Tagged: Saints

Materialism and 7th Discourse

Theodore Rebard writes for Crisis Magazine, The Origins of Modern Materialism , a revealing piece that traces today’s materialistic mentality back in time to the early fifteenth century, along with its relation to thinking...

Existence. Obedience. Sanctuary.

Today, we have The Thinking Housewife expounding upon what it means to “become as little children” in the post The Secret of Existence. Not only are simplicity and littleness required, but also, and perhaps...

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...

Identity

Personal identity is not a matter of preference or selection. In his article Personal Identity is Not Chosen at Crisis Magazine, James Kalb gives a thorough explanation of what personal identity is, the ways...

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...

Islam: The Anti-Catholicism

Islam and the Decalogue on The Catholic Thing offers a blunt, factual examination of the philosophies of Islam. The author, Howard Kainz, offers a brief comparison of the teachings of Islam and those of...