Saturday, August 15, 2020
We hope you can join us this evening for one of our highlights of the year so far: a performance of Fauré’s Requiem with @mozartplayers at @JAMontheMarsh. 🎻 We will be on the YouTube Live Chat from just before 7.30pm so do drop in to say hello! 👋 https://t.co/0z3phX8y5O https://t.co/QzspgkbjNo— The Gesualdo Six (@TheGesualdoSix) August 14, 2020
So much good stuff squeezed into one short from @happenfilms - enjoy!— Transition Network (@transitiontowns) August 13, 2020
"if people come to the conclusion that they can't rely on governments, then it follows that the drivers for change have to be ordinary people at the grassroots level getting active...https://t.co/cRoqb53MaV
Friday, August 14, 2020
The Bruderhof have been a tremendous blessing for me and my family, whether at their house in Pittsburgh, at the writers' retreat 2 yrs ago in the Hudson Valley, or in their hospitality in NYC when I spoke about my Plough essay on my Catholic neighborhood: https://t.co/MYw5cwOGUJ— Brandon McGinley (@brandonmcg) August 14, 2020
Join us this Wednesday to hear from animal welfare thought leaders representing @CivilEats, @PracticalFarmer, @CIWF, @bonappetitmgt and Niman Ranch farmers as they discuss the topic of Improving Farm Animal Welfare. #NRFarmer2020 Reserve your spot: https://t.co/zyU3Wsoaz4 pic.twitter.com/GDJrjy1YMa— Niman Ranch (@NimanRanch) August 14, 2020
Thursday, August 13, 2020
“As far as I know neither I nor anyone else has any criticism of John Paul I.” One of many great lines in this timely piece from the first issue, now out from the paywall of @thelampmagazine https://t.co/OVPjugo4oA— Matthew Walther (@matthewwalther) August 13, 2020
Birthday of Royal Martyr Tsarevich Alexei celebrated in Ekaterinburg (+VIDEO)https://t.co/uE7u8fhWp6— Orthodox Christianity (@Orthodoxy2019) August 13, 2020
St. Alexei and his royal family were brutally martyred in July 1918 in the Ipatiev House in Ekaterinburg, on the site of which today stands the Church on the Blood of All Sai... pic.twitter.com/X0SQfuLh97
JACOBINISM— Nassim Nicholas Taleb (@nntaleb) August 13, 2020
Friends, in French Jacobinisms maps exactly to my nightmare: a centralized nation-state w/IYIs running it, coupled with a monolithic national identity (anti-localism, anti-minorities, anti-multiculturalism).
What would be the corresponding English term? pic.twitter.com/0hnG3ijKvZ
However, the lamentable nationalist trends did not start with the Jacobins, even if the French Revolution further consolidated state power.
As for "anti-minorities," I am not sure what Taleb means by this.
"Sages and wise people through history have preached the importance of simplicity, or simple living, and appreciating that, as E.F. Schumacher put it, ‘small is beautiful’."— Schumacher Center for a New Economics (@Center4NewEcon) August 12, 2020
It's as true now as it was in 1973: #SmallisBeautiful@openDemocracy https://t.co/GPzt17zqjO
A healthy, well-drained #soil requires less #irrigation & #tillage, is resilient to both wet & dry weather, & underpins profitable & sustainable #horticultural #cropping. This is a great practical guide on how to achieve this 👉https://t.co/8h7iZECYAx @ADAS_Hortic @AHDB_Hort pic.twitter.com/9DCyfJqa6S— Agricology (@agricology) August 13, 2020
Evelyn Waugh’s novel remains easily the most popular Catholic-themed work of fiction in the English language. Why?
