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What makes a good Christian poem good?

What makes a good Christian poem good?

Carl E. Olson

"I would say," says Edward Short, who chose the poems in the new collection The Saint Mary's Bo...

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Serenity in This Life

Serenity in This Life

St. Alphonsus Liguori

Acting according to this pattern, one not only becomes holy but also enjoys perpetual serenity in th...

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Of Feasts and Families

Of Feasts and Families

Michael Pakaluk

I don't know a command of Jesus that seems to have been so universally disobeyed as the one we heard...

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Abortion and the Reformation of Male Strength

Abortion and the Reformation of Male Strength

Marc Barnes

The possibility of abortion has allowed for a great "reaching in" of almost every form of prototypic...

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Communion Heals Shame

Communion Heals Shame

Fr. Derek Sakowski

Shame secretly torments every one of us as fallen human beings.

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On Wearing Socks and the Death of the Queen

On Wearing Socks and the Death of the Queen

Robert B. Greving

"But, sir: Why do we have to wear socks?"

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Parenting and the Principle of Least Astonishment

Parenting and the Principle of Least Astonishment

Tim Clark

"[A] program should always respond to the user in the way that astonishes him least." - Geoffre...

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The 'end' of education

The 'end' of education

Bishop James Conley

The title of this talk is: Logos: In the beginning was the Word—The nature and power of languag...

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The Power of the Powerless

The Power of the Powerless

Francis X. Maier

To live instead in the truth, despite the cost.

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Imagine ... What We Already Are

Imagine ... What We Already Are

Anthony Esolen

Imagine a boy growing up wild in the woods, without any human contact, taught by the wolves—such thi...

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"Do not worry over things that generate preoccupation, derangement and anxiety. One thing only is necessary: to lift up your spirit and love God." - Padre Pio