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2019 September

Letters to the Editor: September 2019

Make America Decent Again... Frustrated by a Static Concept of Culture... A Profound Divide... A Disgusting Cheap Shot... A Timely Opportunity... Finding Depravity... John, the Noble Savage... The Rich We Will Always Have with Us... Aristocracy, Not Meritocracy... The Other 99%... When Thomists Abandon Thomas

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The News You May Have Missed: September 2019

Have Gun, Will Travel... Doggie Detox... The Bards of Berkeley... Stranger than Fiction... High-Bandwidth Brain Boost... The Tamale Thief... No Biz like Shoe Biz... Shame for Sale... and more

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Why I’ve Tuned Out National Public Radio

ON THE WORSHIP OF THE MOLOCH OF EQUALITY

John Lyon

NPR’s programming has drifted downward and to the Left: the expectable, inevitable, massive movement of most institutions in a democracy.

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Halving & Having the Truth

NEWMAN ON LIBERALISM & ITS LIBERALLY EDUCATED DISCONTENTS

Joshua Hren

Through the joys and perils of liberal learning we must ever recollect that only faith seeking understanding properly disposes the intellect toward conformity to Christ.

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Seeking Knowledge of God through the Experience of Beauty

HARMONIOUS RELATIONSHIP IS THE NUCLEUS OF LIFE

The Education of Edmund B. Miller

Education must do what the word itself promises: lead out, via a pattern, a road. In other words, simply and finally, education must be the experience of beauty.

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You Can Say That?

CURRENT CULTURAL TRENDS ARE HINDERING OUR STUDENTS

Pieter Vree

China could well be poised to inherit the earth that the U.S. once commanded — especially if our comparative student bodies are any indication.

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The Communist Era: Golden Age of Catholicism in Poland?

ISOLATION HELPED TO PRESERVE IDENTITY & FIDELITY

Michael Wisniewski

While the Church across Western Europe suffered reform gone wild, Poland was isolated enough to preserve her identity and fidelity.

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All Catholics Should Major in Double E

REVERT'S ROSTRUM

Casey Chalk

The Eucharist without the episcopacy is invalid. The episcopacy without the Eucharist is more or less useless. The two are mutually reinforcing.

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Islam’s Engine of Conquest

Terry Scambray

Two-thirds of Christendom’s original territory — including Jerusalem, Antioch, and Alexandria — were swallowed up by Islam and thoroughly Arabized.

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Briefly Reviewed: September 2019

Freedom from Reality: The Diabolical Character of Modern Liberty... Love for the Papacy and Filial Resistance to the Pope in the History of the Church

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Last Things

David Mills

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