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On Pilgrimage with Shakespeare in Protestant England

Shakes­peare bravely used suspect words like 'pilgrimage' and 'pilgrim,' or variants of these words, at least thirty-one times throughout his corpus.

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An Archduke’s Guidance

As a storyteller, the Archduke wins us over with little effort; as a mentor, he is the victim of a fatal infatuation with redundancy.

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The Gospel of Greed

What began as a removal of religious questions from the public square morphed into a draining of religion and practically all virtue from Americans’ purview.

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French firefighters save historic cathedral of Rouen

Fire broke out in spire currently undergoing restoration

Knights of Columbus to cover Rupnik art in D.C., Conn.

Say the mosaics may be permanently plastered over

Vatican reveals info on ‘Lady of All Nations’ ruling

In 1974 the alleged Dutch apparitions were ruled out

Calif. bishop Kevin Vann sued a laywoman for libel

The long and to date fruitless suit is costing millions

Bishop: Arrival of communism to Mexico is 'imminent'

Leftist, Sheinbaum victory was orchestrated by gov't

Scottish composer James MacMillan launches petition

To plead with Vatican not to ban the ancient TLM

VIEW ARCHIVE
French firefighters save historic cathedral of Rouen

Fire broke out in spire currently undergoing restoration

Knights of Columbus to cover Rupnik art in D.C., Conn.

Say the mosaics may be permanently plastered over

Vatican reveals info on ‘Lady of All Nations’ ruling

In 1974 the alleged Dutch apparitions were ruled out

Calif. bishop Kevin Vann sued a laywoman for libel

The long and to date fruitless suit is costing millions

Bishop: Arrival of communism to Mexico is 'imminent'

Leftist, Sheinbaum victory was orchestrated by gov't

Scottish composer James MacMillan launches petition

To plead with Vatican not to ban the ancient TLM

VIEW ARCHIVE

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Sacred Music

Rising from the Mire... In Praise of Honest Sentiment... Why the Music Is So Bad... Offering Our Musical Best at Mass... and more

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Literature Matters by Michael S. Rose

What “Old Books” Have to Teach Us About Being Human in the 21st Century... Dracula By Bram Stoker... “William Wilson” By Edgar Allan Poe... and more

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New Age, Paganism & Gnosticism

The Variety & Theological Implications of Private Revelations... Our Pantheistic Sisters... Yoga & Christianity... Neo-Pagans Are Giving Ancient Paganism a Bad Name... and more

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Deep Democracy

By James Hanink
July 11th 2024 9:20 PM

Speaking in Trieste at a recent event exploring Catholic Social Teaching, Pope Francis remarked, “It is evident that democracy is not in good health in…

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Ten Forbidden Words

By John M. Grondelski
July 11th 2024 11:54 AM

Most Supreme Court cases go by their official names. Some get nicknames. The nickname for Federal Communications Commission v. Pacifica Foundation is the “Seven Dirty…

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A Little Boy's Hero

By John M. Grondelski
July 10th 2024 12:00 PM

Roger Whittaker, the Kenyan-born British singer who died last year, was best known for his ballad “The Last Farewell.” But the words of another Whittaker…

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Pope St. John Paul II

Kindred Spirits, Fellow Victors... The Pope as Playwright... Neither East nor West: On the Pope's Radical New Encyclical... and more

Flannery O'Connor

Fragmented Lives of Incomplete Reckoning... Tyranny of the Perverse Will... From the Grotesque to Love... Flannery O’Connor: And Her Own Received Her Not... and more

Walker Percy

Walker Percy, the Episcopal Church & Kierkegaard’s “Apostle”... Human Alienation & Our Biotech Future... Attempting to Discredit Walker Percy... and more

Stand up and defend your faith.

Culture is shifting, but you can count on The New Oxford Review for an unwavering Catholic point of view. The message of the Church is easily muddled in today’s increasingly hostile, secular culture. We understand what’s coming at you, and we have articles and resources to help you defend your faith and grow in your understanding of Catholic teachings.

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Front & Center

On Pilgrimage with Shakespeare in Protestant England

Shakes­peare bravely used suspect words like 'pilgrimage' and 'pilgrim,' or variants of these words, at least thirty-one times throughout his corpus.

READ ARTICLE
An Archduke’s Guidance

As a storyteller, the Archduke wins us over with little effort; as a mentor, he is the victim of a fatal infatuation with redundancy.

READ ARTICLE
The Gospel of Greed

What began as a removal of religious questions from the public square morphed into a draining of religion and practically all virtue from Americans’ purview.

READ ARTICLE

In The News

MORNING MUST-READS
French firefighters save historic cathedral of Rouen

Fire broke out in spire currently undergoing restoration

Knights of Columbus to cover Rupnik art in D.C., Conn.

Say the mosaics may be permanently plastered over

Vatican reveals info on ‘Lady of All Nations’ ruling

In 1974 the alleged Dutch apparitions were ruled out

Calif. bishop Kevin Vann sued a laywoman for libel

The long and to date fruitless suit is costing millions

Bishop: Arrival of communism to Mexico is 'imminent'

Leftist, Sheinbaum victory was orchestrated by gov't

Scottish composer James MacMillan launches petition

To plead with Vatican not to ban the ancient TLM

VIEW ARCHIVE
French firefighters save historic cathedral of Rouen

Fire broke out in spire currently undergoing restoration

Knights of Columbus to cover Rupnik art in D.C., Conn.

Say the mosaics may be permanently plastered over

Vatican reveals info on ‘Lady of All Nations’ ruling

In 1974 the alleged Dutch apparitions were ruled out

Calif. bishop Kevin Vann sued a laywoman for libel

The long and to date fruitless suit is costing millions

Bishop: Arrival of communism to Mexico is 'imminent'

Leftist, Sheinbaum victory was orchestrated by gov't

Scottish composer James MacMillan launches petition

To plead with Vatican not to ban the ancient TLM

VIEW ARCHIVE

The Narthex

The New Oxford Blog

Deep Democracy

July 11th 2024 9:20 PM

Speaking in Trieste at a recent event exploring Catholic Social Teaching, Pope Francis remarked, “It is evident that democracy is…

READ MORE ON THIS BLOG POST

Ten Forbidden Words

July 11th 2024 11:54 AM

Most Supreme Court cases go by their official names. Some get nicknames. The nickname for Federal Communications Commission v. Pacifica…

READ MORE ON THIS BLOG POST

A Little Boy's Hero

July 10th 2024 12:00 PM

Roger Whittaker, the Kenyan-born British singer who died last year, was best known for his ballad “The Last Farewell.” But…

READ MORE ON THIS BLOG POST
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Topics

From the NOR Dossiers
Sacred Music

Rising from the Mire... In Praise of Honest Sentiment... Why the Music Is So Bad... Offering Our Musical Best at Mass... and more

VIEW DOSSIER
Literature Matters by Michael S. Rose

What “Old Books” Have to Teach Us About Being Human in the 21st Century... Dracula By Bram Stoker... “William Wilson” By Edgar Allan Poe... and more

VIEW DOSSIER
New Age, Paganism & Gnosticism

The Variety & Theological Implications of Private Revelations... Our Pantheistic Sisters... Yoga & Christianity... Neo-Pagans Are Giving Ancient Paganism a Bad Name... and more

VIEW DOSSIER

Stand up and defend your faith.

Culture is shifting, but you can count on The New Oxford Review for an unwavering Catholic point of view. The message of the Church is easily muddled in today’s increasingly hostile, secular culture. We understand what’s coming at you, and we have articles and resources to help you defend your faith and grow in your understanding of Catholic teachings.

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