy to him or her, if he or she was not praying or if their head wobbled, overcome by sleep. When the prayers were finished the boys laid down on the deck, the girls went to the middle building with their older sister to sleep. Our residence consisted of three main buildings. The middle building, a Vietnamese style house, was where the women slept. The right wing was a building with several stories, our father lived downstairs, and Dim and I, upstairs. The left wing included the rice storage area and the kitchen where the domestics slept. The pigsty was farther away and the haystacks were connected to it. We had a very large garden. Arequier-palms, fig trees, carambolas, and plum trees grew in it. Thanks to this very large garden, we did not play on the street or elsewhere. We left only for the daily Mass, to go to school, and the girls, to go to the market.

What I just told about my brother Dim could lead the reader to believe, that my brother was always serious. Wrong by far! Dim was the one of us, who had the finest sense of the eccentricities of others. He was also very skillful in imitating the walk and voice of people, which made one laugh. Our very gracious mother could not prevent herself from laughing, or rather smiling, when Dim ran around with a stick in his hand, very stooped, and mimicked his godfather, doctor Thuyn, and imitated his speech. He looked very amusing on that occasion. In that, he was a genuine Vietnamese, who is the born satirist like the French, but a harmless satirist, skilful to observe and imitate the eccentricities of the others.

The child that came after Dim was my little sister Hip. She was the gentlest of the family, the most devout and also the most patient. She was as beautiful as a Madonna. Everyone liked her. She was the one who helped our mother by taking care of the ones born last, Cn and Luyn. She carried them, gave them the bottle, and rocked them in the cradle, woven from willows in which all small Ng-dinhs had lain. This cradle hung on a long rope from the centre buildings wooden ceiling. From the cradle the child could see a large picture of the eternal Father that was nailed on the partition, which separated our mother's little room, in which all small Ngs had been born. That is where the cupboard with all types of jams that mother had produced was, as well as the blackberry wine and fruits that the people from our village of birth in Qung-Binh offered us every year. Qung-Binh is a province north of Hu that is bisected by this city.

I must work something in here to explain a Vietnamese tradition generis sui.

My siblings, as I, were all born in Hu, which is the mystic capital of Annam and the main city in the small province Tha-Thin, but we are all citizens of the village Dai-phong where our ancestors from the north, from Thanh-ha and Tonkin, had lived. Their graves are in Dai-phong. The tablets of the great strength for the protection of the village, the protector that the emperor gave to every village, are in the big community centre which is also the temple. These protectors, similar to the saints, the protectors of the cities in the country of the Christianity, are selected from among Vietnamese heroes, generals, the well educated or Great
Mandarins. The village council met in the community centre. This Dai-phong building was well known because of its huge and very high columns.

Once, before central Vietnam was very populated, pioneers, under a home village leaders supervision, spread out into other communities where there was room and fertile soil. Once they arrived at the place that offered these advantages, the land was divided up according to the number of pioneers. The leader got a larger share to compensate him for his expenses and his initiative. Each pioneer divided his lot among his sons until these lots no longer sufficed in order to nourish its owners. Then, as bees do, a swarm left the hive and another village was founded somewhere else. All this explains the relationship between the villagers and the people that originally came from the village and lived elsewhere. Exactly like our father, who left Dai-phong to settle in Hu, but still kept his rice plot in Dai-phong.

He sacrificed the earnings from it to support the Catholic village school and for the upkeep of our ancestor's graves. Our village is in the area, named "the two sub-prefectures", - in Vietnamese: Hai huyn -, famous for the fertility of its rice paddies. The province Quang-Binh was famous for having produced outstanding citizens for the nation, ones who knew the depth of its rivers and the height of its mountains.

After having finished this digression into the originality of the Vietnamese community system, I now return to the members of my family. After my sister, gentle Hip, came my sister Hong, her opposite. Opposite with regard to character, but they loved each other dearly. Small, but well proportioned, a lively intelligence and very practical, she is the only one of us who accumulated a nice fortune. Her husband was a boy who belonged to a noted family in our parish, the same family that Hips husband came from. His name was L. He was a businessman like his father. He was energetic and earned money, but died relatively young from tuberculosis, leaving my sister Hong with a small daughter. The daughter later married Mr. Trn-trung-Dung, a law licentiate and one of my brother Dims ministers.

My sister, Hong, became successful businesswoman to everyones astonishment. She died young, but not before witnessing the marriage of her daughter and seeing the birth of the first child, a granddaughter. I was with her during her final hours. She was courageous until the end.

