Tag Archives: History

Interview 014 – Boniface on being a mayor in a small town

Download [Right click]               Play in New Window Smaller/Mobile version          Part 1          Part 2 Today Boniface joins us, who readers might remember was my co-author on the old version of Athanasius Contra Mundum. Today he talks to us about his experience as the mayor of his small town in Michigan. We discuss the challenges and realities […]

A Preview of De Romano Pontifice: Peter alone was made a Bishop by Christ

I am preparing to publish volume 1 of my translation of De Romano Pontifice, which will embrace books 1 and 2, very soon. The editing has taken a little longer than I thought it would, though it has helped me to catch up on finishing books 3 and 4 and hopefully starting on 5 (the […]

End of the Reform of the Reform

The family split in the Matt family, which formed the two different conservative newspapers, the Wanderer and the Remnant respectively, is perhaps a microcosm of conservative movements in the Church here in the United States (in Europe, Latin America, and elsewhere, it is similar but different in many respects, e.g. European traditionalists I have known […]

Put an end to BCE and CE

Originally Published 7 May 2010 on the old Athanasius Contra Mundum I’ve been searching through a lot of historical documentaries lately, and I’ve been noticing some still use the dating “B.C.” and “A.D.” (Before Christ and Anno Domini), while others have switched over completely to the politically correct “B.C.E.” and “C.E.” (Before the Common Era […]

Interview 007 – Rick Delano on the Principle and Geocentrism

Download (right click)      Play in New Window Today we welcome Rick Delano, the Producer of the movie: The Principle, to talk about issues relating to the same movie as well as the subject of Geo-centrism, and other topics relating to the movie, which I highly recommend irrespective of your views on the matter.

Aude Sapere 006 – Meet Archbishop Bruno Forte

Download                       Play in New Window Today on the Aude Sapere podcast, we will take a look at the author of the “homosexual passages” of the Synod’s mid-term report which have predictably rocked the headlines around the world.

The Battle of Lepanto

For the great feast celebrating Our Lady’s intercession at Lepanto, I offer the following: This is a good talk on the battle. Then there is dramatic video, which starts slow but gets better. Lastly, here is a talk on G.K. Chesterton’s poem Lepanto. None of it produced by me. I would do more, but I […]

St. Francis of Assisi

St. Francis is perhaps the universal saint of the universal Church. All of the circumstances of his life were directed, by divine providence, to conform completely to the life of our Savior. Here, I’m providing an excerpt from a book I reprinted, The Life of St. Francis of Assisi, by Candide Chalippe, OFM. It is […]

Vermeer: Christ in the House of Martha and Mary

I have mostly covered art in Italy, and for good reason, Italy is seemingly unbeatable. Yet, there is another art tradition, whose Renaissance predates Italy’s, that might be the sole rival in classic European oil painting, and that is the Netherlands. Previously, I talked a little about Rubens (here), but today we are going a […]

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