Monthly Archives: June 2015

Against Inclusiveness by James Kalb (Review)

Why inclusiveness spells fascism …

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The Bells of the Angelus

A small appreciation of the bells of the Angelus in Catholic Ireland, France and Switzerland …

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Feast of St. Columba

    Today is the feast of St. Columba, second patron of Ireland and Apostle of the Picts in Scotland. He was a man of northwest Ireland, born in 521 in Gartan, County Donegal, later dying on the Scottish island of Iona, on June 9th, 597. St. Columba is the patron Saint of Derry, where […]

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The Secular Supposition of Original Innocence

Unconsciously, secularism is predicated on believing in Original Innocence, rather than Original Sin. This supposition explains many things …

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