Talk is cheap. Only actions have high value. That is universally true because talk doesn’t directly make change. Actions do. Talk I’m increasingly confused and frustrated by the Church’s modern rhetoric. Too often it seems to be an extension of the secular mind, rather than of Catholic thought. The secular world—particularly today—focuses on flavor-of-the-month issues.
The Church is always in need of rebuilding and renewal. The Apostles were scattered at Gethsemane; only John, and the Holy Virgin were present at the cross. So many disciples abandoned Jesus when the Word was too difficult for them to accept on that day that Our Lord said “If you do not eat the
This is the final post in the “Catholic Civil War” series, in which I talk about a destructive tug of war between Catholicism, and some factions of Catholics—Political Catholics, Traditionalists, and, today, Modernists. If you’d like to read or revisit my thoughts on this “Civil War” in the Church, or about the first two factions
This video from Fox News is part of a series on “insular enclaves of the ultra-Orthodox Jews” (Hasidic Jews), and “the struggles they face and the controversies that follow them”. See the video here (because Fox’s videos won’t embed on WordPress sites!!!!) Apparently the education system in Hasidic communities is too “ultra-orthodox” and not secular
Yesterday I talked about how a modern Catholic “civil war” is leaving us, and all mankind, weak, confused, and vulnerable to the assault of the ancient enemy on mankind. This Catholic civil war is being fought between three main camps within the Church; Political Catholics, Traditionalists, and Modernist. I talked about political Catholicism in that
There is war afoot. It’s taking place within and throughout the Catholic Church. It’s a practical schism that threatens to lead to an actual schism. While we should be focussed on the real battle against the “powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil”, as St. Paul tells us in his letter