Tag Archives: Catholic America

“To Make the World Safe for Shopping”: John C. Rao on a Covert Revolution

John C Rao on American-led modernity’s endeavour “to destroy man, nature and culture – in order, ultimately, to make the world safe for shopping.”

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American Grace: The Eightfold Kingdom Within by Carol Robinson (Review)

Arouca Press rescues a great American Catholic from the depths of obscurity. A stunning book in the spirit of the Chesterbelloc, but also highly original.

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Star-Spangled Crown by Charles A. Coulombe – Review

A review of Star-Spangled Crown by Charles A. Coulombe, where love of America, Americana and American Counter-Revolution all meet in a feast of a book …

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American Catholic by Charles R. Morris – a ‘Review’

Some brief considerations of American Catholic by Charles R. Morris – a book that perhaps tells us almost as much about the passion of Catholic Ireland as it does Catholic America …

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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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The Courage of Charles A. Coulombe

  This entry is again mainly just a pointer, a pointer to a very long piece that has now been placed in the Reviews. But first a very personal notation … 2009 was a year wherein I was hit, HIT very deeply indeed by the writings of one Charles A. Coulombe. One Charles A. Coulombe, […]

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Puritan´s Empire by Charles A. Coulombe (Review)

A Very Personal Review of a Very Catholic Deconstruction of America.

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