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Lenten Illuminations: The Light of the Cross

Lenten Illuminations: The Light of the Cross

March/April Issue - Lenten Illuminations: The Light of the Cross Sample Content from Our Latest Issue March/April Table of Contents...
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Language and Liberty

In the beginning are the words, and the words will set you free.... https://theimaginativeconservative.org/2021/03/in-beginning-words-language-liberty-joseph-pearce.html
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Shakespeare in the Public Schools

Can't read. Won't read. The pride and prejudice and the arrogance and ignorance of those seeking to cancel Shakespeare.... https://jpearce.co/shakespeare-in-the-public-schools/
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Tolkien in a Nutshell

Yes, it is possible to summarize the Catholic dimension of The Lord of the Rings in under 600 words: https://jpearce.co/tolkien-in-a-nutshell-3/
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Saints, Sinners, & Suffering

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Saints, Sinners, & Suffering Sample Content from Our Latest Issue September/October Table of Contents Sample Article John Bradburne’s Journey “Is this the way you want me to pray?” – Sr. Carino Hodder “Bound by the hands and held at gunpoint, John Bradburne addressed this question to the guerrillas who had taken him from his hut in the leper settlement of Mutemwa in Mashonaland, northern Zimbabwe. It was the night of…

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2402, 2021

Airbrushing Out the Naughty Bits

February 24th, 2021|0 Comments

What should we feel about the censoring of great works of literature by neo-puritans? I tackle this thorny question in an essay just published by the Imaginative Conservative: https://jpearce.co/airbrushing-out-the-naughty-bits/

2302, 2021

Lenten Illuminations: The Light of the Cross 

February 23rd, 2021|0 Comments

The new Lenten-themed issue of the St. Austin Review is winging its way to our subscribers. Highlights:  Sr. Joseph Andrew Bogdanowicz finds in Edith Stein “authentic femininity at the foot of the cross”. Matthew Guinan discovers “themes [...]

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