Letter to the Editor: March 2014
A Justification for Metastasized Disdain... A Powerful Excuse for the Morally Irresponsible... Channeling History... Enough with the "Nice Guy" Routine... The Courage to Criticize... Complete Submission & a Docile Mind... Real Love for Manifest SinnersREAD ARTICLE
The News You May Have Missed
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His Name is Francis... Circumcision Decision... Easily Swallowed Sacraments... Lascivious Lavender Lobby?... Cuddle Up to Unconditional Love... Their Satanic Monument Request... Tattoos of the Dead... Cracking the CodeREAD ARTICLE
New Oxford Notes: March 2014
The Prayers of Moloch's Modern Priestesses... The Self-Fulfilling ProphetREAD ARTICLE
Reading Francis through Manzoni
The main themes of "The Betrothed" include the mercy and forgiveness of God and the corruption caused by love of wealth and worldliness in society and the Church.READ ARTICLE
"Lust Hard by Hate"
Lust is not beautiful, and no rhetoric can make it seem so. In "Sonnet 116," Shakespeare reminds us of what love really is: "the marriage of true minds."READ ARTICLE
Heroes or Villains?
Lapomarda has a true historian's ability to synthesize a vast array of material and keenly assess it for the reader's edification.READ ARTICLE
Briefly: March 2013
The Price to Pay: A Muslim Risks All to Follow Christ... Killing Jesus: The Unknown Conspiracy Behind the World's Most Famous ExecutionREAD ARTICLE
"Catholicism's Intellectual Prizefighter!"
- Karl Keating