The Spectator UK
The Evelyn Waugh Society
Consider joining Regarding Men, a one-of-a-kind online community exclusively for men to combat Red Pill isolation. We have 6 groups/week (to start), including one with yours truly (on Thurs. evenings) & a book club on men's issues classics coming soon. https://t.co/MxvHGQWfzT— Janice Fiamengo (@JaniceFiamengo) August 12, 2020
Wednesday, August 12, 2020
This year's theme for the Initiative is E Pluribus Unum: The Sources of Our Unity. I'm delighted that the series' launch event will feature my beloved friend Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks with whom I'll be in a conversation moderated by another dear, dear friend, Yuval Levin of AEI.— Robert P. George (@McCormickProf) August 13, 2020
Previously at Baylor: Robert P. George Initiative on Faith, Ethics, and Public Policy
On 12 August, the Church commemorates the Holy Martyr John the Warrior at Constantinople.#StElisabethConvent #minsk #obitelminsk #belarus #orthodox #god #faith #spirituality #stjohnthewarrior #church #praying #godbless #jesus #jesuschrist #christian pic.twitter.com/2BXYW4Bwbd— St Elisabeth Convent. Orthodox Life And Chants (@StElisabethConv) August 12, 2020
The America Mind
The second concept is anti-fragility. Being anti-fragile means setting yourself up to flourish and thrive in times of chaos, to come out of bad scenarios even stronger. A good question to ask when mapping out your gloomiest scenarios is: What is the opportunity in this? How could I benefit from it? Preparedness, in other words, is both offensive and defensive. It’s about capturing upside opportunities as much as it is about managing downside risks. Maybe your doom-and-gloom scenarios aren’t as dark as you think.
A country split apart needs John Courtney Murray's "We Hold These Truths" https://t.co/SGHDpigtxX— Law & Liberty (@LawLiberty) August 10, 2020
If you find yourself saying things like this, maybe it’s time to rethink the reliability of the method itself:— Adrian Vermeule (@Vermeullarmine) August 11, 2020
“Not a single justice, including the originalists, discerned the original meaning, even though it should have been obvious to the entire Court.” https://t.co/qEnbMJSgsC
Taking a hard look at yourself is sometimes tough, but it's necessary.— 1st Special Forces Command (@1st_SF_Command) August 4, 2020
Listen to the latest @ArmyWarCollege @War_Room_Eds podcast where Maj. Gen. John Brennan, Brig. Gen. Steve Marks, and Col. Ed Croot discuss the identity of US Army Special Forces. https://t.co/CapagKGOXj
Thanks for the amplification @USSOCOM!— 1st Special Forces Command (@1st_SF_Command) August 11, 2020
Dialogue surrounding this topic is important for the entire organization moving forward.
We encourage everyone to:
🎧listen to the @War_Room_Eds podcast
🗣️join the conversation https://t.co/nGNNwq8VAy
How we recruit, how we educate/train, & how we employ our forces must be aligned along a single identity & culture...it's all linked & all matters.— 1st Special Forces Command (@1st_SF_Command) August 12, 2020
We can't expect to recruit folks with a cool-guy photo and expect them to suddenly be adaptive innovators, problem solvers, etc. https://t.co/eiX5eW7ZGG
In Ep6 of @IrregWarfare Podcast, Dr. Eli Berman (@clubmodel) and MG(r) Mark Hicks (former @USSOCAF Commander) discuss the future of fighting wars thru partners, proxies, and local agents in Africa. @USAfricaCommand @USSOCOM https://t.co/YzRGe24iu8— Irregular Warfare Podcast (@IrregWarfare) July 31, 2020
The assumption, that the only alternative to economic growth is social collapse doesn't hold. Modelling by @ProfTimJackson and #ProfPeterVictor shows that improved environmental and social outcomes are possible even as economic growth rate decline. >> https://t.co/QdSL7cTtWU— CUSP (@CUSP_uk) August 12, 2020
We're so excited to give the #SteadyStateEconomy an even bigger platform via our new podcast, The Steady Stater!— CASSE (@SteadyStateEcon) August 11, 2020
Be sure to support the show by tuning in every week on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Buzzsprout!
