Five Words

“A commitment to the attainability of truth and the knowledge of reality must precede any commitment to Christ. I have stated that the heart of a Christian education may be summed up in five words: Truth exists; the Incarnation happened. One cannot truly believe in the Incarnation, and therefore in Jesus Christ as God, if…

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)

Exalted Fortitude

A book review of ‘The Lives And Times of The Forty Martyrs of England And Wales‘ by Malcolm Pullan. This is a remarkable and inspiring book. Scores of moving accounts which bear witness to the eternal Truth of The Roman Catholic Faith in the face of relentless State persecution and tyranny. Christian martyrdom began two…

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…