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Farewell to Dr. Anthony Esolen

by Dr. William Fahey

A Bittersweet Spring: The College bids Farewell to Dr. Anthony Esolen St. Restituta May 17th, 2019 On March 19th, the Feast…

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Good points and bad in new Vatican sex-abuse guidelines

by Phil Lawler

The new canonical norms for the handling of sex-abuse complaints, issued by Pope Francis last week, resolve some of the problems…

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Lessons from the Carnage | Video and Audio

Lectures on what we might learn from the carnage of the 20th Century. These lectures took place on Monday, November…

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Word of the Day: MARK

by Dr. Anthony Esolen

Word of the Day: MARK Today is the feast day of Saint Mark, the evangelist whose sentences, in rough to-the-point…

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Word of the Day: DISCIPLE

by Dr. Anthony Esolen

Word of the Day: DISCIPLE More on the terrain of translation — the corrugated landscape of what we can say,…

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The central problem of the century– and of our lives

by Dr. Anthony Esolen

This weekend I saw Witness, the powerful work by Whittaker Chambers, sitting on the shelf, and decided that it was…

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Word of the Day: ALLELUIA

by Dr. Anthony Esolen

Word of the Day: ALLELUIA The perils of Biblical transliteration…. The man whose earth-moving machines across the street are waking…

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Word of the Day: SOLITARY

by Dr. Anthony Esolen

Word of the Day: SOLITARY We finished in class today the greatest poem ever written in English: Some natural tears…

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What liturgists might learn from the Masters golf tournament

by Dr. Anthony Esolen

Although I am neither a golfer nor a golf fan, I enjoy watching the Masters on television each year, for…

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Word of the Day: EASTER

by Dr. Anthony Esolen

Word of the Day: EASTER The ironies of faithlessness — that it should lead to such heights of credulity, a…

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