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Chiesa viva Article on Popes Gregory XVII/Gregory XVIII

Not too long ago, the well-known Italian magazine Chiesa viva (which did so much in the 1970's, in the exposing of the detailed Freemasonic career of "Cardinal" Achille Liénart), published a four page article on Gregory XVII, Fr. Khoat and Gregory XVIII. It also quoted TCW (In Today's Catholic World) oft in the piece. Let's pray that the editorial staff of Chiesa viva leaves all the phony traditionalists behind, to indeed board the Barque of Peter, outside of which there is positively no salvation. Provided for our readers is a copy of the Chiesa viva N°482, May, 2015 article, "Gregorio XVII il Papa nascosto e prigioniero" (Gregory XVII the Hidden and Prisoner Pope). -ED 

 

 

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Marie | Reply 07.11.2017 11.56

Is it possible to read this article in English?

Papal Restoration Staff Member 26.11.2017 08.43

The PRC has an on staff Italain translator, but currently they are involved in another project. Try a free online translation service to get the gist of this important article.

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