They Have Uncrowned Him eBook

Angelus Press

SKU: EB5240E

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The Summa of Archbishop Lefebvre.

This is one of the most important books by Archbishop Marcel Lefevbre on the crisis in the Church since the Second Vatican Council. Here he covers the origins of liberalism, the subversion of orthodoxy by Vatican II, the decline of the missionary spirit due to "dialogue," the bad fruits of post-Conciliar Liturgical reforms, and his vision of restoration.

Most importantly, the Archbishop explains how the revolutionaries in the Church managed to dethrone Christ the King, both ecclesiastically and temporally.

Includes Card. Ottaviani's On the Relations Between Church and State and On Religious Tolerance, replaced at Vatican II by Dignitatis Humanae.