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"Who's Who in 'Windswept House' Updated" - 08/01/18
Fr. Malachi Martin, the noted Vaticanologist and confidant of pre-Vatican II
popes, wrote his 1998 novel, "Windswept House: A Vatican Novel," about
corruption in Newvatican under the Unsaint JPII-Wojtyla. It became an
immediate bestseller. His portrayal of Newvatican figures was unflinching:
"These are men with nothing in common but immense power and a towering
ambition for still more. With world unity and prosperity as their slogan --
and with betrayal, scandal, and murder as their ready weapons -- they have
the means and the will to capture as their own the perfect global machinery
for their plans: the oldest, wiliest, and most stable political chancery in
the world -- the Vatican."
Fr. Martin had been a Jesuit, but was so scandalized by that order's
adoption of violent Communist "Liberation Theology" that he got permission
from Paul VI-Montini to leave the order at the inception of the Newchurch of
the New Order in 1964. He then became a traditional Catholic priest and a
best-selling author exposing the corruption of the Newvatican. He wrote all
of his books as novels, as romans à clef, publicly stating that if had
written them as nonfiction, Newvatican would have murdered him. Even so, he
died under mysterious circumstances. Thus, he gave all of his characters
The TRADITIO Network herewith publishes a key proposed by one source, with
further additions by TRADITIO readers, relating the fictional names used in
Fr. Malachi Martin's "Windswept House" to the purported real persons
involved. The TRADITIO Network takes no position on the accuracy of the
Additional hidden characters have been added to this file. For further information, click on WIND: Who's Who in "Windswept House": A Key to the Characters i Fr. Malachi Martin's "Windswept House" in the TRADITIO Library of Files (FAQs and Traditional Apologetics).
The TRADITIO Network Reaches Its 29,000,000th Reader - 06/09/18
On June 9, 2018, the Feast of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, in the 24th year of its apostolate on the internet, the TRADITIO Network logged its 29,000,000th reader. TRADITIO was the first traditional Roman Catholic site to appear on the World Wide Web and was founded on the Feastday of St. Michael the Archangel, September 29, 1994. We were here even before Newvatican was, even before Amazon.com was!
We thank the Lord for our over 29,000,000 readers over these years and for our hundreds of dedicated correspondents from all over the world, who keep us current on everything going on in the bowels of Newvatican, in the inner sancta of various traditional organizations, and at Traditional Latin Mass sites around the world. TRADITIO has been the longest-existing and most read traditional Roman Catholic web site on the World Wide Web.
In their Daily Commentaries, the TRADITIO Fathers do not just copy news reports or the uninformed notions of johnny-come-lately "bloggers" in secular and religious publications, particularly Neocons and pseudo-traditionalists associated with the anti-Catholic Newchurch, who in fact have very little background or understanding of the Traditional Catholic Movement. Nor is TRADITIO Network enslaved to any particular organization's viewpoint. Instead, the TRADITIO Network provides the hard-hitting, independent analysis and perspective of over half a century of Roman Catholic experience, even from before Vatican II.
The TRADITIO Network is avidly read within the highest bowels of at Newrome and Menzingen (Neo-SSPX). In addition to the Daily Commentaries from the Fathers, including lively commentary on Church news from the traditional perspective, TRADITIO's other fifteen departments provide resources and materials for its readers to study and learn about the traditional Roman Catholic Faith.
We are particularly touched by the many thousands of messages that we have received from Newchurchers of the New Order, including Neocon and pseudo-traditionalist Newchurchers, who tell us that they have been converted to the traditional Roman Catholic Faith because of TRADITIO's uncompromising, independent commentaries and materials. The TRADITIO Network is one of many means through which Our Lord appears be working out the Traditional Catholic Restoration of the 21st century.
Special Feature: Ireland, Abortion, and Democracy - 06/09/10
Traditional Catholic author Patricius Anthony provides no-holds-barred articles with a traditional Catholic perspective on current events. For his latest article, click on Ireland, Abortion, and Democracy in the TRADITIO Network's Special Features (Articles, Reviews, Sermon Series, Other) department.
Where every day the Fathers provide unique, provocative, often bitingly satirical commentary (after the Roman satirist Juvenal, St. Thomas More, and other Saints of the Church) from half a century's personal observation of the Church both pre- and post-Vatican II, on current events in the Catholic Church from the traditional perspective.
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