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"Pascendi Dominici Gregis" is a papal encyclical letter promulgated by Pope Pius X on September 8, 1907. The pope condemned modernism and a whole range of other principles described as "evolutionary".

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A perfect book

A great encyclical that withstands the realities of time. I found this audio book to be developmental and maturative for a young man coming of age. I further highly recommend it.

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never skip original sources

The writing is a perfect example of it's era. In other words, it's long-winded, but it is a primary source which I needed to read for my own understanding. I encourage all Traditional Catholics to read this in addition to an overview of the Church Councils, the lecture series on Vatican II and The Reformation 500 years later. These have been the most helpful for me in my quest to understand the SSPX, SSPV and other Traditionalist diversions from the main Church and the truths behind everything.

As a critique, the reader mispronounced several words including anathema, Magisterium and most of the Latin. Otherwise, his pace and rhythm were good and his performance was pleasant.

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Highly Philosophical Language

It’s better to hear this encyclical audibly than to not experience it at all, but the philosophical depth of the language lends itself more to reading - where the reader can pore over a particularly information-dense sentence - than hearing in audiobook form.

As others have pointed out, the narrator has some issues with pronunciation which, though distracting and annoying, do not otherwise detract from the audiobook.

St Pius X, Ora Pro Nobis!

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Pronunciation problems

Narrator was a bit off on the pronunciation of words such as “anathema”, “calumny”, “exegesis”, and “magisterium”.