A Catholic View of the D-Day Commemorations

D-Day I

D-day II

Last week Western leaders convened to commemorate the 75th anniversary of “D-Day,” the Allied invasion of the Normandy coastline which began the bloody and destructive struggle to “liberate” Europe from Nazi domination. Not only were there solemn speeches given in honor of the men who were slaughtered at Normandy and across the battlefields of Europe, but the speeches reinforced the idea that WWII was the “good war,” and the millions of lives lost and the mass destruction that occurred, although lamentable, was necessary.

None of those who spoke, however, understood that WWII and the preceding world conflagration known as the “Great War” were the final death knell of the Christian social order which began at the Divinely-inspired victory by the Emperor Constantine over Maxentius at the Milvian Bridge which soon led to the recognition and legalization of Christianity by the Edict of Milan in 313. World War II ushered in the complete triumph of secularism built upon and carried forth by the liberal nation state one of whose ideological building blocs has been religious liberty and pluralism. Not only were all religions, faiths, creeds, sects, and beliefs given equal standing, but the Deistic principle of “Separation of Church & State” would become a ruling feature of every Western governing and law-making body.

While the victorious nations of World War II celebrated D-Day, Catholics should only look upon such with distain and take no solace or pride in their historical relevance. The wars were fought not for the interests of Christ the King, or His Church, nor to spread Roman Catholicism, but instead were power struggles between the different forms of democratic collectivism. There was no talk of returning the world to a Christian social order. Moreover, the wars opened the door to Cultural Marxism which paved the way for immorality and depravity which are now commonplace throughout the world.

President Trump’s speech at the Normandy commemoration accurately expressed what the war was about:

We are gathered here on freedom’s altar. . . .

On these shores, on these bluffs, on this

day 75 years ago, 10,000 men shed their

blood – and thousands sacrificed their lives –

for their brothers, for their countries and for

the survival of liberty.*

The question which must be asked is: why did Catholics at the time participate in the mass human slaughter and destruction which had nothing to do with the Kingship of Christ? 

For American Catholics, the answer is simple: the “American Catholic Church” had, from its inception, come to support and actually encourage the national secular state created by the leading minds of the so called “Enlightenment.” In fact, Catholics took part in the “framing” of the nation’s Constitution, a document whose foundation is, in part, built on the heretical notion of “religious freedom” and “toleration” and one which makes no reference to the Blessed Trinity or Christ’s Church. Moreover, often times American Catholics ignored, looked the other way, or actively supported the United States’ efforts to expunge Catholicism from the Western Hemisphere.

Most Catholic intellectuals, be they of the liberal variant or conservative/revisionist types have also interpreted the Second World War in secular terms. Patrick Buchanan in his study, Churchill, Hitler, and ‘The Unnecessary War:’ How Britain Lost its Empire and the West Lost the World, laments that the war was a geo-political disaster especially for Great Britain who lost an empire, thousands of men which led to its current demographic nightmare, and the impoverishment of its populace for generations. The US, too, although victorious and unscathed territorially, would see the expansion of the federal government in nearly all sectors of domestic life and would become the world’s policeman with a vast and burdensome global empire.

Why would a Catholic like Buchanan and others bewail the loss of Protestant England’s overseas possessions? Such a mindset is dominant among Catholic thinkers who, like the Church in which they belong, have long since given up their mission to evangelize and convert all nations to the One True Faith.

For a Catholic, the West was not “lost” by the decision of the 20th century liberal democratic powers to engage in a senseless, horrific cataclysm, but instead, was lost when Northern Europe and England chose to follow the diabolical “teachings” of the likes of Luther, Calvin, Cranmer, and Henry VIII which split Christendom and led ultimately to its decline and destruction. The sundering of Christendom is at the root of the social, economic, and political crisis that the modern world suffers from. World War II was the consequence of Western man turning away from Almighty God in the mistaken belief that he could rule himself peacefully without Divine assistance.

While D-Day may be commemorated as a landmark of modern history, it should be seen as a grim reminder of just how far the world has deviated from a Catholic social order – the only order conducive for earthly peace and heavenly attainment.

