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The Darwinists & the Albigenses

Only a minority of believers who have entered into communion with the Albigenses and the Darwinists have ever managed to escape their labyrinths.

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America’s Deposit of Faith

Hawthorne, Thoreau, Melville, and Dickinson together comprise a reliable foundation for realist biases that are fully in line with the Platonic-Augustinian tradition.

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The Innkeeper’s Wife

My plan had been to stay with my brother and to have his wife help with the delivery. Where was the Lord of Hosts when…

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Australian bishop Saunders charged with rape, more

Victims from 2008-2014 were young Aboriginal males

Vatican apes Anglican model of geographical morality

De Souza: What's blessed in Europe is sinful in Africa

Latin Church in India gets 12 new bishops in 2 months

Battling persecution, laity push for vacancies be filled

Spain: Large Families Assoc. launches ad campaign

With message 'Save the planet, have more children'

Bernini’s baldachin masterpiece hidden from public

Restorers' scaffolding in place until Holy Year 2025

Mosque renovated per Beijing's order; minarets gone

As with churches, children banned from participation

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Australian bishop Saunders charged with rape, more

Victims from 2008-2014 were young Aboriginal males

Vatican apes Anglican model of geographical morality

De Souza: What's blessed in Europe is sinful in Africa

Latin Church in India gets 12 new bishops in 2 months

Battling persecution, laity push for vacancies be filled

Spain: Large Families Assoc. launches ad campaign

With message 'Save the planet, have more children'

Bernini’s baldachin masterpiece hidden from public

Restorers' scaffolding in place until Holy Year 2025

Mosque renovated per Beijing's order; minarets gone

As with churches, children banned from participation

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Presumption: A Pathetic Self-Deception... Automatic Forgiveness... Vengeance Is NOT Mine, Says "the Lord"... and more

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Vital Works Reconsidered

When No Man Was His Own... A Thomistic Vision of Man’s Final End... Purgatory on Earth... What Is Free Time For?... and more

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Divorce, from the Eyes of Children

By John M. Grondelski
February 23rd 2024 1:06 PM

Ex ore infantium comes from Psalm 8:3, “from the mouths of babes and infants.” I was reminded of that phrase recently while watching a perhaps…

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The Immorality of Plagiarism

By John M. Grondelski
February 21st 2024 1:00 PM

Harvard’s president, Claudine Gay, became its ex-president through the confluence of two factors, neither one of which seemed sufficient to remove her from office but,…

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Lenten Thoughts

By David Daintree
February 20th 2024 12:39 PM

Modern western Christians often like to persuade themselves that there is no real and personal Devil, but wishful thinking of that kind wouldn't wash with…

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Front & Center

The Darwinists & the Albigenses

Only a minority of believers who have entered into communion with the Albigenses and the Darwinists have ever managed to escape their labyrinths.

READ ARTICLE
America’s Deposit of Faith

Hawthorne, Thoreau, Melville, and Dickinson together comprise a reliable foundation for realist biases that are fully in line with the Platonic-Augustinian tradition.

READ ARTICLE
The Innkeeper’s Wife

My plan had been to stay with my brother and to have his wife help with the delivery. Where was the Lord of Hosts when…

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In The News

MORNING MUST-READS
Australian bishop Saunders charged with rape, more

Victims from 2008-2014 were young Aboriginal males

Vatican apes Anglican model of geographical morality

De Souza: What's blessed in Europe is sinful in Africa

Latin Church in India gets 12 new bishops in 2 months

Battling persecution, laity push for vacancies be filled

Spain: Large Families Assoc. launches ad campaign

With message 'Save the planet, have more children'

Bernini’s baldachin masterpiece hidden from public

Restorers' scaffolding in place until Holy Year 2025

Mosque renovated per Beijing's order; minarets gone

As with churches, children banned from participation

VIEW ARCHIVE
Australian bishop Saunders charged with rape, more

Victims from 2008-2014 were young Aboriginal males

Vatican apes Anglican model of geographical morality

De Souza: What's blessed in Europe is sinful in Africa

Latin Church in India gets 12 new bishops in 2 months

Battling persecution, laity push for vacancies be filled

Spain: Large Families Assoc. launches ad campaign

With message 'Save the planet, have more children'

Bernini’s baldachin masterpiece hidden from public

Restorers' scaffolding in place until Holy Year 2025

Mosque renovated per Beijing's order; minarets gone

As with churches, children banned from participation

VIEW ARCHIVE

The Narthex

The New Oxford Blog

Divorce, from the Eyes of Children

February 23rd 2024 1:06 PM

Ex ore infantium comes from Psalm 8:3, “from the mouths of babes and infants.” I was reminded of that phrase…

READ MORE ON THIS BLOG POST

The Immorality of Plagiarism

February 21st 2024 1:00 PM

Harvard’s president, Claudine Gay, became its ex-president through the confluence of two factors, neither one of which seemed sufficient to…

READ MORE ON THIS BLOG POST

Lenten Thoughts

February 20th 2024 12:39 PM

Modern western Christians often like to persuade themselves that there is no real and personal Devil, but wishful thinking of…

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From the NOR Dossiers
Same-Sex Marriage

The Catholic Church After Obergefell... Faulty Analogy... “Gay Marriage” Is Not Marriage. Here’s Why... Love on Trial... and more

VIEW DOSSIER
Universal Salvation

Presumption: A Pathetic Self-Deception... Automatic Forgiveness... Vengeance Is NOT Mine, Says "the Lord"... and more

VIEW DOSSIER
Vital Works Reconsidered

When No Man Was His Own... A Thomistic Vision of Man’s Final End... Purgatory on Earth... What Is Free Time For?... 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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