Apologia for Tradition
Author : Roberto De Mattei
Publisher :
Total Pages : 136
Release : 2019
ISBN 10 : 1949124037
ISBN 13 : 9781949124033
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Apologia for Tradition Book Description:

Understanding Catholic Tradition and its essential role in Christ's indefectible Church through the ages!Apologia for Tradition is a powerful, well-documented defense of sacred Tradition as a solution for the modern crisis in the Church. This book demonstrates how the Catholics of history and today are united in a timeless battle to defend Tradition. A battle that stretches from the sands of the Colosseum to the cultural arena of today's post-Christian era. The book shows:* The triumph of Tradition over persecution and heresy* Historical examples of the Church's method of adherence to Tradition* How in every era, Christ raised up saints to defend the Tradition of Holy Mother Church* How evil has attempted to eradicate Tradition, especially todayIn the unhappy event of a conflict between the "living Magisterium" and Tradition, the primacy can be attributed to Tradition alone, for one simple reason: Tradition, which is the "living" Magisterium considered in its universality and continuity, is infallible in itself, whereas the so-called "living" Magisterium, understood as the current preaching of the ecclesiastical hierarchy, is infallible only under certain conditions.-Roberto de Mattei

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