Revolution and Counter-Revolution

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

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

Living Tableaux-Explosions

A friend recently arrived from Paris told me he had seen a unique play. The plot was not taken from literary fiction, but from a phase in the history of France. Scenes from the frantic, filthy and bloody debacle of … Continue reading

The Nothing That May Result In Everything

The precise evaluation of the importance of an event can only rarely be achieved by the employing of just one criterion. Much more than this is normally required. In fact, it behooves one to consider all of the criteria applicable … Continue reading

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