Category: Politics and Society

Time for Kings

This coming Sunday is the Feast of Christ the King for us Extraordinary-type Catholics. You know what that means, kids! Yes, it’s time to announce the winner of the annual “Why Monarchy Is Superior” essay contest. (Didn’t hear about it? … Continue reading

The Faith All But Dead in Quebec

O Canada! In “Neither practising nor believing, but Catholic even so,” we learn of the tragic state of the Church in Quebec. The article summary reads: “The ‘baptized pagans’ of Quebec, the most secularized society in the Western world, have … Continue reading

Conserving Something or Other

Over at Taki’s Magazine, Charles Coulombe playfully takes readers on a fast-paced romp through the unfamiliar (for most people) political spectrum of what is called “Paleoconservatism.” His article, The Old Paleos and the New, seeks to explain the contrasts and … Continue reading