The task of raising up good’s flag has fallen to you.
Please read this historic communication from the stalwarts of France to their American friend.
Friends who, it must be remembered, raised up good’s flag to free hostage America from England not so long ago.
"Castle of Christ" Part II [Episode 5]
(With apologies to our listeners for the long delay in airing this episode. The members of the Fleur de Lys Club support our modest efforts on top of their daily routines and jobs, although we wish to move at a quicker pace, we ask for your kindness and for your patience We at Unmasking the Revolution wish you and yours an excellent New Year. Thank you. )
In the awful wake of Christian Rome’s collapse a few brave souls and a few holy saints—among them Saint Martin of Tours and St. Genevieve of struggled to keep what remained of Western Civilization intact. They stood as little islands of hope in world consumed by barbarian flames and populated by the empty husk of sacked cities.
In this episode we learn how one of these little islands of hope became the Kingdom of France with the conversion of King Clovis to Christianity. We learn how one little king through acts of intense personal courage and shrewd political maneuvering, and also by the Grace of God, set his kingdom on a course from a war-torn province of a ravaged empire to become the cosmopolitan heart of Christian Civilization: the Eldest Daughter of the Church.
Adhering entirely to the podcast’s dedication to find and explore justice and right order, to find the truth, our returning guests Monsieur and Expat also discuss suggestions by some that King Clovis and political as well as pious motivations. Yet whatever his motives may or may not have been, there is no denying that by his action King Clovis laid the foundation for the Kingdom of France, the rampart of Christian Civilization: the Castle of Christ.
"Castle of Christ" Part I [Episode 3]
In the most riveting episode yet of Unmasking the Revolution, the show is joined by Expat: an objective, intelligent, unbiased, and (as yet) unopinionated American. With his wry wit and trenchant questions we delve into the great “middle stream” of public opinion's current view and explore the motives of people who may or may not decide to form a new government.
The opening of the show and the questions asked at the opening provide a suitable arena indeed for the entrance of Monsieur, who is once again kind enough to join our program. In a revelatory broadcast Monsieur enumerates the acts of a number of saints that, together, resulted in the formation of the French monarchy and the French state. We then learn how several saints and a newly crowned and freshly converted king defend the church, civil order, and indeed Western Civilization itself from the depraved and bloody hands of the barbarian hordes that roamed Europe after Rome’s collapse. This order lasted for 1,500 years and appropriately, at long last, we may praise it as the Castle of Christ.
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