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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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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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 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


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Die Holocaust-Latte liegt zu hoch!


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Dokumente zum Fall Williamson


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The Holocaust Bar is too High


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SATIS COGNITUM


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Documents about the Case Williamson


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Sedevacantists Believe in the Holy Roman Catholic Church‏


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Von der wahren Kirche Christi


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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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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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Clerical Abuse


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Al crocevia


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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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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


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Null und nichtig der Ritus der Bischofsweihe von 1968


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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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Papa contra Papam


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


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October 9th, 2012 an Oppressing Anniversary


Humani Generis
 
Humani Generis

by
His Holiness Pope Pius XII


Encyclical Letter Concerning Some False Opinions Which Threaten to Undermine the Foundations of Catholic Doctrine
August 12, 1950

To Our Venerable Brethren, Patriarchs, Primates, Archbishops, Bishops and Other Local Ordinaries Enjoying Peace and Communion With the Holy See.

Venerable Brethren, Greetings and Apostolic Benediction!

1. Disagreement and error among men on moral and religious matters have always been a cause of profound sorrow to all good men, but above all to the true and loyal sons of the Church, especially today, when we see the principles of Christian culture being attacked on all sides.

2. It is not surprising that such discord and error should always have existed outside the fold of Christ. For though, absolutely speaking, human reason by its own natural force and light can rrive at a true and certain knowledge of the one personal God, Who by His providence watches over and governs the world, and also of the natural law, which the Creator has written in our hearts, still there are not a few obstacles to prevent reason from making efficient and fruitful use of its natural ability. The truths that have to do with God and the relations between God and men, completely surpass the sensible order and demand self-surrender and self-abnegation in order to be put into practice and to influence practical life. Now the human intellect, in gaining the knowledge of such truths is hampered both by the activity of the senses and the imagination, and by evil passions arising from original sin. Hence men easily persuade themselves in such matters that what they do not wish to believe is false or at least doubtful.

3. It is for this reason that divine revelation must be considered morally necessary so that those religious and moral truths which are not of their nature beyond the reach of reason in the present condition of the human race, may be known by all mean readily -- with a firm certainty and with freedom from all error.[1]

4. Furthermore the human intelligence sometimes experiences difficulties in forming a judgment about the credibility of the Catholic faith, notwithstanding the many wonderful external signs God has given, which are sufficient to prove with certitude by the natural light of reason alone the divine origin of the Christian religion. For man can, whether from prejudice or passion or bad faith, refuse and resist not only the evidence of the external proofs that are available, but also the impulses of actual grace.[2]

5. If anyone examines the state of affairs outside the Christian fold, he will easily discover the principle trends that not a few learned men are following. Some imprudently and indiscreetly hold that evolution, which has not been fully proved even in the domain of natural sciences, explains the origin of all things, and audaciously support the monistic and pantheistic opinion that the world is in continual evolution. Communists gladly subscribe to this opinion so that, when the souls of men have been deprived of every idea of a personal God, they may the more efficaciously defend and propagate their dialectical materialism.

6. Such fictitious tenets of evolution which repudiate all that is absolute, firm and immutable, have paved the way for the new erroneous philosophy which, rivaling idealism, immanentism and pragmatism, has assumed the name of existentialism, since it concerns itself only with existence of individual things and neglects all consideration of their immutable essences.

7. There is also a certain historicism, which attributing value only to the events of man's life, overthrows the foundation of all truth and absolute law, both on the level of philosophical speculations and especially to Christian dogmas.

8. In all this confusion of opinion it is some consolation to Us to see former adherents of rationalism today frequently desiring to return to the fountain of divinely communicated truth, and to acknowledge and profess the word of God as contained in Sacred Scripture as the foundation of religious teaching. But at the same time it is a matter of regret that not a few of these, the more firmly they accept the word of God, so much the more do they diminish the value of human reason, and the more they exalt the authority of God the Revealer, the more severely do they spurn the teaching office of the Church, which has been instituted by Christ, Our Lord, to preserve and interpret divine revelation. This attitude is not only plainly at variance with Holy Scripture, but is shown to be false by experience also. For often those who disagree with the True Church complain openly of their disagreement in matters of dogma and thus unwillingly bear witness to the necessity of a living Teaching Authority.

