On Modernism

Characteristics of the Modernists “Though they express astonishment themselves, no one can justly be surprised that We number such men among the enemies of the Church, if, leaving out of consideration the internal disposition of soul, of which God alone is the judge, he is acquainted with their tenets, their manner of speech, their conduct.…

Three Short Stories

I came, I saw, I conquered. For sale, baby shoes, never worn. Truth exists; the Incarnation happened.     These are said to be the shortest known stories. The first is attributed to Julius Caesar, the second to Ernest Hemingway and the last, the shortest of all and only five words, is by Professor Warren…

The Gift of Grace

“Man’s will is indeed free, but without the grace of God man will use his freedom only to enslave himself.” Prof. Warren Carroll writing on St. Augustine’s opposition to the heresy promulgated by Pelagius in about 411 AD. This quote is shown because of its clear and simple profundity.

The Endarkenment

These pages of notes from October 2013 show mind map techniques which I found helpful in investigating the political and ideological influences in contemporary Britain. By identifying these different influences in 21st century morality and ideology I hoped to understand why people think the way they do. Quotes attributed to Martin Luther are accompanied by…