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The Vatican and the New World Order

While the Holy See no longer exercises the temporal power it once did, [1] it is still a major player on the world stage. Papal representatives have long been spread throughout the world, [2] and, in the past 150 years,

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Protestantism in Latin America

It has long been believed that Protestantism “is a sort of Trojan Horse, whose ultimate purpose is to eclipse and replace local culture while extending the cultural hegemony of the United States”. [1] According to J. Lloyd Mecham, “Protestants are

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Monarchy: Bulwark of Civilization

A 2009 Vatican conference on “Catholic Social Doctrine and Human Rights” condemned “ethical relativism, which by no means few see as one of the principal conditions for democracy because relativism is said to assure tolerance and mutual respect between people.

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Charles Coulombe Tells All

The following is a slightly edited transcript of my interview with Catholic historian Charles Coulombe, KCSS. Hello, Charles. I have some questions for you today. First, I know that you admire the works of Tolkien and H.P. Lovecraft. And I

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State vs. Church: Bad Gov’t Hates Catholicism

We know that American officials often promote immorality abroad, and we know that America also has a severe strain of anti-Catholicism, but governments often find that they need religion for legitimacy, and Protestantism has proven to be quite amenable. People

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Monarchy: The Cure for Democratic Ills

“[Democracy] soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There never was a democracy yet that did not commit suicide.” — John Adams “Men think that what is just is equal; and that equality is the supremacy of the popular will; and

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The Roosevelts and the Church

Like the Bushes, the Roosevelts were, in their own ways, hospitable to the Church. President Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt and Pope Leo XIII exchanged prayers, congratulations, warm regards, and gifts. [1-5] Teddy’s government was also allowed to make recommendations for appointments to

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