Check out our most recent episode here: https://t.co/IH9tR3O2SZ
Our #food and agricultural systems must be transformed—and fast. As the #climate crisis worsens, #farming will be increasingly affected. The time is NOW to build healthy, resilient #soil. https://t.co/2uEUTIKz8Y— Rodale Institute (@RodaleInstitute) August 12, 2020
Large, sustainable farms aren't new - Indigenous people sustainably managed large foodscapes before making contact with Europeans.— National Farmers Union (@NFUDC) August 12, 2020
For Newman, whose father belongs to the Piscataway Conoy Tribe, farming was a way of "honoring the ancestors who came before my grandparents.” pic.twitter.com/eSZmOG1iqJ
We're LIVE with @Andrew_Wasley talking about his experience going undercover on factory farms + his thoughts on the human #health and environmental consequences of cheap #meat. @ecoreflections #BoycottBigMeat #GoOrganic #Grassfed #Pastured #RegenerativeAghttps://t.co/0ahVYc1RWy— Organic Consumers (@OrganicConsumer) August 12, 2020
Don't miss this episode with @SustainableDish, hot on the heels of her book release Sacred Cow (co-authored with @robbwolf) along with an amazing documentary, they are the authority on why better meat is a solution for our health and the environment!https://t.co/jGrtD9X7df— Bret Scher, MD (@bschermd) August 12, 2020
Diet Doctor Podcast
.@hmeldridge discusses the quick spread of #AfricanSwineFlu in pigs and hogs around the world in recent months, pointing to negligent #animalwelfare and cramped conditions as a root cause of the problem https://t.co/BrBivuYwUx— SusFoodTrust (@SusFoodTrust) August 12, 2020
What if the lives of women and children “were taken as significant sites for theological work?” Motherhood: A Confession is an answer to that question.— Christina Lambert (@cjlambert94) August 12, 2020
Glad to be able to review Natalie Carnes’s beautiful new book for @FrontPorchRepub https://t.co/JkH31dI6AE
Motherhood: A Confession
Image and Presence: A Christological Reflection on Iconoclasm and Iconophilia
In addition to the push for wokeness, Baylor employs feminist theologians like Carnes. Her website.
UChicago Divinity School: Natalie Carnes, Baylor University, will lecture on "Attunement: The Feminist Voice and Christianity’s Patriarchal Tradition" on Tuesday, December 10th at 4:30pm, Swift Common Room.
Tuesday, August 11, 2020
My review of a lovely new farming memoir that also has a realistic take on what it looks like to be a young(ish) person going back to the land. https://t.co/5dNEzgUXNO— Matt Miller (@matt_j_miller) August 11, 2020
Country Life article
To aid Catholics in reclaiming a true understanding of Vatican II, my Word on Fire team has put together this helpful FAQ page with answers to common points of confusion: (3/3) https://t.co/izIKvcldUn— Bishop Robert Barron (@BishopBarron) August 11, 2020
Unfortunately, it has become popular to disparage or even attempt to actively discard this ecumenical council, which bears the Church's highest level of teaching authority. (2/3)— Bishop Robert Barron (@BishopBarron) August 11, 2020
The Army Green Service Uniform is the #USArmy’s new service uniform.— U.S. Army (@USArmy) August 9, 2020
The #AGSU provides a higher quality uniform with a longer service life than the previous service uniform.
Learn more in this edition of STAND-TO!: https://t.co/gB1hwVxbQw#ArmyReform pic.twitter.com/6tkYJG67FV
Out today: The most important book on the food system min years. "A tour de force"—Bill McKibben * "Masterful, important, and sobering"—Barry Estabrook * "Deeply researched, compellingly written, and thoroughly inspiring.”—Marion Nestle https://t.co/TpKWUfsKfp— Michael Pollan (@michaelpollan) August 11, 2020
"Running an ethical business means profit is not the only measure of success". Ecology gardener, Pippa, dishes the dirt on #permaculture gardening and managing a sustainable business: https://t.co/wRMUpiz3Qd @Permaculture_uk pic.twitter.com/Ev2wVKmVn5— Ecology BS (@EcologyBS) August 10, 2020
🐦📉 "Popular pesticides are causing bird species to decline at an alarming rate in the US, adding fuel to a 50-year downward trend in bird biodiversity." How can we change this? See thread below ⬇️ https://t.co/tEUnj2xhOX— IFOAM 🌱💚 (@IFOAMorganic) August 11, 2020
This week our CEO Patrick Holden speaks out about the economic and policy system forcing many farmers into becoming ‘commodity slaves’ https://t.co/i5uaEwMRxV— SusFoodTrust (@SusFoodTrust) August 11, 2020
Ever considered playing @MichaelBuble to your hens to calm them down?— Innovative Farmers (@IFarmers) August 11, 2020
Glenn Haggart has been hosting a #fieldlab in Lancashire playing sound & music in hen sheds as a way of keeping anxiety & stress down in the flock.
