Articles tagged Pope St. Pius X

‘God made from one every nation of men’: Exploding the evolutionary myth of creation-based racism, Pt 3

Pope Pius X exemplified the only true cure for racism — a firm faith in the special creation of man and the universal brotherhood of all human beings as the children of God, on the natural level through their first parents Adam and Eve and on the supernatural level through their incorporation into the Mystical Body of Christ through the Sacrament of Holy Baptism

Abp. Viganò: Abolition of anti-Modernist Oath is ‘a desertion, a betrayal of unheard-of gravity’

In a wide-ranging response to LifeSite, Archbishop Viganò not only covers the history of the 1910 Oath Against Modernism and its abrogation and replacement by another formula of profession of faith, but he also discusses the influence of Jacques Maritain upon Pope Paul VI, the Gramscian-Communist method of cultural infiltration and subversion of the Catholic Church, and the person of Joseph Ratzinger as such.