Pius IX on St. Peter Canisius’ Catechism
I just wanted to share an interesting quote of Pope Pius IX on Saint Peter Canisius's Catechism that I came across while reading a short biography of the Saint for his feast day. It heavily corroborates your point about the importance and reputation of this Catechism. It comes from the Bull of Beatification of the saint: "Having noticed that heresy was propagating everywhere through small books, Canisius thought that they would be no better remedy against evil than a good summary of Christian doctrine. He thus wrote his own but with such exactitude, clarity and precision that there exists nothing more suitable to instruct and confirm peoples in the Catholic Faith."
... May God continually pour more blessings on you and your apostolate.
Sincerely in Christ,
This video blew me away. It's a master class on refuting the Protestant position.
To some, this post might seem to be an absurd comment by just one individual, but it presents an extremely important insight about Protestantism that I don't think a lot of people recognize: when a person obstinately rejects a truth revealed by Almighty God and taught by His Church, he ends up in paganism and idolatry. I had never thought about this until I watched your video exposing the fraud that is Steven Anderson, as Anderson exposes the fraud that is Protestantism. Anderson, too, says that the bible itself is God.
These heretical (and incredible) remarks go a long way in explaining why Protestants have no use for actual, correct quotes from the Bible - even when the words are from our Lord Himself. For heretics, the Bible is not the word of God which they must hear and obey… No wonder popes and saints have often spoken of "the superstitions of heretics." Thanks for posting this.
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