During the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, Our Lady of Good Success appeared in Quito, Ecuador to a Spanish nun whose little-known but extraordinary life has a direct connection with our days. The Pope’s “infallibility will be declared a dogma of … Continue reading
Originally published as Revolução e Contra-Revolução, in Catolicismo, April 1959 (Parts I and II) and January 1977 (Part III) First Digital Edition Copyright © 2000 The American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP). All rights reserved. No … Continue reading
I am a convinced Thomist. The aspect of philosophy that most attracts me is the philosophy of history. In view of this I find the connection between the two kinds of activity to which I have dedicated my life: study … Continue reading
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
In March of last year, when growing tension between the Soviet Union and Lithuania had reached a point clearly conducive to conflict, one might have asked what was the importance of the Soviet aggression which occurred at that time. The … Continue reading
The TFP Presents an Analysis of the State of World Affairs Communism and Anticommunism on the Threshold of the Millennium’s Last Decade A Word to the Reader: In light of recent developments behind the Iron Curtain, the American Society … Continue reading
The five hundredth anniversary of Martin Luther, who was largely responsible for the Protestant revolution of the XVI century, gave rise to manifestations of sympathy in certain Catholic circles which would have been considered absolutely unforeseeable five years ago. Among … Continue reading
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