9. Now Catholic theologians and philosophers, whose grave duty it is to defend natural and supernatural truth and instill it in the hearts of men, cannot afford to ignore or neglect these more or less erroneous opinions. Rather they must come to understand these same theories well, both because diseases are not properly treated unless they are rightly diagnosed, and because sometimes even in these false theories a certain amount of truth is contained, and, finally, because these theories provoke more subtle discussion and evaluation of philosophical and theological truths.

10. If philosophers and theologians strive only to derive such profit from the careful examination of these doctrines, there would be no reason for any intervention by the Teaching Authority of the Church. However, although We know that Catholic teachers generally avoid these errors, it is apparent, however, that some today, as in Apostolic times, desirous of novelty, and fearing to be considered ignorant of recent scientific findings, try to withdraw themselves from the Sacred Teaching Authority and are accordingly in danger of gradually departing from revealed truth and of drawing others along with them into error.

11. Another danger is perceived which is all the more serious because it is more concealed beneath the mask of virtue. There are many who, deploring disagreement among men and intellectual confusion, through an imprudent zeal for souls, are urged by a great and ardent desire to do away with the barrier that divides good and honest men; these advocate an "eirenism" From the Greek, "eirene", "Irene", "Peace", hence a theological pacificism and egalitarianism, in which all points of view become equally valid, regardless of Revelation itself or of facts to the contrary according to which, by setting aside the questions which divide men, they aim not only at joining forces to repel the attacks of atheism, but also at reconciling things opposed to one another in the field of dogma. And as in former times some questioned whether the traditional apologetics That branch of the science of theology which explains the reasons for the Church's existence and doctrine of the Church did not constitute an obstacle rather than a help to the winning of souls for Christ, so today some are presumptuous enough to question seriously whether theology and theological methods, such as with the approval of ecclesiastical authority are found in our schools, should not only be perfected, but also completely reformed, in order to promote the more efficacious propagation throughout the world among men of every culture and religious opinion.

12. Now if these only aimed at adapting ecclesiastical teaching and methods to modern conditions and requirements, through the introduction of some new explanations, there would be scarcely any reason for alarm. But some through enthusiasm for an imprudent "eirenicism" seem to consider as an obstacle to the restoration of fraternal union, things founded on the laws and principles given by Christ and likewise on institutions founded by Him, or which are the defense and support of the integrity of the faith, and the removal of which would bring about the union of all, but only to their destruction.

13. These new opinions, whether they originate from a reprehensible desire of novelty or from a laudable motive, are not always advanced in the same degree, with equal clarity nor in the same terms, nor always with unanimous agreement of their authors. Theories that today are put forward rather covertly by some, not without cautions and distinctions, tomorrow are openly and without moderation proclaimed by others more audacious, causing scandal[3] to many, especially among the young clergy and to the detriment of ecclesiastical authority. Though they are usually more cautious in their published works, they express themselves more openly in their writings intended for private circulation and in conferences and lectures. Moreover, these opinions are disseminated not only among members of the clergy and in seminaries and religious institutions, but also among the laity, and especially among those who are engaged in teaching youth.

14. In theology, some want to reduce to a minimum the meaning of dogmas; and to free dogma itself from terminology long established in the Church and from philosophical concepts held by Catholic teachers, to bring about a return in the explanation of Catholic doctrine to the way of speaking used in Holy Scripture and by the Fathers of the Church. They cherish the hope that when dogma is stripped of the elements which they hold to be extrinsic to divine revelation, it will compare advantageously with the dogmatic opinions of those who are separated from the unity of the Church and that in this way they will gradually arrive at a mutual assimilation of Catholic dogma with the tenets of the dissidents.

15. Moreover, they assert that when Catholic doctrine has been reduced to this condition, a way will be found to satisfy modern needs, that will permit of dogma being expressed also by the concepts of modern philosophy, whether of immanentism or idealism or existentialism[4] or any other system. Some more audacious affirm that his can and must be done, because they hold that the mysteries of faith are never expressed by truly adequate concepts but only by approximate and ever changeable notions, in which the truth is to some extent expressed, but is necessarily distorted. Wherefore they do not consider it absurd, but altogether necessary, that theology should substitute new concepts in place of the old ones in keeping with the various philosophies which in the course of time it uses as its instruments, so that it should give human expression to divine truths in various ways which are even somewhat opposed, but still equivalent, as they say. They add that the history of dogmas consists in the reporting of the various forms in which revealed truth has been clothed, forms that have succeeded one another in accordance with the different teachings and opinions that have arisen over the course of the centuries.

