Tagged: Catholicism

San Juan de la Cruz

The flames of Republican bonfires in Toledo were deprived of touching the precious documents that were saved by an Englishman to whom the Carmelite monks entrusted their care. Joseph Pearce’s piece, The Man Who...

Life Denied, Unmerited Gifts, and Silence

Offered first for your perusal is a short documentary about the effects of the legalization of so-called physician assisted suicide entitled Compassion and Choice DENIED. Written and directed by Jennifer Lahl and posted on...

Perspective

Mr Jason Craig at Those Catholic Men has an excellent piece on the indispensable role each generation plays for the next. Dear Men, Without You Boys CANNOT Be Virtuous – Here’s What to Do...

Eutrapelia

It’s the “twinkle in Pa’s eyes,” as Laura Ingalls would say; it’s the laughing at our own fool selves; it’s that spirit for which Saint Philip Neri is so well-known; it’s what Aristotle called...

The Titanic, Fatima, and Feminism

We start today with the truly heroic story of Father Thomas Byles in The untold story of the Titanic’s Catholic priest who went down hearing confessions on Nobility. Father Byles passed up two separate...

Society and Angels

Bishop Williamson of the Society of St. Pius X recently penned two blog posts condemning the sedevacantist position. True to form, Bishop Sanborn was not about to let these attacks on right reason go...

It is Called Repentance

Joseph Pearce’s Tolkien, Trees, and Tradition from The Imaginative Conservative is a great article with spot-on metaphors, such as the philosophy of the tree and that of the cloud, that push home his warnings...

Purely Human Respect

Avoiding The Danger of Human Respect by Alan Scott on Grow in Virtue is both relevant and inspiring. The evil of seeking human respect is difficult to overemphasize. “It’s better to walk in the...