At Rorate Caeli, giving some timely historical context to the upcoming conclave, and analogizing the situation to what faced the Church at Trent. A must read.
“The right tactic for us is to be
visibly and always what we are, nothing more, nothing less. We defend a
citadel which cannot be taken except when the garrison itself brings in
the enemy. Combating with our own arms, we only receive minor wounds.
All borrowed armor troubles us and often chokes us.” (L.Veuillot, Mélanges, Oeuvres completes, iii series, 1933, v, 276).
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