*Tom Howell, Jr., and Dave Boyer, “Trump Extols Bravery of WWII Veterans.” The Washington Times, 7 June 2019, A1.


posted by editors/6-10-’19

On the Feast Day of St. Pius V

Pius V

Before Cinco de Mayo superseded it, at least in Mexico and now in much of the US, May 5 was remembered and celebrated by Catholics as the feast day of the great Pope St. Pius V, Michael Ghislieri. The neglect of St. Pius V’s feast day not only provides a grim reminder of how once Catholic Mexico has imbibed the tenets of secular humanism, but it shows again the utter contrast between the pre-Vatican II Papacy and Church, and the Conciliar monstrosity which was diabolically launched in the 1960s.

Any comparison between the current occupant of St. Peter’s Chair or for that matter any of his Conciliar predecessors to the holy life and the magnificent reign as pope of St. Pius V is now surely blasphemous! If a comparison is to be made, Bergoglio should be considered the anti-St. Pius V!

No Pope Bergoglio

The anti-St. Pius V!

St. Pius V’s elevation to sainthood demonstrates again that the Church for all ages is something quite different after a couple of generations of Modernism led by the likes of Bugnini, Montini, Wojtyla and Ratzinger.

The monumental accomplishments as pope, despite a comparatively short reign, and the personal sanctity of St. Pius V are beyond reproach. He was recognized as a “servant of God” long before he passed away. Yet, after his death on May 1, 1572, he was not canonized until 1712. Moreover, he and St. Pius X, the great foe of Modernism, were the only two pontiffs canonized in the last 500 years! Becoming pope was no guarantee of sainthood in the True Church as Dom Prosper Gueranger writes:

Pius V did not receive this honour till about a hundred and thirty years after his death: so impartial is the Church, when she has to adjudicate this highest of earthly honours even to her most revered Pastors!*

Does one have to bring up how Newchurch has totally corrupted the process? The whole thing is a farce! It is so blatant that the speedy elevation of the Conciliar popes has been done to legitimize the Conciliar Revolution.

In a sense, however, the Conciliar popes are deserving of their Newchurch sainthood status, for they were instrumental in pushing through the vast changes which transformed the Church of St. Pius V into the current non-Catholic structure.

Only when the occupants of St. Peter’s Chair look to St. Pius V as a model for papal rule, will the office and Church become Catholic once again.

*Quoted from The Liturgical Year, Vol. VIII, Paschal Time Book II, 445.

editors posted 5-4-’19




Holy Week and the Decline of the West

Holy Week

At one time, Holy Week — Palm Sunday through Easter Sunday — was recognized and commemorated by the Western world as a solemn period when earthly matters were put aside, and focus was directed to history’s most seminal event. Most businesses were closed or had reduced hours, especially during the Sacred Triduum of Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday. Entertainment and leisurely activities were curtailed while schools and universities’ “spring breaks” coincided with Holy Week as mankind contemplated, as best it could, the momentous events which took place in a small backwater outpost of the mighty, and at the time unknowing, Roman Empire.

Tragically, for the human race those days are a thing of the discredited past. Sports are played, most people work throughout the week, financial affairs are routinely conducted – while Easter Sunday is not seen as a celebration of the Resurrection, but of egg hunts. In politics, it can be safely assumed that there will be no acknowledgment of the week as thievery, war making, graft, and debauchery will continue as usual. The triumph of secular humanism is complete.

The Novus Ordo has succumbed to the world’s dictates and has blasphemously altered its beautiful and moving Holy Week rites, omitting and rewording certain passages from the Liturgy as not to “offend” the usual suspects. Of course, the abandonment of Tradition is nothing new for the Conciliar Church, but defines its existence.

Such disregard and ingratitude for what took place two millennia ago does not bode well for mankind’s future, especially in those lands and among those peoples who once revered these sacred days. The ominous eternal consequences of such indifference was warned about by the Divine Savior as recounted in St. Matthew’s Gospel (10:32/DRV): “Every one therefore that shall confess me before men, I will also confess him before my Father who is in heaven.”

Although most people do not realize it, the grave economic, political, and social problems which the West now faces are ultimately the result of the indifference toward God — with the neglect of Holy Week as a prime example. None of the current abominations such as abortion and “gay” marriage could have ever been possible had human societies been dedicated toward Christ.

