Category: Sodalitium Pianum

Does the Vatican Read Sodalitium Pianum?

Does the Vatican Read Sodalitium Pianum?

Some interesting viewers today (and not for the first time): Interesting that someone in the Vatican would be Googling for an English translation of St. Alphonsus’s Theologia Moralis.   Since even the modernist prelates are proficient in Latin (e.g., I even studied Latin in an American Novus Ordo seminary before coming to Tradition), I am guessing…

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Who Reads Sodalitium Pianum?

Who Reads Sodalitium Pianum?

The short answer is: Not many. Nonetheless, we thought our few readers might like to know who else is taking a look at Sodalitium Pianum once in a while, so we have provided some statistical information from our Google Analytics app (which tracks blog activity behind the scenes), and posted some charts below, with some…

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Explanation for Deleted Posts

Explanation for Deleted Posts

Blog readers might notice I have deleted two recent posts, and wonder why. First, the priest to whom I submit original articles for review raised an objection to the article “Archbishop Lefebvre Explains Himself.” He stated that I had not properly understood and/or represented Bishop Tissier’s (and consequently Avrille’s) explanation/distinction between the conciliar church and…

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Program of the Sodalitium Pianum

Program of the Sodalitium Pianum

Following in the footsteps of Pope St. Pius X and Monsignor Benigni, we make the following prayer and program our own.  All the text which follows is a slightly improved Google Translation Fraternal Prayer of the “Sodalitium Pianum” Jesus Christ Our Lord and Savior, We beg you for the triumph of your holy Cause against…

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The Sodalitium Pianum Blog has added “Categories”

The Sodalitium Pianum Blog has added “Categories”

As a courtesy to our readers, the Sodalitium Pianum blog has added “categories” (or “tags”) to the top of all our articles and posts. A category pertains to a particular subject, such as: SSPX Marriages; Bishop Williamson; Jewish Question; SSPX/Rome; Bishop Faure; Non Una Cum; Novus Ordo; etc. So, if for example you wanted to…

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Contact Form Added

Contact Form Added

Dear Readers- Sodalitium Pianum has added a “Contact” form. To get in touch with the Editor, just complete the form which you will see in the right-hand sidebar, if you scroll down a bit, and we will get to your message as soon as possible. Semper Idem, Sean Johnson

Archiving Project

Archiving Project

For posterity and review, I have added seven older original articles I had written for previous blog or fora platforms. The posting of new original articles will now resume going forward.

We Are Back!

We Are Back!

Having risen from the ashes, the Sodalitium Pianum blog is back! Thanks to the heroic efforts of a friend, the old blog posts were retrieved, and reposted on this newly designed platform. It may take me a while to get the hang of the new user tools, and things will be a bit slow for…

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Who Was Monsignor Umberto Benigni?

Who Was Monsignor Umberto Benigni?

“Umberto Benigni was a Catholic priest and Church historian, who was born on 30 March 1862 in Perugia, Italy and died on 27 February 1934 in Rome. A lecturer in Church history from 1885, one year after his ordination to the priesthood, he also engaged in journalism, at first locally, and became in 1893 editor…

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Mission Statement

Mission Statement

“In reaction to the movement within the Roman Catholic Church known as Modernism, Pope [St.] Pius X issued in 1907 the encyclical Pascendi Dominici Gregis and the decree Lamentabili Sane Exitu, which condemned the movement as a heresy. To ensure enforcement of these decisions, Monsignor Umberto Benigni organized, through his personal contacts with theologians, an…

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