Unlike Christian virtues, which are based on reason and revelation with the purpose of leading man “to become like God” (CCC, 1803), modernism’s “virtues” are typically based on utility; one of the principle virtues being tolerance. Former film critic and author Michael Walsh says “’tolerance’ has taken on the status of a virtue – albeit a bogus one – a protective coloration for the Left when it is weak and something to be dispensed with once it is no longer required” (Walsh, The Devil’s Pleasure Palace, 45). In other words, tolerance and other virtues of modern secularism are not aimed at lifting man up to be “partakers in the Divine Nature” but rather serve to tear down and divide.Read the rest at ThoseCatholicMen.com.
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Those Catholic Men: Don't Check Your Privilege - Live Virtuously
My latest article for Those Catholic Men addresses head-on the topic of modernism's most egregious sin: "Privilege."