My brother, Cn, is the only one of my brothers who does not have good luck. This is due to his very delicate health, which he has had since childhood. He represented the rural element among us brothers since we were almost all intellectuals and Mandarins. The Vietnamese farmer was smart, practical, and established like the French farmer. Cn could speak their language and make himself understood. Cn was the one who organized the powerful political party that supported the politics of my brothers Dim and Nhu. He knew how to acquire the considerable financial means that is necessary for every political organization: the cinnamon trade. Cn succeeded in becoming the secret (de facto) governor of Central-Vietnam, even though he had no political mandate nor did he speak fluent French. He was never outside of the country. He rarely got to Saigon. He is not familiar with Tonkin, but he possessed ships and handled millions of Piasters. He was a power to be reckoned with. The official governors from Central-Vietnam consulted with him about the administration of the country.

His end was tragic yet heroic, as a worthy descendant of the Ng. After the assassination of my brothers Dim and Nhu by assassins paid for by the Americans, Cn vanished. He was discovered through the cunning of the American Consul in Hua Catholic by the way. Since he knew that Cn was good friends with Hus Canadian Redemptorist Fathers since Cn had donated millions for the construction of their beautiful church in Hu. The Consul contacted the orders Father Superior and told him: I do not why Mr. Cn is hiding. We do not have anything against him. If you know his hiding place, tell him, that an American aircraft will be at his disposal to take him to his brother, the Archbishop, in Rome.

The Father Superior consulted his clergymen and contacted Cn. Cn agreed and requested a document in three languages from the Consul: in French, English and Vietnamese, which assured the Redemptorist Fathers and my brother that the American government would take him to Rome to meet me. But on the agreed day an American airplane landed at the Ph-Bi airport near Hu, took my brother aboard, and flew in the direction of Saigon. It landed at the Tn-son-Nhit airport in Saigon to hand my brother over to the rebel generals, my brothers murderers. That is dirty American politics, the true face of the CIA - per fas et nefas.

My brother was hidden, guarded day and night in a cell. He was sentenced to die by firing squad. All that could happen by admission of Gods providence. Cn was, with regard to religion, the least Catholic of us. He fulfilled his Easter duties, and fell asleep only after having first said his rosary. He went to Mass every Sunday and holy day, and was charitable, but was not zealous and restricted himself to Easter Communion. God tolerated the ambush that the Americans had set up against him and allowed his unfair trial so that he could die as a Christian. He received Holy Communion every day for more than a month in his cell, through the assistance of a Vietnamese Redemptorist Father, a godchild of my brother Dim. He died bravely, the rosary in one hand and with the other pointing to his heart for the execution squad, when he shouted: Aim here! Long live Vietnam! If he lived as a somewhat less than zealous Christian, he died as a true Catholic and Vietnamese without fear.

Thanks to the dedication of my brothers Khi and Dim our youngest brother Luyn was the one who received a careful and complete education. After the elementary school instruction from the brothers in Hu, he was sent to France at the age of 12. He entered sixth grade in the Oratorian Fathers College of Juilly. Luyn was very intelligent, always the best in his class. He skipped from the sixth grade into the fourth and then into the second. He received his high school diploma and succeeded in entering the Ecole Centrale des Ingnieurs in Paris and left it as an engineer. He returned to Vietnam and became the director of land registry (cadastral director), first in Vietnam, then in Cambodia, which was a French protectorate at the time.

When my brother Dim was appointed governor of South Vietnam, Luyn led the South Vietnamese delegation to Geneva, Switzerland to discuss the fate of Vietnam. South Vietnam, which was isolated, could not avoid the separation from North Vietnam. North Vietnam included the central provinces other than Tonkin as far as to the river Cua-Tung.

Under the Luyns leadership, South Vietnam refused to sign the Geneva Conventions, but could do no more than resign itself to this defeat. Dim directed all of his energy in preparations for revenge by a strong army, an exemplary administration, and the unification of South Vietnam. He accomplished this by eliminating all private armies when called upon by Bao-dai, the emperor, who had been restored to the throne by France. Saigon, the new capital and its immediate surroundings were the fiefdom of the bandit Bay Vin. The Ty-minh province was the Caodaists fief, and the Soetrang province was the Hoa-has.

