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A Catholic Summer Reading List

If you’re anything like me, the ideal beach read is an obscure nineteenth century hardcover whose binding, already disintegrating, will surely be finished off by the sand. Summer is the season in which your carefully selected “to read” list is entirely demolished by the serendipitous books that materialize at roadside library sales or flea markets. […]

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My Year with Dostoevsky

Taking on a large task can be daunting at the outset. However, I was eager to start my project of reading as many of Fyodor Dostoevsky’s works as I could over the course of one year. His work is viewed as difficult by some because of the sheer length of some of the novels, references […]

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How to Keep Your Children Catholic

In this episode of The Catholic Gentleman, Sam and John discuss a great concern that parents and grandparents have when reflecting on the future of their children. Will they continue to be Catholic? We detail ways that we as men and fathers can truly guide and help our children maintain and embrace the Catholic faith after they leave the home.

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Why Should Every Man Build A Library?

In this episode of The Catholic Gentleman, Sam and John discuss a great Catholic tradition of building and maintaining libraries. This tradition stems back to the early Church, and we have an obligation to maintain it today. Find out why every gentleman should cultivate a personal library of his own.

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