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Tuesday, March 3, 2020

TRADIVOX:  Giving Voice To Tradition

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(SOUTH BEND, Indiana: 3/2/20) -- Bishop Athanasius Schneider has assumed the role of Episcopal Advisor to the U.S.-based nonprofit TRADIVOX, in their landmark new catechism restoration project .

For the first time in history, dozens of long-forgotten official Catholic catechisms are coming back into print, freshly reformatted as a multi-volume series. This series includes texts that span from the 1200s  to  the  mid-1900s,  issued  and  endorsed  by  bishops  throughout  the  world  - a powerful demonstration of the continuity of Church teaching across time and space.

Tradivox is also designing a digital learning platform to harness the doctrinal content of these venerable texts; a tool able to give instant and reliable answers on matters of faith and morals, according to the approved catechisms through the centuries. This promises to be an invaluable resource for anyone seeking to learn or teach the Catholic Faith in the digital age.

Tradivox is seeking corporate sponsors, regular donors, and additional volunteers for the completion of their publication phase. Please support this timely and much-needed project, aimed at the restoration of integrally Catholic faith and practice ­­­today.schneider for tradivox

"I invite the faithful of the entire world to support this historic effort, as we seek to restore the perennial Catechism of the Church."  + Athanasius Schneider



About Tradivox, Inc.

Begun in 2013 as an international research effort, T radivox incorporated in 2019 to grow their mission of "Giving Voice to Tradition." Based in South Bend, Indiana, they develop faith-based educational resources for the cause of Catholic restoration worldwide.

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