Faith, History

The Crimson Thread: The Romanian Horizon of ‘Quis ut Deus?’

Written for the Month of January Which the Church Dedicates to the Holy Name of Jesus Introduction The Legionary Movement of Romania (Legionaries) under the name of the Legion of the Archangel Michael (Legiunea Arhanghelului Mihail) was founded June 24, 1927 by Cornelieu Zelea-Codreanu (also Englished as Codregnu), then aged 26 years and led by… Continue reading The Crimson Thread: The Romanian Horizon of ‘Quis ut Deus?’

Analysis, History

Armistice Day at the Menin Gate: the Centenary and Beyond

An essay written to commemorate the re-opening of the Lion and Tusk Museum of the Rhodesian Service Association in Mount Maunganui, Tauranga, N.Z. - Linde Symonds “For God created all things that they might be: and He made the nations of the world for health; and there is no poison of destruction in them, nor… Continue reading Armistice Day at the Menin Gate: the Centenary and Beyond