Christianity

The Esoterism of Dante

Especially since the Renaissance, some in Western Christendom have suspected that the deeper dimension of their tradition has somehow been lost, and have therefore sought to discover, or create, an ‘esoteric’ or ‘initiatic’ Christianity. In the middle […..]

Continue Reading »

The Symbolism of the Christian Temple

That sacred art no longer exists today is all too clear, despite the intense efforts of some to make us believe in the value, in this respect, of the most questionable productions. We can perhaps speak of […..]

Continue Reading »

The Way to Our Heavenly Father

Our Father who art in heaven. . . . Two thousand years have elapsed since these words were first spoken from the Mount of the Beatitudes overlooking the Sea of Galilee. Since that time countless sermons and […..]

Continue Reading »

What Do The Religions Say About Each Other?

As a result of Islamic terrorism many people—including some in high places—have quickly come to the conclusion that Islam is a religion of violence and, as such, is the sworn enemy of Christianity and the Western way […..]

Continue Reading »