Read the script here.
Here's a quick excerpt (my emphases):
On my desk I keep a quote from a brilliant man by the name of Alasdair MacIntyre from his most widely read book, After Virtue.
Here is part of that quote: “[As the Roman Empire declined into the Dark Ages] A crucial turning point in that earlier history occurred when men and women of good will turned aside from the task of shoring up the Roman Imperium and ceased to identify the continuation of civility and moral community with the maintaining of that Imperium.”
Yep. Catholics - the smart and holy ones - figured out that the empire was on its last legs and stopped investing their energies in the prolonging of the state and realized that they were the salt of the earth an the light of the world as promised by Our Blessed Lord. So they banded together, formed small communities, religious communities, monasteries - anything they could think of to connect with each other hunker down for the coming storm: the dark ages.
We're about there, I think.
The Vortex for Tuesday, December 4:
Read the script here. If you've been following the issue of the CCHD and all the problems with the giving of Catholic money to in-your-face anti-Catholic "charities", you'll find this very enlightening.
Here are the other links Michael Voris discusses in the video:
The Motu Proprio
CCHD Special Report