Monthly Archives: December 2019

As Long as Catholics Continue Feasting, Christendom Still Exists!

What is a perennial truth if nothing other than a truth which springs up every year? We who are strangers and sojourners in the city of man, we who aspire towards citizenship in the city of God, we know that … Continue reading

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Why Would Anyone Eat Locusts and Wild Honey?

Wearing a camel-hair garment and a leather belt is one thing but eating locusts and wild honey is another! I don’t suppose John the Baptist was wearing the camel hair garment that I am familiar with – although I think … Continue reading

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