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Paul VI Beatified? The book that stopped the beatification process Pope Paul VI Paperback – January 1, 2009


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  • Paperback: 326 pages
  • Publisher: The Apostolate of Our Lady of Good Success (2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0615417566
  • ISBN-13: 978-0615417561
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.2 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,678,066 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By John Andrew on August 11, 2011
Now made available in English. First published in 1998 by Editrice Civilta of Brescia, Italy and written by award winning author, Father Luigi Villa, Doctor of Dogmatic Theology.

What is the significance of this book?

* Father Luigi Villa was commissioned by Padre Pio and given a papal mandate from Pope Pius XII to dedicate his life to defend the Catholic Church from the work of Freemasonry - most especially Ecclesiastical Freemasonry.

* Padre Pio warned Father Villa, in their second meeting in 1963, to be brave as Freemasonry had already invaded the Catholic Church and had even "made it into the shoes of the Pope!" The reigning pope of the time was Paul VI.

* Playing the "Devil's Advocate" (as was once a requirement in the process for beatification),

Father Villa answered the call of Cardinal Ruini, Vicar of the Pope for the city of Rome, who had issued an "Edict," appearing in the diocesan weekly "Roma Sette" on May 13, 1992, which, "invited every single faithful to communicate to us directly ... any information" which, in any way, may argue against the reputation of sanctity of the said "Servant of God" by writing this book.

* This book is based on the critical study of thousands of pages of encyclicals, speeches, Conciliar documents, historical journals, commentaries and magazines.

* It was written in order "to transmit, ... the "truth", in order to remain faithful to the Faith of Jesus Christ, Our Lord, which is transmitted by His Church, sole "custodian" of the "Depositum Fidei"!

Anne McGinn Cillis, a spiritual daughter of Padre Pio, Franciscan tertiary and author of "Arrivederci, Padre Pio - A Spiritual Daughter Remembers" stated in regards to this book:

"In my opinion, it is perhaps the most important book ever to be written in our time! ... It reinforces that the New Mass is "The Great Sacrilege" as written by Father James Wathen."
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By John McConnell on March 31, 2013
Because of the numerous references to Catholic works, encyclicals, traditions, councils, authorities, and authors, this is a book perhaps primarily for Catholics, traditional Catholics who consider that with Vatican II "something is rotten in the state of Denmark".

"The pontificate of Paul VI has been, to us, a real catastrophe, for the reason that it was an authentic revolution that spun the Church on a 180 degrees about-turn, by means of a Council that supplanted the 'Traditional Church' with a 'New Church' that carried us back to Luther, to the riots of the Synod of Pistoia, which Pius VI condemned with the Bull 'Auctorem Fidei' of 1794 (p. 27).... And now, let us ask ourselves: Why was that [subjectivism and modernism a la Kant and Rousseau] which the Church had always strongly rejected and condemned, allowed even within the doctrinal riverbed by Vatican II?" (p. 29).

In a General Audience of July 2, 1969, Paul VI stated:

"We wish to make our own the important words employed by the Council; those words which define its spirit and, in a dynamical synthesis, form the spirit of all those who refer to it, be they within or without the Church. The word 'NOVELTY' - simple, very dear to today's men, is much utilized. That word [was] given to us as an order, as a program [and it] comes to us directly from the pages of the Holy Scripture: 'For behold [says the Lord], I create new heavens and a new earth'. St. Paul echoes these words. And Jesus, our Master, was not He, himself, an innovator: 'You have heard that people were told in the past, but now I say unto you'...

"It is precisely thus that the Council has come to us. Two terms characterize it: 'RENOVATION' and 'REVISION'.
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