Monthly Archives: June 2011

Witnesses to the Wind of Death: Valentin Tomberg and Malachi Martin

  For my part, it has been striking to note a metaphor used in common, by both Valentin Tomberg and Malachi Martin – those two great defenders of the Catholic Tradition who witnessed and deplored the changes in the Church during the 1960’s. For regarding the Second Vatican Council and its outcomes, both of these […]

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O Catholic Ireland! O Catholic France!

A succinct statement about the inspiration of Catholic Ireland and Catholic France …

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Answering the New Age: Where the Temples are Today …

The New Age asks: Where are the Temples today? The answer will surprise …

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Christ the King and a New Miscellany of Meaning …

Blessed by a new miscellany of meaning, including Anne Carroll’s lambasted book Christ the King, Lord of History …

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On Rennes-le-Chateau, the Cathars, the New Age and the Da Vinci Code …

What the New Age misses: The traditional Catholic elements to Rennes-le-Chateau and the Sauniere inspiration of the Da Vinci Code.

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The White Cockade by Charles A. Coulombe (Review)

  For reasons that should shortly become clear, the term ‘Book Review’ may be a misnomer here. But first, let me just say that what we have to do with here, is a reprint of a very slim volume of poems by Charles A. Coulombe, written in his youth, back in the 1980’s. Also included […]

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