2021 Conference Audio
SKU: 8811 | ISBN: 9781685290030
2021 Conference for Catholic Tradition - Full conference audio. 14 disc set.
Catholics and Persecution
Persecution is a word that resonates with Catholic throughout the ages and around the world. No era has passed without first attacking the Catholic Church and her faithful, and yet the One, True Faith still stands and its dogmas and the Holy Sacrifice endure.
Due to the efforts of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, the traditional Mass survived the tumultuous post-conciliar years, and continues to be both our heritage and salvation. Today's current situation only further reveals both the strength of the perennial faith and the weakness of its new parody; as parish after parish denies the sacraments to their faithful, the traditional Mass continues to grow and thrive. It is precisely because of this success that the traditional Mass is now undergoing further sanctions.
At the 2021 Angelus Press Conference we discuss the impact of Traditionis Custodes, how we can protect our churches from the State, and how Catholics have survived persecutions throughout history. Fr. Davide Pagliarani, the superior general of the Society of Saint Pius X is this year's keynote speaker.
Track 1: Introduction - Fr. John Fullerton
Track 2: Persecution as a Part of the Church's History - Fr. John McFarland
Track 3: Persecution by Excommunication - Fr. Paul Robinson
Track 4: Catholics, the Law, and the Modern World - Brian McCall
Track5: The Age of Martyrs - Christopher Check
Track 6: The SSPX at the Heart of the Battle for Christ the King - Fr. Patrick Rutledge
Track 7: The Mission of the SSPX - Fr. Davide Pagliarani
Track 8: Loyalty in Crisis - Fr. Gerard Beck
Track 9: How Catholics have Survived Crises - Dr. John Rao, D.Phil. Oxon
Track 10: Padre Pio - Andrew Clarendon
Track 11: Sermon at St. Vincent de Paul - Fr. Davide Pagliarani
Track 12: What Young Catholics can do. - Dr. John Rao, D.Phil. Oxon
Track 13: The Devil's Wager on Your Marriage - Fr. Michael Goldade
Track 14: Round Table Q & A, and Conclusion - Fr. John Fullerton