True Charity

  “True charity does not mean leaving minds in error and sin. It is easier never to contradict, and always to approve of people: to make oneself popular at the expense of truth, i.e. at the expense of our Lord Himself.” Archbishop Lefebvre. (Chapter 8, The Biography of Marcel Lefebvre by Bernard Tissier de Mallerias)

Subversive Fingerprints

  This is an incomplete list showing the names of those who have promulgated their desire for a secular, liberal, atheistic, socialist or communist world. For many this story begins with the French Revolution in 1789 and the Communist Manifesto published fifty-nine years later in 1848.    George Holyoake (Atheist) British secularist and newspaper editor…

True Freedom

  In Transformation In Christ Dietrich von Hildebrand writes about the Christian attitude: “For he will not have attained to true freedom until public opinion no longer has any hold on his spirit; until he no longer knows any dependence but one – an unconditional dependence on Christ, to whom he has given himself, for all…

Skylax of Karyanda

  One afternoon in Oman while out cycling on a mountain bike in the semi-desert of Ibri I discovered a fort. Incidentally there are two towns of this name in Oman but this Ibri is more isolated and further north. Up above I saw two Egyptian vultures gliding effortlessly overhead against the clear deep blue…