RORATE CÆLI: Fr. Rutler: In this presidential election, we cannot be indifferent – one side is flawed, but the other is EVIL

  October 30, 2016 by Fr. George W. Rutler On the Election Exactly eight years ago I wrote a column titled “The One We Were Waiting For” in which I referred to a book by Monsignor Robert Hugh Benson, The Lord of the World. That dystopian novel has been cited by Pope Benedict XVI, and Pope Francis said he has read it several times. The protagonist, if one can apply that term to an Anti-Christ, Continue Reading →

Narcissism and the Dynamics of Evil

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On Politics

C. S. Lewis remarked, in Mere Christianity, I  think, that the greatest evil we can do is to call what is evil good  and what is good evil.  It does not matter whether this calling is  shrouded in the form of relativism, diversity theory, or the will to  power.  The effect is the same. In  the end, we now call, by various sophisticated names, what is evil  good. We make laws to justify this reversal Continue Reading →

Politics for All Seasons – Truth and Charity Forum

No matter how powerful or how democratic the government might be, if they should declare something to be a right which is not in accord with the truth of man expressed in the natural law, such a right would not be a law but a usurpation of law. Voting then must be guided by the truth. It is possible that a person would vote for a given imperfect candidate because even though they found some Continue Reading →

God is Love

God is Love Itself and Christ is sometimes referred to as the Truth, the Light, the Good or the Beautiful. In fact, many people find Christ by looking for one of these traits specifically. Each of these attributes is in reality a reflection of our God as revealed in Christ and they possess a common thread. Love is simply that which mankind needs to fully become human. It fills him and rescues him from his Continue Reading →