Category Archives: Catholics

The Pen and the Cross: Catholicism and English Literature 1850 – 2000

Richard Griffiths writes in this 2010 book: * The concerns of English Catholic literature on the whole failed to mirror those of its French equivalent. The reason for this lies mainly in the position, and history, of the Catholic Church … Continue reading

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Questions For Catholic Intellectual E. Michael Jones

E. Michael Jones operates CultureWars.com. Watch the show. He is the author of many books including The Jews and Moral Subversion, The Catholic Church and the Jews, and The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit and Its Impact on World History. The ADL … Continue reading

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E. Michael Jones on Harvey Weinstein

Rhondda writes: I am not a Catholic, or even a Christian, even though I was brought up in a liberal Protestant church, but sometimes I do appreciate E. Michael Jones for his insights about people. His latest discussion on YouTube … Continue reading

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Catholicism Is Gay

Dennis Dale writes: Was the abomination that has become of the Catholic Church inevitable due to its celibate order? Was the abomination that has become of Christianity generally also inevitable due to the preponderance of gay ministers? My impression is … Continue reading

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LAT: ‘Nearly 100 nuns at a nursing home near the Skirball fire were evacuated. With nowhere to go, staff took them in’

Whatever happened to Catholic charity? I can’t believe a group of 100 nuns could find no help from the Los Angeles Catholic community. If these were Jews in trouble, our community would have rallied to help them. Unlike Protestantism, which … Continue reading

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