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Defense of Faith
One of the great reasons of divergence among Catholics and Protestants is related to the legitimacy of the interpretation of the Holy Scriptures. According to the reform followers, any person could read and understand the bible correctly. On the catholic side, the legitimate interpreter of the Scriptures is the Pope, due the divine power entrusted to him.
S. Pius X elaborated the famous anti-modernism oath, to be professed by all members of the clergy, pastors, confessors, preachers, religious superiors and seminary teachers of philosophy and theology.
Oath taken by all Popes on the coronation day. Impressive document which reveals how the Pope must keep and guard the faith. It declares anathema who would dare to undertake anything new in contradiction to this constituted evangelic Tradition or to the integrity of Faith and Religion, or would seek to change anything concerning the integrity of our Faith.
In our days, where ecumenism is the order of the day in all sectors of society, it is necessary to remind some teachings of the Church, such as this Bull from Pope Boniface VIII, of 1302, where it is established that there is no salvation outside the Church.
Encyclical condemning errors of communism, socialism and protestantism, promulgated by Pope Pius IX.
Encyclical of mandatory reading which scourges the errors - very praised nowadays - of ecumenism, stating once again that the Catholic Religion is the only true.
Encyclical of Pope Gregory XVI which deals with the immutability of Church"s doctrine and discipline, with highlight to the doctrine on cleric celibacy, so attacked in our days. It condemns freedom of consciousness and of the press, among others.
Yet another Episcopal bishop has announced his intention to resign from the Episcopal Church and become a Roman Catholic
A year after his meeting with Pope Benedict XVI, the head of the Society of St. Pius X, Bishop Bernard Fellay, said there had been no substantial progress on reconciliation with the Vatican