What Restoration?

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The Second Vatican Council has called for reform of the Church in her earthly members, East and West, not in her divine constitution which must continue to be lived, bequeathed, inherited and witnessed anew in every generation. The vast majority of Christians, predominately in the West, have conflated the call for reform with "accommodation," a kind of imitative conformity to the world: which confusion has contributed mightily to the current crisis of faith.

Loyal Romans, on the other hand, who remember the admonition of The Apostle to The Romans, hold fast: "But be not conformed to this world; but be reformed in the newness of your mind, that you may prove what is the good, and the acceptable, and the perfect will of God." — Rom. xii:2

The humble NCCL apostolate therefore acts to treat at their root the causes of the current crisis of faith in the Church on earth. What is at the root of the crisis? In a word, it is the unraveling of the Catholic fabric woven by doctrine, liturgy, and piety (or morality). Separate these three and 'welcome to 2024.'

For this reason, NCCL is devoted to restoring the integrity of the Catholic life. Thus, we strive, in whatever small ways God permits us, for —