Angelus July August 2020 How Catholics Built Civilization

Angelus Press


Theme: How Catholics Built Civilization
  • America’s Deeply Catholic Beginnings, by Fr. William J. Slattery
  • Culture and Hamlet, by Andrew J. Clarendon
  • Christendom in the Jungle: The Jesuit Missions in Paraguay, by Fr. Juan Carlos Iscara
  • Isabel the Conqueror, by Fr. Dominique Bourmaud
  • The Father of California, by Fr. William J. Slattery
  • Faith and Civilization According to Archbishop Lefebvre, by Bishop Bernard Tissier de Mallerais
  • The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass: The Offertory—Part Four, by Fr. Christopher Danel
  • There is No Greater Love, by a Benedictine monk
Christian Culture
  • Autun Cathedral, by Dr. France-Marie Hilgar
  • These Ruins Are Inhabited: Catholic Civilization Versus “the Libido for the Ugly,” by John Rao, D.Phil. Oxon.
  • Ismael de Tomelloso: A “Red” with a White Soul, by Anonymous
  • How to Educate the Child in the Spirit of Service, by the Sisters of the SSPX.
Questions and Answers, by Fr. Juan Carlos Iscara
  • What is a “human right”?
  • Is it permissible to tolerate evil?
  • Complex Questions & Simple Answers, Part Four: Prof. Felix Otten, O.P. and C.F. Pauwels, O.P.
  • Book Review: An Introduction to Catholic Social Doctrine, by Christina Kochanowski
Theological Studies
  • Tradition’s Answer to the Conciliar Ecclesiology, by Fr. Davide Pagliarani
The Last Word, by Fr. Daniel Couture