Tagged: Prayer

Too Much Liberty and 5th Discourse

A spiritual giant whose severe mortifications are jaw-dropping, America’s first ever canonized saint, like the penitential spiked metal crown upon her head obstructed from view by a wreath of roses, she was a young...

Grandeur of God and 4th Discourse

Crisis Magazine’s The Singular Catholic Vision of Gerard Manley Hopkins by Regis Martin is the first article for today. You can’t just scan over lines of poetry if you want to understand, so get...

Latin and Final Perseverance

As traditional Catholics, the Latin language is an integral part of our daily lives. Because it is a “dead” language, Latin is a natural vehicle for the teachings and worship of the unchanging Faith...

Who Are the Fanatics?

Crisis Magazine’s Fanatical Ideas and Reasonable Convictions by Dr. Mitchell Kalpakgian will leave you with the conviction that we live in a world rife with fanatics. “In this narrow pursuit of one ruling idea,...

Spiritual Courage

Regis Martin’s A Model of Spiritual Courage for Our Time from Crisis Magazine briefly tells the story of Ven. Philip Howard, yet another victim to be laid at the name of Elizabeth I, yet...

Courting and Military Victories

Finer Femininity presents Pitfalls in Company-Keeping with guidelines on courtship from Father Lovasik. This article offers a thorough reminder for those who are courting or have loved ones in this stage of life. Father...