Friday October 23, 2020

The old order lives on

The amazing spectacle of the Pope's funeral has silenced the liberals and the materialists.

9th April, 2005

Now that Pope John Paul II has gone, the world is attempting to get back to business as usual.

It's not easy because, for more than two weeks now, the Vatican has been the stage for quite the most extraordinary theatre any of us has seen.The sights and the images remain indelible. As a public spectacle, it defied living memory and historical precedent. Now we have the time towonder both about what has occurred andwhy...

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