Category Archives: Scholastic Theology

God save the children

The battle between the individual soul and the spirits of evil begins first at conception (Bl. Mary of Agreda, Ciudad de Dios, 4–The Coronation Ch. XV). The demons are opposed to life and attempt to snuff any potentiality that a … Continue reading

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Muhammad the prideful heretick and false prophet…

Any one who has casually examined snippets of the Quran can note strong similarities between the Bible (Jewish TNKH and Christian NT) and itself. It shouldn’t be surprising. This is why the religion of Islam is fairly often considered an … Continue reading

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Winter Break Reading…

My winter break is officially coming to an end and will end on Monday when I start school. When you’re unemployed because of an evil work-situation screwed you over, you get a lot of time to read… Here’s the fun … Continue reading

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forging a new political party from the shambles…

I am going to be forging the Catholic Monarchist Party in the midst of the shambles. The goal of which will be to promote Catholic Social Doctrine and promote the Catholic faith as well as the common good of mankind. … Continue reading

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Sex-positivism refuted

There is a certain age at which human nature is desirous of procreation-procreation which must be in beauty and not in deformity; and this procreation is the union of man and woman, and is a divine thing; for conception and … Continue reading

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brief defense of the death penalty

My case for the death penalty here only seeks to defend it in completely and totally extreme circumstances. At a rationalistic level, when one has to face the fact that human nature is fallen, the death penalty very rarely ought … Continue reading

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St Thomas Aquinas on man’s transformation to divinity

with regard to the full participation of the Divinity, which is the true bliss of man and end of human life; and this is bestowed upon us by Christ’s humanity; for Augustine says in a sermon (xiii de Temp.): “God … Continue reading

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