THURSDAY EDITION

(Photo Credit: John Stephen Dwyer, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons)

(Photo Credit: John Stephen Dwyer, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons)

The Mass Should Be Our Refuge From These Loud, Proud, and Flashy Times

by Monsignor Charles Pope

of the National Catholic Register

Why Doctrine and Pastoral Practice are Indivisible – James Kalb, Crisis Magazine
Music Has Long Spoken To Me – Dan Byron, Catholic Stand
Materialism, Positivism and the Politics of Modern Science – Robert Lowry Clinton, Crisis
The Church on War and Peace – Aaron Linderman Ph.D., Truth and Charity Forum
In a Vehemently Anti-Catholic Mexico, Blessed Miguel Pro Witnessed – David Werning
Labor and the Human Person – Fr. C. J. McCloskey, Truth and Charity Forum
What John Cage can Teach Us About the Mass – Matthew Schellhorn, Catholic Herald
The Modern American Christian Martyr – Joe Kral, Truth and Charity Forum
Some Advice to Fellow Lovers of Liberal Learning – Eva Brann Ph.D.
Genetically Engineered Language: Propaganda Colors Public Perception – Rebecca Taylor, Reg
King Ethelbert: Christian Monarch Whose Influence Barely Acknowledged Today – Ma. O’Regan
For the BYZANTINE MONDAY EDITION (February 29, 2016) click here.
For the SUNDAY EDITION (March 6, 2016) click here.
For the GOD & CAESAR SUNDAY EDITION (March 6, 2016) click here.

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