Poland: Europe’s Heroic Heart 

The new issue of the St. Austin Review is now available. Highlights include: 

Jan J. Franczak sees Poland as “The Ever-Beating Heart of Europe and its Last Bastion”.

Filip Mazurczak considers “Quo Vadis: A Classic of Christendom”.

Michal Golebiowski offers “An Introduction of Jan Kasprowicz’s Religiosity”.

Dorothy Cummings McLean provides “An Argument for Cosmopolitanism in Antoni Libera’s Madame”.

Fr. Benedict Kiely admires Poland and Hungary as “A Little Slice of Christianity”.

Ken Clark on “Masterpieces of Polish Art”.

Fr. Dwight Longenecker compares “A Polish Hero and the Ride of the Rohirrim”.

Susan Treacy celebrates “Chopin and Heroic Poland”.

Arthur Aghajanian outlines “The Shape of Personality” in a celebrated painting by Matisse.

V. Turley laments the tragic life of Marilyn Monroe.

Manuel Alfonseca puzzles over “The Enigma of the Natural Order”.

Elizabeth Pham seeks “A Merrier World”.

William Fahey invites us to “Enter the Tradition”.

Kenneth Colston reviews volume one of Cardinal Pell’s Prison Journal.

Melvin S. Arrington, Jr. reviews In the Wine Press: Short Stories by Joshua Hren.

Matthew P. Akers reviews America on Trial: A Defense of the Founding by Robert. R. Reilly.

James Como reviews Reclaiming Our Roman Catholic Birthright by Peter Kwasniewski.

Marie Dudzik reviews Three Stories of Christendom by Honoré de Balzac.

Louis Markos reviews Wisdom from the Psalms by Peter Kreeft.

Thomas Banks reviews A People’s Tragedy: Studies in Reformation by Eamon Duffy.

Jesse Russell reviews Blessed Charles of Austria: A Holy Emperor and His Legacy by Charles A. Coulombe.

Plus new poetry by Elizabeth Vaughn Do, Philip C. Kolin, Denise Sobilo and Fr. Jan Twardowski.

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