Psychology

Should Catholics Support Critical Race Theory?

Is Critical Race Theory likely  to take root in UK schools?  Looks like the educational establishment think it should - click here... Talk about systemic white privilege and seeing rampant racism everywhere is now part of the new normal in the USA.  Do we really want that to happen in the UK?  What kind of...

Neil Oliver to Hypocritical COP26 Leaders: Follow The Example of St Francis… Then We’ll Listen!

I was planning to wait to post a COP26 thread to coincide with the arrival of the world's dictators dignitaries tomorrow, but when I saw the above clip a little earlier today, I couldn't resist. I'm 100% with Neil Oliver here -  yet again.  He speaks for, I think it's safe to say, the majority...

The Rise of Occultism and Its Manifestations

RCA Victor - our lead American blogger - offers his piercing and provocative take on contemporary Church and world events in the context of the rise of Occultism... What is occultism? The Catholic Encyclopedia defines it as “An attempt to work apparent miracles not by the power of God, but by the use of hidden...

UK: Assisted Dying Debate Reignited… But Why?

David Galloway, a surgeon and Former President of Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow joins Nana Akua on GB News to discuss the issue. Editor writes... Why does this subject keep coming up?  We have, on the one  hand, people filled with fear of becoming infected with Covid-19 (from which the majority recover), terrified...

Climate Change Terrorism: Programming the Population Post-Covid – A Psychological Breeze…

Blogger Athanasius aka Martin Blackshaw writes... Here we go again! I see all over the news channels today the beginning of a new psychological conditioning of the global population. "Code Red on Climate Change", says the UN, we're in last chance saloon and governments must act immediately to save the world. Sound familiar? Of course...

Is Jordan Peterson’s Fear of Committing to Christ Keeping Him From Catholicism?

“I’ve thought…I suppose it’s a form of comedy that Catholicism is as sane as people get…it’s gothic, it’s dark, it has the same aesthetic in some sense as a horror film, and I’m not being…I’m not saying something denigrating by that; it is part of its strange mystery, and all that strangeness is necessary...

UK Lockdown Addiction: Time To Ditch “The Experts” And Get On With Life…

From Spiked Online... Sir Chris Witty, Chief Scientific Adviser UK Government Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the pub, up pops a new report from SAGE with some very scary projections. The report focuses on the impact of reopening in the context of the Indian variant (B.1.617.2) spreading in the UK. It suggests...

Some Light Relief… My Favourite Films…

https://youtu.be/THBoHKcb8vU Entire film available to view on YouTube here Comment:  From time to time I find myself in conversation with friends sharing the same hair colour as my unworthy (silver-haired) self, when the topic of "the good old days" inevitably features. In our walks down Memory Lane we discuss friends and fashion, employment histories, church and recreational...

Turmoil USA: Tucker Carlson Quotes Archbp Viganò’s Letter to President Trump

For the third time, the above video has been removed on YouTube. None of the programme seems to be online, so we can't publish the clip of Tucker's comments about Archbishop Viganò.  However, the clips are included in the following Dr Taylor Marshall video... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WXiIgOxBp_4&feature=emb_logo Comment:  Tucker seems to do his homework, as indicated in his inclusion...

Aristotle: Friends Essential For a Life Well-Lived…But ARE They – Really?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F18kSA8OxqY Comment:  Studies show that having a good network of friends contributes to improved health, wellbeing and longevity. However, Aristotle lived and taught his philosophy prior to Christ coming into the world, so, doesn't that make a difference?  Surely Faith and Family suffices to make us healthy and happy into old age?  I once met a...