Culture

New Podcast:
Liberty of Lockdown

by Phil Lawler

Phil Lawler talks with Jeffrey Tucker, the founder and president of the Brownstone Institute, about his new book, Liberty of Lockdown….

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Why the World Needs More Ghost Stories: The Dialogues of Gregory the Great

The influence of Pope Saint Gregory the Great on the liturgy, organization, and dogma of the Church cannot be overstated….

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Navigating the Crises Facing the Catholic Church and Society

by Phil Lawler

Father Gerald Murray, a priest of the New York archdiocese and regular member of the “Papal Posse” featured on ETWN,…

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Theologies of Despair and Indifference:
Theological Themes in the Paintings of Hieronymus Bosch and Pieter Bruegel the Elder

Theologies of Despair PowerPoint The paintings of the Flemish masters Hieronymus Bosch (c.1450-1516) and Pieter Bruegel the Elder (c.1526-1569) bridge…

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Under Siege

by Phil Lawler

After years on the front lines as a Catholic activist, in Washington DC and at the United Nations, Austin Ruse…

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The Gospel of John: A New Translation

by Phil Lawler

Michael Pakaluk of Catholic University explores how the Virgin Mary influenced the Gospel of St. John— and provides a new…

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The Church in Crisis
with Ralph Martin

by Phil Lawler

Phil Lawler’s Book-of-the-Month club Ralph Martin— theologian, longtime leader of the charismatic renewal, and president of Renewal Ministries— explores the…

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New Episode of Crisis Point with Phil Lawler

by Phil Lawler

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Our culture is attempting suicide

by Phil Lawler

When I read the news headline it suddenly all seemed clear. The story reported that new positive Covid tests were…

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Coincidentally: A Cavalcade of Georges

by Fr. George William Rutler

Few literary conventions are more useful than quotation of Aristotle when in a pinch. He gives a sheen to what…

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Coincidentally: For Whom the Bell Tolls

by Fr. George William Rutler

As part of its game plan or the Third Millennium, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has sanctioned cremation….

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Coincidentally: Noble Thoughts

by Fr. George William Rutler

Although Persian and English share no etymological roots, the word “bad” means the same in both. This should alert us…

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Coincidentally: Keeping Time

by Fr. George William Rutler

The Aztecs could tell time on a mega-scale, being keen on sundials and calendars. If there was not some contact…

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Coincidentally: The Happy Farmer

by Fr. George William Rutler

I shall always be grateful to the neighbor of my parents who some years ago gave me a copy of…

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Coincidentally: Great Minds Thinking Alike

Many have read the explanatory note of 29 June 1998 about Pope John Paul II’s motu proprio Ad Tuendam Fidem issued by the…

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Coincidentally: Before Incunabula

by Fr. George William Rutler

Some essays write themselves and this is one of them. In 1996 the philanthropist George W. Mallinckrodt gave a substantial…

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Coincidentally: Hearing Secret Harmonies

by Fr. George William Rutler

The Civil War was raging, and a Confederate sentry heard the sound of a voice coming from marshland behind enemy…

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Coincidentally: All Gas and Gaiters

by Fr. George William Rutler

Irony was strained  the United Nations’ “Earth Summit” in 1997 when President Clinton and President Chirac and Prime Minister Blair…

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