The Oath against Modernism

The Oath against Modernism was issued by the Roman Catholic Pope, Saint Pius X, on September 1, 1910, and mandated that “all clergy, pastors, confessors, preachers, religious superiors, and professors in philosophical-theological seminaries” should swear to it.

“The Oath against Modernism is no longer required before becoming a priest or a bishop. If it were, there would be even fewer ordination than there are. In effect, the concept of the Catholic faith has been falsified and many people without any wrong intention, let themselves be influenced by modernism”

The Church…

The Catholic Church in today’s sense is very different than the Church first founded in the first century to spearhead Christianity,

Thomas Aquinas is recognized as the

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