This indifference will not go unpunished. The problems that the West faces today cannot be resolved as a matter of the right policy, but are at their core spiritual. Redress of social ills will not come about through the ballot box or reform. The forces that seek the West’s destruction must be fought on the spiritual plane. These forces have long understood this fact and have tried to — and largely succeeded in — removing religion from society, allowing it only on Sundays, and if trends continue, even Sunday worship will no longer be tolerated. Those who seek to preserve the fruits of Western civilization must realize that this is a religious contest.

The disastrous consequences of mankind’s attempting to set its own rules is on display for those who have ears to hear and eyes to see. The cultural depravity that abounds in contemporary life is stunning and has gone on for so long and with such intensity that most people are now desensitized to it. Creating jobs, halting mass immigration, appointing “conservative” judges, and the like will do little to overthrow the cultural Marxism that permeates society today.

Until the Divine Entity on which Holy Week is centered is once again placed at the summit of Western life, the chances of resolving mankind’s various crises are nil.

editors/Christus Rex / posted Palm Sunday, 4-14-’19


St. Isidore: Defender of the Faith


The heavenly grace which once flowed onto Spain when it became known as The Catholic Kingdom was due, no doubt, to the efforts of its many saints. One of the most important and instrumental in the Spanish Reconquista was Isidore of Cartagena (d. 636)

Isidore was one of the leading thinkers of the glorious Middle Ages whose thoughts were included in Canon Law and whose words Pope St. Leo IX believed should be held with “the same respect as to those of Jerome and Augustine, as often as a difficult case which could not be settled by Canon Law.”* Not only was he a great intellect, but Isidore was an indefatigable defender of the Faith who led the fight against the Arian heresy.

Isidore’s struggle against the Arians was crucial in Spain’s Reconquista, for if the heresy had not been expunged from the Kingdom, it may never have succeeded in ridding itself of Islam domination. Dom Guéranger, in his magnificent The Liturgical Year, insightfully explains that the lands which were overrun by the Moslems were never able to liberate themselves because they had embraced false teaching and crazily separated from Rome:


Contemporaneously with Spain, Asia also and Africa fell under the Mussulman yoke,

and have continued in their slavery up to the present day. . . . Spain, at the period

of her invasion, was Catholic, and Catholicity was the very spirit of the land:

whereas those other nations, that yielded themselves slaves to the Saracens, were

already separated from the Christian Church by heresy and schism.

God abandoned them because they had rejected both the truth of faith, and unity

with the Church; they fell an easy prey to the infidel conqueror.**

reconquista.jpg II                                                                     La Reconquista

Isidore’s life and heroic deeds are more than just a part of Christendom’s neglected past, but can and should inspire those today who combat the apostates, heretics, rapists, perverts, and embezzlers who have taken over Christ’s Church. Isidore did not compromise, “dialogue,” or seek recognition from the Arians, but condemned them forthright. In doing so, he laid the groundwork for Spain’s glorious recovery and the creation of a vast Christian world empire which led to the conversion and salvation of millions of souls.

*Don Prosper Guernager, The Liturgical Year, Vol. VIII – Book Two, 280-284.


editors/Christus Rex / posted 4-3-’19 Feast Day of St. Isidore


Traditional Catholic Pioneer Patrick Omlor – An Appreciation

Omlor QTV       P Omlor

If a Counter-Conciliar movement is ever going to coalesce and expunge the usurpers, perverts, and crooks which have taken over Christ’s once Holy Church, it must first acknowledge and learn from the forefathers of modern traditional Catholicism. An indispensable place to begin would be the study of the works of Patrick Omlor (1931-2013), in particular his seminal monograph written a half century ago, Questioning the Validity of the Masses Using the New, All-English Canon (QTV). A collection of studies, essays, and columns including QTV can be found in the Robber Church.


The outcome of Vatican II and the New Mass has been, to say the least, a catastrophe as millions have left the Church, converted to Protestantism or other non-Christian sects, or have mistakenly stayed with the Novus Ordo.

Published shortly after the close of the Second Vatican Anti-Council, 1962-65, and prior to the Paul VI/Bugnini-inspired New Mass of 1970, Omlor was one of the few who understood and had the temerity to challenge its validity. Very few at the time, especially among the Catholic intelligentsia, who should have known better, opposed in any meaningful way the revolution which was taking place before their very eyes. The Buckleys, Bozells, and Buchanans all eventually went along (albeit grudgingly) with the changes and accepted the Novus Ordo as legitimate. It is puzzling that learned Catholics did not see the handwriting on the wall since the Conciliar revolutionaries used similar arguments and methods which Protestant reformers employed centuries before to achieve their diabolical ends.

