History of Eucharistic Adoration to 1254

Among Protestant and secular historians alike, there is a tendency to assert that the practice of Eucharistic Adoration is o...
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Papal Primacy in the First Councils

It is standard fare in the apologetical work of Protestants and Eastern Orthodox to assert that the doctrine of the primacy ...
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Liturgical Handwarmers

Celebrating the sacred liturgy in cold climates before the advent of central heating presented interesting challenges to the...
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Could Mary Queen of Scots Have Kept Her Throne?

After a brief and tumultuous reign on seven years (1561-1567), Mary Queen of Scots was defeated by a rebel army led by her h...
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Laesio Enormis

Catholic social teaching from the Middle Ages right up to the modern day has stressed the economic concept of equality in co...
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The Assault on Constitutive Tradition

Why does the liturgy always bear the brunt of the attacks launched by those intent on remaking the Catholic Church in the im...
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