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The theme of the July/August issue is “Chaucer & His Age”. Highlights include:
- Joseph Pearce suggests some intriguing parallels between Chaucer’s age and ours.
- David Lyle Jeffrey teaches “Lessons from the Locker Room on Courtly Love”.
- Charles J. Kelly, Jr. examines “The Seven Deadly Sins in the Age of Chaucer”.
- Daniel Kearney elucidates “The Nature of Love and Marriage in Chaucer’s Franklin’s Tale”.
- Jill Kriegel offers some Platonic and Boethian Perspectives of Chaucer’s Parliament of Fowls.
- Lynn D. Zimmerman unwraps the truth in the Second Shepherd’s Play.
- Susanna Malavasic admires “The Illustrious Geoffrey Chaucer” and the art that he inspired.
- Susan Treacy makes “The French Connection: Chaucer & Machaut”.
- John Beaumont tells “The Story of Two Remarkable Priest Converts”, lost at sea following the sinking of the Titanic and the Lusitania.
- Fr. Dwight Longenecker remembers “C. S. Lewis and a Young American”.
- Kevin O’Brien endures “A Chance Encounter” with a young atheist.
- James Bemis admires the movie, Chariots of Fire.
- Thomas Howard defends “Dancing Virgins”.
- Fr. Benedict Kiely preaches magnanimity and the need to become “great souls”.
- Robert Merchant reviews More Christianity by Fr. Dwight Longenecker.
- Anne Carson Daly reviews James V. Schall’s The Modern Age.
- Matthew Levering reviews St. Paul by Pope Benedict XVI.
- Robert Asch translates “The Doppelganger” by Heinrich Heine.
- Pavel Chichikov waxes poetical on the sinking and significance of the Titanic.
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