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    Pius of Sutica
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  1. A man quotes the Dialogue which says that Malgath clearly said "strong will and intellect", not merely bodily, indicating that strong will was also not a good criterion of worthiness, because many mages, undead and so forth, possess strong wills.
  2. MALGATH OF SUTICA: DIALOGUES. PART THE FIRST: BJORN. Fraternity Publications, Dobrov: 1804. ABOUT THE AUTHOR. Malgath, later called Father Pius, was an High Elf convert to Canonism. These Dialogues were written before his conversion, at Sutica, probably in the mid-1700s. He had studied under an Akritian philosopher called Pythagoras (where he probably got the Dialogue genre), but left him around this time, for it is at this point he has embraced monotheism. PUBLISHER’S NOTE: The addition of the name of the character speaking (e.g. BJORN:) is an ed
  3. The excellence of this thesis rises up as incense to the Skies. Fr. Pius savours its delightful savour, saying to his father, Malin: "A man can have no regrets when he is in the Skies, gazing into the infinite goodness of Almighty God. But if I could, I would say that now I thought the Tractarian Movement over. But now I see that in the excellent Cardinal Manfried, it has a spiritual heir who represents its true impulse better than ere we could. God always provides." Fr. Pius with the rest of the citizens of the Skies, blesses the good Cardinal and intercedes for him.
  4. Pius of Sutica happily receives his brother into the Seven Skies. He turns to Blessed Seraphim and Goren, saying: "Now we just need to make sure that Griffith finds his way here, and we shall be all complete, we sons of Jude and Kristoff. And I shall look after Dima and Publius, too, though astray they have gone from the principles of our Fraternity..."
  5. ((sorry, this was unintentional. Please delete this second post.
  6. Pius of Sutica facepalms from the Skies as sedevacantism has been ruled to be basically licit.
  7. Pius of Sutica, born Malgath, (1610-1803) was a Priest and High Elf convert to Canonism who authored a great many spiritual and theological works. His Holiness James II called Pius: “An example of humility whom I wish to emulate and a teacher to whom I submit.” Along with Bl. Seraphim of Leora and Fr. Griffith of Gwynon, he formed a spiritual movement called the ‘Tractarians’, a name which comes from the ‘Tracts for the Times.’ Pius believed that true spiritual reform did not start with high politics and cardinal’s hats, but with the humble parish Priest stirring the hearts of men, and to that
  8. Fr. Pius of Sutica was blessed by God with a serene death. At length, the knowledge came to him that he must die. His eyes were strewn with tears as he had just received the visit and heard the Confession of his dearest brother, Father Griffith. And now, he smiled, an angelic smile as he could only say profoundly: "God has been too good to me." "My good friends, I wanted to say how much I love you. I do not wish my love for you to cease upon the earth. I have spent these decades serving you as best I can, by consoling, teaching and admonishing where necessary. All this
  9. Fr. Pius writes a reply. "I regret,citizen, that I cannot write at the moment. I am bedridden and I know my time to depart from this world is coming soon. I am suffering from great physical pain. But my good friend Fr. Dima has kindly agreed to write down my response, in as many words as I am able to say. First of all, as has already been pointed out, I am not a citizen of Oren. Nor do I hold up Oren as some standard which is to be imitated. I am a blessed son of Malin, like yourself, and have lived my life in divers countries. Those who know me best know that I am ver
  10. Father Pius, FSSCT, receives the obituary as he himself is on his deathbed. "Have no fear, Father," says he, smiling fondly. "It won't be long before I join you to wave it away."
  11. "Et Ego dedi Horeno uxorem primam." (Virtue 3:4) To Almighty God, be all glory, honour and empire, world without end. Amen. PREFACE. 'Friends, I recently wrote an essay in an Orenian column addressing the High Elven ideas of purity. It garnered some interest. But it lead me to consider the wider implications of patriotism, love for one's own race and nation. It is a virtue that my people, the High Elves, as you will know them, possess to an admirable degree, although, as I mentioned in that essay, we do take it to excess sometimes. This is
  12. "The Mali'aheral are right to care about purity, but wrong about the reasons." Father Pius of Sutica writes in an Orenian public journal. "That is why my blessed people are so severe in their actions. They think that this purity exists in a primordial state, that it is a gift that subsists in the Blessed Elven race, that it is the highest ideal, and that "our ancestors strove for purity", as our laws do say, and that therefore purity can be striven for and enforced. But really, barbarism and impurity are not things that can ever be behind us, but always beneath us. No man, whatever race he may
  13. "Most Reverend Father, I am delighted and thankful to hear of your request, and am happy to grant my consent. I remain your humble servant, Father Pius."
  14. THE SOLDIER’S PRAYER BOOK By Fr. Pius of Sutica, FSSCT, Assistant Priest at Dobrov. St. Edmond, Model of Soldiers, Pray for us. INTRODUCTION. WHAT IS PRAYER, AND WHY PRAY? SOLDIER, why do you need prayer? Perhaps you have been taught to memorise and parrot prayers from your childhood. Maybe it is a habit that has been worked into you; or a habit you have lost. But what are you praying for? What about? And why? If you believe that God, the one Being alone Sovereign and Supreme, derives any benefit from you saying a few words
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