Tagged: G. K. Chesteron

Remaining Little

We celebrated the feast of The Little Flower at the beginning of the month and in honour of one of the greatest saints of modern times, here is a post from The Thinking Housewife....

A Phoenix

The resurgence of locally-sourced food and local farmers’ markets betrays a world that aches to reconnect with the land and a more wholesome way of life. Sadly, our oppressively disordered modern culture fails to...

Singed Marks

The Museum of the Poor Souls in Purgatory by Margaret C. Galitzin from Tradition in Action tells of a not-so-famous attraction in a Rome.  The reality of the invisible world is something of which...

Eternity

“When man is doing the three or four things that he was sent on this earth to do, then he speaks like one who shall live for ever. …There are in life certain immortal...

The Holy Cross

Tomorrow, May 4th, is the remembrance of the discovery of the Holy Cross by St. Helena, mother of Constantine the Great. This pious woman discovered the Cross of Our Lord buried near Jerusalem in...

Literature and Secret Pride

This week we begin with a bit of classic poetry: The Art of Manliness presents Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in the post Manvotional: The Ladder of St. Augustine. “Standing on what too long we bore...

Where All Men Are at Home

On Thursday the 22nd will be celebrated the feast of the United States’ one and only canonized saint.  St. Frances Xavier Cabrini from Catholic Harbor of Faith and Morals gives a biographical sketch of...