Papal Zouaves from Holland!
Hero Pietro Jong fell this day in 1867, defending the Papacy.
Edit: just noticed that an old story from last year was getting hits. Some depressives were gazing into their crystal balls and lamenting what they believed was the inevitable reconciliation with “Modernist Rome”. At the time I wasn’t pretending to know anything, and here we are, despite all of the screeching, we still don’t know what’s going on with the reconciliation, but the Pope certainly seems to be going his own way.
This is also part of the reason why I was struck by this recent video with RamZPaul, hosting Literature Prof E. Michael Jones. Jones really gets it with respect to a lot of things. So many people are in despair religiously for various reasons about the way things are going, but around 1:25 he asks a great question. Are you going to be self-immolating or are you going to keep fighting?
Skojec is trying so hard to stay within that Judaizing Christian identity. He’s still stuck attempting to avoid various taboos. Why can’t you say it’s both blood and identity? God understood it this way, since it’s how he made his deal with Abraham, it’s how he dealt with the Jewish nation, according to tribes.
Then he goes off the reservation and causes a meltdown from the evil editor of America Magazine. He’s definitely going in the right direction.
VATICAN CITY, October 25, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) ― The Scottish delegate to the Synod on Young People, Faith, and Vocational Discernment stated that young Catholics in his country have asked for orthodox teaching.
“The young people that I met before I came here wanted me to tell the Synod Fathers that they want to learn about the Catholic faith. They don’t want me to make it easy for them. They don’t want me to sugar-coat it for them,” Archbishop Leo Cushley of the Archdiocese of St Andrews and Edinburgh told a Vatican News reporter.
“They want to know ‘what it says on the tin,’ as it were,” he added with a chuckle. “And so they want me to be in a position to explain to them the richness of our Catholic faith and to put that before them.”