My brother Dim confirmed Luyn in his role as ambassador, a role entrusted to him by Bao-dai. He resided in London and represented his country in Austria, Tunisia, Belgium and Holland. The connections between Bao-dai and Luyn had begun when both were in France. At that time my brother was a pupil of the College in Juilly and Bao-dai lived in Paris with Monsieur Charles, former supreme governor of Annam during the Khi-dinh reign. Monsieur Charles had been entrusted with the Princes education by his parents. I was then at the Institute Catholique in Paris in order to acquire a licentiate for teaching, and took Luyn to the hereditary Prince on Sundays so that he could spend the day off with him. At this time the Princes name was Vinh-Thay, later his name as sovereign was Bao-dai. The two boys played with marbles and other games. These connections made it possible for Luyn to be recommend by my brother to Bao-dai for the task, and to oppose South Vietnams assimilation by the Communist north, governed by Ho-chi-Minh.

Due to his diplomatic role in Europe, Luyn escaped the fate of my three brothers who remained in Vietnam and were murdered by the rebel Generals who were paid by the
American CIA; while I was held back as a member of Vatican Council II in Rome and my life saved. I did my utmost though, through the government in the south and with Paul VI, to return to Hu to live or die with my flock. As the Archbishop I was their shepherd.

Today, Luyn is the head of a family with twelve children. The 13th, a daughter, died in a car accident in 1976. The oldest are married or earn their livings elsewhere. Luyn, aged and in frail health, is still faithful to our holy religion and participates in Communion every Sunday. He has a good memory and I try to convince him to write his political memoirs because he knows this topic perfectly, while I dealt exclusively with my tasks as a Bishop.

After these few pages that are dedicated to my parents and siblings I will return to the memories of my pitiful life. A life richly filled with the dear Lords merciful attention. I briefly detailed my studies in Rome and Paris and the beginnings of my duties as a priest in Hu, first as professor with the Vietnamese Brothers, (one of the congregations founded by my spiritual father, Mgr. Joseph Allys, the Apostolic Vicar of Hu), under Father Superior H-ngoc-Cn. He later became the first Bishop of Bn-Chu in Tonkin. After being a professor at the major seminary in Hu and official director of the College secondaire de la Providence of Hu, I was named Apostolic Curate (Vicar) in Vinhlong. This Vicariate was made up of the provinces Vinhlong, Bentri and a small section of Sadec. This is an area separated from the Saigon Apostolic Vicariate, one formerly called the Vicariate of West-Cochin-china, whereas the Apostolic Vicariate Quin-hon was called the Eastern Apostolic Vicariate and Hu, the Northern Apostolic Vicariate.

When I took over my Vicariate in 1938, it had about 60 priests and less than 100,000 Catholics out of a population of more than 1,000,000 residents. It is a country of beautiful gardens, and above all, good rice paddies. Our priests from Cochin-china are affable and of simple character. They are not ceremonial and complicated like those from Tonkin, because the Cochinchinese were a race of settlers that were sent in to colonize South Vietnam, which had been snatched away from the Cambodians and the Cham, whereas the Central Vietnamese (to whom I belong) are an earnest and hard working people, because the central portion is not as fertile as the south: poor country, a courageous and contemplative race. Vietnams government and revolutionaries, such as Ho-chi-Minh come from central part of the country.

This also proved to be true with regard to the church. Three of the four first Vietnamese Bishops were from Central Vietnam: Mgr. Dominique H-ngo-Cn, Mgr. Le-h-T and I. Only one, Mgr. Nguyn-ba-Tong , the first, was from the south. Cochin-china was a very wealthy country, a French colony administrative at the time when I was promoted to Bishop of Vinhlong. The Cochin-Chinese were "French subjects" and many of them acquired the French citizenship, of which they were proud. Their fellow countrymen from Central Vietnam, only "French protectees" were viewed as second class citizens. They were mockingly referred to as "bn", i.e.: people of the junks, an allusion to the junk rowers from North and Central Vietnam, who came to trade in the south.

However, the Holy See cast a glance at a bn, the son of a junk driver, (although I was the son of an emperors minister and had a Doctorate from Romes universities). The French from Cochin-china were also surprised by this choice and a French newspaper from Cochin-china predicted a very sad future for the new diocese. They thought that because this diocese was entrusted to a son of new converts, it was in danger of losing the faith inherited from the French I was not aware of this mentality of the people from the south and found myself alone as the only one of my type, without a friend, and without acquaintances again. Perhaps this ignorance saved me because I simply behaved like a brother among other brothers. Since I did not know any priests especially well, I treated them as friends.

 
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