16. It is evident from what We have already said, that such tentatives not only lead to what they call dogmatic relativism, but that they actually contain it. The contempt of doctrine commonly taught and of the terms in which it is expressed strongly favor it. Everyone is aware that the terminology employed in the schools and even that used by the Teaching Authority of the Church itself is capable of being perfected and polished; and we know also that the Church itself has not always used the same terms in the same way. It is also manifest that the Church cannot be bound to every system of philosophy that has existed for a short space of time. Nevertheless, the things that have been composed through common effort by Catholic teachers over the course of the centuries to bring about some understanding of dogma are certainly not based on any such weak foundation. These things are based on principles and notions deduced from a true knowledge of created things. In the process of deducing, this knowledge, like a star, gave enlightenment to the human mind through the Church. Hence it is not astonishing that some of these notions have not only been used by the Oecumenical Councils, but even sanctioned by them, so that it is wrong to depart from them.

17. Hence to neglect, or to reject,or to devalue so many and such great resources which have been conceived, expressed and perfected so often by the age-old work of men endowed with no common talent and holiness, working under the vigilant supervision of the holy magisterium and with the light and leadership of the Holy Ghost in order to state the truths of the faith ever more accurately, to do this so that these things may be replaced by conjectural notions and by some formless and unstable tenets of a new philosophy, tenets which, like the flowers of the field, are in existence today and die tomorrow; this is supreme imprudence and something that would make dogma itself a reed shaken by the wind. The contempt for terms and notions habitually used by scholastic theologians leads of itself to the weakening of what they call speculative theology, a discipline which these men consider devoid of true certitude because it is based on theological reasoning.

18. Unfortunately these advocates of novelty easily pass from despising scholastic theology to the neglect of and even contempt for the Teaching Authority of the Church itself, which gives such authoritative approval to scholastic theology. This Teaching Authority is represented by them as a hindrance to progress and an obstacle in the way of science. Some non-Catholics consider it as an unjust restraint preventing some more qualified theologians from reforming their subject. And although this sacred Office of Teacher in matters of faith and morals must be the proximate and universal criterion of truth for all theologians, since to it has been entrusted by Christ Our Lord the whole deposit of faith -- Sacred Scripture and Divine Tradition -- to be preserved, guarded and interpreted, still the duty that is incumbent on the faithful to flee also those errors which more or less approach heresy, and accordingly "to keep also the constitutions and decrees by which such evil opinions are proscribed and forbidden by the Holy See,"[5] is sometimes as little known as if it did not exist. What is expounded in the Encyclical Letters of the Roman Pontiffs concerning the nature and constitution of the Church, is deliberately and habitually neglected by some with the idea of giving force to a certain vague notion which they profess to have found in the Ancient Fathers, especially the Greeks. The Popes, they assert, do not wish to pass judgment on what is a matter of dispute among theologians, so recourse must be had to the early sources, and the recent constitutions and decrees of the Teaching Church must be explained from the writings of the Ancients.

19. Although these things seem well said, still they are not free form error. It is true that Popes generally leave theologians free in those matters which are disputed in various ways by men of very high authority in this field; but history teaches that many matters that formerly were open to discussion, no longer now admit of discussion.

20. Nor must it be thought that what is expounded in Encyclical Letters does not of itself demand consent, since in writing such Letters the Popes do not exercise the supreme power of their Teaching Authority. For these matters are taught with the ordinary teaching authority, of which it is true to say: "He who hears you, hears me";[6] and generally what is expounded and inculcated in Encyclical Letters already for other reasons appertains to Catholic doctrine. But if the Supreme Pontiffs in their official documents purposely pass judgment on a matter up to that time under dispute, it is obvious that that matter, according to the mind and will of the Pontiffs, cannot be any longer considered a question open to discussion among theologians.

