April 17, 2017
During the joyful centenary of Fatima, why does The Angelus focus on Luther? Because like our commemoration of Lent, the Church must remember its moments of sadness and crisis so that we can both learn from our history, and reflect on Holy Mother Church's resilience throughout her most seemingly hopeless trials.
February 14, 2017
During the past year's political upheaval both in the United States and worldwide, it seems wise to review the Church's teachings in depth:
December 08, 2016
The last issue of 2016 continues the series on Theological Virtues - this time examining Hope in the topics of Heaven, Limbo, and more.
September 14, 2016
Fortitude... One of the great virtues bestowed on us by the Holy Ghost. We examine figures who displayed strength and today's application.
August 02, 2016
This month's issue of "The Angelus" dives into the a long-standing teaching of the Church - that we must live in this world but not of it
May 20, 2016
This issue of the Angelus gives insight into the true notion of Divine Mercy. During this Jubilee Year, when the Holy Father has offered extraordinary means of obtaining grace, it is good to review the Church's traditional teaching of Mercy.
April 07, 2016
This issue of The Angelus will give us an interesting insight into the preparatory conciliar schema which, unfortunately, was not adopted at Vatican II. You will also find within this issue the call of Archbishop Lefebvre for a crusade which urged the young adults of 40 years ago to form Catholic families, open to life and open to God and vocations, as they had always been in previous times in the Church.
January 25, 2016
Throughout history, developments in technology and communications have gone hand-in-hand. The latest technological developments, such as the Internet and mobile devices, have taken the science of communication to a new level.
December 02, 2015
Holy Mother Church assists her children even in their final hours with the fortifying sacrament of Extreme Unction.
September 25, 2015
“When he founded our Carmel of Sebikotane, the Archbishop [Lefebvre] was asking himself why the Catholic missions were expanding so much and why the pagans were converting. He felt that the reign of God was coming closer and closer. In answer to these questions, he explained that ‘this is because five Carmelite nuns are praying for the apostolate.’ Really, he puts a lot of trust in us! But again, we tried to live up to this trust.” (Mother Superior of the Carmel in Senegal)