The Rise of the Church of Sodom

There has been an ongoing effort to shift the Church's attitude towards the so-called "LGBT community," and, as discussed previously, this subversive cancer has largely been helped by forces within the Ecclesia Nova Concilii Vaticani Secundi. One of the main proponents of this has been James Martin, SJ, who has…

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Your enemy's enemy may not be a friend

Aside from “live and let live,” one of the neoconservatives’ most important guiding principles can be found in the old saying, “The enemy of my enemy is my friend.” The result of this has been no shortage of misadventures overseas. For example, under “Operation Cyclone,” the United States provided $7.…

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Again, No, Jesus was NOT a refugee

Social media has been abuzz with leftists universally crying out, “Jesus was a refugee!” For example, James Martin—consultant for the Vatican’s Secretariat of Communications—tweeted, “When the Holy Family flees to Egypt, they meet the current definition of refugees… And the word the angel uses in Joseph’s…

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Liberal Anti-Intellectualism as News

Channel 4 News in the UK has been promoting that Gary Younge, author, broadcaster and editor-at-large for The Guardian, interviewed Richard Spencer as part of Younge’s “personal journey across white America.” Based on the promoted video, the “interview” lasted for less than three minutes, and it mostly involved Younge…

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The vikings were Muslim, says Swede

According to Annika Larsson, researcher in textile archaeology at the Department of Archaeology and Ancient History at Uppsala University, they have discovered clothing from Viking Age burial sites that include the Arabic words “Allah” and “Ali.” Larsson says that this is evidence of something other than plunder as “the inscriptions…

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On sola fide

Perhaps the most important difference between Catholicism and Protestantism is known as sola fide, or “by faith alone.” Indeed, Martin Luther described it as “the article with and by which the church stands, without which it falls.” In essence, Protestants hold that one being saved “consists solely in the imputation…

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