Journal

Why The Worst Christmas Story is Worth Reading

by Sean Fitzpatrick

There are few Christmas stories that begin with a scene so ragged and rich as a threadbare, moth-gnawed Santa Claus who,…

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Christmas

by Sean Fitzpatrick

One Christmas was so much like the other, in those years around the sea-town corner now, out of all sound…

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Gravediggers, Goblins, and How Dickens Discovered Christmas

by Sean Fitzpatrick

Christmas has become a humbug. Mr. Ebenezer Scrooge was a sour soothsayer for our times. By and large, Christmas is a humbug these…

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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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What Are You Reading This Summer? Excellent Drivel

by Sean Fitzpatrick

Reading in the dog days should never be dogged reading. Just as summer is for recreation, so also is it for…

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These Parables: The Two Sons

by Fr. George William Rutler

As the atmosphere grew tense in Jerusalem, our Lord spoke the parable of the two sons (Matthew 21:28-32). When the…

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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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These Parables: The Yeast

by Fr. George William Rutler

In the heart of noisy Manhattan, when silence falls outside the window, I suspect something has gone wrong. St. Gregory…

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