Friday, July 27, 2018

Dreher Tells His Story of Leaving the Catholic Church

The Gift Of Kintsugi Christianity By ROD DREHER

Related:
Uncle Ted’s ‘Special Boy’
An interview with ‘James,’ a sexual abuse victim of Cardinal McCarrick

Today In The Bishops’ Reckoning
Straight fire from Catholics sick and tired of the episcopate’s failures

Bill Lind on Lt. Col. Marcus Mainz

The Latest Casualty of the Marines’ Surrender to Political Correctness by WILLIAM S. LIND
Marcus Mainz was relieved of his command, effectively finishing his career, in May.

Combox filled with comments by cucks.

No Longer a Need to Mince Words?

The Late Unpleasantness: Memory, Meaning and Understanding by John Devanny
The War Between the States is called by many names, the most genteel being “The Late Unpleasantness.” The low country districts of South Carolina, including the environs of Charleston, is the geographic origin of this… »

Good for the Benedict XVI Institute

CNA: Bay area project expands Gregorian chant instruction to children, teens

Thursday, July 26, 2018

Their Own Nation

The Southron’s Burden by Laurie Hibbett
Southerners confronted by Northerners touring our section are made aware of the difference in their speech from ours. They approach us speaking a form of English known outside the United States as “American.” We of… »

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

The Value of PhDs has dropped even more.

"But he got his PhD not too long ago!" A graduate education in philosophy is crap, if one doesn't expect any real learning to take place until after the degree is conferred.

Catholic philosophers also need to stop masquerading as theologians.

Desanitizing Christianity After St. Benedict and After Virtue by Gregory P. Floyd

Annie Staninec



Kyle Lamb




Sunday, July 22, 2018

Benji!

בִּנְיָמִין

Not really a cuck if he wasn't a conservative in the first place, but a subverter.

Public Education, Ben Shapiro, and the Trojan Horse in Our Culture by BOYD D. CATHEY

A New Biography of Dr. Warren Carroll

One man can make a difference