Tuesday, 2 October 2012

A new war cry - "Forward boldly"

I have never met Christine Niles but she sounds like the sort of person it would be good to chat to over a gin and tonic after attending a Latin Mass.

I have followed Christine's Facebook page for some time now and it appears as if she has now taken a great step forward for the Faith.

                             "I would rather die than do a thing I know
                                 to be a sin or against the will of God"

Christine has established a Radio Station called, in St Joan of Arc's immortal words: "Forward boldly".

You may listen to it HERE

It sounds good, very good, and it is taking the battle forward in a great stride.

Huzzah! and, even, Hooray!


  1. This woman, who has done a very good job, made a couple of things click as I was listening to it.

    Now before I start I wanted to warn you that I am going to use the 'new' tag to refer to something, but don't panic, hear me out.

    I feel that a lot of the Catholic content coming out of internet, and from blogs, often uses strong religious imagery and words to put over points. This new radio station also uses strong imagery in its words (the fewness of the saved & Joan of arc etc). Then we have Bishop Philip talking (on Fr. Rays blog) about Mary's Dowry, England's Nazereth, turning away from bureaucracy, and centering on Christ and orthodoxy. We also have Bishop Mark focusing on Christ and the Eucharist. There are more and more growing references to the fewness of the saved, confession, sin (and Latin Mass even) etc. etc......

    I wonder if we are on the verge of a 'new' traditionalism. By this I do not just mean a return back to pre-Vatican II....

    ......but a return a new form of Medieval Catholicism which would be an even greater achievement.

    I do hope that this is the case. Like I always say, there has been 400 years of prayer since the reformation. Surely the blood of the Martyrs and all those prayers will result in more than just a 'renewal of the renewal'?


  2. OPN - I hope and pray you are right.

  3. Thank you for the kind words, Richard. Please keep me in your prayers.
    God bless,