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The neo-Catholics implementing Christian nationalism in America by Betty Clermont

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Published by Clarity Press in Atlanta, GA .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Catholic Church -- United States,
  • Conservatism -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church,
  • Conservatism -- United States,
  • United States -- Church history

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.

StatementBetty Clermont.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX1407.C76 C58 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23736555M
ISBN 100932863639
ISBN 109780932863638
LC Control Number2009039916
OCLC/WorldCa262432666

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author calls neo-Catholics. The first neoconservatives - Irving Kristol, Allan Bloom, and Francis Fukuyama - were proponents of the philosopher Leo Strauss who considered the ideal state as one ruled by an intellectual elite with religion used to . The Paradox of the Neo-Catholic Traditionalist. Last week, I chronicledsomething of the bafflement that ensued as I was confronted with the weirdly malleable term “neo-Catholic”. Judging from the combox discussion that followed, many readers share the tremendous confusion surrounding the term. The Vatican’s approval of the Neocatechumenal Way’s forms of “celebration” only applies to non-liturgical prayers within their catechesis and not to the Mass or other liturgies of the Church.   Neo Catholic means a conservative catholic who converted from protestantism or converted from being a liberal catholic. They generally adhere to catholic teaching on divorce, birth control, abortion, and homosexuality. They want to see the Novus Ordo Mass done with reverence and obeying the rubrics (written directions in red on what only to do).

Unfortunately, the overwhelming majority of “pew potatoes” will not read Neo Catholics. To which the Vatican breathes a huge sigh of relief. Nonetheless, her book is essentially a necessary work of unmasking the RCC today and the Neo Catholics who seeks to make it into its image rather than conform to Jesus, the Christ/5(6).   Neo-Catholicism as a new phenomenon in the Catholic Church was described in by the Catholic commentator George Sim Johnston in an essay favorably reviewing the book Being Right: Conservative Catholics in America. The real aim of the book is the character assassination of traditionalist Catholics in line with the neo-Catholic establishment’s ongoing SPLC-type inquisition. This is shown by the scattershot nature of Keating’s text, which cobbles together an assortment of sly innuendos and suggestions of lunacy on the part of his various : Christopher A. Ferrara. N/A. NeoCatholicism / Catholicism is a religious denomination. In the tv series, not much is known about the religion, but given its name, it is obviously derived from present day Catholicism. Whether or not it is controlled/led by the Papacy in Rome is unknown, but it does seem to follow a present day Catholic hierarchy (such as having Priests and an Archdiocese).Also known as: NeoCatholicism.