21. It is also true that theologians must always return to the sources of divine revelation: for it belongs to them to point out how the doctrine of the living Teaching Authority is to be found either explicitly or implicitly in the Scriptures and in Tradition.[7] Besides, each source of divinely revealed doctrine contains so many rich treasures of truth, that they can really never be exhausted. Hence it is that theology through the study of its sacred sources remains ever fresh; on the other hand, speculation which neglects a deeper search into the deposit of faith, proves sterile, as we know from experience. But for this reason even positive theology cannot be on a par with merely historical science. For, together with the sources of positive theology God has given to His Church a living Teaching Authority to elucidate and explain what is contained in the deposit of faith only obscurely and implicitly. This deposit of faith our Divine Redeemer has given for authentic interpretation not to each of the faithful, not even to theologians, but only to the Teaching Authority of the Church. But if the Church does exercise this function of teaching, as she often has through the centuries, either in the ordinary or in the extraordinary way, it is clear how false is a procedure which would attempt to explain what is clear by means of what is obscure. Indeed, the very opposite procedure must be used. Hence Our Predecessor of immortal memory, Pius IX, teaching that the most noble office of theology is to show how a doctrine defined by the Church is contained in the sources of revelation, added these words, and with very good reason: "in that sense in which it has been defined by the Church."

22. To return, however, to the new opinions mentioned above, a number of things are proposed or suggested by some even against the divine authorship of Sacred Scripture. For some go so far as to pervert the sense of the Vatican Council's[8] definition that God is the author of Holy Scripture, and they put forward again the opinion, already often condemned, which asserts that immunity from error extends only to those parts of the Bible that treat of God or of moral and religious matters. They even wrongly speak of a human sense of the Scriptures, beneath which a divine sense, which they say is the only infallible meaning, lies hidden. In interpreting Scripture, they will take no account of the Analogy of Faith[9] and the Tradition of the Church. Thus they judge the doctrine of the Fathers and of the Teaching Church by the norm of Holy Scripture, interpreted by the purely human reason of exegetes, instead of explaining Holy Scripture according to the mind of the Church which Christ Our Lord has appointed guardian and interpreter of the whole deposit of divinely revealed truth.

23. Further, according to their fictitious opinions, the literal sense of Holy Scripture and its explanation, carefully worked out under the Church's vigilance by so many great exegetes, should yield now to a new exegesis, which they are pleased to call symbolic or spiritual. By means of this new exegesis of the Old Testament, which today in the Church is a sealed book, would finally be thrown open to all the faithful. By this method, they say, all difficulties vanish, difficulties which hinder only those who adhere to the literal meaning of the Scriptures.

24. Everyone sees how foreign all this is to the principles and norms of interpretation rightly fixed by our predecessors of happy memory, Leo XIII in his Encyclical "Providentissimus Deus," and Benedict XV in the Encyclical "Spiritus Paraclitus," as also by Ourselves in the Encyclical "Divino Afflante Spiritu."

25. It is not surprising that novelties of this kind have already borne their deadly fruit in almost all branches of theology. It is now doubted that human reason, without divine revelation and the help of divine grace, can, by arguments drawn from the created universe, prove the existence of a personal God; it is denied that the world had a beginning; it is argued that the creation of the world is necessary, since it proceeds from the necessary liberality of divine love; it is denied that God has eternal and infallible foreknowledge of the free actions of men -- all this in contradiction to the decrees of the Vatican Council.[10]

26. Some also question whether angels are personal beings, and whether matter and spirit differ essentially. Others destroy the gratuity of the supernatural order, since God, they say, cannot create intellectual beings without ordering and calling them to the beatific vision. Nor is this all. Disregarding the Council of Trent, some pervert the very concept of Original Sin, along with the concept of sin in general as an offense against god, as well as the idea of satisfaction performed for us by Christ. Some even say that the doctrine of Transubstantiation, based on an antiquated philosophic notion of substance, should be so modified that the Real Presence of Christ in the Holy Eucharist be reduced to a kind of symbolism, whereby the consecrated species would be merely efficacious signs of the spiritual presence of Christ and of His intimate union with the faithful members of His Mystical Body.

27. Some say they are not bound by the doctrine, explained in Our Encyclical Letter of a few years ago, and based on the Sources of Revelation, which teaches that the Mystical Body of Christ and the Roman Catholic Church are one and the same thing.[11] Some reduce to a meaningless formula the necessity of belonging to the True Church in order to gain eternal salvation. Others finally belittle the reasonable character of the credibility of Christian faith.

28. These and like errors, it is clear, have crept in among certain of Our sons who are deceived by imprudent zeal for souls or by false science. To them We are compelled with grief to repeat once again truths already well known, and to point out with solicitude clear errors and dangers of error.

