A short introduction to the life and spirituality of St. Ignatius of Loyola for the day of his Feast.
How Valentin Tomberg’s Catholic thinking was marked by a profound critique of the Reformation and the Enlightenment.
Hello again Friends, Known and Unknown, This weblog starts up again . . . after months of winter. And although most of the time, I resist the temptation to personal, chatty or informal writing at this blog—I’ll make an exception this time. (You’ll note the contractions I don’t normally use). Many personal events have sharpened […]
The Jesuits by Malachi Martin, where the ex-Jesuit Martin recounts not only the Jesuits origins, but the tragedy that has befallen them …
2023 Update: Here is the first of a never-completed nine part series of musings on Valentin Tomberg, Catholicism, Rudolf Steiner and the world tragedy, written many years ago in 2011. In recently re-visiting it, for the first time in years, I have seen fit to rewrite it a little. But for the most part it […]
Books from Roger Buck
Foreword by Roger Buck
Capitalism Catholic France Catholic Ireland Catholic Mystery Catholic Traditionalism Church in Crisis Counter-Revolution Dechristianisation Dictatorship of Secularism Hilaire Belloc Latin Mass Liturgical Year Liturgy and Sacraments New Age Our Lady Personal/Autobiography – Roger Sacred Heart Valentin Tomberg Videos World Tragedy