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LATEST BLOG POSTS

Nature and the Natural Order

"The chief aim of order is to give room for good things to run wild." G.K. Chesterton It is common today to hear atheists, agnostics, scientists, experts, religious, including Christians, speak of nature, not as creation, but as a creator, owed much fear and awe....

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The Communionist Manifesto

"To be courageous is to love the good more than you fear evil and suffering" Fr. Donald Calloway The root word for cour-age is heart (coeur in French). The symbol for love is often depicted as a heart, which tells us that to love means to take courage. "Love hurts" so...

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The Science of Scientism

"So long as we combine ceaseless and often reckless scientific speculation with rapid and often random social reform, the result must inevitably be not anarchy but ever-increasing tyranny." G.K. Chesterton (New Witness, May 12, 1922) Brothers, One of the great...

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Just Following Orders

"And should I not pity Nineveh, that great city, in which there are more than a hundred and twenty thousand persons who do not know their right hand from their left, to say nothing of all the animals?" Jonah 4:11 God ordered one man, one reluctant man to convert an...

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For Whom His Love Toils

"Where there is love, there is God." Mother Teresa The word love is so commonly used, its use is becoming uncommon. Some love food, others sex, and others love only what others have. In Catholic tradition, those "loves" are referred to as gluttony, lust and envy...

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Church and State

Dear brothers, "No one can serve two masters; for a slave will either hate the one and love the other, or be devoted to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon (wealth)." Matthew 6:24 In Luke's account (Lk 16:13-15), it goes on to say that the...

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