This 1967 novel opens a wide, picturesque window onto life in the Roman Empire in the 5th Century. Curiously, if not eerily, the view is a mirror to our own time. The window the novel provides for us to peer through are the sharply intelligent eyes of Alypius, the young, sensitive friend of Saint Augustine … Continue reading The Converts – A Book Recommendation
Without Archbishop Vigano's participation, I knew the recent Vatican summit on sexual abuse by the clergy was going to be a farce. Without Vigano in attendance, the gathered bishops could, with little resistance, pretend with the world at large that the Roman Catholic Church has a pedophilia problem when, in fact, the evidence suggests that … Continue reading The Summit of Hypocrisy and the Depths of Apathy
In this short video, Black Pill's Devon Stack sums up exactly what the powers-that-be find so alarming in this boy's smile. https://youtu.be/_9SbMdWDKEM The archdiocese of Covington continues to shirk its responsibility, refusing to defend their students. Those wishing to remind them of their duty can email them directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org Those wishing to offer these … Continue reading Afraid No More
On this, The Feast of The Epiphany, The Lepanto Institute publishes a most heart-felt appeal for Arch-bishop Vigano to reveal all that he knows. It can be read at Rorate Caeli.