If it’s bad for the family, it’s bad

This truism, that almost sums up everything you need to know about Catholic Social Teaching, is grasped by The Quartermaster of the Barque, and gives me an excuse posting this essay by Chesterton (and I need little excuse for posting Chesterton): THE DRIFT FROM DOMESTICITY IN the matter of reforming things, as distinct from deforming [Read More...]

The Inimitable Fr. Bryce Sibley is blogging again

You may remember his blog, A Saintly Salmagundi.  Now he’s got a brand new groove. [Read more...]

Kevin O’Brien was Almost Murdered…

…and it taught him something about love. [Read more...]

Tom McDonald is right

The Imaginative Conservative (along with the American Conservative) has become one of the few organs of conservative opinion left that I respect. Tom writes: Ralph Nader Understands Conservatism Better Than Most “Conservatives” Probably because he wants to conserve something. [Read more...]

Heather King is Such a Refreshing Voice

Here she is on avoiding the Catholic left and right.  Huzzah! [Read more...]

Michelle Arnold Tries Her Hand…

…at speculative fiction. Check it out! [Read more...]

Oh goody! Mike Flynn has begun a new series of cool teaching!

Last year, it was his epic account of the Great Ptolemaic Smackdown, replete with juicy and fascinating sciencey stuff, history stuff, and theology stuff.  I keep hoping he will publish it as a book somewhere. And this year? Prompted by one too many Stupid Atheist Tricks from internet atheists who prefer worshipping the intellect to [Read More...]

Fighting a Just Culture War

Amen, amen, and amen. [Read more...]

Mike Flynn Goes in Psearch of the Psyche

…and returns with his customary haul of informative fun. [Read more...]

Kevin O’Brien…

…on how simple friendships show us heaven and hell. [Read more...]


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