Alice von Hildebrand Dead – Death, Obituary, Catholic Philosopher Alice Marie von Hildebrand dies at Age 98

By | January 14, 2022

Alice von Hildebrand Obituary, Death, Cause Of Death – With sadness suffused by joy, I write to share that our beloved friend and sister Alice von Hildebrand went home to the Lord at 12:25 am this morning. She died peacefully at home after a brief illness. Of your charity please pray for the repose of the soul of Alice Von Hildebrand who passed away today. Alice Von Hildebrand was described as “one of the greatest women Catholic intellectuals we have today” in her lifetime.

The Belgian-born American Catholic philosopher, theologian, lecturer, author, and professor. Von Hildebrand was married to Dietrich von Hildebrand. Also very critical of modernism in the Catholic church, In an interview in The Latin Mass magazine in 2001, she spoke on the Latin Mass.

“The devil hates the ancient Mass. He hates it because it is the most perfect reformulation of all the teachings of the Church. It was my husband who gave me this insight about the Mass. The problem that ushered in the present crisis was not the traditional Mass. The problem was that priests who offered it had already lost the sense of the supernatural and the transcendent.

Alice von Hildebrand dead, defender of the Sacred Traditional Liturgy – cause of death

They rushed through the prayers, they mumbled and didn’t enunciate them. That is a sign that they had brought to the Mass their growing secularism. The ancient Mass does not abide irreverence, and that was why so many priests were just as happy to see it go.”

Alice von Hildebrand, Ph.D., is a noted speaker and author of several books on a variety of topics related to Catholicism. She is the widow of the famous Catholic philosopher Dietrich von Hildebrand, whom Pope Pius XII dubbed “the 20th century doctor of the Church.”

St. Augustine highlighted beautifully, profoundly, the difference between nature and super-nature. When God created man, he gave him a human nature. Man had all the characteristics of “creaturehood,” one completely dependent upon God.