Tagged: classical education

Classic

The Filial Correction concerning Propagated Heresies which came out of the Novus Ordo of late has revived an argument against sedevacantism which is popular amongst conservative Novus Ordites: namely, the case of Pope John...

Monkey Business and Great News

Many call upon St. Benedict and wear his medal as protection against the devil, and rightly so, but did you know that another monastic father claims a similar power?  On Friday 4th was celebrated...

Jane Austen for Men?!

Tracy Lee Simmons writes for Memoria Press, What Does Classical Education Mean Today? He says the noble arts of the mind and the heart are “not dead. They’re merely hibernating.” The Ancient Secret to a...

Who Is in It for the Beauty?

St. Agnes What happens when most of civilization forgets that our purpose is to know, love, and serve God?  Everything becomes focused on money, as explained in “Lost Dreams” on Resource Crisis. Pick a...

Latin and Logic: Good Thinking

St. John Cantius Maybe we should “all speak Latin all the time.”  This Washington Post article pitches “active Latin” as the answer to higher level reading and thinking skills. Inoculate your children against Modernism....

Where the Feeble Senses Fail

St. Isaac Jogues and Jean de Brebouf Those public acts of faith are so powerful.  The Dauphin models respect and reverence for the Blessed Sacrament in this short Nobility story, “The Dauphin Kneels for...

A Virtuous Cycle of Blessings

St. Ephraem What one person can do by not “paying it forward” when he is wronged–Randall Smith describes such a person as a circuit breaker in this essay for The Catholic Thing. In “What...

News Roundup: October 22, 2013

St. Wendelin of Trier Classical Catholic educator and homeschool guru Laura Berquist shares her educational philosophy in a brief post on the Circe blog.  In this 4 1/2 minute video, Mrs. Berquist gives some...