PICS: Thousands of Poles Pray on the Border Against ‘Islamisation of Europe’~ Breitbart News

AP Photo/Alik Keplicz by VICTORIA FRIEDMAN8 Oct 20172,018 Thousands of Catholics formed a human chain along the borders of Poland on the anniversary of an historic victory by Europe over the Ottoman Empire officially to pray for peace and “against the Islamisation of Europe”. Polish media reports hundreds of thousands of adherents participated in the “Rosary on the Borders” event on Saturday, October 7th, to mark the anniversary of the Battle of Lepanto, where “the Christian fleet overcame Continue Reading →

THE PERSECUTION OF ORTHODOXY

by Josef Seifert 10 . 5 . 17 If one considers the transformation of Plato’s Academy, champion of eternal truth, into a center of radical skepticism against which St. Augustine wrote his Contra Academicos, or contemplates the splits and changes that have occurred in all other philosophical schools, one will see that the preservation of Catholic doctrine over two millennia is a miracle. Considering likewise the countless divisions between and within the different Protestant confessions, as Continue Reading →

The Unserious ‘Serious’ Discussion About Guns: There is no real moral philosophy informing it.

by George Neumayr in the American Spectator The philosophy underlying liberalism is at once totalitarian and relativistic. It proposes more government and less morality. It laughs at the mustiness of the Ten Commandments, then demands respect for a flurry of new laws. It scoffs at old codes of self-control, then presses for “gun control” and greater state controls on this or that freedom. From this ethos, regnant for decades in elite circles, has come an Continue Reading →

Senseless killings in Las Vegas: waiting for answers

            Stephen Craig Paddock opened fire and killed 58 and wounded 515 innocent victims according to the latest numbers. At such times there is endless conjectures about why or how we can prevent these types of things from recurring. But, alas, we have to be patient and calm and await the facts that will surely unfold in due time. It reminds me of the first such tragic shooting that I Continue Reading →

What is the legacy of the last 50+ years of leftist protesting?

The progressives and an endless spin-off of groups has captured the media for an insufferable amount of time. We have had legitimate protests before, of course, and they were usually on national topics of concern; civil rights, the increased involvement in Vietnam come to mind. They were topics that concerned us all as a nation and as moral concerns. But am I the only one that has noticed that for the last 50+ years there Continue Reading →

To sign or not to sign: Fr. Ray Blake’s Blog

How very sad this is. ****** Thursday, September 28, 2017 To Sign or Not to Sign I have been asked to sign the Filial Correction, I signed the letter of the 45 academics and pastors last year, and almost immediately found Cardinal Nichols’ tanks parked on my lawn to inform me of his displeasure, which was quite mild unlike other lay signatories, who were sacked from their jobs in Catholic institutions for their pains, Dr. Continue Reading →

Have we been left to the viciousness of the wolves?

P.S. Is Bergoglio working to make it possible to pick his own successor? Also, it seems to me that you can tell alot about a man by those whom he holds close and promotes as opposed to those whom he shuns and demotes. From the Remnant: http://remnantnewspaper.com/web/index.php/articles/item/3440-resisting-francis-pope-corrected-for-spreading-heresy

Left wing idiocy keeps insinuating itself into our lives ~ leave us the hell alone

I don’t think I am alone among those who are sick and tired of the left wing hollywood productions, situation comedies, late night comedies and their constant barrage in their biased news programming. It seemed that sports was the last bastion where people did not have to be bludgeoned with individual personal peeves and their infantile protests when all that the consumer wants is an escape from the constant drone of discontent and their declaration Continue Reading →

With Great Sadness, I Did Not Watch the National Football League on Sunday

Sep 25, 2017 RUSH: I want to share with you first the way all of this affected me, because in many ways I think that I am fairly typical. I am smack-dab in the middle of the targeted marketing the NFL does to acquire and hold an audience, right smack-dab in the middle of it. And I have to tell you, I was so sad Sunday morning when all of this started falling out. I Continue Reading →

All Decent People Should Be Afraid of Sodomites. Here’s Why. | Barnhardt

Ann tells us what nobody else wants you to know about the realities of the “lifestyle” that are being professed as harmless. All Decent People Should Be Afraid of Sodomites. Here’s Why. EXPLICIT CONTENT WARNING.  We are a war with sodomites, whether we like it or not.  We are in a war with execrable faggots like James Martin, Ethh Jay, and really all unrepentant sodomites.  Given that sexual perversion is a derivative of Diabolical Narcissism, Continue Reading →

Auditor claims Vatican axed him for probing illegal activity

AFP September 24, 2017 Rome (AFP) – The Vatican’s former auditor general, who resigned without explanation in June, said Sunday he was forced out after his investigations into possible illegal activity hit too close to home. “Let me be clear: I did not voluntarily resign. I was threatened with arrest,” Libero Milone said in an interview conducted with four media outlets including Italy’s Corriere della Sera daily. The auditing whizz, who spent much of his Continue Reading →

The Revolution, George Soros, and the Assault on the West ~ The Remnant

Friday, September 22, 2017 by  Dr. Boyd D. Cathey Sometimes I think back four decades to my college years. Between grad schools, I served as assistant to conservative writer and philosopher Russell Kirk in Mecosta, Michigan. Being a Southern boy, the one significant thing I recall about the climate up there was that we had snow on the ground—and lots of it—from around Thanksgiving all the way until April. So, other than my secretarial duties Continue Reading →