New! Magisterial Authority

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Today, much confusion is created when a current Pope appears to contradict an earlier Pope, council, or whatever magisterial act you like, and to make things worse, there are plenty of yes men who will tell you that you are nuts for seeing the obvious contradiction in papal statements. How can this be? Have the gates of hell prevailed? In this reprint of several articles originally appearing in Christian Order, Fr. Ripperger helps us to understand the theological principles and the limits of magisterial authority, as well as what one ought to do when Popes contradict each other. This little book is a must read for anyone concerned about events today.

Magisterial Authority

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Today, much confusion is created when a current Pope appears to contradict an earlier Pope, council, or whatever magisterial act you like, and to make things worse, there are plenty of yes men who will tell you that you are nuts for seeing the obvious contradiction in papal statements. How can this be? Have the gates of hell prevailed?

In this reprint of several articles originally appearing in Christian Order, Fr. Ripperger helps us to understand the theological principles and the limits of magisterial authority, as well as what one ought to do when Popes contradict each other. This little book is a must read for anyone concerned about events today.

New! Manuale Exorcismorum

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Sensus Traditionis Press is pleased to present a reprint of one of the more famous manuals of exorcism used in the 17th and 18th century. This manual, being a collection from the Rituale Romanum, and several other manuals of exorcism in use at the time, was approved by the Bishop of Antwerp in 1635 and by the royal authority of the Hapsburg Regents ruling the Netherlands for the Spanish.

This has been completely reformatted and transcribed from the 17th century original by Ryan Grant, making it more easily readable without an ‘s’ that looks like an ‘f’, printer’s shorthand and other styles that people are not trained to read today.