Monthly Archives: May 2012

The (Secret) World I See (O Catholic Ireland!)

Catholic Ireland, Catholic culture, the Sacraments and the black-out of Catholicism in England and America.

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What is a Counter Revolution?

This website is a call – a call to Counter Revolution.

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Valentin Tomberg, Catholic France and the Sacred Heart – More Very Personal Reflexions Part IV

From Valentin Tomberg on Charles de Gaulle of France, Pope Paul VI and averting chaos in the Catholic Church in 1968.

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Valentin Tomberg, Catholic France and the Sacred Heart – More Very Personal Reflexions Part III

Very personal thoughts regarding Valentin Tomberg and the French Counter Revolutionary tradition of the Sacred Heart.

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Timothy T. O’Donnell: Swords Around the Cross (Review)

Ireland, O Ireland! Here is a fine book about Catholic Ireland, the Catholic Faith and Christendom – from Timothy T. O’Donnell of Christendom College.

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On Dechristianisation: Priests, Prelates and People – Nicholas Atkin and Frank Tallett (Review)

Nicholas Atkin and Frank Tallett write a well-rearched, but flawed account of Catholicism since 1750. It contains a sobering account indeed of the de-Christianisation of Europe.

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A Primer for Catholic Theology: The Christian Theological Tradition by Cory and Hollerich

  I am really very fond of this book – although it is not as traditional as most of the books I now praise at this site and I first it read during a time when I was much less traditionally Catholic than I am today. Still, this American college textbook is the best beginner’s […]

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Pope St Pius X by F.A. Forbes (Review)

A slim volume about the life and times of the beautiful St. Pope Pius X is helpful as a simple introduction to this great Saint – but it may leave one hungry for more.

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