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How to Discern a Good Catholic Journal -Fr. Salvany Imp.
                    On How to Discern a Good Catholic Journal
                                                             
                                                                        Fr. Felix Salvany 
                                                                     
  (1844 -1916 A.D.)
 
"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)
From his Classic : "Liberalism is a Sin", Chapter 29, Page 152, Imprimatur 1899

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18.02 | 10:14

*(From: "Devotions to the Wonder-Worker, St. Anthony of Padua" Thirteen Invocations to St Anthony, p. 10. Imp. 1913)

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18.02 | 10:04

*"[T]he people of Padua consecrated TUESDAY as the special day to honour St Anthony; besides this, the general belief was, that the Wonder-worker always heard the prayers of those who besought him on that day."

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Our Lady Of Good Success foretold the crisis in the church, which in these times is being revealed, I am stunned by your revelations,but thank you

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Please prayer for my father who died this afternoon. He was a very selfless & generous man, who always had time for his children.

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