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With The Joy of Christ’s First Breath

Editor’s note: this post was originally published by Boniface, the pseudonymous blogger at the website Unam Sanctam. We thought it was an Easter message worth sharing, particularly this year, and with his permission we present it to you here. A […]

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The Promethean Passion of Lin Zhao

“It is not the torture, but the cause which makes the martyr.” – St. Augustine In reading Lian Xi’s Blood Letters: The Untold Story of Lin Zhao, A Martyr In Mao’s China, the aforementioned words of the great doctor of […]

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Jordan Peterson on Faith: Is Christ “Too Terrifying a Reality to Fully Believe”?

Jordan Peterson is one of the most fascinating thinkers in the world today. He has captured the attention of untold millions with his attempt to find meaning and truth in a time when people seem hell-bent against the apprehension of […]

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Remembering Igor Stravinsky – 1882-1971

Fifty years ago today, on April 6, 1971, at the age of 88, the composer Igor Stravinsky died of a heart attack in New York. He was a musical genius of the twentieth century who did not limit himself — […]

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The Consolation of Maps: The Geography of the Latin Mass

It is said that the knowledge of Church history is a consolation. Most often this is meant in the sense that, for those who are troubled about the Church in the present age, all you have to do is look […]

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Easter Monday Miscellany

I hope you all had a lovely Easter and are continuing to do so this Easter Monday Morning. A few things have come to my attention over the weekend that I wanted to briefly share with you here, as they […]

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A Happy and Blessed Easter to You All!

And in the end of the sabbath, when it began to dawn towards the first day of the week, came Mary Magdalen and the other Mary, to see the sepulchre. And behold there was a great earthquake. For an angel […]

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Good Friday Catholicism

Want to listen to this post instead? Check out our audio recording of this essay. Musical accompaniment by Frank LaRocca, “Miserere,” taken from the album “In This Place“: The sky was overcast, steel-gray clouds admitting only a few rays of […]

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A Commenter on Vaccine Debate Highlights Church History in Dealing With Thorny Ethical Issues

Entirely unsurprisingly, yesterday’s article from Roberto De Mattei on the liceity of vaccines — even those derived from/tested on fetal cell lines — stirred up a lot of controversy. I should like to point out to those commenters who essentially […]

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