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Bennabi, Kawakibi et Abderrazik

Bennabi, Kawakibi et Abderrazik

Quand Bennabi parle de « spirituel », il ne faut pas en déduire forcément « religieux ». Il emploie le terme au sens psychique, psychologique, énergétique. Il conçoit qu’une civilisation puisse se faire et se maintenir sur la base d’une idée non religieuse et d’un ensemble d’idées multiples plutôt que d’une idée unique. Il privilégie le spirituel sur le temporel, ... Lire la suite »

Cana and Calvary – FSSPX.Actualités / FSSPX.News

Cana and Calvary – FSSPX.Actualités / FSSPX.News

Many mysteries are hidden in the event of the wedding at Cana. The first miracle of Jesus thanks to the intercession of Mary, the transformation of water into wine as a symbol of the mission of the Redeemer who transforms fallen man into the “new vessel” of grace, and as an announcement of the miraculous transformation of wine into Christ’s ... Lire la suite »

The Strong Heart of Mary

The Strong Heart of Mary

We must fight, my son, for God and for the King! Repeated the Vendeans and the Chouans. As the enemy hordes never stop besieging us, attacking our faith, our culture, our lives, our families, and above all the Presence of Our Lord on our altars, let us look our Queen and let us listen to the powerful rhythm of her ... Lire la suite »

Eugenics Against Children With Down’s Syndrome

Eugenics Against Children With Down’s Syndrome

The decriminalization of abortion, associated with the wide dissemination of tests allowing early detection of abnormalities in the fetus, has initiated the implacable logic of eugenics. The case of trisomy 21 or Down’s Syndrome is emblematic in this area. It was inevitable, and those who are still hiding their faces are hypocrites or naive, to put it mildly. If, on ... Lire la suite »

A New Priory in Tokyo

A New Priory in Tokyo

After 27 years of apostolate in Japan, the Society of Saint Pius X was finally able to open a priory in Tokyo. Since his priestly ordination in June 1993, Fr. Thomas Onoda has been constantly flying from the Philippines to Japan to exercise his apostolate in his own country. Initially, the opening of the priory was scheduled for last September, but ... Lire la suite »

In Compostela, the Holy Year Counts Twice

In Compostela, the Holy Year Counts Twice

With the opening of the Holy Door of the Cathedral of Santiago, celebrated with great pomp on December 31, 2020, an exceptional two-year jubilee has just begun in the city of Compostela. It all started in the afternoon of December 31, in the Obradoiro de Compostela square, when Alberto Nunez Feijoo, the president of the Galicia junta, reviewed the troops ... Lire la suite »

A Child Saved From a Bullet by His Crucifix

A Child Saved From a Bullet by His Crucifix

It’s a great New Year’s story, which struck people in Argentina. On December 31, at around 10 p.m., little Tiziano, 9 years old, was playing with his sister and cousin in the garden of the family home, located in Las Talitas, Argentina. He suddenly felt a sharp pain in his chest. The child then sees a bullet on the ground ... Lire la suite »

The Confessions of Archbishop Gänswein

The Confessions of Archbishop Gänswein

The health of Benedict XVI, sidelined from the Roman Curia: the private secretary of former Pope Benedict XVI reviewed the main events that may have affected him during the year 2020. “I am thankful to God that 2020 is finally over.” Archbishop Georg Gänswein has a heavy heart. Surprisingly, it was to the German tabloid Bunte—a magazine known for having ... Lire la suite »

Abortion Is the Leading Cause of Death in the World

Abortion Is the Leading Cause of Death in the World

Our age is full of numbers. Everything is measured, cataloged, enumerated: the whole of human life is linked to figures. Statistics on anything and everything are posted regularly. However, we would prefer to ignore some of them. But unfortunately the abacuses, the tables, the curves are in front of us and impose the ruthless crudeness of their light. Global abortion ... Lire la suite »

Seville Plans to cut Holy Week 2021 to the Bare Minimum

Seville Plans to cut Holy Week 2021 to the Bare Minimum

The epidemic caused by SARS-CoV-2 has forced religious authorities in Seville to cancel in advance, by 2021, the processions that are traditionally held in the Andalusian capital during Holy Week. For several centuries, in Seville, between Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday, about sixty penitential confraternities have gone in procession, to retrace the Passion of Christ, consecrating Holy Week as the ... Lire la suite »