Tag Archives: Back to the Land

Urban meltdown

France is in serious melt-down. There are famous prophecies approved by the Church which speak of very serious civil strife everywhere. Anarchy reigns before God intervenes directly in human affairs and causes a great worldwide chastisement leading to the re-establishment of Christendom and a period of peace. It is said that Paris, Marseille and London will drown in their own blood. Or perhaps, as many others think, a New World Order will be imposed from the chaos and we will find ourselves coming under the reign of the Antichrist.

Either way, Catholics must get back to the land and dig in. Urban areas will become a hellish environment where Catholics definitely won’t survive. Protect your children and flee the towns and cities.

The Church and the Land

The Church and the Land is a collection of essays and articles by England’s famous Dominican Distributist. De facto “chaplain” to the Distributists and the Distributist movement, Fr. Vincent McNabb was in many ways the most passionate and fervent of those seeking reform of economic life in the name of truly human values.

In over 40 short essays, Fr. McNabb tackles subjects as diverse and yet unified as industrialism, morality and economics, working conditions, and the role of the state in shaping and defending the proper economic conditions.

Fr. McNabb’s is a common and yet unique voice within the Distributist tradition, for he represents the voice of the Church, with its characteristic concern for morality and the salvation of souls, in economic as well as all other aspects of man’s daily life. Originally published: London, 1926.

Available from Carmel Books and all good booksellers.