Reclaiming Christmas from Commercialism

We've all heard it a million times. Christians decry the commercialization of Christmas (and rightly so) then feel offended when "Merry Christmas" is replaced with "Happy Holidays." I fully understand the reason for this frustration, but at the same time I think while we're desperately fighting to save a hundred-year old tradition of Christmas shopping,... Continue Reading →

I Have Lost Faith

It's finally happened. Now that the US Bishops Conference is over, and absolutely nothing was done to combat the crisis of homosexual abuse and cover up within the US Catholic Church, I can finally say I've lost faith. No, I haven't lost faith in Jesus Christ. No, I haven't lost faith in the intercession of... Continue Reading →

You’re Not Helpless!

Since writing my previous essay entitled Where to Find a Traditional Mass, I have been inundated with emails and messages from people saying that they don't live near any of these parishes, and asking me what to do. My first question is: what do you define as "near?" I know people who are driving over... Continue Reading →

Time To Vote Republican

Here in the United States we are approaching the Congressional midterm election this coming November 6. Now I personally don't like talking about politics on this blog, but every two years I make an exception, because even though I am ideologically a monarchist, I do believe that so long as we have a republic, Christians... Continue Reading →

Parallel Centuries

Looking at the historical Church parallels between the 16th century and the 21st century is shocking. For those of you who don’t know history, the 16th century was quite a mess. Corruption in the Catholic Church was extremely high. There were terrible popes. Sexual license was rampant throughout the Church but most especially in Rome.... Continue Reading →

Poetry is in Battle

I wear a ring that has some runic letters engraved on it. Rune is the written language of the ancient Germanic people (today the indigenous people of the U.K., Scandinavia, Iceland, Germany and Austria). The Vikings continued to use it until fairly recently in Old Norse, so its usually associated with them, but it actually... Continue Reading →

Our Lady’s Work Has Begun

Praise be to God, Our Lady's work has finally begun! The prophecies of Fatima are coming to their fulfillment. Many Marian prophecies are now coming to fulfillment, all at the same time. Saint John Paul II's prophecy of the Springtime of Evangelization is not to be understood in the present tense, but rather a future tense,... Continue Reading →

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