Category: History

The Real Father Feeney

The recent profile by Michael Voris and Church Militant of Fr. Leonard Feeney (at first SJ and latterly MICM) — and certain other developments have resurrected interest in the much maligned native of Lynn, Massachusetts. The tragic tale of how … Continue reading

A Wonderful Moment in Time

The twentieth century was dominated by three political systems, communism, fascism and liberal democracy. There had been a fourth, monarchy, at the century’s beginning, but it was undone by World War I, at least as a form of government in … Continue reading

Who Am I?

I was a great warrior for the Israelites, one of thirty-seven men of might. I was not a Jew. But I believed in the true religion. I am the only non-Hebrew man mentioned in the Savior’s genealogy. I did not … Continue reading