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Posts in category “Christianity”

Bunnies Fire Back

Corporate bruiser running Catholic college suggests using metaphorical Glock to cull first-year ‘bunnies’

Posted February 11th, 2016

A Surprising Fact About Medieval Cathedrals

I may owe Peterborough Cathedral an apology

Posted February 9th, 2016

Meritocracy & the Middle Class

There may be no realistic resistance to the current American elites, but at least we can stop lying to ourselves

Posted February 8th, 2016

Wall Street: GOP Bigots Don’t Need Our Money

Travails of Rep. Scott Garrett, isolated from business donors and GOP leadership for his LGBT views, are a canary in the coal mine for Christians

Posted February 8th, 2016

Rent-A-Cathedral Disgrace

This is what it means to live in post-Christian Britain

Posted February 6th, 2016

Episcopal Haiku Bleg

Explaining your religious tradition, 17 syllables at a time

Posted February 5th, 2016

Tudor Farm & Charles Taylor

The transcendent frame of late medieval life

Posted February 5th, 2016

A Work of Restoration

More hope for Catholic and other religious schools

Posted February 3rd, 2016

Male And Female He Did Not Create Them

The new secular catechism on sex and gender, marching through the institutions

Posted February 3rd, 2016

The Architecture of the Benedict Option

In Britain, rediscovering the enduring beauty and power of Christian buildings and places

Posted February 3rd, 2016

A New Kind of Catholic School?

Could the ‘classical’ model save failing parochial schools?

Posted February 3rd, 2016

How Dante Can Make Your Lent

A guidebook for a Lenten journey of discovery, repentance, healing and victory

Posted January 31st, 2016

Rome, Reformation, & Right Now

Donald Trump: American Luther? American Caesar?

Posted January 29th, 2016

The Return of Eugenics

A hundred years ago, the best American minds promoted them. They’re back — and we have far fewer resources with which to resist

Posted January 28th, 2016

What Is The West, Anyway?

Enlightenment internationalism or Christian nationalism? Poland decides

Posted January 27th, 2016

A Glimpse Of What We Have Lost

‘Tudor Monastery Farm’ recalls the sacramental tapestry of the pre-Reformation world

Posted January 27th, 2016

The Sky Is Red

And night is falling over fragmented America

Posted January 27th, 2016