Omlor’s Argument

With concise, pointed, and unassailable reasoning, Omlor demonstrates that the English Canon of the New Mass invalidates it as a Catholic Sacrament. The New Mass’s Canon is not a mere “mistranslation,” but a new form – deliberately conceived which changes the very words of Christ. “Now if a specific, determined matter is required for the validity of a sacrament,” Omlor writes, “greater still is the necessity of a specific, determinate form.” [26] He then quotes St. Thomas on a sacrament’s form:

And therefore in order to insure the perfection of

sacramental signification it was necessary to

determine the signification of the sensible things

(i.e., the matter) by means of certain words . . .

[I]n the sacraments the words are as the form, and

sensible things are as the matter. Now in all things

composed of matter and form, the determining

principle is on the part of the form. . . .   [I]n the

sacraments . . . much more is there need in them

of a determinate form of words. [26-27]

Pope Pius IX when asked about the inclusion of St. Joseph’s name in the Mass rejected the idea and reportedly said: “I am only the Pope. What power have I to touch the Canon.” Omlor rightly admonishes that no one has the right to alter a sacrament:

And so . . . mere men may not dare usurp the right

to change the proper form of a sacrament. [27]

According to the Angelic Doctor, the proper form for the consecration of the bread is:

This is My Body.

Prior to the introduction of the all English Canon, the words for the consecration of the bread were:

For this is My Body.

The new Canon omits “for” which deliberately tampers with Tradition as St. Thomas explains: “[For this is My Body] is set in this form according to the custom of the Roman Church, who derived it from Peter the Apostle.” [27] While the omission of “for” does not invalidate the sacrament, Omlor rightly contends that the Liturgical Innovators “exhibit a callous disregard for a Tradition of the Roman Catholic Church, a Tradition dating from the very beginnings of Christianity. Indeed a Tradition ‘derived from Peter the Apostle.’” [28]

In his discussion of the Consecration of the Wine, Omlor quotes from the Council of Trent, published by “command” of Pope St. Pius V. The form Consecration of the Wine is as follows:

This is the chalice of my blood, of the new and

eternal testament, the mystery of faith, which

shall be shed for you and for many, to the

remission of sins. [28]

Omlor then compares the dogmatic formula with the all-English Canon:

This is my body. This is the cup of my blood,

the blood of the new and ever-lasting

covenant – the mystery of faith. This blood is

to be shed for you and for all men so that

sins may be forgiven. [32]

He notes the new phraseology and the substitution of words in the English Canon “cup” for “chalice” and “is to be shed” for “shall be shed.”

While disturbing and probably sinful, these subtle changes are not as grievous as the final words of the new rite: For you and for all men so that sins may be forgiven. This clearly connotes a different meaning (universal salvation) than the original: For you and for many unto the forgiveness of sins.

While the omission of words may not invalidate a sacrament, Omlor asserts that “it goes without saying that if the substance of the form is altered by the omission, then the sacrament is invalidated.” [33] He bases his claim on St. Thomas who says:

Now it is clear, if any substantial part of the

sacramental form be suppressed, that the

essential sense of the words is destroyed;

and consequently the sacrament is invalid. [33-34]

The Importance of QTV Today

Conservative and semi-traditional Catholics have willfully ignored the essential point of Omlor’s argument. They understand that if they agree with his reasoning, they will be ostracized, attacked, possibly “ex-communicated” from the New Order, and may incur the wrath of the Argentine heretic who will heap upon them all sorts of nasty invectives.

The question that must be asked is who cares what the Conciliar Church authorities think, say, or do? Why would anyone of sound mind want to be affiliated in any way with the Novus Ordo? Not only are its sacraments graceless, but it is a criminal organization, populated by paedophiles and their protectors from Bergoglio on down all of whom are responsible for the destruction of the lives and souls of thousands of children along with the embezzlement of millions of dollars.

