Tag Archives: Politics

The French RC Continuum

I am probably the only Continuing Anglican priest with experience of French Catholicism, both in the Parisian mainstream and the traditionalist scene. I see many parallels between French Catholicism and Russian Orthodoxy: the identification of the Kingdom of God and … 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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Oh dear! Prosciugare la Palude…

See The latest from Rome. When Benedict XVI abdicated, one intention of Pope Francis was in some way to “drain the swamp” in Rome, to coin the slogan now used by the Trump campaign / beginning of administration in America. … Continue reading

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Some Really Kooky Stuff

It appears that the Trump victory has brought some really odd stuff on the internet, one is a political ideology called Alt-Right (alternative right). I only heard about this term a few days ago and read various things about its … Continue reading

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Scathing the Political Left

This has come up from an English journalist by the name of Jonathan Pie. He cusses and swears, really foul language (the reader is warned), and is clearly livid with anger, but the point is made. I am getting a … Continue reading

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The Voice of Common Sense

John Beeler put this on Facebook: A good word from Brian Hoostal: “There are a lot of people calling for kindness and peace following the historic Trump victory over the Clinton political machine. The argument is that we need to … Continue reading

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American?

I broach this subject with prudence, knowing that the country of birth of a person is precious and sacred. Many things have happened in our countries of birth to make us ashamed. In England we had the Reformation and our … Continue reading

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