Monthly Archives: January 2010

The Lost Piety of Catholic France II – Our Lady of La Salette

How Our Lady of La Salette appeared weeping – weeping for the lost piety of Catholic France …

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Wings of Angels and the Mystery of the Catholic Mass

    One thing I hope to do occasionally at this site is to things on the web that seem to me particularly beautiful or important. Not just any old thing that might have a little importance, I repeat, but things that have impacted me significantly. With that in mind, I will just say that I […]

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The Secret of the Rosary by St. Louis de Montfort (Review)

An Absolute Jewel … The Secret of the Rosary.

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The Lost Piety of Catholic France – Paray-le-Monial and more …

  For years, I have been grieving the Lost Piety of Catholic France. But really, the title of this entry is euphemistic. Because when one knows the history of post-revolution Catholic France and when one has faith, it is hard to avoid stronger titles, such as the Destroyed or Murdered Piety of Catholic France. Still, […]

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The Novus Ordo Fails to Guard and Contain

Experiencing the Novus Ordo after the Latin Mass.

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Imaging the Sacred

(Illustration by Ariel Agemian. Note: It is only since and through publishing this picture that I discovered the identity of this wonderful artist. For more, please see discussion in comments below.) I was happy to discover this old image of the Mystery of Ordination on the web. And I am doubly happy to republish it […]

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The Song of Bernadette (Review)

A very, very moving account not only of the Miracles of Our Lady, but also of the Lost Piety of Catholic France.

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The Courage of Charles A. Coulombe

  This entry is again mainly just a pointer, a pointer to a very long piece that has now been placed in the Reviews. But first a very personal notation … 2009 was a year wherein I was hit, HIT very deeply indeed by the writings of one Charles A. Coulombe. One Charles A. Coulombe, […]

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Puritan´s Empire by Charles A. Coulombe (Review)

A Very Personal Review of a Very Catholic Deconstruction of America.

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Iota Unum by Romano Amerio (Review)

Iota Unum features razor sharp insight into the Crisis of the Church. The work of a master: Romano Amerio.

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Rudolf Steiner, Valentin Tomberg and Outraging Modern Sensibilities

  Dear Readers, I wish you all a Blessed New Year. Now, this will not be so much a usual entry. Instead, it is more a pointer to a very long comment that I have posted concerning Valentin Tomberg here. If this link should not take you directly to this very long comment, you will simply need […]

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