Once conservatives and semi-traditional Catholics concede that the New Mass and Sacraments are legitimate, they are then left fighting secondary battles: abortion, “same-sex marriage,” or trying to decipher the “secrets” of apparitions. While abortion and homosexual marriage are certainly abominable, the fact that the Novus Ordo Mass and Newchurch Sacraments are not valid is a far worse offense to Almighty God. If the time and energy spent on the “pro-life” movement was instead directed in defense of the Traditional Mass, the Conciliar Church authorities may have been defeated long ago.


Neoconservative Catholics who are outraged at the actions of the Conciliar popes lost the battle long ago. For their efforts are grounded on the acceptance of the Novus Ordo Mass as valid and capable of producing sanctifying grace. Omlor’s treatise shows that it is clearly not.

The only approach, therefore, to take if things are ever to be turned around is to reject everything that took place at Vatican II and in its aftermath along with the often overlooked, but troubling Modernist activities and changes that occurred under Pius XII/Pacelli which, in many cases, laid the groundwork for Vatican II. Newchurch should not only be rejected, but the entire rotten edifice needs to be burned to the ground! It cannot, nor should there be any attempts to salvage it.

There is no better place to start the counter revolution and eventual destruction of the Novus Ordo Church than with a wide dissemination of Patrick Henry Omlor’s Questioning the Validity of the Masses Using the New, All-English Canon and his other magnificent uncompromising works . Those who read them with an open mind will be led to renounce the Conciliar Church forever. This, of course, is Omlor’s greatest legacy, for there have undoubtedly been thousands awakened by his writing and have abandoned, for the good of their immortal souls, the New Mass.

editors/Christus Rex / posted 3-12-’19 Feast Day of St. Gregory the Great





On the Cause of Queen Isabella’s Sainthood

Isabella of Spain
The Catholic Monarch

It has been a little over sixty years since the cause of sainthood for Queen Isabella I of Spain was officially broached.  In 1974, her case advanced to the status of “Servant of God.”  At that time, the investigation by Church authorities concluded that:

. . . a canonical process could be undertaken with a sense of security since there was not found one single act, public or private, of Queen Isabel that was not inspired by Christian and evangelical criteria; moreover there was a ‘reputation of sanctity’ uninterrupted for five centuries and as the investigation was progressing, it was more accentuated.*

As the years have passed and the Vatican II revolutionaries have corrupted every aspect of the Church, Isabella’s cause appears nil despite Pope Alexander VI at the time giving her, and her husband Ferdinand, the august title of Los Reyes Católicos.  Nor would any real Catholic want Newchurch to complete the process, since such a scenario would be done not to acknowledge her sanctity, but for financial gain as money, no doubt, would pour into the dwindling Vatican coffers from the millions of devotees of the great queen.

Newchurch’s Con-anization process has been a tremendous scandal even by its own abysmal standards.  Since the end of the Council, there has been a deluge of “new” saints, most of whom have been involved in liberal Catholicism.  Three of the Conciliar popes – John XXIII/Roncalli, Paul VI/Montini, John-Paul II/Wojtyla – have been elevated to Novus Ordo sainthood to bolster the legitimacy of Vatican II and the changes which have come about in its wake most notably the abominable New Mass.  It must be remembered that prior to the Con-anization of these Newpopes only two, over the course of the last five hundred years, were canonized – Pope Pius V and Pope Pius X.

About fifteen years ago, there was a renewed interest in Isabella’s cause.  Yet, the usual suspects protested and the case was dropped by the Newchurch authorities.  The opposition came from Jews and Muslims to Isabella and Ferdinand’s actions in the sovereigns’ expulsion of both groups from the Iberian Peninsula.  Yet, their policy was more than justified as it was the culmination of Spain’s Reconquista which over eight long and hard centuries reclaimed all of the lands overrun and conquered by the Muslims.

reconquista                                                               Reconquista

In the Introductory Letter for Isabella’s cause of beatification, the signatories responded to the malicious attacks on the Holy Queen:

The intention is to inform and reassure the Holy Father

of the unanimous sentiment of the Catholic world

in confronting the denigatory world campaign organized

against this most faithful daughter of the Church and

most efficient promulgator for the Gospel of Christ.

To her action and inspiration is due in a great part the

Catholicism of the actual world as can be appreciated

by the attached notes.

