What Next After Trans?

Apr 23, 2024 by

by Mary Gilleece, The Daily Sceptic: While we may allow ourselves a moment’s pause to mark the end of the trans scandal, we cannot celebrate. Another monstrous social contagion will soon engulf us. And if the progression of previous...

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Know a Civilization by Whom It Honours

Apr 11, 2024 by

by Jonathon Van Maren, The European Conservative: The pantheon of old heroes is being cleared to make room for icons of the Sexual Revolution. This month, I’ve been working out of the Brussels office of this publication. I walk to work...

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The Eclipse Was a Moment of Holy Dread

Apr 11, 2024 by

By Michael Warren Davis, American Conservative. (image credit: wikimedia commons) On Monday, the wife and I piled our kids into the Subaru and drove three hours to northern New Hampshire to see the eclipse at 100 percent totality. Aside...

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Gnostic Cultural Liturgies: The Press for Pagan Conformity

Apr 9, 2024 by

By Dr Jeffrey Ventrella, Truthxchange. “Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind”[1] And, when you pray, do not heap up empty phrases as the Gentiles to, for they think that they will be heard for...

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Cultural Christianity and the vulgar wisdom of memes

Apr 5, 2024 by

by Sebastian Milbank, Artillery Row: Dawkins is caught between the pure idea of rationalism, and the messy meme of cultural Christianity. Richard Dawkins has gone viral following revelations that he considers himself a “cultural...

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This Holy Week occurs amid an intensifying battle between the cultures of Life and Death

Mar 27, 2024 by

By Philip Campbell, Catholic Herald. During his liturgical reflection for the Monday of this Holy Week, Dom Guéranger meditates: “This city [Jerusalem] is zealous for the exteriors of divine worship; but her heart is hard and obstinate,...

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