The Catholic Church and the Cultural Revolution tells the story of the culture wars between the Catholic Church and the Enlightenment over the last sixty years. The battle in America was fought in three areas: schools and education; obscenity; and the family and sexuality. The book examines: the significance of the law and the courts in these wars; the impact of the Second Vatican Council; the main sources of the attempted subversion of the Church; the battles that the Church fought with the media, notably Hollywood; the existence of a fifth column within the Church itself; the new Americanism that attempts to reconcile the Church and modernity by seeing America as an ideal state; and finally, “Where now in the Church?”
E. Michael Jones sees the big picture clearly and presents the overarching theme that encompasses particular actions and events. E. Michael Jones, Ph.D., is the editor of Culture Wars magazine, the author of numerous books, and a frequent lecturer.
The Catholic Church and the Cultural Revolution is necessary reading for Catholics and all opposed to the cultural revolution.
Pope Francis: “There is a real cultural revolution on the horizon of history at this time. The Church must, first and foremost, be part of it. In this perspective, it is essential to honestly recognize her weaknesses and shortcomings.”
The video below courtesy Rome Reports:
Rorate-Caeli comment: “A Catholic pope. Speaking of joining in a ‘cultural revolution’.
Let that sink in.” :
“They are of the world, therefore of the world they speak.” (1 John iv. 5.) Continue reading the St. Alphonsus Liguori Sermon “ON HUMAN RESPECT”: