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If Jesus’ Kingdom Is Not of this World


Does that mean that Europe is heaven? From a while back, Michael Brendan Dougherty explains that Jesus didn’t die to save western civilization: Or read Richard Weaver on William of Ockham. Find some of Hilaire Belloc’s wilder statements that The Faith is Europe and Europe is the Faith. Go page through Warren H. Carroll’s “A… Read More→

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Voluntarism Redux?


The news of Francis’ washing the feet of a Muslim woman has revealed a new wrinkle in my understanding of papal supremacy. Those in fellowship with the Bishop of Rome are not entirely sure what to make of the pope not complying with established procedures in the liturgy prescribed for Holy Thursday. Here is one… Read More→

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