Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira

Who Painted the First Picture of Our Lady?

Let us read a short biographical sketch about Saint Luke that will give us elements to comment on his life and works. Luke was born in Antioch to a pagan family. He undoubtedly converted in the year 40. Having met … Continue reading

Nationalism and Patriotism

At first glance, nationalism and patriotism seem synonymous. However, the concepts are two poles, two extremes, two irreconcilably antagonistic ideas. Patriotism expresses a sense of fidelity to a people and especially to its traditional authority. It is a virtue close … Continue reading

Lessons From Our Lady of the Good Encounter

The apparitions of Our Lady to a poor shepherdess, Benoîte Rencurel (1664-1718) in Laus, France are special. They involve the simplicity of a young woman and the attitude of Our Lady regarding virtue. At a young age, Benoîte already showed … Continue reading

Freud, His Doctrine and Errors

This article was written on October 1, 1939 on the occasion of the death of Sigmund Freud. The death of Freud (1856 – September 23, 1939) in England once again shed light on his personality and doctrine. Acclaimed with an … Continue reading

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