Digital Download - 2014 Conference Audio The Mass Heart of the Church

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Each year, Angelus Press invites Catholics from all over of the world to come and consider important aspects of the Catholic Faith through a series of talks given by traditional Catholic priests and speakers. This fall, Angelus Press welcomed over 500 souls who traveled to Kansas City to attend the 5th Annual Conference for Catholic Tradition. Over the weekend of October 10th, 11th, and 12th, a topic that is both vital to Catholic culture and to Catholic spirituality was considered and contemplated: The Mass, Heart of the Church.

The 2014 Conference on The Mass is absolutely vital to Catholic life. We encourage Catholics to listen to these talks and find a renewed source of Light, Strength, and Peace in attending the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass - which is the Heart of the Church.

Speakers and Topics:

The Symbolism of the Offertory: Fr. Couture, SSPX

The Mass in Times of Persecution: Fr. Iscara, SSPX

Apologetics: What is Our Objection to the New Mass?: Fr. Themann, SSPX

The Spirituality of the Holy Sacrifice: Fr. Rutledge, SSPX

Ecumenism: The Original Sin of the New Mass: John Vennari, Catholic Family News

The Motu Proprio and the Future of the Mass: Michael Matt, The Remnant Newspaper

Luther and the Protestant Attack on the Church: John C. Rao, Ph.D., Professor at St. John's University

Archbishop Lefebvre and the Traditional Mass: Bishop Tissier de Mallerais, SSPX

The Mass as Vehicle of Catholic Culture: Andrew Clarendon, M.A., Professor at St. Mary's Academy and College

Sermon at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic ChurchBishop Tissier de Mallerais, SSPX

The Mass and Catholic Marriage: Fr. Wood, SSPX

A Diocesan Priest Discovers the Traditional Mass: Monsignor James Byrnes

Conclusion: Fr. Wegner, SSPX, District Superior for the U.S.




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