Read about this #farmerled research:https://t.co/3VuPW1BQae pic.twitter.com/YsE7t71nVY
Degrowth: a planned downscaling of excess energy and resource use in high-income nations to bring the economy back into balance with the living world, in a way that delivers justice, equality, democracy and human flourishing.— Jason Hickel (@jasonhickel) August 11, 2020
LINK: https://t.co/7WpmzR9tvG— Ken D Berry MD (@KenDBerryMD) August 11, 2020
High protein diets for weight loss: How much you need and why it works (proved by 600,000 days of food logs by people living and eating in the real world) - Marty Kendall https://t.co/UNXAymKzTZ— Diana Rodgers, RD (@SustainableDish) August 11, 2020
Not only Asahi, all major Japanese outlets refer to @chowtingagnes as "Goddess of Democracy" since a few years ago. It's derived from the term 學民女神, dating back to when Demosisto was still Scholarism. Actually the meaning of 女神 changed when translated directly into Japanese https://t.co/FZqBLF4Msj— HKDemoNow (@hkdemonow) August 11, 2020
She has her cute girl image that makes her a more photogenic representative of the movement than the other prominent men and women associated with it. But she also has many years of labor to back it up, too.
She is the Mulan for Hong Kong now, and the people need a figurehead and a hero(-ine).
The idea of Agnes Chow as the true Mulan is showing up in all sorts of ways (in varied languages and Tweets from varied places) on the Internet (see this image pic.twitter.com/JgY3TX6Vz4 ); the latest in a string of fascinating Hong Kong meets Hollywood protest angles https://t.co/FfvIac9Wx4— Jeff Wasserstrom (@jwassers) August 11, 2020
#LiuYifei is a selfish #CCP shill who supports #PoliceBrutality in #HongKong#AgnesChow has given everything to #FightForFreedom and defend her people— James Lee Proudfoot🎗 (@PhilosophyNook) August 11, 2020
So who is really loyal brave and true?
No wonder many #HongKongers are calling Agnes the real #Mulan#FreeAgnes #BoycottMulan pic.twitter.com/EGPh4IhD3M
9/ My brilliant Princeton colleage (and MacArthur "genius award" winner) Sergiu Klainerman, who grew up in communist Romania under Ceausescu and knows a thing or two about what it's like to fear the consequences of speaking one's mind, on what we need now:https://t.co/Mt9LZMGe91— Robert P. George (@McCormickProf) August 11, 2020
Of course it's the IDW that is Quillette that publishes this.
Pro-democracy activist Agnes Chow and Apple Daily founder Jimmy Lai walked out of police stations late on Monday and early on Tuesday as they were granted police bail in a national security casehttps://t.co/xfxTvWKFgh— RTHK English News (@rthk_enews) August 11, 2020
and this is the TV Advertisement of Apple Daily when it was first published in 1995. Jimmy Lai was the main character.— LO Kin-hei 羅健熙 (@lokinhei) August 11, 2020
"An apple a day keeps the lies away."https://t.co/CA1tMn2zRU
BREAKING: #HongKong pro-democracy activist Agnes Chow, arrested earlier this week by police, has been released.— Nikkei Asian Review (@NAR) August 11, 2020
Upon release, Chow told reporters: "I don't know why I was arrested." pic.twitter.com/hRx4jKTpiu
2315|8.11|#TaiPo— antielabhk (@antielabhk) August 11, 2020
Agnes stated that she was released on bail of HKD$180K as surety & HKD$20K in cash. She needs to report to Police station on Sept1 & her passport has been confiscated. Despite being arrested 4 times, she said she felt most scared this time.
