Enjoy the video footage from last week’s 10th March of Independence in Warsaw.
The first volume of the complete works of the outstanding 1940’s – 1950’s U.S. Catholic magazine Integrity is a must-read for anyone who’s serious about living the Faith.
“Born in 1911 and 1916 respectively, Carol Robinson and Ed Willock co-founded Integrity magazine in October 1946 in New York City …….. Integrity writers were under no illusion that American-style liberal democracy was the solution to atheistic communism. They unashamedly called for the conversion of the West to the Catholic Faith.
……. It is fair to categorise Willock, as well as Robinson, as being of the same calibre and of the same anti-modernist, anti-Americanist school of thought as Fr. Clifford Fenton and Fr. Francis J. Connell, American priests who, during the mid-20th century, warred against Liberal Catholics like Fr. John Courtney Murray (the main architect of Vatican II’s document on religious liberty).
……. Unfortunately, their wholly orthodox, Aquinas-inspired theology was scrapped at Vatican II and replaced by the so-called “new theology” pushed by the likes of Council periti Yves Congar, a progressive French Dominican who was censured in the decades prior. The Church has been suffering ever since.”
Heathen kids who know nothing about Christianity like to dress to shock on Halloween.
Catholic kids need to show them that All Hallows’ Eve (Halloween) is meant to celebrate the Christian saints in Heaven, and that you can’t get more gruesome (or cool) than the Christian martyrs.
Teach the heathen kids that Christianity is the real counter-culture against the modern world.
Catholic literary author and lecturer Joe Pearce writes that “A new film, simply titled Tolkien, purports to depict the author’s formative years as a child and young man, but will, I fear, show only a perverted and distorted version of the truth, weaving lies in a manner of which Wormtongue himself would be proud.”
“All the strength of Satan’s reign is due to the easy-going weakness of Catholics”
– Pope St. Pius X, 1908, discourse at the beatification of St. Joan of Arc
“It is the duty of all Catholics worthy, of the name … to endeavour to bring back all civil society to the pattern and form of Christianity which We have described”
– Pope Leo XIII, 1885, Immortale Dei