Tag Archives: Dictatorship of Secularism

A Tale of Two Books …

From Ireland: A personal tale of how my two books came to be written … Books about the Sacred Heart, the Catholic Mystery, Catholic Ireland – and the threat of both secular and New Age ideology.

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Against Inclusiveness by James Kalb (Review)

Why inclusiveness spells fascism …

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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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The Lost Piety of Catholic Ireland

Grieving for the piety and faith that is lost to Catholic Ireland …

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Tragedy in Ireland (Welcome to the Machine)

Why the tragedy of the same-sex ‘marriage’ referendum is the tragedy of becoming a machine …

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Pray for Ireland

Pray to the Guardian Angels of each voter in Ireland to vote for the Sacred Truth of Marriage …

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Belloc, Book and Candle

A post about Hilaire Belloc, his influence on my book – and excommunicating capitalism …

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‘A Regime of Heresy’: The Prophetic Hilaire Belloc

The prophetic Hilaire Belloc saw a regime of heresy, not unlike Benedict XVI’s ’dictatorship of relativism’. But what would happen if Belloc were to travel in time to the world of today?

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The Song of Secular ‘Tolerance’

There is a song, a dream of secular tolerance and political correctness. But here is why the song of secular ‘tolerance‘ is, in reality, highly intolerant …

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Catholicism and Secularism: Two Different Creeds

Although cultural denial is rife, Catholicism and Secularism form two opposed creeds in our society. Seeing this clearly helps us better understand the Dictatorship of Relativism, as Benedict XVI has called it – as well as Anti-Catholicism.

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Essays of a Catholic: A Fine Introduction to Hilaire Belloc (Review)

These essays from the great Catholic thinker Hilaire Belloc offer an exceptional introduction to his thinking – as well as a somber review of the fall of Christendom.

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World Materialism and the Feast of Christ the King

The origins of the Feast of Christ the King lies in awakeness to world materialism. A strange testimony from Rudolf Steiner illumines these matters.

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Denial of the Fall: The Triumph of Freemasonry?

A continued reflection on the cultural denial of the Fall in light of Pope Leo XIII’s warnings in regard to Freemasonry.

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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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Notes from Hibernia

  Some notes from Hibernia, some of them quite personal. I have had very little time to devote either to this website or to personal correspondence this summer. All I could manage was posting some already-written extracts from my upcoming book, Cor Jesu Sacratissimum. Happily, that time-situation, at least, seems to be changing  – so […]

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The Catholic Ireland of Éamon de Valera

      Today, we continue with extracts on Ireland, from my upcoming book Cor Jesu Sacratissimum. [UPDATE: Now Available here!] Two earlier instalments have appeared: Encountering Catholic Ireland (here) and Charity, Community and Caring in Catholic Ireland (here). In the most recent of those, I commented on my experience of living in Ireland and being […]

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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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Protecting Ireland from the Sword of Death

  There shall be a time, when they will not endure sound doctrine; but, according to their own desires, they will heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears: And will indeed turn away their hearing from the truth, but will be turned into fables. (Saint Paul to Timothy (2 Timothy 4:3-4)   Many years ago, Roger and […]

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Secularism and the Feast of Christ the King

  Today is the Feast of Christ the King. And how Kim and I have been blessed today by a high Latin Mass celebrated today by the Institute of Christ the King … Now, it is a truism that the Catholic Church has changed a great deal since Vatican II. It is also a truism […]

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Valentin Tomberg, the New Age and the Way of the Heart

Or: An Open Letter on the Salvation of the World     APOLOGIA This Page is in process of a regrettable Deconstruction. The Deconstruction will be ongoing over the days ahead. We will explain the reasons for this regrettable Deconstruction and aim for a Reconstruction with most of this material and indeed expanded on. Until […]

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