Friday, November 20, 2009

Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams Seen in Rome

Photo taken yesterday evening in front of Rome's Jesuit Univeristy.

Belloc, Dawson and Chesterton saw this implosion coming years ago.

"Protestant culture decayed from within from a number of causes, all probably connected, although it is difficult to trace the connection; all probably proceeding from what physicists call the 'auto-toxic' conditions of the Protestant culture.  We say that an organism has become 'auto-toxic' when it is beginning to poison itself, when it loses vigor in its vital processes and accumulates secretions which continually lessen its energies.  Something of this kind was happening to the Protestant culture towards the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth..."

-The Great Heresies by Hilaire Belloc, p. 138.


  1. You mean of course, the Arch-Layman of Canterbury.

  2. His Duidity always has a smerk, but maybe that's just his look.

  3. Who is the prelate next to the arch-druid of Albion? Kasper's assistant Farrell?

  4. If you read what this layman said, during a speech at the Gregorian University you would be appaled and disgusted for his lack of respect for the Catholic Church, and the Pope.

    His comments were as if the Devil himself had come to Rome to tempt the Church.

    Had I been in Rome and his car drove by with him it it, I would have given him the finger, to let him know what many good Catholics think of him....and his "church" and ecumenism.

  5. Calm down.

    I was at the Gregorian and he gave a fine talk. A fabulous talk.

    Don't believe everything you read in the media.

  6. Both prelates in the auto are Anglican.