Since Isabella’s cause was first opened, the anti-Catholic bias in academia, the press, book publishing, and the media has intensified to an unimaginable degree.  Not surprisingly, Newchurch has enthusiastically joined in the assault on Catholicism’s past renouncing its supposed misdeeds and “sins” with all sorts of phony apologies.

While her sanctity has been unassailable, her temporal accomplishments, done due to her deep devotion to the Faith, have been unsurpassed by any female sovereign in human history.  As the American historian William Thomas Walsh wrote:

[Isabella] changed the course of civilization and

the aspect of the entire world.  The Church and

the world itself would be very different if we

erased from history the feats of Isabel the Catholic.

Nor is written history of the last half millennium possible without taking into account her stupendous deeds:

To understand a good part of the history of the last

five centuries, it is necessary to have in mind our

Servant of God as a first determinant cause and link

of an uninterrupted chain of events with historical

and universal imprint.

Her impact on the world continues to this very day:

[I]t is not possible to write the true modern

history, political and religious. . . without

taking Spain into account; Neither the history

of Spain without taking into account Isabel

the Catholic.  The evangelization of America

only finds parallels and perhaps in some

different points of view is greater than the

evangelization of the Mediterranean peoples

and of the barbarian peoples of Europe.

William Thomas Walsh William Thomas Walsh

While Isabella’s cause will have to wait until the imposters which now rule Christ’s Church are expelled, her life remains not only an inspiration for traditional Catholics everywhere, but her glorious reign provides the model for the restoration of Christian governance once the secular nation state is eventually dethroned.


editors/Christus Rex



The Blessed Trinity Can Be Blasphemed, But Mohammad Cannot Be Criticized: Welcome To Post-Christian Civilization!

Irish Blasphemy

Blasphemy is Now Okay in Post-Christian Ireland


As Ireland voted to decriminalize blasphemy of the One True God, a European court has ruled that criticism of the crazed prophet, Mohammed whose manically followers have repeatedly sought to overrun Christendom, should be prohibited.

Late last month by an overwhelming margin, the Irish voted to further de-Christianize their once holy land and repealed a plank in the nation’s constitution which stated that “the publication or utterance of blasphemous, seditious, or indecent matter is an offense which shall be punishable in accordance with law.”*

With the passage of the referendum which permits Almighty God’s majesty to be insulted and, no doubt, will allow for the slander and probably worse of the Mother of God and the saints, Ireland has certainly “come of age.”  The nation’s minister of justice and equality accurately summed up the situation when he boasted: “Ireland is rightly proud of our reputation as a modern liberal society.”**

No argument can be made here.

With the country’s earlier passage of laws which legalized abortion and sodomy plus its election of an openly sodomite Prime Minister (Taoiseach), the island which was once known as a “land of saints and scholars” can no longer be considered “Catholic,” but take its place among the Godless nation states of the world which continue to enslave their masses under the tyranny of secular humanism.

Naturally, one would think that the Irish [New]church clergy would be at the forefront in opposition to this Satanic action, however, if one has closely followed the plight of the Church not only in Ireland but throughout the world since the tumultuous days of the Second Vatican Anti-Council, 1962-65, one would understand that the Irish clergy would do nothing to defend the Founder of the Church that they supposedly represent here on earth.  Their meek response was to say that the law itself was “largely obsolete” and added that it:

may give rise to concern because of the way such measures

have been used to justify violence and oppression against

minorities in other parts of the world.***

Yes, by all means, the demons and dark spirits that all heretical/schismatic groups, sects, and non-Christians alike are guided by should be protected while the Blessed Trinity is free to be criticized, doubted, mocked, and ridiculed in whatever manner.

It is very apparent that the Irish [New]church clergy has forgotten the ominous words spoke by Our Lord in St. Matthew’s Gospel:

Whosoever therefore shall confess me before men,

I will also confess him before my Father, who is in

heaven.  But whosoever shall deny me before men,

I will also deny Him before my Father, who is in

heaven.  [Matthew X: 32, 33 DRV ]

Meanwhile, as the Irish were voting their way further into the abyss, one of Christianity’s greatest enemies was being defended by, ironically, a European court. A Strasbourg-based court for “human rights” ruled that “insulting” Mohammed “goes beyond the permissible limits of an objective debate” which “could stir up prejudice and put at risk religious peace.”****

The court rejected an appeal of a woman who had called Mohammed a pedophile for having “married” a six-year old and consummating the marriage three years later according to Islamic tradition.  In a seminar, the woman in her late 40s and identified as “E.S.,” said that Mohammad “liked to do it with children” and “. . . A 56-year-old and a 6-year old? . . . What do we call it, if not pedophilia?”

