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Theological Resources

This is mainly for my own convenience, but if any of you find it helpful, well and good.  I do a LOT of apologetics on Twitter (you can follow me at @ColleenEldrach1) and rather than hunt through all my usual go-to websites every time I need to share an article, I've decided to post the most useful ones here by topic for easy reference.

What IS Sedevacantism? Traditionalmass.org > Key Issues http://www.traditionalmass.org/issues/
Section E on popes and heresy: http://www.traditionalmass.org/issues/#e

"Traditionalists, Infallibility, and the Pope" by Fr. Anthony Cekada:  http://www.traditionalmass.org/articles/article.php?id=103&catname=10



Origins of Sedevacantism
Marcel Lefebvre, Sedevacantist (Video)

https://youtu.be/DqgcCujfQF0

1983 Letter of the Nine Priests to Archbishop Lefebvre (and guess what, they WEREN'T expelled over sedevacantism):
http://www.traditionalmass.org/articles/article.php?id=48&catname=12
Legal battle of the Nine with the Society of St. Pius …

Irene Ulanowski Obituary

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Today was the funeral of one of my best friends.  I knew her since I was 11 or 12, saw her nearly every week, talked to her on the phone, went shopping with her, went out to eat - the works.  It didn't matter that she was 63 years and some months older than me.  She was like a third grandma and a great girlfriend all in one.

Her name was Irene Anna Ulanowski, and she was born on August 7, 1927, in Hamtramck, Michigan, as the fifth child and second daughter of Anthony and Anna Kotowski, staunch Polish Catholics.  Her parents decided to name her Anne Marie, but their oldest, seven-year-old Janina, was so excited and kept exclaiming "my Irene!" that then eventually settled on a compromise (apparently the three boys in between Janina and Irene, Chet, Hank, and Stanley, weren't outspoken enough on the name topic to have an influence).

Anna Kotowski had been born in Poland in 1902 but was sent to the United States as a young teen by her family.  She worked at a boarding ho…