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The Temporal Independence of the Pope (1)

The Temporal Independence of the Pope (1)

On September 20, 1870, Italian troops captured Rome, as well as what remained of the Papal States, that is, Lazio and Campania. Pope Leo XIII signed the official dissolution of these states on September 20, 1900. From 1870, the papacy considered itself a prisoner in the Vatican. The situation would be settled by the Lateran Agreements in 1929. We intend ... Lire la suite »

Mexico: Christopher Columbus Ousted – FSSPX.Actualités / FSSPX.News

Mexico: Christopher Columbus Ousted – FSSPX.Actualités / FSSPX.News

A statue of the explorer Christopher Columbus was removed on October 10, 2020 from a major thoroughfare in the Mexican capital by the authorities, under the pretext of restoring it. For several months, activists announced their intention to attack the statue, during the commemorations of the arrival of the Genoese explorer in America. In Mexico, the ideology of colonial repentance ... Lire la suite »

Brazil: the Solitude of Our Lady of Aparecida

Brazil: the Solitude of Our Lady of Aparecida

After Lourdes and Fatima, places that have drastically reduced attendance in recent months, due to health constraints linked to the Covid-19 epidemic, it is Brazil’s turn to block the flow of pilgrims who have come to honor the patron saint of the country, in the most frequented Marian pilgrimage site in the world. A desert esplanade, organs resonating in an ... Lire la suite »

Archbishop Lefebvre and Archbishop Charrière Before the Ecône Saga

Archbishop Lefebvre and Archbishop Charrière Before the Ecône Saga

Mgr. François Charrière (1893-1976) was the bishop who blessed the foundation of the Priestly Society of Saint Pius X. He was twelve years older than Mgr. Marcel Lefebvre (1905-1991), but they both received the episcopate a few years apart, under the pontificate of Pope Pius XII. Bishop François Charrière From Gruérien de Cerniat, Switzerland, then a student at the major ... Lire la suite »

Our Lady of Vocations Blesses the SSPX Seminaries

Our Lady of Vocations Blesses the SSPX Seminaries

“Each vocation has an infinite value,” said Father Pagliarani, Superior General of the SSPX, during the interview he granted to DICI on October 11, 2020. “A vocation is undeniably the most precious grace that the Good Lord can do for a soul and for His Church,” he continued. It is therefore with the greatest joy, and immense gratitude towards God, ... Lire la suite »

Pope Francis Wants to Visit Spain

Pope Francis Wants to Visit Spain

The Sovereign Pontiff – the first Jesuit Pope in history – wishes to visit Spain in 2022, half a millennium after the conversion of St. Ignatius of Loyola, illustrious founder of the Society of Jesus. This visit would be the first to the Iberian Peninsula for the Argentine Pope. It is in the Spanish edition of the magazine Il mio ... Lire la suite »

India: New Anti-Christian Campaign on the Horizon

India: New Anti-Christian Campaign on the Horizon

In India, conversions to Catholicism – like to any non-Hindu religion – are illegal in several states. In order to better enforce this legislation, and to carry out its program of expanding “Hinduism,” the ruling party is preparing to launch a national campaign. The week of hate. The phrase – immortalized by Georges Orwell in 1984 – evokes a propaganda ... Lire la suite »

The Holy See Strikes a Coin Bearing a Disturbing Image

The Holy See Strikes a Coin Bearing a Disturbing Image

The Vatican City Numismatic Service reports in the issuance schedule for 2020 the production of a 10 euro silver coin for the “50th anniversary of World Earth Day.” The product is available at the Vatican’s Ufficio filatelico e numismatico. On Friday October 16, the Vatican Mint issued a 10 euro coin. It is a commemorative coin for the anniversary of ... Lire la suite »

La vie de Malek Bennabi (34 et fin)

La vie de Malek Bennabi (34 et fin)

Dans « Le gai savoir », Nietzsche a écrit : « Ce n’est qu’après la mort que nous parvenons à notre vie et devenons vivants, oh très vivants ! nous autres hommes posthumes » (1). Il n’y a aucun doute que Nietzsche vit toujours, plus vivant que jamais, dans toutes les universités et les littératures du monde. Peut-on en dire autant de Bennabi ?  A la ... Lire la suite »

La vie de Malek Bennabi (33)

La vie de Malek Bennabi (33)

Le 7 mars 1973, un peu avant 18h 00, Bennabi et sa femme sont agressés par leurs voisins du dessous devant la porte de leur immeuble, avenue Roosevelt. Trois hommes et deux femmes le battent sur le trottoir jusqu’à ce qu’il tombe par terre. Il est roué de coups ainsi que sa femme. Son burnous blanc lui est arraché et ... Lire la suite »