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Seeking Tradition: We Cannot Give What We Do Not Have

As many have recently noted, there is a deficit not in the deposit of faith, but in our access to it. Take, for example, Whispers of Restoration’s recent article “Exiting ‘SquishyChurch,” Eric Sammons’s explanation on the “Old Evangelization,” and OnePeterFive’s mission of “Rebuilding Catholic Culture. Restoring Catholic Tradition.” When I returned to the faith, having abandoned…

An Aid in Experiencing the Striking Beauty of a Traditional Baptism

Image: Baptism illumination, circa 13th century. Although few things can match the natural beauty of a fall day in the upper Midwest, I still vividly recall my wife and myself making our way from the cool outside air into the hushed baptistry of our local cathedral, to witness the striking splendor of the Sacrament of…

Catholicism’s Narrative of the World, and How to Rebuild It

(Image courtesy of John Cosmas, Charlotte Latin Mass Community) In a 2015 interview with the noted atheist Sam Harris, Mark Riebling, another atheist and the author of Church of Spies: The Pope’s Secret War Against Hitler, makes a fascinating connection between the Nazis and ISIS: [T]here’s a reason that the first books the Nazis banned…

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