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The Battle Between Heaven And Earth
For anyone that does not believe that the battle between Western Catholic Christian Culture and the metastasizing of freemasonry into the culture is not a live war being played out needs some x-ray glasses and some unplugging from the matrix
Cacophony and Monotony are the Twin Principles of Modern Design. Whatever Happened to Harmony? D. Clayton On Novus Motus Liturgicus
“When I look at most buildings designed in the traditional manner – this would be most built before the Second World War – it strikes me that the goal of the architect in his design is beauty, and that he seeks visual harmony through an appropriate proportioning of the parts in their different magnitudes.”
New Jesuit Space Emphasizes Emptiness of Modernism — Wins Fabulous Prize – ( Replete With Masonic Architecture ) – On EP
In The Decline and Fall of the Roman Church, Father Martin says this Lefebvre material included documentation of Freemasonic affiliations of various Cardinals, together with sexual scandal, including photos of some Vatican officials with their girl friends and others with their boy friends. Unless I misread him, Father Martin seems to imply that it is a strange coincidence that Pope John Paul I’s death followed so quickly upon his receipt of this expose material from Archbishop Lefebvre.Whatever one thinks of that speculation, and the claims about the “murder” of JP-I attributed to unnamed sources in Yallop’s In God’s Name, there is no doubt that Mino Pecorelli, editor of the expose newspaper L’Osservatore Politico Internazionale, did send JP-I a list of P2 and Grand Loge Alpina members on the the staff of the Vatican Bank just before that Pontiff’s sudden demise. What happened to Pecorelli leaves little room for speculation. He was shot dead on a street in Rome, quite definitely by professional assassins.
If you must speculate, Signor Pecorelli was shot through the mouth – ‘the sasso in bocca’, the traditional Mafia punishment for informers.
Sardinian Priest Joins The Masonic Lodge — Cagliari Diocese Doesn’t Care – On The Eponymous Flower
A Look Inside NYC’s Mysterious Masonic Hall: Gothamist
Not ‘Just a Building’ – Brody Hale’s Fight to Save Catholic Churches – By Meghan Ferrara On Regina Magazine
It’s happening across the West. In recent years, a slow trickle has been turning into a steady stream — and in many countries, a Niagara — of beautiful, historic churches being shuttered.
The grief and frustration from these losses affect entire communities. Worse, most Catholics believe that such losses are inevitable.
But what many do not realize is that these lovely buildings can be saved — if parishioners take advantage of little-known canon laws designed to address precisely these emergencies
Demonic ‘art’ desecrates another Belgian Church
This artwork is actually typographical of freemason architecture – the symbology of the trajectory of man becoming supernatural and God like
1800s Synagogues that mimicked the traditional Catholic Churches architectures designed to participate in a Rite of Sacrifice while surrounded in the beauty of the Sacred
Eldridge St Synagogue After Hour Tour | Untapped Cities
In The Art And Architecture Section Of Regina Magazine We Have A Dominican Miracle in Columbus, Ohio –
Behind the Scenes Tour of the United Palace Theater – Untapped Cities
Explore the stunning United Palace Theater, 3,400-seat entertainment palace originally built as one of the five Loew’s Wonder theaters in the New York City metro area. Originally known as the Loew’s 175th Street Theatre, the United Palace has long served as a cultural hotspot for residents of the north Manhattan community. Designed by architect Thomas Lamb (Cort Theatre, the former Ziegfeld Theatre) and styled by Harold Rambausch (Waldorf Astoria, Radio City Music Hall)
The Church’s traditions are alive and well. Catholics need to immerse themselves in them | LifeSite
“Reverence Is Not Enough: On the Importance of Tradition” — Dr. Kwasniewski’s Lecture at Strahov Abbey in Prague – RORATE CÆLI:
Church, Women & Pants | On New Oxford Review
With clothing fashions becoming more risqué each year, there has been much debate within the Catholic and Protestant communities on the appropriateness of certain styles created for women. Most discussions are centered on the virtue of modesty —
Why Do Only Women Have to Dress Well? Marian T. Horvat, Ph.D. – On TIA
Saint Joan of Arc and Tradition Family And Property’s Defense of Sacred Art and Music – On Crusade Magazine (Archive)
Pintakasi: The Immaculate Little Lady – The devotion to La Niña Maria in the Philippines
Written by James Malabanan and Bro. Christoffer Denzell Aquino, SHMI
The Philippines is known in the Catholic world as the “Pueblo Amante de Maria”, a Spanish phrase which literally means “Bayang Sumisinta kay Maria”, the People in love with Mary for the Filipino people have a very strong devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary since the Spanish period and it is proven to be resilient for centuries.
Some Of The Many The Papal Condemnations of Freemasonry Collected In
~Destroy Freemasonry~ – Pope Leo XIII 1878-1903
From the TCE Archive
Sister Adorers Of The Institute – Stories Of Beauty, Sacred Music , Art, And Architecture – One Of The Main Selling Points Of Tradition & St. Cecilia | TCE |
October 23 – The amazing story of San Juan Capistrano and the Siege of Belgrade – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites
St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Vienna. The pulpit from which St. John Capistrano preached a crusade in 1454 to hold back Muslim invasions of Christian Europe.
St. John of Capistrano and Polish King Casimir IV Jagiellon