Monthly Archives: December 2018

The Possessed

Not having written anything political since the third of this month, I have to say that the last couple of days have shaken me to the core. Two heads of state, for totally different reasons, are at the point of … Continue reading

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Palmar de Destroya

Update: His former Holiness is going to court – El ex papa de El Palmar, procesado por intentar robar su antigua iglesia con una careta de payaso. Markus Lundberg is quoted on Facebook as saying – The trial against the … Continue reading

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Sarum Calendar 2019

The Sarum Calendar for 2019 has been added to Dr William Renwick’s Documents page. You can download it from there. It begins from 1st January, so if you need the current Advent, you need the final month of 2018. It … Continue reading

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Saint Claus

This says it all. It’s his feast today. The name Claus comes from the German Klaus, meaning Nicholas.

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French Revolution II ?

I have in my life seen demonstrations (the 1984 protest against the abolition of private education) and even a little rioting from a safe distance, but nothing compared with these scenes from Paris. Tear gas is horrible, through its effect … Continue reading

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Sol Invictus and the Rite of Spring

We Christians usually come out with the same gripe each year when supermarkets start selling Christmas goods in October and Easter eggs and chocolate for children are on the shelves before the Epiphany Octave is over! Perhaps there is something … Continue reading

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