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Catholic Resistance in Britain

Posted by immaculata - April 27, 2011

(British) Catholic Counter-Revolution – Re-Conversion of Catholics – Catholic Restoration

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Christian Order

was in the December 1959 edition of The Christian Democrat, the voice
of the Catholic Social Guild, that the esteemed English Jesuit Father
Paul Crane, S.J., announced a name-change effective from the following
month. Thus, in January 1960, Christian Order emerged without
fuss or fanfare of any sort and blissfully unaware that it would soon
become the British linchpin of a Catholic counter-revolution.

In the years following the Vatican Council, the Old Mass famously became
the centre of Christian Order’s Catholic resistance to the Modernist
revolutionaries and their manic efforts to Protestantise the Faith anew.
As it ventured more and more into the liturgical, doctrinal, moral,
catechetical and ecumenical fields, however, word was passed down from
the Jesuit powers on high that „Father Crane should stick to the Social
Question.“ But he was not about to confine himself to his renowned specialty,
Catholic social teaching, when virtually every facet of Church life
was under attack. To do so would have meant betraying the Lord and a
multitude of His orthodox flock who, shepherdless and besieged, looked
to Christian Order for direction, instruction and solace: for
the Truth!

Perhaps no local Church in the postconciliar age has owed so much to
the sustained effort of one publication. Week in and week out the ’so-called
Catholic press‘ in Britain spreads error and doubt and wastes its time
appeasing or praising the enemies of Catholicism. Month in and month
out Christian Order defends and propagates the Faith with conviction,
while not hesitating to publicly rebuke wayward and recalcitrant bishops
as St. Augustine and St. Thomas Aquinas insisted we must do when the
Faith is endangered. Indeed, since Father Crane’s sudden death in 1997,
we have become even more outspoken in response to the catastrophic scale
of dissent throughout the United Kingdom and the impending demise of
the local Churches, which some English bishops have admitted will come
to pass within the next generation. While others keep their heads down
and await with the best of British reserve some kind of miraculous bail-out,
Christian Order is more bellicose about the situation. We believe
it is way past time for an urgent wake-up call; for raised voices; for
a little arm-waving and excitement to direct attention to the British
farm burning down behind a soporific Catholic populace; for some accusatory
finger-pointing at those clerics who daily fan the rising flames by
their sins of omission and commission.

Christian Order leaves the rest to worry about the celebrated
‚conversion of England‘. We are more concerned about the re-conversion
of Catholics! First things first! Obedience to Catholic doctrine and
discipline – to Papal and Magisterial authority – matters above all
else, since a healthy Church precedes and gives rise to a healthy State.
That is the natural order of things ordained by God. All the heartfelt
social justice documents and fretting about the state of the world by
churchmen will come to nought without a self-confident, orthodox Catholic
laity faithful to Tradition. Christian Order contributes to that
eventuality by feeding its readership a steady diet of Catholic truth.
By pulling no punches in its assessment of the present Catholic malaise,
it also provides readers with a better understanding of the negative
ramifications of dissent and disobedience on the life of the Church
– thus motivating them to even greater prayer and work
as part of the Catholic restoration.

the Church is militant, She cannot thrive and flourish. Thus Christian
is a militant antidote to the secular „live and let live“
attitude which has brought the Church low. For forty years it has embodied
that uncompromising spirit demanded by Pope Leo XIII, who contended
that in times of necessity each Catholic is „under obligation to show
forth his faith to instruct and encourage other of the Faithful“ [Sapientise
]. We therefore urge you to take out a Christian Order
subscription today, to ensure that one of the precious few European
voices for orthodoxy and tradition continues its mission for Christ
and His Church well into the new millennium!

Read more at www.christianorder.com



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