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Pondering the valley of dry bones

Pondering the valley of dry bones

Father George Rutler

There is nothing new in being told that we are dust and shall return to dust.

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Penance and Reparation: A Lenten Meditation

Penance and Reparation: A Lenten Meditation

Father John A. Hardon, S.J

In God's providence, He allows us to sin so we might repent and become saints.

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Forgiveness as the Restoration of Truth

Forgiveness as the Restoration of Truth

Pope Benedict XVI

A Jesus who agrees with everyone and everything, a Jesus without his holy anger, without the hardnes...

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Divine Revelation and the Standards of the Future

Divine Revelation and the Standards of the Future

Father James V. Schall, S.J.

In the end, when our disorders are judged, as they will be, what we will discover about them is that...

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Life Comes from the Archbishop

Life Comes from the Archbishop

Robert Royal

A student once told me during a class on Aristotle's Ethics that everyone he knew wanted t...

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Is High Culture a Luxury, or a Necessity?

Is High Culture a Luxury, or a Necessity?

Roger Scruton

From fine art to music, enjoying high culture has largely been seen as a reserve for leisure time – ...

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Viva Cristo Rey!

Viva Cristo Rey!

Anthony Esolen

Atheists often say that religion is the source of all the evil in the world, and behave as if they b...

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Saint Robert Southwell, the martyr who brought beauty to England

Saint Robert Southwell, the martyr who brought bea…

Meg Hunter-Kilmer

The poet priest knew that for Church to survive, she needed not only Sacraments but an intellectual ...

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Remembering Michael Novak

Remembering Michael Novak

Michael Pakaluk

"See you on the other side!"

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After the Exile: Poetry and the Death of Culture

After the Exile: Poetry and the Death of Culture

Anthony Esolen

We are a people now illiterate in a way that is unprecedented for the human race. We can decipher li...

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