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Crusade Magazine - May/June 2011

Crusade Magazine - May/June 2011

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May/June 2011
Magazine
OUR LADY OFGOOD SUCCESS:
THE AMAZING STORY
OUR LADY OFGOOD SUCCESS:
THE AMAZING STORY
 
S
aint Francis of Sales, the bishop of Geneva, while on a journey during Lent, went to a church that was attached to the monastery of Capuchin friars. He arrived at sermon time; the preacher had takenostentation in dress as his sermon’s theme and was inveighing vehemently against prelates and ecclesiastical dignitaries who,instead of setting an example of humility, wore splendid garments.When the sermon ended, the bishop went into the sacristy andsummoned the preacher. Once they were alone, Saint Francis said,“Reverend Father, your discourse was edifying. It may also be true thatwe who are in authority in the Church are guilty of sins from whichthe inmates of the cloister are exempt. Nevertheless, I consider ithighly unwise to say such things as you did on this subject from the pulpit to the common people. Moreover, I wish to call your attentionthat for many reasons it is a matter of necessity that the princes of the Church should keep up an appearance befitting their rank.Besides, one never knows what may be hidden beneath a silken robe.Saint Francis unbuttoned the upper part of his purple cassock, and letthe monk see that he wore a ragged hair shirt next to his skin. “I show  you this,” Saint Francis added, “so that you may learn that humility isquite compatible with the rich dress of one’s office. From henceforth,see that you are less harsh in your judgments and more prudent in your speech.” If the dignitaries of the Church were wretchedly dressed,they would lose the respect due to themselves and to their office.Therefore it is not only permissible, but obligatory upon them, to dressin accordance with the official rank they hold.
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From Father Francis Spirago’s
Anecdotes and Examples Illustrat- ing the Catholic Catechism
(New York: Benziger Brothers, 1904),187–188.
ForgottenTruths
Humility Is Compatible with the Rich Dress of One’s Office
BY FATHER FRANCIS SPIRAGO
Announcement
CALL TO CHIVALRY 
Summer Camps
Announcement
CALL TO CHIVALRY 
Summer Camps
For details, please contact Cesar Francoat (717) 852-8013 for the Louisiana camp orThomas Schneider at (717) 225-7147 ext. 255for the Pennsylvania camp.
M
uch more than just a camp, this first-rate program in- vites boys ages 13 to 18 to follow in the footsteps of Cru-sader saints, and discover the treasures of Christian civilization.Activities include informative talks, Rosary processions, chal-lenging games, adventurous hikes, treasure hunts, skits and me-dieval banquets.The Call to Chivalry Summer Camps will be held in Louisianafrom June 28 to July 7 at the Feliciana Retreat Center in Nor-wood and in Herndon, Pennsylvania from July 28 to August 6 atthe St. Louis de Montfort Academy.
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For details, please contact Cesar Francoat (717) 852-8013 for the Louisiana camp orThomas Schneider at (717) 225-7147 ext. 255for the Pennsylvania camp.
 
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Keeping our promises.
Page 6
Over ten thousand at-tend Ecuador’s Rosary of the Dawn.
MAY/JUNE 2011
Contents
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Editor:
C. Preston Noell III
Associate Editors:
 John Horvat II, Michael Drake,Michael Whitcraft
Photography:
Gary Isbell, Michael Gorre, Kenneth Murphy
Foreign Correspondents:
Charles E. Schaffer, Austria; José Carlos Sepulveda, Brazil; Philip Moran, UnitedKingdom; Benoit Bemelmans, France; Beno Hofschulte,Germany; Juan M. Montes, Italy; David Nash,South Africa; Felipe Barandiaran, Spain
The American TFP
The American Society for the Defense of Tradition,Family and Property (TFP) is an organization of layCatholic Americans concerned about the moral crisisshaking the remnants of Christian civilization. Itsorigins date back to January 1971, when the first TFPmembers started to group around the publication
Crusade for a Christian Civilization
. It is a civic, culturaland nonpartisan organization which, inspired by thetraditional teachings of the Supreme Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church, works in a legal and peaceful manner in the realm of ideas to defend and promote the principles of private ownership, familyand perennial Christian values with their twofoldfunction: individual and social. The TFP’s words andefforts have always been faithfully at the service of Christian civilization. The first TFP was founded inBrazil by the famous intellectual and Catholic leaderProf. Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira in 1960. His work inspired the formation of other autonomous TFP sisterorganizations across the globe, thus constituting the world’s largest anticommunist and antisocialistnetwork of Catholic inspiration.
IN BRIEF4CHIRST IN THE HOME
The Right Kind of Love
5COMMENTARY
The Rosary of the Dawn:Ecuador’s Homage to the Queen of Heaven
6COVER STORY
Our Lady of Good Success: The Amazing Story 
7ANF PROGRESS REPORT
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Teenaged Rosary Rally Captain
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 Jerry Springer: Protested
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Two Deliveries to Fatima
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Defending the Pope
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Visiting a Muslim Family 
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Our Readers Write
16TFP IN ACTION
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Victory for God’s Marriage in Maryland
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Madonna University CancelsPlanned Parenthood Speaker
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CPAC Needs Moral Leadership
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Exposing Planned Parenthood
22BACK COVER
Well-Prepared Dishes, A Recipe for Charity 
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Page 20
Victory for God’s Marriage in Mar yland.
Crusade Magazine 
is a publication of The American Society for the De-fense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP). Direct all requests and in-quiries to:
Crusade Magazine 
, P.O. Box 341, Hanover, PA 17331 ore-mail to: crusade@TFP.org. Web: www.TFP.org, Tel.: 888-317-5571,Fax: (570) 450-6352. © 2011 by The Foundation for a Christian Civi-lization, Inc. This publication may include images from iStockphoto™which are protected by copyright laws of the U.S. and elsewhere.ISSN 1096-3782 LCCN 98-641433
M-111
Cover:
Painting of Our Lady of Good Success appearing toMother Mariana de JesusTorres in Quito, Ecuador.
OUR LADY OFGOOD SUCCESS:
THE AMAZING STORY
May/June2011
Magazine

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