Know-Nothings Appeal to Protestant Women of America, 1856

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On America’s great baptismal day, the Spirit of God moved like a wave over the whole nation; it was Protestant America, and the Bible was the cornerstone on which the mighty structure rested; and when we inquire what it is that is now shaking America, and attempting to unsettle her basis, and toss her like [Read More...]

Catholic History in Less Than Five Minutes: The “Dark Century” of the Papacy (900-1000 A.D.)

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Who’s Buried in Catholic Cemeteries: Henry King (1886-1982)

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Born in Christiansburg, Virginia, Henry King left school at fifteen to work. Beginning as a silent movie actor, he was directing films by 1915, and would do so for another 46 years. He directed some of the big hits of the late silent era, including Tol’able David (1921) and The White Sister (1923), starring Lillian [Read More...]


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