Buy it, read it, send it to a brother orrnsister in the catacombs.” – – Pat BuchananrnLeading Catholic laymenrnand priests are takingrnnotice of a new magazine:rn* “The best publication available today, bar none. You findrnyourself saying to people,’did vou see the article on that inrnThe Latin Mass?’ It covers not onlv the Mass and what’srnbeing done to restore it, but many other topics that arernconsidered too hot to handle by all other magazines I’mrnaware of, I know many priests who read it cover to cover,rnas do I the day it comes. They read it in the Vatican, thevrnread it in seminaries all over Rome, and thev read it atrnmany Catholic universities in America—and thevrncondemn it at manv, too. Which is high praise for arnCathoUc publication today.” —Father James McLucas,rnFormer Editor, Faith and Reason, STD, The Angelicum, Romern•I- “Invaluable.” —William F. Buckley, Jr.rn•i* “The Latin Mass magazine, one of the finest newrnpublications on the market, is on the cutting edge ofrnCatholic traditionalism, and is must reading for those whorncherish the Church we grew up in. Buv it, read it, send itrnto a brother or sister in the catacombs.” —Pat Buchananrn* “When Notre Dame’s Richard McBrien attackedrnCardinal Alfons Stickler for his devotion to the traditionalrnLatin Mass, he referred to this magazine. When anrnAmerican Cardinal attacked “ultra-conservatives” from hisrnpulpit, he also referred to this magazine. It has beenrnbanned at the bishops meeting in Washington, where it wasrnonce distributed to each bishop and available in the pressrnroom. And, it has been refused admission to the CatholicrnPress Association. And, needless to sav, it is forbidden atrnmanv seminaries. One issue will suffice to show vou whv.”rn—Father Ignacio Barreiro, STD, Santa Croce University, Romern•i” “Widely read by concerned clergy, including our bishops.rnThe Latin Mass magazine presents traditionalist views goingrnfar bevond the Roman Catholic Mass itself. The spirit ofrnVatican II having become a free-for-all for some, I commendrn7 he Latin Mass magazine to concerned laity as well.rn(Additionally, the magazine’s annual Rome pilgrimage is arnrefreshingly spiritual experience for its readers.)”rn—William P. Clark, former Seci^tarv of the Interior andrnNational Securitv Adviser to President Ronald ReaganrnP^^t^rnv<rnWld i>rnRecent and upcoming articlesrn(partial list):rn• Right-wing Liberals in fhe Churchrn• William F. Buckley, Jr. on the Old Mossrnand Vatican IIrn• The Traditionalist Woman Who Set Italyrnon Its Earrn• Changing the Mass: Cardinal Spellman’srnMisgivingsrn• The Mother of All Mosques (Thomas Molnar onrnthe Meaning of the Moslems’ New Home in Rome)rn• Pontifical Universities: Not All They’re CrackedrnUp To Bern• Traditional Art and Architecture Returnsrn• Sheila Rauch Kennedy: Cruelty at the Heartrnof Today’s Annulmentsrn• Archbishop Weakland’s Hysteria. MichaelrnDavies’ Responsern• Neil McCaffrey, RIP: The Man and the World HernRoised Me In, by Roger McCaffreyrniiicrnl-iiKiiitdi^iniJrn