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On How to Discern a Good Catholic Journal
"The truly Catholic press is altogether Catholic, that is to say, it defends Catholic doctrine in all its principles and applications, it opposes all false teaching known as such always and entirely, opposita per diametrum, as St. Ignatius says in that golden book of his exercises. It places itself on the frontier arrayed with unceasing vigilance against error, always face to face with the enemy. It never bivouacs with the hostile forces, as the compromising press loves to do. Its opposition is definite and determined, it is not simply opposed to certain undeniable maneuvers of the foe, letting others escape its vigilance, but watches, guards, and resists at every point. It presents an unbroken front to evil everywhere ... "
Fr. Felix Salvany, (On how to discern good Catholic Journals from bad ones) - Liberalism is a Sin, ch. 29, pg. 152

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Today | 11:28

One documented example is he wrote a 16 page article (which TCW has in its possession) against the heresies of the Schismatics Sanborn & Dolan, whom he claimed to many he held beneath contempt - as of even earlier this year. And now (cont.)

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Today | 11:27

... after incurring ipso facto excommunication for violating the sacred seal of confession, and low on dough, has fully embraced these perverts international "traditional" biz.

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Today | 11:23

Note: A former Catholic priest from an impoverished Eastern European country, has started to send unwanted emails to the faithful in order to attempt to seduce them from the Barque of Peter. He will say anything for money (i.e., flip his views instantly).

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In brief: TCW (3 weeks ago) learned a reprobate book, written by Bp. Tran, was published... ordered a copy & was Mortified... reached out to a Bishop in Canada... protocoled Fraternal Correction was implemented & has all but failed. Pray!

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