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May/June Issue - Tolkien Sample Content from Our Latest Issue May/June Table of Contents Sample Article “Deep Roots are Not...
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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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In Conversation with a Former Enemy

Joseph Pearce in conversation with a former IRA prisoner with whom he would have been a mortal enemy in the dark days...
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Beyond & Behind The Lord of the Rings

Join Joseph Pearce for a new five-week course which goes behind and beyond The Lord of the Rings.... https://jpearce.co/behind-beyond-the-lord-of-the-rings/
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Chesterton, Literature, Suffering and Happiness

The video of two talks given by Joseph Pearce at a conference in Kentucky last week are now available for watching online: https://jpearce.co/chesterton-literature-suffering-and-happiness/
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Poland: Europe’s Heroic Heart

July/August Issue

Sample from featured article, “A Little Slice of Christianity” by Fr. Benedict Kiely:

If the institutions and technocrats of the European Union, that ever-expanding bureaucratic monster, take a dislike to some-thing or someone, it’s a sure sign that the disliked person or institution is probably doing something right. As one Hungarian member of the European Parliament declared a few years ago, the EU is the most secularist institution in Europe. It is little surprise, therefore, that the two countries which draw the continued ire and vitriol from all the forces who support the liberal ascendency in Europe are the avowedly and unashamedly Christian nations of Poland and Hungary. Continue Reading…

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2107, 2021

Join Joseph Pearce on the Path to Rome

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Parents of students of high school age might want to enroll them in an online course that Joseph Pearce is teaching this September and October on Hilaire Belloc's classic work, The Path to Rome. Please spread the word. The [...]

1507, 2021

Teaching Shakespeare

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Joseph Pearce recently gave an interview for the blog of a Catholic homeschooling mother who wanted advice on how to teach Shakespeare…. https://jpearce.co/teaching-shakespeare/

1507, 2021

The Other Queen of England

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The reason for Walsingham’s importance is its association with the Marian apparitions to a pious English noblewoman in 1061. By the middle of the fourteenth century, people considered England to be “Our Lady’s dowry” and [...]

1507, 2021

The Jolly Journalist

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Though known to posterity as a wit, a controversialist, and a Christian apologist, G.K. Chesterton considered himself primarily to be merely a “jolly journalist” and it was through the writing of essays for newspapers and [...]

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