Don’t stop now

As world elites moan and groan over the UK’s departure from the European Union, Catholics should remind themselves (and others) that the current international order is one that has been created solely by the work of human hands. It is nothing more than a straw hut built on quicksand. John 15:5: “I am the vine, you the branches. Without me you can do nothing.” Please follow and like us:

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Another failed Fortnight

From June 21st until July 4th, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops will hold yet another “Fortnight for Freedom” event. 2016 marks, I believe, the fifth year the USCCB has decided to conduct this pathetic affair. The theme of this year’s Fortnight is “Witness to Freedom.” Please follow and like us:

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The Pope vs. The King

Ask your local novus ordo priest or Bishop about the Social Kingship of Christ. Seriously. Do it. Chances are you’ll be greeted with a blank stare looking back at you. Such is the sad reality of living in a post-Dignitatis Humanae world, a world where seemingly everyone thinks that man has a God-given right to reject the religion God himself said was the only way to eternal salvation. Please follow and like us:

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Buchanan on Brexit

In his most recent article, Pat Buchanan echoes essentially what I argued in this space a couple weeks ago: Europe is being re-made in the image of multicultural, intolerant, atheistic progressives. It would be in the best interest of countries like the UK to re-assert its political, economic and cultural sovereignty and remove itself from the European Union (See here, here and here for my remarks). Please follow and like us:

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News Link Roundup: May 5, 2016

Two importance articles. Both about social conservatism. Is it dead? I think so. And so does, I think, the blogger at A Blog for Dallas Area Catholics. His essay, “Does Cruz’s defeat mean the end of social conservative influence in the US?” is essential reading. Additionally, the comment box provided these most insightful remarks: Please follow and like us:

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News Link Roundup: May 1, 2016

Paul Ryan, the current Speaker of the House, will, in all likelihood, be forced to run for President at some point in his life. Of course, that won’t happen any time soon. 2024 is probably when he’ll take his chances. Last week, Ryan gave a speech at Georgetown about poverty and the poor. It was quite good. These sorts of events need to happen more often if the GOP ever wants to shed the image of being the party of millionaires and billionaires. Please follow and like us:

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Church & State – April 8, 2016

The latest in SSPX-Rome relations The problems with professional sports and fitness, the latest Planned Parenthood news, and transgenderism Inter-religious dialogue and false ecumenism is un-Catholic Dr. Brian McCall from Oklahoma Law School talks about religious freedom, Church-State relations and Dr. Thomas Pink All content and materials available on this web site are protected by copyrights, trademarks, service marks, patents, trade secrets, or other proprietary rights and laws.   Please follow and like us:

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