Msgr. George Agius

Monsignor George Agius (1873-1962) was a theologian, canon lawyer, and lifelong friend of Pope Pius XII. Fr. Agius served in the newly created Diocese of Lincoln, Nebraska. In the 1920s, Agius was asked to define and then help meet some of the challenges that confronted the Church in that decade, specifically the widespread rejection of authority, the challenging of doctrines, and the denial of Christ's divinity.


Oral Tradition Is Not Corrupted Over Time

The Apostles wrote that part of Revelation which is contained in the Scriptures, while their disciples wrote what the Apostles preached, taught or instituted in the Church, but which had not been written by the Apostles. It is a mistake to dream only of an oral tradition carried on from generation to generation through the…