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
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?
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
The present mainstream Church stands in stark contrast to the ancient faith and all of its history. Interpretation runs wild, and past supposed "sins" of the Church are denounced or ignored. The Church's teachings can even be sidestepped, especially by those who wish to be simultaneously Christian and an ally - or even member -… Continue reading Modernist Double-Think
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Any casual observer of modern art can look at this very title and conclude that it is a patent miscalculation, or an utter absurdity that the visionary leader and Ace of American modernism, Andy Warhol, who’s name is a synonymous with pop art, a name that suddenly invokes an immediate image in everyone’s mind, would… Continue reading The Reactionary Case for Andy Warhol
In the modern world, many individuals find that they are spiritually conflicted. Undesiring to be religious, while also holding a disdain for blatant atheism, these persons may identify as agnostic. Agnosticism is the belief that, since one may not empirically prove nor disprove the existence of the divine, it is irrational to profess faith. This is not the same as atheism, which is denial of (a) divine being(s).