Tag Archives: Catholic Traditionalism

The Legacy of Pope Benedict XVI (an Overview by Charles A. Coulombe – Reviewed)

Charles A. Coulombe provides a stunning overview of the the legacy of Pope Benedict XVI.

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On Old Thunder – Joseph Pearce’s Life of Hilaire Belloc (Review)

Joseph Pearce offers a rich, colourful life of Hilaire Belloc, which, oddly, sometimes fails to get to the core of Belloc’s very raison d’être.

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Traditional Catholic Education: Suffer the Little Children to Come Unto Me …

Traditional Catholic Education: an unforgettable memory of the tradition at work in Catholic France.

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On the Sacred Heart, the Crisis of Catholic Tradition and the New Age Movement

A traditional Catholic looks at the Crisis of the Church, modern materialism and the New Age movement.

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A Cryptic Traditional Catholic Travelogue 4: Josephin Péladan and Charles A. Coulombe

Fourth part of a rather cryptic travelogue by a traditional Catholic travelling through France and ruminating on Josephin Péladan and Charles A. Coulombe.

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On the Traditional Latin Mass, Liturgical Abuse and Suffering …

On the traditional Latin Mass and suffering liturgical abuse as a traditional Catholic …

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The Traditional Latin Mass: From Ordinary to Extraordinary …

Why the traditional Latin Mass is extraordinary (whilst Elvis Presley sings the Novus Ordo).

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The Traditional Latin Mass: Becoming Awake to Holy Mystery

The Latin Mass can awaken one to the true reality and mystery of the Holy Mass. A priest tells of his discovery through learning the Triaditional Mass

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Conserving Catholic Tradition

World materialism and the need to conserve Catholic tradition

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