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Tag: Pope Paul VI

Time’s Up? About Time for the Truth

January 22, AD2018 12 Comments
Time’s Up? About Time for the Truth

Truth, by which the world is held together, has sprung from the earth, in order to be carried in a woman’s arms. — St. Augustine Blessed Pope Paul VI, the author of Humanae Vitae, is finally being hailed as somewhat of a prophet. Subject to intense criticism over fifty years ago, Pope Paul argued that support […]

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Pope Paul VI, Humanae Vitae, and the Synod

October 14, AD2015 26 Comments
Pope Paul VI, Humanae Vitae, and the Synod

  Our Holy Father, Pope Francis, has had the presence of mind to call two synods on the family to develop pastoral consensus on the urgent concerns surrounding the devastating state of the modern family. The broken or irregular home has gone from being the exception to the rule. The Catholic Church loves all sinners […]

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Pope Paul VI and the Smoke of Satan

January 29, AD2013 47 Comments
Pope Paul VI and the Smoke of Satan

I have long heard about Pope Paul VI having referred to the “smoke of Satan” having entered the Church.  Usually most references to it do not mention when it was said and in what context.  The quote apparently was said on June 29, 1972 by Pope Paul VI on the ninth anniversary of his coronation […]

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