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, Faith

Regarding Sex and its Misconstrued Nature

Sex: it is probably the most human, most physical act that a man and a woman can engage in. Because of this, it has deep metaphysical implications conceived by many cultures in a variety of ways. But what is sex? The current trend of rising western progressivism promotes an anthropological revolution wherein the sanctity of… Continue reading Regarding Sex and its Misconstrued Nature

Faith, History

The Conversion of England: a Labour of Blood, Sweat and Jacobites?

If you pick up an old pre-Vatican II, English Missal or prayer book, amongst the varieties of other beautiful prayers, liturgies and hymns, you will find at least a prayer for the conversion of England. The conversion of our country is something that good, loyal Catholics have been longing for since the dreadful day in… Continue reading The Conversion of England: a Labour of Blood, Sweat and Jacobites?