10 05, 2021

The Antichrist by Soloviev

By |2024-07-09T19:52:32+00:00May 10th, 2021|Events|

This is a short fictional story originally titled Tale of the Antichrist by the Russian author, Vladimir Sergeyevich Solovyov. It was published by him in the Nedelya newspaper on February 27, 1900. It tells the tale of a smooth-talking antichrist quite accidentally uniting the remaining faithful Catholics, Orthodox and Protestants during the final persecution on earth. The twentieth century was the epoch of the last great wars and revolutions. The greatest of these wars had its distant cause in the movement of Pan Mongolism which originated in Japan as far back as the end of the nineteenth century. The imitative Japanese, who showed such wonderful speed and success in copying [...]

15 10, 2020

Jesus Returns to the USCCB

By |2020-10-15T16:43:10+00:00October 15th, 2020|Theology|

This is a modern re-writing of Fyodor Dostoevsky's "Grand Inquisitor" as found in his 1880 novel "The Brothers Karamazov." When Our Lord returned to 3211 4th Street in the northeast quadrant of the District, He was not placed in a dungeon.  The USCCB secretary took him to one of the sterile but well-lit classrooms.  In a professional manner, she told Him that He could sit anywhere.  She added on the way out the door, "And thank you for your patience until the bishop arrives." She turned with a pursed smile and re-entered her office near the main-entrance of the USCCB.  The classroom door closed softly but firmly behind her.  Our [...]

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