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Priests of Campos, Brazil

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The priests of The Mouth of the Lion defend Catholic Tradition.

"Schismatics," "excommunicated," "rebels," "disobedient," "Lefebvrists," "Fundamentalists." With these epithets it is attempted to manipulate the collective imagination so as to create a void around those Catholics faithful to the Tradition of the Catholic Church. Only through the mercy of God have we received the grace to number amongst them, we priests of the diocese of Campos who make up the Priestly Fraternity of Saint John the Baptist-Mary Vianney.

In examining, by contrast, with serenity and with no ulterior motive, our position in the current crisis of the Church, it will be recognized that we are simply Roman Catholics in the Apostolic tradition. We make up no sect, nor a "traditionalist" party. We have no doctrine of our own, nor any peculiar liturgy, nor any parallel hierarchy. Our doctrine, our liturgy, our hierarchy are those of Holy Church, Catholic, Apostolic, and Roman.

A great companion to The Mouth of the Lion, the story of Bishop Antonio de Castro Mayer and the last Catholic diocese - Campos, in Brazil. This is the story of the epic battle against Fideicide in a humble corner of South America.

60 pp. Softcover.

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Angelus Press aims to promote the immemorial Tradition of the Catholic Faith and the Tridentine Rite of the Mass with an unswerving commitment to orthodoxy and the Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church. As an apostolate of the Catholic press, we have the mission of spreading the Faith through the printed word by our books and magazine publications. We pray that the Good Lord will continue to bless our apostolate of bringing the integral Catholic Faith to modern men, some of whom, by the grace of God, still seek Him Who is the Way, the Truth and the Life (Jn 14:6).

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