“Neither divided, nor seduced, nor terrorized, but united in Our Lord, convinced and peaceful , we fight for the Catholic social order, this order which is inseparable from the Mass of all times, this order which is that of Christ the King. There is no other solution to the crisis we are experiencing.” – M. l’abbé Raphaël d’Abbadie d’Arrast, on the occasion of the fourth public rosary outside the Quebec parliament, Sunday 14th March, 2021.
‘The West’ came into being upon the destruction of Christendom.
Before ‘The West’ came into being there was Christendom.
Christendom preached Christ the King. ‘The West’ preaches Liberalism.
The West was formed from the Masonic ideas of the so-called Enlightenment, from the marriage of Protestantism and Freemasonry, and by the U.S. and French Revolutions.
‘Catholic Action: Uses, Abuses and Excuses’ is the name of a seminal paper written for The Saint George Educational Trust and published in booklet form in the late 1990’s.
The paper struck a deep chord with Bishop Bernard Tissier de Mallerais of the Society of Saint Pius X and led to him publishing his own article on the subject, entitled ‘Catholic Action Defined’, in the August 2003 edition of ‘The Angelus’ magazine.
We link below to the first four chapters of the booklet covering uses and abuses. Suffice it to say that earning one’s salt requires Catholics in action rather than Catholic inaction.
G.K. Chesterton once wrote that “The greatest miracle is the fact that politicians are tolerated”.
Happy Feast Day of the Kingship of Christ — Immortale Dei (Encyclical on the Christian Constitution of States), Pope Leo XIII: “First and foremost, 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.”
Have you read Belloc’s Essay on the Restoration of Property?