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A project closer to home than usual – but about par for the course in duration.


Many of NCCL’s projects are long-in-the-undertaking, directed quietly, before fruit is born — or noticed. And most are conducted in far-off places across (more…)

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“Our dedication to Tradition must be total, we cannot settle for anything less.”

The above-named essay, bearing the subtitle, “Mysticism and Human Calculations”, appeared in the June 2015 newsletter of the Catholic community of Vocogno, in the Diocese of Novara, Italy.

We republish the same essay here, below, in English, thanks to (more…)

“Freedom for everything and for all except for evil and evil-doers.”

The above political motto of the great martyr and regenerator of Ecuador, President Gabriel Garcia Moreno, rings today truer & needier than ever.

It is a motto also that encapsulates Moreno’s personal rule, that men who aspire to be saints can make their own, editing it in order to rule their own state in life and spiritual temperament.

(Click here to edit this document for oneself.)

It is practically unthinkable that Pope Francis (more…)

An avoidable tragedy – still avoidable.

The following article, written 26 years ago this spring, is still as fresh as a daisy in its valuable lessons.

An Avoidable Tragedy by Eric de Saventhem

Or, “Object lessons to avert artificial estrangements that can last a millennium”.

The essay appeared originally in the April (more…)

“Je suis Charlie … Martel!”

Hammer away!

Christ Crucified: Scandal to the Muslims, Foolishness to the Secularists

by Roberto de Mattei – Rorate Caeli (January 14, 2015)

NCCL takes the liberty (more…)

Still too late to learn?

vatican.va_photo_pope_pius_xiiRead the admittedly stern words of an holy Father & Prophet to the Bishops of America only 75 years ago (tomorrow), and see if his prophetic warnings have not come to pass practically verbatim.

[ … ] 18. Not with the conquest of material space does one approach to God, (more…)