Sunday, April 29, 2007

About VITW: Who we are

The Catholic Church is the one true Church founded by Jesus Christ upon St. Peter (Mt. 16:18-20;Jn. 21:15-17). Since the Second Vatican Council of the radical 1960's, many things have changed in the Roman Catholic Church, often for the worse, under the guise of "modernity". This spirit of change ushered in new theologies, sacraments, practices and disciplines. As a result, much of the traditional practices and traditional Catholic articles of faith are being ignored or simply trashed as being antiquated. Dedicated to the preservation of the Traditional Catholic faith and disciplines, A Voice Crying in the Wilderness was founded to pontificate on and document the happenings within the Catholic Church, as well as a soapbox for the publication of reviews and commentaries from a Traditionalist perspective.

Who Are We?

Leo A Standish - Traditionalist Catholic of five years, conservative political activist, and Southern Agrarian Distributist, Leo is the founder and Chief editor of "A Voice Crying in the Wilderness", "The Return to Christendom", and a contributing editor of "The New Distributist League".

Ryan Grant, AKA "Athanasius": Graduate of Steubenville with B.A. in Philosophy and Theology, Ryan Grant is a lay theologian, author of Athanasius Contra Mundum, and contributing editor to "The Rad Trad Review, The New Distributist League, and Voice in the Wilderness, his biography can be found here.


Michael Grant said...

...I have added your blog to the list of links to the website. After reviewing what you had on your sidebar, I concluded that you offer to trads multiple points of views which concern all traditionalists, sedevacantist and non-sedevacantist alike and so I figured it would be a good idea to put up your link on the site. Whenever I write something I can use some of the resources that you offer to everybody. Thank you for your hard work. God bless you,


Robert J. Moeller said...

I found and like your blog very much. I am not catholic but love Chesterton and am involved with The Acton Institute and friend of Father Robert Sirico.