Plato's Academy

The root problem is more than simply Cultural Marxism or Modernism – it’s Hegelian

Recently I have been looking at a few of the major philosophical influences that contribute to the crisis we have in the Church today and, as a result of the problems in the Church, in society at large. Many in the Church, if not most, see that men with evil designs have usurped our Church.… Continue reading The root problem is more than simply Cultural Marxism or Modernism – it’s Hegelian

Plato's Academy

St. Joan of Arc, Plato, and Aristotle (or, St. Joan versus the American and French Revolutions)

We have two warring philosophies in Western society and perhaps in the whole world. These are the Platonic and Aristotelian paradigms (see Arthur Herman, The Cave and the Light: Plato Versus Aristotle, and the Struggle for the Soul of Western Civilization.) Our philosophical views determine how we decide what is true and therefore how we… Continue reading St. Joan of Arc, Plato, and Aristotle (or, St. Joan versus the American and French Revolutions)

Plato's Academy

King David, Plato, and the Renaissance of Christendom today

King David is an archetype of the Platonic, Ultra-Real Royal Form and is a manifestation of the Heavenly Divine Kingdom on earth. This is true in terms of David's Monarchy in relation to the divine Form in the mind of God, but we also see it through his inspired writings in the Psalms. As one… Continue reading King David, Plato, and the Renaissance of Christendom today

Monarchy, Plato's Academy

Monarchy as the Platonic Form of the Divine Order

Monarchy properly understood is a Platonic, ultra-real Form. As Catholics, we recognize the Platonic Forms of natural philosophy as those supernaturally created by and resting eternally in the Mind of God. The Forms exist as Plato postulated, only he had no way in time and space (though we cannot be certain of this) to grasp… Continue reading Monarchy as the Platonic Form of the Divine Order

New Christendom

America is supposed to be Catholic and Royal – its destiny is to be New Christendom

As Catholics in America, we will never fully be Catholic, nor will we ever truly restore the Church, nor will we ever effectively evangelize others for the Church unless we start becoming more truly American, i.e., Catholic and Royal and the land destined to be the New Christendom through the influences of New France and… Continue reading America is supposed to be Catholic and Royal – its destiny is to be New Christendom

New Christendom

America will only be great again when her Catholics reject the heresy of Americanism

As the Fourth of July festivities approach, it is safe to assume that 99.9% of Catholics in the United States are preparing to join hands with the occult and celebrate the most pernicious heresy ravaging Christ's Holy Church today. Catholics are going to join the Masons, the seculars, the "spiritual but not religious," and Protestants… Continue reading America will only be great again when her Catholics reject the heresy of Americanism

New Christendom

The Renaissance of New Christendom – the Real America blessed by God

RoyalHearts celebrates and seeks the restoration of Real America, the land truly blessed by God. Real America is the land pre-destined centuries ago to be "New Christendom," the development of which was the intent and the duty of the old European Catholic Monarchs, notably of France and Spain. The goal of RoyalHearts specifically, being inspired… Continue reading The Renaissance of New Christendom – the Real America blessed by God

Royal Hearts

Meditation on the Royal Heart

The Royal Heart is one that is born not of earth but of the Heavenly Kingdom. We are unable to explain to others our devotion to the Monarchy without revealing a few of the sacred rooms in the castle of our soul. For, devotion to the Monarchy is much more than a devotion to an earthly socio-political… Continue reading Meditation on the Royal Heart

Royal Hearts

St. Clotilda’s Royal Hearts of the French Catholic Diaspora

“France was won for the faith, primarily because of Clotilda.” ~ Warren H. Carroll, The Building of Christendom St. Clotilda, the spiritual mother and Queen of Royal France, was a Burgundian princess when she married Clovis, the King of the Franks in 493 AD. Though her father followed the heretical Arian “Christian” sect, her mother… Continue reading St. Clotilda’s Royal Hearts of the French Catholic Diaspora

Royal Hearts

Queen St. Clotilda, the spiritual mother of Royal Hearts

“The migration of nations! – What a medley of images this word calls up in our mind. It carries us back to the sunset of the old civilization; we rest for a while in the twilight, then grope about in the night, and emerge at last into the dawn – grey, indistinct, undefined – of a… Continue reading Queen St. Clotilda, the spiritual mother of Royal Hearts