Category Archives: Pope Pius X

Pope St. Pius X (1835 – 1914)

Pope St. Pius X was born Giuseppe Melchiorre Sarto on June 2, 1835. His father was a postman in the town of Riese, Italy. ┬áHe was the second of ten children. Even though his family was poor, education was very … Continue reading

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SSPX Splinters Further (Like all Protestant Organizations)

The Society of St. Pius X (SSPX) has once again show its true colors through the actions of its members. In the last year or so, three breakaway movements have appeared within the ranks of SSPX to counter Fellay’s efforts … Continue reading

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Oaths of Fidelity to the Church Are Making a Comeback

On Friday, the Washington Post ran an article entitled: Arlington Diocese parishioners question need for fidelity oath. The article described how recently the Dioceses of Arlington required all teachers Diocese to submit to all of the teachings of church leaders. … Continue reading

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Pope St. Pius X Writes a Encyclical Condemning Schismatic SSPX

The schismatic Society of St. Pius X or SSPX has caused much damage to the Roman Catholic Church over the last several of decades. (I will talk more in depth on this subject in an upcoming post.) They continually quote … Continue reading

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