3 Keys to Raising Your Child’s Interest in Learning

Adopt Psychologist Carl Rogers’ three virtues for teachers to help raise your child’s Interest in learning and become a more effective homeschooling parent. ☩ Nick Marmalejo at Seton Magazine

How We Redefine the Good to Justify Our Sins

The human being has a free will to choose good or evil. . . ☩ Fr. George W. Rutler, Th.D., at Catholic Exchange

What Was St. Patrick’s Real Name? The Fascinating History Behind Ireland’s Patron Saint

St. Patrick’s birth name was actually Maewyn Succat. He wasn’t even really Irish–he was Roman-British! ☩ ChurchPOP

The Ambitious Life & Conflicted Legacy of Notre Dame’s Fr. Ted Hesburgh

In 2008, Fr. ­Hesburgh said, “I have no problem with females or married people as priests, but I ­realize that the majority of the leadership in the Church would.” ☩ Paul V. Mankowski at First Things

A Time for Silence

We need to find God, and he cannot be found in noise & restlessness. . . ☩ Barbara Padolina at Catholic Stand

The Ancient Tradition of Penance

☩ Catholic Answers Magazine

Empty Spaces of a Church

☩ Brother Maximilian Maria Jaskowak, O.P., at Catholic Exchange

8 Reasons to Sing the Proper Chants of the Mass

It’s true that our worship adds nothing to God; he does not need it. Even so, God commands us to worship him. . . ☩ Fr. Martin Fox at Bonfire of the Vanities

Revisiting Samuel Huntington’s “Clash of Civilizations”

A decade after his death, we are living in the world that Samuel Huntington foretold. . . ☩ Daniel McCarthy at The Imaginative Conservative

What's the Difference Between a Cathedral Rector & a Parish Priest?

Who is in charge of a Cathedral Parish? The Bishop or a Priest? ☩ Cathy Caridi, J.C.L., at Canon Law Made Easy

Why Is It Called The Roman Catholic Church?

The term “Roman” to describe the universal Catholic Church is a fairly recent phenomenon. . . ☩ Will Wright at Catholic Link

The French Classical Organ at Montreal

In no era of the organ’s vast history is an instrument so wedded to its music than that of the French Baroque. . . ☩ Nicholas Capozzoli at Vox Humana

The book no socialist dares to read

For many years Western writers, academics, and intellectuals have made their pilgrimage to paradise ☩ Paul T. Hogan at Mercatornet

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