Tag Archives: Mystery of Evil

Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me?

Here is a very poignant article by Fr Ray Blake in England – My God, my God why have you forsaken me? When I was in Rome (1985-86) at the Nepomucene College, there was a priest who had been tortured … Continue reading

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Sturm und Drang

Only a day or so ago, I mentioned the dark prophecies of Our Lady of Fatima, La Salette and other places, and now I find Here at the End of All Things. The article is headed with an image that … Continue reading

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The Lord of the World

Using the title of that famous book by Robert Hugh Benson, I give the link to Globalism Is “Demonic,” Theologians Say. I find it difficult to give an independent opinion on the threat of globalism, except that it makes me … Continue reading

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Bloody Hell!

I have greatly appreciated the new posting of my brother in the priesthood Fr Jonathan Munn who has written The Eternity of the Other Place. I had a short discussion with him on Facebook, which inspired his article. We seemed … Continue reading

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A glimmer of hope?

I do my best to keep the hysteria at bay faced with the American election, the French equivalent next year and Brexit. Conspiracy theorists and fundamentalist Christians love to produce videos telling us that the end is nigh due to … Continue reading

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Totalitarianism via Corporate Management

I don’t have a lot of experience of the corporate world. I work for it by translating stuff from French into English, and I sup with the Devil with the very long spoon of the internet and e-mail. Occasionally, an … Continue reading

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When the Son of man cometh, shall he find faith on the earth?

I find many good souls discussing these questions about God and the way the world is changing. One such is a parish priest in France with whom I am spending several days to repair the organ in his church. His … Continue reading

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