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We remember the Cristeros

In Atheism, Catholicism, Christendom, Christianity, Conservative, Culture War, Faith, History, Human Rights, Religion, Secularism, War on January 2, 2010 at 10:26

Today, 1 January, we remember the formal beginning of the Cristero rebellion (or the Cristero war)… Read the rest of this entry »

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The martyrs of Savenay (1793)

In Atheism, Catholicism, Christendom, Christianity, Conservative, Culture War, Europe, Faith, History, Jesus, Politics, Religion, Secularism, Values, War on December 24, 2009 at 02:03

Today marks the anniversary of the Battle of Savenay (December 23, 1793), the last major battle Read the rest of this entry »

We remember Constantinople

In Asia, Catholicism, Christendom, Christianity, Church, Conservatism, Europe, History, Holidays, Islam, Medieval, Protestantism, Religion, War on May 30, 2009 at 06:23

Its fall solidified the chain of events that would destroy Christendom… Read the rest of this entry »

MOA-AD a path to peace, says Archbishop Quevedo

In Catholicism, Christianity, Government, History, Islam, News, Philippine politics, Philippines, Politics, Religion, War on August 20, 2008 at 17:12

Given Mindanao’s history, the MOA-AD offers a viable path to peace, according to Archbishop Quevedo… Read the rest of this entry »

A martyred bishop of a martyred church

In Catholicism, Christendom, Christianity, Church, Culture War, Faith, God, Grace, Human Rights, Iraq, Islam, Media, News, Opinion, Politics, Terrorism, War on March 15, 2008 at 04:51

Woe to us who let them suffer! For their witness is holy, but our indifference is an atrocity that is little short of unspeakable… Read the rest of this entry »

When the Crescent conquered Byzantium (a fragment)

In Catholicism, Christianity, Europe, Faith, History, Islam, Medieval, Orthodoxy, Politics, Religion, Society, War on October 18, 2007 at 14:45

The fall of Constantinople was a political catastrophe, but no one now weeps for the day the Crescent flew over the Hagia Sophia Read the rest of this entry »