Fr. Martin Von Cochem (1900): “St. Cyril also, writing to St. Augustine, says that one of the three men who were raised from the dead told him: ‘As the hour of my death drew nigh, a multitude of devils, countless in number, came and stood about me. Their forms were more horrible than anything imagination can conceive. One would rather be burnt in the fire than be compelled to look upon them.’” (The Four Last Things, p. 55)
Pope Pius X (1907), Against Modernist Worship: "The chief stimulus in the domain of worship consists in the need of adapting it [worship] to the uses and customs of people.” (Pascendi # 26)
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