One could also add, “diabolical!”

Amazingly, an Austrian court convicted her a couple of years later of “disparaging religious doctrines” and ordered her to pay a fine of $547 plus legal costs.  An Austrian appeals court upheld the ludicrous decision.

In her second appeal to the human rights court at Strasbourg, the court added that the woman’s comments were “not objective, failed to provide historical background and had no intention of promoting public debate.”

So there you have it.

The lands that had once been Christian where blasphemy was harshly punished and whose peoples bravely fought against the Muslims who repeatedly attempted to invade their homelands and in an equally noble cause went on armed expeditions to liberate the Holy Land from the infidel, have now allowed their God to be libeled and have disallowed critical comments of their foremost enemy.

Muslim Control

Welcome to post-Christian civilization!


*Tyler Durden, “Will Ireland Decriminalize Blasphemy?”  Zero Hedge.  26 October 2018.

**Ruby Mellen, “In its Latest Push for Secularism, Ireland Votes to Overturn its Blashemy Ban.” The Washington Post.comworld 10 October 2018.

***Martin Armstrong, “Will Ireland Decriminalise Blasphemy?”  Statista.  25 October 2018.

****Lucia I. Suarez Sang, “Defaming Muhammad Does Not Fall Under Purview of Free Speech, European Court Rules.” Foxnews.com  28 October 2018.

Posted by the editors, 11-20-’18


On the Feast Day of Christ the King

CK 10-28-18


Today marks the feast day of Christ the King!

To a world that had long forgotten that Christ is King not only over individuals in their spiritual lives, but of all creation, Pope Pius XI in 1925 instituted, Quas Primas. The encyclical is an explicit rebuke to the concept that the civil authority is somehow outside or immune from His reign.

Every individual, organization, association, group, people, nation, authority, and state is subject to His Divine jurisdiction.  Tragically, and to mankind’s detriment, this feast day has been ignored by the wider world, and since the Second Vatican Anti-Council, 1962-65, it has been downplayed by the Conciliar Church.  For it is in stark contrast to what Newchurch now stands, for which is a man-centered, created faith which rejects its Savior’s charitable suzerainty.

In commentary on Quas Primas from Dom Prosper Guéranger’s magisterial, The Liturgical Year, a description of the world and its relationship with its King at the time of the encyclical was given:

To-day we sadly behold ‘a world undone,’

largely paganized in principles and outlook,

and, in recent years, in one country even

glorifying in the name ‘pagan.’  At the best,

governments mostly ignore God: and at worst,

openly fight against him, as we of to-day are

witnessing in the Old World and in the New. . . .

Christ is kept out of the State schools and seats

of higher education; and the rising generations

seem to be taught anything and everything save

to know, love and serve him.  Art and literature

all too frequently reflect the same tendencies.  [The Liturgical Year, Vol. XIV, 475]

To say the least, things have not improved as human society has deteriorated in every sense as mankind, which once knew the Truth, has now chosen with every effrontery to ignore it:

And since the spirit of evil reigns inevitably

whenever the spirit of Christ has ceased to reign,

in public and in private men are flouting the moral

laws of God, and some of the worst abominations

of ancient paganism are becoming matters of

every-day life. . . .   There is now an intense,

positive hatred of Jesus Christ in the militant

atheist, which differs in kind from the attitude of

the fiercest Roman or Eastern persecutor:  ‘If I had

not come and spoken to them . . . if I had not done

among them the works that no other man hath done,

they would not have sin: but now they have both seen

and hated both me and my Father.’ [Ibid., 475-76]

Those who lament the decline of Western Civilization seek remedies for the present crisis, but most ignore the one and only solution to it:

Even the statesmen’s well-meant efforts to find

a remedy for present ills and above all, to secure

world peace, prove futile because, whereas peace

is from Christ, and possibly only in the Kingdom o

Christ, his name is never mentioned throughout

their deliberations or their documents. [Ibid., 475]


Posted by the editors: 10/28/’18