Monthly Archive: June 2014

To Think Poetically and Imaginatively

Commemoration of St. Paul Writing for Classical Teacher, David Wright shows how some things are best communicated by poetry–not by measuring and calculating as scientists do.  Carefully, Wright takes us by the hand and walks...

We Put It Out There. . .And We Hope

Sts. John and Paul Catholic historian Christopher Dawson provided the scholarly shoulders on which some of the greatest Christian thinkers and writers of the 20th century stood, according to this Imaginative Conservative essay by...

When Agriculture is Faring Well

St. William of Vercelli An interesting quote by Xenophon on the subject of agriculture sparked John Cuddeback to write this short essay, “The Mother of All Arts” for Bacon from Acorns.   The architecture of...

Behold This Heart

St. John the Baptist June is drawing to a close, and you may realize with a pang that you didn’t do all you intended to in order to honor the Sacred Heart of Jesus. ...

Beyond the Space Time Continuum

At the recommendation of True Restoration’s Matt Beck, we are pleased to share a review of The Quantum Enigma:  Finding the Hidden Key by Wolfgang Smith.  The review was written by William A. Wallace,...

With a View to the Common Good

St. Silverius Writing for The Imaginative Conservative, Joseph Pearce clarifies the meaning of distributism by putting it in the context of the Catholic principle of subsidiarity.   He gives many helpful examples that should resonate...