The Homosexual Movement’s Heretical Religion

Many heresies that infiltrated the early Church stemmed from false anthropology. An erroneous notion of human nature leads to a false theology and a mistaken notion about the nature of the Creator. Several Gnostic heresies in the early centuries of the Church are typical examples.1 Something similar happens today with the homosexual heresy that has … Read more

Is It Time to Call on the Angels and Saints?

Is It Time to Call on the Angels and Saints?

Modernity introduced a grave error into the spiritual lives of countless Catholics. It conditioned us to believe in a materialistic society in which spiritual things are deemed unimportant. It established a naturalistic mindset that denies supernatural action exists. Thus, at best, the spiritual life is considered a subjective feeling that we sense in times of … Read more

How the Saints Practiced Charity Not Philanthropy

Have you ever wondered about the difference between Catholic charity and modern philanthropy? Both care for the poor’s material needs. However, true Catholic charity adds two very important elements—supernatural vision and aid. Indeed, infinitely more can be done with the aid of God, Our Lady, the angels and saints. The saints saw this and applied … Read more

When a Good Quarterback Gets Sacked by Political Correctness

Some think that fortitude is a mere expression of physical prowess and raw strength. Thus, for example, a quarterback like Drew Brees shows a lot of courage by being out there on the field. He is the focus of the entire defensive line whose purpose is to bring him down. These very strong and muscular … Read more

Why You Should Read ‘Saints Who Saw Hell’

“One of Satan’s greatest works is to make people believe that he does not exist.” No one knows who first made this observation. The exact wording changes from source to source. However, it is all too true. Free Book: Return to Order: From a Frenzied Economy to an Organic Christian Society—Where We’ve Been, How We … Read more

He chose a greater chivalry: St. Francis of Assisi (Part 1)

Return to Order He chose a greater chivalry: St. Francis of Assisi (Part 1) 3

Founder of the Franciscan Order, born at Assisi in Umbria, in 1181 or 1182 — the exact year is uncertain; died there, 3 October, 1226. Francis received some elementary instruction from the priests of St. George’s at Assisi, though he learned more perhaps in the school of the Troubadours, who were just then making for … Read more