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Extra, extra! News and views for October 5, 2022

Implementing Laudato Si – Bethany Land Institute integrates environment and economics in Uganda. Restoring God’s Creation (Notre Dame University) The Rise of the Biomedical Security State – Every few years a book comes along…that hits…

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Extra, extra! News and views for August 10, 2022

‘Personal Beliefs’ vs. Objective Science – President Biden asserted his personal belief as a Catholic that human life begins at conception and that abortion, therefore, is morally wrong. He has always been quick to add, […]

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Take and Read, Lest You Forget

College commencement season is upon us. Graduates now face the prospect that they may never again be required to read…

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Once Upon a Time, in America

Anthony Esolen: Sin makes the sinner a cripple. The principles of sin do more: they cripple a whole people. They cramp the spirit.

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History Is A Memory. Tradition Is Alive.

King James IV of Scotland (r.1488-1512), one of the last Catholic monarchs of Scotland, was considered a true Renaissance man devoted to learning and enlightened rule. In addition to his pursuits in science and the arts, he had a particular interest in language and its origins. He was a polyglot and the last King of […]

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Bonagura’s Catechism

Brad Miner: David Bonagura’s Staying with the Catholic Church is an ideal refresher or introduction to the most enduring Christian faith.

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The Lost Riches of Catholic Catechisms with Aaron Seng of Tradivox

The Lost Riches of Catholic Catechisms with Aaron Seng of TradivoxLinks Find out about the work of Tradivox and how you can support their ambitious mission at Tradivox.com The Catholic Catechism Index is being collected into lovely hardbacks by Tradivox and can be found through Sophia Institute Press. Also check out Mr. Seng’s article, “How Tradivox is Restoring the Lost Riches of Catechesis” here on Catholic Exchange. Find […]

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