Tag: Saints


The Real St. Patrick

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Here’s a snippet from an email I got from Catholic Culture yesterday: Perhaps we can do better on Wednesday than mustering another secular drinking bout in honor of Saint Patrick. The restoration of Catholic culture demands that we celebrate feast days with keen attention to the virtues of the saint in […]

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Guess the Author

Try to guess who made these statements: Those who are in charge of the sacred mysteries, and especially those who are careless about their task, should realize that the chalices, corporals, and altar linens where the Body and Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ are offered in sacrifice should be completely suitable. And besides, many […]

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True Catholicism, or why I love Fr. John Gother

1. Catholicism, MisrepresentedOne of the frequent problems facing Catholics defending the Faith is that those attacking it really aren’t. They’re attacking some strange distortion of the Catholic Faith which, if true, would deserve to be attacked. Occasionally, this distorting is done willfully to advance one’s own theological agenda (as with the influential Centuriators of Magdeburg, […]

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Viva Cristo Rey!

I asked my friend Carlos, the same guy who gave me his laptop, to write on the Cristero War and the inspiring story of Archbishop Juan MarĂ­a Navarrete y Guerrero. Carlos is from Hermosillo, Sonora, where Abp. Guerrero served as Archbishop, and he’s got an almost encyclopedic memory of this subject. Anyways, without further ado, […]

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