Tagged: 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...

Humbly Submitting Yourself to Books

St. Francis de Sales Is the goal of higher education wisdom or efficiency?  Intercollegiate Review’s essay, “What Kindle Readers Should Take from Plato,” encourages  Kindle readers to flex their brain muscles, ignore the text search feature,...

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...

News Roundup: August 14th, 2013

George Neumayr takes an excellent look at the kind of history Howard Zinn provides, and the type of learning we owe students. Eric Miller on the Porch lets us know his true feelings about...

News Roundup: July 19, 2013

Today is an all-TIA day as we share with you some of the articles they’ve put out recently. Elaine Jordan on the Moors and Our Lady’s image. Prof. Correa de Oliveira on Our Lady...

News Roundup: July 16, 2013

H.E. Bishop Daniel Dolan gave an excellent sermon some weeks ago on how Catholics “count.”  Worth a listen, and like most of the Bishop’s sermons, not overlong! An economist uses a visit to the...