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Blogs for Maike Hickson
Dr. Maike Hickson was born and raised in Germany. She holds a PhD from the University of Hannover, Germany, after having written in Switzerland her doctoral dissertation on the history of Swiss intellectuals before and during World War II. She now lives in the U.S. and is married to Dr. Robert Hickson, and they have been blessed with two beautiful children. She is a happy housewife who likes to write articles when time permits.
Dr. Hickson published in 2014 a Festschrift, a collection of some thirty essays written by thoughtful authors in honor of her husband upon his 70th birthday, which is entitled A Catholic Witness in Our Time.
Hickson has closely followed the papacy of Pope Francis and the developments in the Catholic Church in Germany, and she has been writing articles on religion and politics for U.S. and European publications and websites such as LifeSiteNews, OnePeterFive, The Wanderer, Rorate Caeli, Catholicism.org, Catholic Family News, Christian Order, Notizie Pro-Vita, Corrispondenza Romana, Katholisches.info, Der Dreizehnte, Zeit-Fragen, and Westfalen-Blatt.
'I know some of the facts and knew some of the main characters described in Don Murr’s book and can confirm the absolute historical accuracy of the events the author himself witnessed,' de Mattei wrote in the forward to Fr. Charles Murr's book.
'All those bishops and cardinals who formed the [Saint] Gallen group were named by Cardinal Sebastiano Baggio,' Father Charles Murr said, referring to one of the cardinals who in 1974 was accused by two other cardinals of being a freemason.
Zen, on the background of his experience with Chinese Communist tactics, sees methods in play that pretend to be democratic, but in reality are manipulative and revolutionary, just as in communism's 'Democratic Centralism.'
The Synod on Synodality is in danger of 'relativizing and thus destroying the natural and sacramental marriage of man and woman,' warned Cardinal Müller, who previously served as the Vatican's doctrine chief.