Article by Marc Aupiais
Rorate Caeli which covers special interests relating to the Latin Mass, and to the FSSP and SSPX, has written an article which would suggest their sympathies are closer to the SSPX than to the church, here is an extract:
"We thank the best overall Catholic publisher and bookseller in the English-speaking world, Angelus Press, for their generous support of our contest [...] Angelus Press never fails to print and/or offer excellent publications. Visit their website frequently and watch out for their latest announcements. (This is certainly not an ad, but a sincere acknowledgment of the gift that Angelus Press is to the world.)"
Rorate Caeli (relabelled SSPX sympathisers; SSPX special interests news; American; possible affiliation with SSPX)
We quote "New Catholic"
So, who are these "never fails to print and/or offer 'excellent' publications" people? But the unofficial voice of the SSPX, the schismatic group of priests who split from Rome under former Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre:
It's own website says:
"Angelus Press was founded in 1978 in Dickinson, Texas by Fr. Carl Pulvermacher, OFM. It began as an apostolate of the Society of St. Pius X to promote Catholic literature. Since its conception, Angelus Press has published a monthly magazine – The Angelus -- "A Journal of Roman Catholic Tradition.” [...]
In time, Angelus Press began to publish and print its own books on rudimentary presses. Collation was done completely by hand – a most time-consuming process.
Angelus Press (SSPX Publisher)
From the confines of our humble Texas shack, we moved to Kansas City, Missouri in 1992, occupying the basement and the first floor of the SSPX’s St. Vincent’s Priory (formerly known as the Regina Coeli House)."
Says Catholic Answers' This Rock Magazine, the Angelus Press published the following title, which on its own even if you don't read the open affiliation to the sspx, you will see is pro-sspx:
"The Collected Works of His Excellency Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, vol. 1 [The Angelus Press]"
As quoted by Catholic Answers Apolostate: This Rock Magazine (Catholic Special Interests and church issues; Independent; American)
We quote "Brian O’Neel"
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