Issue: January 2017
The time may be right for us to return to basics and hold fast to the Christian perspective over the government, society, and the nation’s philosophy of life.
What can we learn about Americanism from Ernst Jünger’s novel, On the Marble Cliffs?
Insights on educating children and young adults on building a healthy and Catholic society.
On how understanding the proper relationship of the spiritual and temporal orders can serve in the ongoing fight against liberalism.
Why does the Spirit of '76 and the American Revolution pose challenges for Catholics and what is the true spirit we ought to cultivate?
An essay-length review of two recent books covering the problem of political liberalism while pointing toward a solution.
This feast represents the confluence of several persons and events at the same time, namely, the Purification-day of Our Lady, her Presentation of the Divine Infant accompanied by St. Joseph, and their prophecy-laden encounter with Sts. Simeon and Anna.
Extracts of Leo XIII’s Testem Benevolentiæ (January 22, 1899).
An overview of the life and impressions of a great American Catholic defender of Tradition at the Second Vatican Council.
What is "Christian life" and the proper relationship between contemplation and action?
In the immediate American political past, we have been compelled to watch a horrible accident: two reckless trains colliding head-on running over the fair damsels Truth, Goodness, and Charity tied to the tracks of a manifestly political and philosophical destiny.
On the struggle to discern truth in a "post-truth" era.
God is truth itself, so why do children, who are created in His image and likeness, tend to lie?
- Pope Francis Creates 17 New Cardinals
- The King of Rwanda Dies
- Norcia's Basilica of St. Benedict Destroyed
- Saint Father Jacques Hamel?
- Fr. Gabriel Amorth, RIP
Questions and answers related to exorcism, the Name of Jesus, and Confession.
We ask for something very simple and very legitimate: recognition that the Church of all time, the Church of our childhood, has the right to continue.
When we pray for vocations, we are truly praying for the Social Kingship of Christ.