29. It is well known how highly the Church regards human reason, for it falls to reason to demonstrate with certainty the existence of God, personal and one; to prove beyond doubt from divine signs the very foundations of the Christian faith; to express properly the law which the Creator has imprinted in the hearts of men; and finally to attain to some notion, indeed a very fruitful notion, of mysteries.[12] But reason can perform these functions safely and well only when properly trained, that is, when imbued with that sound philosophy which has long been, as it were, a patrimony handed down by earlier Christian ages, and which moreover possesses an authority of an even higher order, since the Teaching Authority of the Church, in the light of divine revelation itself, has weighed its fundamental tenets, which have been elaborated and defined little by little by men of great genius. For this philosophy, acknowledged and accepted by the Church, safeguards the genuine validity of human knowledge, the unshakable metaphysical principles of sufficient reason, causality, and finality, and finally the mind's ability to attain certain and unchangeable truth.

30. Of course this philosophy deals with much that neither directly nor indirectly touches faith or morals, and which consequently the Church leaves to the free discussion of experts. But this does not hold for many other things, especially those principles and fundamental tenets to which We have just referred. However, even in these fundamental questions, we may clothe our philosophy in a more convenient and richer dress, make it more vigorous with a more effective terminology, divest it of certain scholastic aids found less useful, prudently enrich it with the fruits of progress of the human mind. But never may we overthrow it, or contaminate it with false principles, or regard it as a great, but obsolete, relic. For truth and its philosophic expression cannot change from day to day, least of all where there is question of self-evident principles of the human mind or of those propositions which are supported by the wisdom of the ages and by Divine Revelation. Whatever new truth the sincere human mind is able to find, certainly cannot be opposed to truth already acquired, since God, the Highest Truth, has created and guides the human intellect, not that it may daily oppose new truths to rightly established ones, but rather that, having eliminated errors which may have crept in, it may build truth upon truth in the same order and structure that exist in reality, the source of truth. Let no Christian, therefore, whether philosopher or theologian, embrace eagerly and lightly whatever novelty happens to be thought up from day to day, but rather let him weigh it with painstaking care and a balanced judgment, lest he lose or corrupt the truth he already has, with grave danger and damage to his faith.

31. If one considers all this well, he will easily see why the Church demands that future priests be instructed in philosophy "according to the method, doctrine, and principles of the Angelic Doctor,"[13] since, as we well know from the experience of centuries, the method of Aquinas is singularly preeminent both of teaching students and for bringing truth to light; his doctrine is in harmony with Divine Revelation, and is most effective both for safeguarding the foundation of the faith and for reaping, safely and usefully, the fruits of sound progress.[14]

32. How deplorable it is then that this philosophy, received and honored by the Church, is scorned by some, who shamelessly call it "outmoded" in form and rationalistic, as they say, in its method of thought. They say that this philosophy upholds the erroneous notion that there can be a metaphysic that is absolutely true; whereas in fact, they say, reality, especially transcendent reality, cannot better be expressed than by disparate teachings, which mutually complete each other, although they are in a way mutually opposed. Our traditional philosophy, then, with its clear exposition and solution of questions, its accurate definition of terms, its clear-cut distinctions, can be, they concede, useful as a preparation for scholastic theology, a preparation quite in accord with medieval mentality; but this philosophy hardly offers a method of philosophizing suited to the needs of our modern culture. They allege, finally, that our perennial philosophy is only a philosophy of immutable essences, while the contemporary mind must look to the existence of things and to life, which is ever in flux. While scorning our philosophy, they extol other philosophies of all kinds, ancient and modern, oriental and occidental, by which they seem to imply that any kind of philosophy or theory, with a few additions and corrections if need be, can be reconciled with Catholic dogma. No Catholic can doubt how false this is, especially where there is question of those fictitious theories they call immanentism, or idealism or materialism, whether historic or dialectic, or even existentialism, whether atheistic or simply the type that denies the validity of the reason in the field of metaphysics.

33. Finally, they reproach this philosophy taught in our schools for regarding only the intellect in the process of cognition, while neglecting the function of the will and the emotions. This is simply not true. Never has Christian philosophy denied the usefulness and efficacy of good dispositions of soul for perceiving and embracing moral and religious truths. In fact, it has always taught that the lack of these dispositions of good will can be the reason why the intellect, influenced by the passions and evil inclinations, can be so obscured that it cannot see clearly. Indeed, St. Thomas holds that the intellect can in some way perceive higher goods of the moral order, whether natural or supernatural, inasmuch as it experiences a certain "connaturality" with these goods, whether this "connaturality" be purely natural, or the result of grace;[15] and it is clear how much even this somewhat obscure perception can help the reason in its investigations. However it is one thing to admit the power of the dispositions of the will in helping reason to gain a more certain and firm knowledge of moral truths; it is quite another thing to say, as these innovators do, indiscriminately mingling cognition and act of will, that the appetitive and affective faculties have a certain power of understanding, and that man, since he cannot by using his reason decide with certainty what is true and is to be accepted, turns to his will, by which he freely chooses among opposite opinions.

