Cherishing an Older Catholicism
Report; Posted on: 2004-02-27 03:34:41

The following article, which, for the most part, is quite objective, describes one community of traditional Catholics. For the most part, they understand what is at stake and appear to be our allies in this titanic struggle for survival. They understand who is the vanguard of the cultural war against our people.-JC

Traditonal Catholics becoming stronger

"To varying degrees, members of the St. Benedict Center blame Jews for the death of Jesus, a belief that Gibson has said he does not share.

"But such a view was widely shared by Christians until the mid-20th century, and it is now at the heart of the debate over Gibson's new movie, which depicts Jews as pushing for the crucifixion of Jesus.

"The 33-year-old prior of the St. Benedict Center, Brother Andre Marie, said that "no thinking Catholic believes modern-day Jews share the same culpability of Caiaphas," the high priest of Jesus's day, but that today's Jews "belong to a religion which is, by its nature, deicidal," meaning God-killing."
Controversy highlights belief of traditionalists

Source: Boston Globe • Printed from National Vanguard
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