LifeSite has just linked to articles of M.Matt and The Remnant – Praise God that the Notre Dame tragedy is becoming a symbol converted into the actions of the uniting of the traditional Catholic movement and traditional Catholic thought…,.i.e. Dr.Taylor Marshals Show, Michael Voris , Catholic Family News, The Fatima Center , One Peter Five,, the Italian TFP, the Brazilian TFP , The U.S. TFP, the remaining traditional Orders , The Benedict Center NH, The Sacred Architecture and Music Journals and others are now all referencing one another – and inter-hosting one another The restoration movement is now united and speaking with a unified voice via sacred tradition , which is nothing more than all of what the Roman Catholic Church always held to be true from the Church Fathers until the start the Council in the 1960s and the revolution’s continuing attempt to create a new pan religion Catholicism in violation of Christ Himself
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Madame Notre Dame will rise again
Ierusalem, Ierusalem, convertere ad Dominum Deum tuum: The Lord hath delivered me into my enemies’ hands.- From Last Night/this Morning – Matins – On Rorate
STABAT MATER: Notre Dame Survived -On The Remnant Newspaper
De Mattei: HOLY WEEK 2019: THE CHURCH IS BURNING On Rorate Caeli Translation From Italia Francesca Romana
We live in a world that has lost the value of logic, but the power of symbols is still extraordinary, given that symbols are used by the mass-media system to create emotional-reactions, often replacing the role of reason. There are in fact two ways of arriving at the truth: one through reason, the other through symbols.
Notre Dame: A Fiery Sign? –William Fitzpatrick On Crisis Magazine
Was the near destruction of Notre Dame Cathedral simply the result of an accidental fire? Or was it also a prophetic sign?In the Bible, the destruction of a city or a temple is often linked to immorality or unbelief. The fire and brimstone that was rained down on Sodom was punishment for the sins of its people. Likewise, Jesus warned the people of Capernaum and other cities that their fate could be worse than Sodom’s because they did not repent despite the “mighty works” he had performed in their midst (Matt. 11:20-24). When Jesus wept over the city of Jerusalem, he prophesied that its enemies “will not leave one stone upon another in you, because you did not know the time of your visitation” (Luke 19:41-44).
Church’s Shepherds Must Recognize “Divine Warning”: Bishop Schneider on Notre Dame Fire — On Catholic Family News
Bishop Schneider: Notre Dame fire is sign of ‘spiritual conflagration’ in the Church | News | LifeSite
Notre Dame en Feu: God Takes Back What Is His – On OnePeterFive
During my senior year of college, I took a class on the French Revolution — my first real academic exposure to that seminal period since a brief survey in high school. Going into the class, I was confident in my understanding of the Revolution, a narrative more or less predicated on the traditional historiography: the French Revolution was a struggle against an oppressive monarchy in defense of the same basic principles as our own revolution in the United States, though perhaps with a bit more bloodshed. Guillotines or not, how could one take umbrage at such lofty ideals as liberty, equality, and fraternity? Such was the extent of my understanding of the Revolution at the time I began the college class, a misguided view (as I would learn) that my Catholic high school education criminally failed to correct. In what turned out to be the biggest seismic shock of my academic career, my professor quickly disabused me of my preconceived notions and tipped over the first domino that would soon cause the total reorientation of the foundations of my political and philosophical worldview
Catholic France in the End Times, Great French Monarch and Our Lady of La Salette – Dr Marshall ‘s Show On YouTube
Notre-Dame de Paris : A Fiery Calvary – On FSSPX.News
The Burning of Notre Dame: Tragedy and Hope – Christopher Ferrara On The Fatima Center
Church bells ring across England in solidarity with France – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites
Notre Dame: “The Twin Towers, Those Hymns of Stone” -On FSSPX.News
Bells of Cathedrals Ring In A United Chorus Tribute To Notre Dame
PARIS (AP) — Bells of cathedrals across France rang in a moving tribute Wednesday to Notre Dame as firefighters and experts continued to keep the beloved but weakened landmark under close surveillance.
From Sacre Coeur in Paris to the cities of Strasbourg in the east and Rouen in the west, the architectural treasures of France solemnly marked the inferno, two days after it ravaged the gothic cathedral, widely regarded as the soul of France.
“I just arrived for the first ring of the bells and immediately there was an emotion. Incredible, indescribable, I just can’t explain it,” said Nadia Pascassio-Comte, in Strasbourg. “It was beautiful and sad at the same time. I had tears in my eyes at one point, and I think that this solidarity is magical, it really unites a lot of people.”
Notre Dame Post Fire Aerial View Courtesy of Gigarama.ru via AP
Hero Priest of Notre Dame is Traditionalist – On The Eponymous Flower
Interview With the French Priest Who Saved the Blessed Sacrament & Crown of Thorns from Notre Dame Cathedral – OnePeterFive
Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia calls for destruction of churches – On Corrispondenza Romana
Hugh Fitzgerald: The Fire at Notre-Dame and Muslim Schadenfreude (Part One) – On Robert Spencer’ Site
Watch – Restoring Christian France | On CMTV’s The Download Panel
Notre Dame as metaphor for the Faith.
Fire out, organ intact but work ahead for charred Notre Dame – On Crux
$1 Billion Pledged to Rebuild Notre Dame Cathedral – Blaze seen as symbolic of destruction of faith in France – On CMTV
Gaucher de Châtillon Dies Defending St. Louis IX of France –On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites
King St. Louis IX, prisoner in Egypt, painted by Georges Rouget.
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Notre Dame En Flame – Post-Mortem News Round Up – On Broken & Angry Hearts- Updated | TCE |
A Reflection On Notre Dame Cathedral – By Professor Plinio Correa de Oliveria On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites
Should the Gothic Cathedral Be Painted? The Cathedral of Orvieto – Part I by Prof. Plinio Correa de Oliveira On TIA
What Is Behind the Rebirth of Gothic? The Cathedral of Orvieto – Part II by Prof. Plinio Correa de Oliveira