Sunday, 22 November 2015

Reflection on the Liturgy

What may be derided as sterile archaism in the West is all too often considered as the most venerable spirituality when found in the East.

Reflection on Charity

While charity may cover a multitude of sins, it is a cloak for neither stupidity nor blindness. 

Reflection on The Left and Multiculturalism

The Leftist's belief in diversity is limited to citizens looking different but believing and acting in ways identical. 

Saturday, 21 November 2015

Reflection on Temperament

A peaceful temperament caused by general indifference is a worse vice than one marked by passionate outbursts. 

Friday, 20 November 2015

Reflection on Being Moderate

The "moderate" path in religion and politics in pursuit of a higher consensus tends by its own force downwards. Pusillanimity of soul and base self interest is commonly disguised by so-called principled toleration. 

Friday, 13 November 2015

Reflection on the Faith in the Modern World

Since the last Council our prelates have very consciously adopted the language of the Revolution. Instead of presenting the clarity and force of the Sacred Deposit, they have been reduced to pleading that the Faith is not as offensive as it seems. Our hierarchy have been even striving for simply a place at the table of dialogue. Scraps from their Master's table (let the reader understand) they will gladly accept. Our Blessed Lord did not request a hearing out of politeness; He demanded obedience to His words. 

Tuesday, 3 November 2015

Reflection on the Reign of Christ

To deny the divine Personality of Christ to be snatch His rod of iron and strike Him with a feeble reed. 

Reflection on Attaining Salvation

The Fiat of the generous Catholic soul to God is the ordinary and sufficient path to sanctity.