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saying with a loud voice: Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth....
[Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:13]

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Free Ebook: Short Catechism of Church History

Short Catechism of Church History
by Right Rev. Mgr. J.H. Oechtering, V.G., 1916

To those who for half an hour apply to the teaching or learning of the Catechism, each time an Indulgence of one hundered days.

To fathers and mothers who teach the Christian Doctrine to their children, servants, and other persons in their employment, each time an Indulgence of one hundred days.


197. Q. What dangers threaten Christendom at the present time?

R. I. The spirit of infidelity, which is fostered by godless education, a licentious press, and secret societies.

2. The spirit of anarchy, which threatens authority, law, and order.

3. The spirit of liberalism, which pretends to reconcile Catholic truth with the false doctrines of modern thought.

4. The spirit of socialism and communism, which attempts to destroy the family and the rights of property.

5. The dangerous and widespread error, that man may save his soul through the natural virtues (for instance temperance, honesty, brotherly love, patriotism, humaneness and a certain outward respect for God and religion), needing neither actual nor sanctifying grace, nor supernatural faith, hope and charity. (See Pelagianism Ch. III.)

198. Q. What alone can save the world from such dangers?

R. The return of men to the teachings and graces which Jesus Christ entrusted to His Church. This alone can save the world from the grave dangers which threaten the very existence of human society. . . . . . pages 95 - 96.

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