Tag Archives: Demythologisation

The Catholic House: Divided Against Itself

    I regret that I remain unable to devote the needed time and attention to both this site and correspondence. However, here is another extract from my upcoming book:   A clear disjunction can be found everywhere in the contemporary Church. There is a dissonance between the desire to resemble the world and the […]

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Bleeding Heart Conservative

Bleeding heat liberal is an unfortunate term indeed. A little suggestion that the Catholic origins of this term point to a need for bleeding heart conservatives …

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Iota Unum by Romano Amerio (Review)

Iota Unum features razor sharp insight into the Crisis of the Church. The work of a master: Romano Amerio.

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The Global Tragedy of Demythologisation

Some time ago, I stayed with a friend who is studying Catholic Theology at a Swiss university. We had some difficult conversations about the Faith. Difficult because we once shared many beliefs, but now stand in very different places. Our current differing perspectives clashed. Something my friend said to me, still rings in my ears. […]

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Valentin Tomberg: The Judas Kiss of Demythologisation

In my last weblog entry, I made reference to the materialism of the liberal Protestant theology of the likes of Rudolf Bultmann. And I noted briefly that this materialism had now tragically made its way into Catholicism, as well. Thus do I recall the teaching of a certain Jesuit, who explained the Crucifixion in terms […]

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