Desolate City- A little context from the Remnant
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Revisiting the Desolate City: Some Thoughts on the Current State of the Revolution FeaturedWritten by Hilary White
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Anne goes in depth into the history of the Modernist movement, its beginning in the 19th century, suppression and retreat “underground,” mainly into seminaries and universities, until the mid-twentieth century when, as we all know, it burst forth once again.
She mostly finishes at the point of the solidifying of the revolution’s control. She examines the pattern for the period immediately following the revolution, including the boiling point, and its immediate aftermath. The oddity of two non-revolutionaries as popes reigning in a Church that no longer has the slightest interest in following their rule – and either being unwilling or unable to curtail the revolutionaries’ excesses – is little addressed in the book that only records up to 1990.
However, we may soberly note her next few points. See if any of this sounds familiar: