How The Orthodox View Rome: The Futility of Reunion

The Catholic Church as an institution is comprised of two distinct bodies (for lack of a better term). These are the institutions dedicated to the faith, the religion of Roman Catholicism, and the other is the political/temporal orders, dedicated to diplomacy and influence. In the Roman view, these two organizations work in harmony together to … Continue reading How The Orthodox View Rome: The Futility of Reunion

On Resistance to Evil by Force

To those who travel in the same circles that I do, the title of this article should be familiar. It is the name of a book by Ivan Ilyin, one that I own but have not fully read. The views expressed in this article will be my own and not a repetition of Ilyin’s. I … Continue reading On Resistance to Evil by Force

First-Worldism: Commentary on a New Nationalism

To be a nationalist in North America is difficult. In Europe it is pretty simple: Romania for the Romanians, England for the English, etc. Depending on one’s personal views, certain definitions and policies can be expanded or reduced to meet the needs of the indigenous ethnic, cultural and religious (i.e. national) population. Furthermore, when properly … Continue reading First-Worldism: Commentary on a New Nationalism