In the days before I converted to Catholicism I wrestled with a simple, but profound question. Did the Traditions of the Church come from God or from Man? After examining the evidence as well as working through several other philosophical thoughts I came to conclusion that, yes, the Traditions of the Roman Catholic Church … Continue reading Rediscovering Divine Revelation
Among the numerous voices advocating for the revitalization of masculinity, dismantling of disproven visions of social engineering, and the restoration of the West, I cannot but help notice that many of these voices are atheist, advocates of unfettered sexual experience, and, sometimes, even homosexual. What there is little of are arguments from a generally Christian … Continue reading Civilization Or Christendom
Cultural and political causes are so numerous, there might be a vending machine market for them. The drama of modern discourse is a whirlwind of news, blogs, and tweets that carries enough with it to feed an internet junkie all day every day. At least a video game has something resembling a beginning, a middle, … Continue reading Don’t Forget To Live
The Unpopular Thought The great spirit of the modern age is one of relaxed morals and especially of relaxed devotion to things ancient, sacred, and supernatural. To be a modern Catholic is to be laid back about those things closest to and most important about the faith. In a moment of needed clarity, Davis M.J. … Continue reading A Truly Unpopular Traditionalism
I will confess that part of the reason I converted to Roman Catholicism was to get away from the splintered and shattered mess that is the American Protestant church. There is a tremendous amount of sincerity, but a sincere blindness to the cracked weakness of their own position in the dominance of modernist sensibilities. However, as … Continue reading What Does It Mean To Be A Traditionalist Catholic?
Let Sacred Tradition be my coat Let Holy Scripture be my bread So in the fullness of Christ I am truly clothed and fed