An Open Letter to Confused Catholics What should the faithful do about the current crisis? How should the laity reconcile the modern church with the church’s longstanding practices and teachings? Read on to see Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre’s assessment of the current crisis. While it was written in 1985, it is still directly applicable to the situation the church finds herself in today. YouTube (all chapters combined) Preface Why are Catholics Confused? “They Are Changing Our Religion!” What They are Doing to the Mass? The Mass of All Times versus the Mass of Our Time. “You’re a Dinosaur!” The New Forms of Baptism, Marriage, Penance and Extreme Unction. The New Priests The New Catechisms The New Theology Ecumenism Religious Liberty Comrades and Fellow-Travellers Religious Liberty, Collegial Equality, Ecumenical Fraternity “Vatican II is the French Revolution in the Church.” The Marriage of the Church and the Revolution Neo-modernism or the Undermining of the Faith What is Tradition? True and False Obedience The Ecône Seminary and Rome The Mass of All Time Neither a Heretic nor a Schismatic What Families Can Do Building Up Verses Pulling Down Additional Information Used with permission from Angelus Press. The Open Letter to Confused Catholics can be purchased from Angelus Press, for those seeking a paper copy, or other resources from Archbishop Lefebvre.