Tag Archive: The Hapsburg Restorationist

Like Unto Kings: The Three Magi and the Sacrétemporal Worldview

“The Feast of the Epiphany commemorates the threefold manifestation of our Lord Jesus Christ in His earthly life, His baptism, the wedding feast of Canna, and the visit of the Magi…”

The Vision of Roland

“Far, far across the hills echoed the song of the Olifant of the Palatines…”

Still Round the Corner: A Lord of the Rings Fan-Fiction Story

“I am Tuor Artirion, of the Citadel Guard of Minas Tirith, son of Galdor Artirion, lately of the White Company of the Prince of Ithilien…”

“Stand, Men of the West!”: The Virtue of Chivalry in Middle Earth

Read how The Lord of the Rings brings to the fore elements of medieval symbolism and the virtue of chivalry.

Gloriam Vidi Resurgentis: The Sudden Joyous Turn

An article that speaks of Easter as the coming of the King, and looking forward with hope to the resurrection of Christendom, just as Gondor was restored through the return of Aragorn in “The Lord of the Rings”.

The Coronation of Charlemagne

Immerse yourself in this dramatization of the coronation of Charlemagne, one of the most important events in the history of Christendom.

Seven Stars and Seven Crowns: A Catholic Monarchist’s Perspective on The Lord of the Rings

Learn about the monarchist elements of “The Lord of the Rings” and the parallels between the Kingdom of Gondor and the Holy Roman Empire.

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