Monthly Archives: September 2010

A Cryptic Traditional Catholic Travelogue 13: Our Lady of Pontmain

Travelling through France, blessed by Our Lady of Pontmain, the fourth great Marian Apparition of Nineteenth Century France.

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Our Lady’s Immaculate Heart Pierced by a Sword

Praying the Rosary, one may feel Our Lady’s Immaculate Heart – pierced by a sword …

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The Tragic Tale of Claire Ferchaud and the Great War by Raymond Jonas (Review)

On the Tragic Tale of Claire Ferchaud and the Great War by Raymond Jonas – a very personal review after visiting Loublande where Sr. Claire lived …

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A Cryptic Traditional Catholic Travelogue 12: O Claire Ferchaud!

  Introduction 2013: This is the penultimate part of a very personal, fragmentary series of posts I did whilst travelling through the ruins of Catholic France during the summer of 2010- from Lourdes in the South to Pontmain in the north, the subject of the final installment. Here I tell of my unforgettable visit to Loublande, […]

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A Cryptic Traditional Catholic Travelogue 11: The Vendée – Home to a Counter-Revolution

Travelling through the Vendée, one finds a different France: the France of the Counter Revolution in honour of the Sacred Heart.

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A Cryptic Traditional Catholic Travelogue 10: Pyramids on the Nile

webb   Introduction 2013: This is the tenth part of a little series I wrote whilst travelling through France in the summer of 2010. I felt like I was witnessing the devasted ruins of a former civilisation: Catholic France. Or La Vraie France as the French used to call it: the true France. This series […]

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A Cryptic Traditional Catholic Travelogue 9: Liberal Catholicism, like a Sieve …

A formerly liberal, but increasingly traditional Catholic tells why Liberal Catholicism is like a sieve.

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