Bolivia: Francis, and the Hammer and Sickle

One cannot understand how Pope Francis surrounds himself with revolutionary leaders, assumes their ideas are good, and gives them a virtually unconditional support without first hearing renowned specialists who contend—with concrete data to back them up—that private property, free enterprise … Continue reading






“Liberty, Equality, Homosexuality?”

The French Revolution of 1789 was based on the ideological philosophy of the Enlightenment summarized in the famous trilogy, “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity.” By imposing full equality on society, the advocates of this philosophy sought to bring about complete freedom and … Continue reading






Protest and Reparation in Manhattan

Thousands of Catholics voice their outrage over the blasphemous play Corpus Christi. When playwright Terrence McNally first conceived the idea of portraying the Second Person of the Holy Trinity as a homosexual in his blasphemous play Corpus Christi, he probably … Continue reading






Notre Charge Apostolique

Notre Charge Apostolique Our Apostolic Mandate Apostolic Letter of Pope Saint Pius X to the French Episcopate condemning Le Sillon directed by Marc Sangnier Our Apostolic Mandate requires from Us that We watch over the purity of the Faith and … Continue reading