Jordan Peterson says ‘I can’t do it’ when asked about Jewish Influence

A young gentleman asks Jordan Peterson some poignant questions about whether the Jewish power that swept over Russia in the 20th Century, leading to millions of deaths, might not be repeated here in the U.S.  Being that Peterson says he has paintings portraying Communist Russia in his own home, it seems he would be prepared […]

The Old Covenant: Revoked or Not Revoked?: “Jews and Christians: A Journey of Faith”

by Robert A Sungenis, Ph.D. More and more Catholics, Protestants and Jews are seeking to overturn 2000 years of Christian teaching concerning the Old Covenant. Although the Church has always taught that the Old Covenant is revoked, what we are now being told by theologians, clerics and lay persons in high places is that it […]

A Catholic view of the Talmud, the Jews’ most holy book

Introduction In her autobiography, Life in a Jewish Family, St. Edith Stein, the most renowned Jewish convert to Catholicism in recent history, relates a story about an observant Orthodox friend. And at the end of it, she makes a quite candid statement of her opinion of the Talmud [Heb., study]. One day, when out walking with […]

The Catholic Church and the Jews

Review of E. Michael Jones’ The Catholic Church and the Jews by John Beaumont Most readers of Culture Wars will know well the editor’s remarkable book, The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit, much of which was serialized month by month in the pages of Culture Wars itself, before being published in 2008. One reviewer of that book summarized his thoughts directly in […]

Review: The Jesuit Order as a Synagogue of Jews – Part One

Review by Andrew Joyce   The Jesuit Order as a Synagogue of Jews: Jesuits of Jewish Ancestry and Purity-of-Blood Laws in the Early Society of Jesus Robert Aleksander Maryks Brill, 2010. Free Download “Those from the circumcision subverted the entire house of the Society. As sons of this world who are shrewd in dealing with […]

Communism is the greatest evil known to mankind, says the Pope 1937

From Divini Redemptoris (On Atheistic Communism) in 1937; “The promise of a Redeemer brightens the first page of the history of mankind, and the confident hope aroused by this promise softened the keen regret for a paradise which had been lost. It was this hope that accompanied the human race on its weary journey, until in the […]