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The best weapon the simple pewsitter can have today is to know his/her Catechism. So says Archbishop Lefebvre:

"In the Church there is no law or jurisdiction which can impose on a Christian a diminution of his faith.
All the faithful can and should resist whatever interferes with their faith, supported by the catechism of
their childhood. If they are faced with an order putting their faith in danger of corruption, there is an
overriding duty to disobey." (Open Letter to Confused Catholics : Chapter 18 : para 9)


On our Lord's Passion, Death, Resurrection and Ascension

On the Holy Ghost and His Descent Upon the Apostles

On the Effects of the Redemption

On the Church

On the Attributes and Marks of the Church

On the Sacraments in General

On Baptism

On Confirmation

On the Gifts and Fruits of the Holy Ghost

On the Sacrament of Penance

On Contrition

On Confession

On the Manner of Making a Good Confession

On Indulgences

On the Holy Eucharist

On the Ends for which the Holy Eucharist was Instituted

On the Sacrifice of the Mass

On Extreme Unction and Holy Orders

On Matrimony

On The Sacramentals

On Prayer

On the Commandments of God

On the First Commandment

The First Commandment - On the Honor and Invocation of the Saints

From the Second to the Fourth Commandment

From the Fourth to the Seventh Commandment

From the Seventh to the Tenth Commandment

On the First and Second Commandments of the Church

On the Third, Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Commandments of the Church

On the Last Judgment and Resurrection, Hell, Purgatory and Heaven

Catholic News

The Holy Mass

Rosary in Latin

Gregory XVII "Siri" The Pope in Red

The Coming Great Catholic Monarch

Examination of Conscience

Antichrist (Catholic Prophecy)

Catholic Prayer

Infant Baptism in Emergency

Catholic Podcasts

Catholic Links


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