It would seem a new school of internet antiliberals has become conscious of itself. Gabriel Sanchez divides Catholic political thinkers into liberals, radicals, and integralists. The liberals think some sort of reconciliation between liberalism and Catholicism is viable and desirable–First Things under Father Neuhaus would be a classic case of this. Radicals and integralists reject liberalism as a philosophical error and heresy. The difference between these two camps is less sharp (see here). From my reading of Sanchez, integralists are those who base themselves on pre-conciliar theology and Magisterial teaching, while radicals work from the post-conciliar Communio school of theology and inherit its sense of distinction from pre-conciliar Thomism. Reminiscent of what I have said about the Orthosphere, Sanchez observes that integralists identify themselves with 19th-century counter-revolutionaries, rather than (as is the case for most conservative movements today) defining themselves in distinction to them. Integralists are also distinguished by the central place they give to the social kingship of Christ. They have their own group blog.
Needless to say, I’m happy to see integralism self-consciously resurrecting itself and look forward to learning from it for years to come.