34. It is not surprising that these new opinions endanger the two philosophical sciences which by their very nature are closely connected with the doctrine of faith, that is, theodicy and ethics; they hold that the function of these two sciences is not to prove with certitude anything about God or any other transcendental being, but rather to show that the truths which faith teaches about a personal God and about His precepts, are perfectly consistent with the necessities of life and are therefore to be accepted by all, in order to avoid despair and to attain eternal salvation. All these opinions and affirmations are openly contrary to the documents of Our Predecessors Leo XIII and Pius X, and cannot be reconciled with the decrees of the Vatican Council.[16] It would indeed be unnecessary to deplore these aberrations from the truth, if all, even in the field of philosophy, directed their attention with the proper reverence to the Teaching Authority of the Church, which by divine institution has the mission not only to guard and interpret the deposit of divinely revealed truth, but also to keep watch over the philosophical sciences themselves, in order that Catholic dogmas may suffer no harm because of erroneous opinions.

35. It remains for Us now to speak about those questions which, although they pertain to the positive sciences, are nevertheless more or less connected with the truths of the Christian faith. in fact, not a few insistently demand that the Catholic religion take these sciences into account as much as possible. This certainly would be praiseworthy in the case of clearly proved facts; but caution must be used when there is rather question of hypotheses, having some sort of scientific foundation, in which the doctrine contained in Sacred Scripture or in Tradition is involved. If such conjectural opinions are directly or indirectly opposed to the doctrine revealed by God, then the demand that they be recognized can in no way be admitted.

36. For these reasons the Teaching Authority of the Church does not forbid that, in conformity with the present state of human sciences and sacred theology, research and discussions, on the part of men experienced in both fields, take place with regard to the doctrine of evolution, in as far as it inquires into the origin of the human body as coming from pre-existent and living matter -- for the Catholic faith obliges us to hold that souls are immediately created by God. However, this must be done in such a way that the reasons for both opinions, that is, those favorable and those unfavorable to evolution, be weighed and judged with the necessary seriousness, moderation and measure, and provided that all are prepared to submit to the judgment of the Church, to whom Christ has given the mission of interpreting authentically the Sacred Scriptures and of defending the dogmas of faith.[17] Some however, rashly transgress this liberty of discussion, when they act as if the origin of the human body from pre-existing and living matter were already completely certain and proved by the facts which have been discovered up to now and by reasoning on those facts, and as if there were nothing in the sources of divine revelation which demands the greatest moderation and caution in this question.

37. When, however, there is question of another conjectural opinion, namely polygenism, the children of the Church by no means enjoy such liberty. For the faithful cannot embrace that opinion which maintains that either after Adam there existed on this earth true men who did not take their origin through natural generation from him as from the first parent of all, or that Adam represents a certain number of first parents. Now it is no no way apparent how such an opinion can be reconciled with that which the sources of revealed truth and the documents of the Teaching Authority of the Church propose with regard to original sin, which proceeds from a sin actually committed by an individual Adam and which, through generation, is passed on to all and is in everyone as his own.[18]

38. Just as in the biological and anthropological sciences, so also in the historical sciences there are those who boldly transgress the limits and safeguards established by the Church. In a particular way must be deplored a certain too free interpretation of the historical books of the Old Testament. Those who favor this system, in order to defend their cause, wrongly refer to the Letter which was sent not long ago to the Archbishop of Paris by the Pontifical Commission on Biblical Studies.[19] This letter, in fact, clearly points out that the first eleven chapters of Genesis, although properly speaking not conforming to the historical method used by the best Greek and Latin writers or by competent authors of our time, do nevertheless pertain to history in a true sense, which however must be further studied and determined by exegetes; the same chapters, (the Letter points out), in simple and metaphorical language adapted to the mentality of a people but little cultured, both state the principal truths which are fundamental for our salvation, and also give a popular description of the origin of the human race and the chosen people. If, however, the ancient sacred writers have taken anything from popular narrations (and this may be conceded), it must never be forgotten that they did so with the help of divine inspiration, through which they were rendered immune from any error in selecting and evaluating those documents.

39. Therefore, whatever of the popular narrations have been inserted into the Sacred Scriptures must in no way be considered on a par with myths or other such things, which are more the product of an extravagant imagination than of that striving for truth and simplicity which in the Sacred Books, also of the Old Testament, is so apparent that our ancient sacred writers must be admitted to be clearly superior to the ancient profane writers.

40. Truly, we are aware that the majority of Catholic doctors, the fruit of whose studies is being gathered in universities, in seminaries and in the colleges of religious, are far removed from those errors which today, whether through a desire for novelty or through a certain immoderate zeal for the apostolate, are being spread either openly or covertly. But we know also that such new opinions can entice the incautious; and therefore we prefer to withstand the very beginnings rather than to administer the medicine after the disease has grown inveterate.

41. For this reason, after mature reflexion and consideration before God, that We may not be wanting in Our sacred duty, We charge the Bishops and the Superiors General of Religious Orders, binding them most seriously in conscience, to take most diligent care that such opinions be not advanced in schools, in conferences or in writings of any kind, and that they be not taught in any manner whatsoever to the clergy or the faithful.

42. Let the teachers in ecclesiastical institutions be aware that they cannot with tranquil conscience exercise the office of teaching entrusted to them, unless in the instruction of their students they religiously accept and exactly observe the norms which We have ordained. That due reverend and submission which in their unceasing labor they must profess toward the Teaching Authority of the Church, let them instill also into the minds and hearts of their students.

43. Let them strive with every force and effort to further the progress of the sciences which they teach; but let them also be careful not to transgress the limits which We have established for the protection of the truth of Catholic faith and doctrine. With regard to new questions, which modern culture and progress have brought to the foreground, let them engage in most careful research, but with the necessary prudence and caution; finally, let them not think, indulging in a false "eirenicism," that the dissident and the erring can happily be brought back to the bosom of the Church, if the whole truth found in the Church is not sincerely taught to all without corruption or diminution.

44. Relying on this hope, which will be increased by your pastoral care, as a pledge of celestial gifts and a sign of Our paternal benevolence, We impart with all Our heart to each and all of you, Venerable Brethren, and to your clergy and people the Apostolic Benediction.

45. Given at Rome, at St. Peter's, 12 August 1950, the twelfth year of Our Pontificate.

PIUS PP. XII

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ENDNOTES

1. I Vatican Council, D.B., 1876, Constitution "De Fide Catholica", chapter 2, "De Revelatione."
2. "Actual grace" is used here in its catechism meaning, i.e., the special graces that come to us from God to enable us to perform specific "acts," hence "actual."
3. "Scandal," in moral theology, is not simply the setting of tongues to wagging and self-righteous "Oh My-ing." Scandal is an act or the omission of an act which, because of its presence, leads another to commit a sin which, failing its presence he/she would not have done.
4. All names of various philosophical movements of this and the last century.
5. Codex Juris Canonici, canon 1324; cfr. I Vatican Council, D.B., 1820, Constitution "De Fide Catholica", chapter 4, "De Fide et Ratione," post canones
6. Luke 10:16
7. Pius IX, "Inter Gravissimas," 28 October 1870, "Acta," Volume I, p. 260
8. The *First* Vatican Council, ended 1871
9. "The Analogy of Faith" is a technical term in theological circles
10. Cf. I Vatican Council, Constitution "De Fide Catholica," Chapter 1, "De Deo Rerum Omnium Creatore"
11. Cf. Encyclical Letter, "Mystici Corporis," A.A.S., Volume XXXV, p. 193 ff.
12. Cf. I Vatican Council, D.B., 1796
13. Codes Juris Canonici, canon 1366,2
14. A.A.S., Volume XXXVIII, 1946, p. 387
15. Cf. St. Thomas, "Summa Theologica," II-II:1:4 and II-II:45:2.
16. The FIRST Vatican Council
17. Cf. Pontifical Allocution to the members of the Academy of Science, 30 November 1941: A.A.S., volume XXXIII, p. 506
18. Cf. Romans, 5:12-19; Council of Trent, Session V, canon 1-4
19. 16 January 1948, A.A.S., Volume XL, pp. 45-48
 
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