Source: Stand News pic.twitter.com/JCVEwOJO6c
Her being able to speak Japanese is a big reason for it.
More Univariate Fallacy regarding male/female brain diffs. The keyword in the title is "Key." There's no single "key" factor that separates male & female brains, but many small differences correlate so that male & female brains form distinct clusters. https://t.co/Q73vmKhZvM— Colin Wright (@SwipeWright) August 10, 2020
I don't know what surprises the season finale may have, but we will see how many of the season's story arcs are wrapped up neatly.
Nozick was wrong about reparations, so wrong that he opens the door to the eradication of capitalism. https://t.co/NLy1wmkbFC— Law & Liberty (@LawLiberty) August 10, 2020
Grant Havers for Law & Liberty
Vatican bishop says Holy See’s secret deal with Chinese Communist Party will be renewed https://t.co/JYDoHTV3b1— LifeSite Catholic (@LSNCatholic) August 10, 2020
Looks like a great production. Of course you and I disagree on Marshall, but I would suggest everyone read your book as the best on Marshall from the nationalist perspective. https://t.co/tJxEro6L7H— Brion McClanahan (@BrionMcClanahan) August 10, 2020
Richard Brookhiser, John Marshall: The Man Who Made the Supreme Court - Basic Books
"There is some terrible science out there" - Gary Taubes— Brilliant Miller (@realBrilliantM) August 5, 2020
Check out my latest podcast with @garytaubes where we discuss his case against sugar, live now at: https://t.co/CBwnHkBkdi#podcast #keto #goodliving #TransformationalCoach #lifecoach pic.twitter.com/Y7hl9UwwoA
A Case for Good Living
Monday, August 10, 2020
On this day in 1680, the Pueblo launched a coordinated attack on the Spanish in so-called New Mexico. Pueblo historian Joe S. Sando calls the movement “the first American revolution.” #IndigenousResistance pic.twitter.com/aONT8hdhWG— The Decolonial Atlas (@decolonialatlas) August 10, 2020
🍎#FreePress is the most deadly poison for any tyrany.— 巴丢草 Badiucao (@badiucao) August 11, 2020
New art supporting @appledaily_hk #苹果日报 撑住#StandWithHongKong #CarrieLam
support my art on https://t.co/FT2LcegBrj & https://t.co/QfFVM4gRcf pic.twitter.com/JjcueeNNVU
#JimmyLai said in no uncertain terms in this episode of @ActonInstitute podcast Acton Line that it was only a matter of time before he was arrested.— Greg Scott (@GScottSays) August 10, 2020
Pray for Jimmy Lai and all those oppressed by the brutal Chinese Communist Party. https://t.co/rBzmlPUBk9
[REGISTER] @McCormickProf & @CornelWest discuss freedom of speech, freedom of thought, the #BlackLivesMatter movement, and the cancel culture. Watch live on YouTube, or register to watch on Zoom and participate in Q&A.— Federalist Society (@FedSoc) August 10, 2020
We've got another exciting event for you this week! On Thursday at 2pm EDT, Wes Jackson and David Orr will connect for a live, virtual conversation moderated by Schumacher Center's @davidbollier.— Schumacher Center for a New Economics (@Center4NewEcon) August 10, 2020
Learn more and sign up using the link below:https://t.co/Xv7TAUN3XA
Networked Tribalism w/ @johnrobb— Peter N Limberg (@peternlimberg) August 10, 2020
John Robb is The Stoa's "Sensemaker in Residence" for August. He'll discuss the surge of networked tribalization and how it has radically changed our society.
Starts in two hours. RSVP @ https://t.co/VZrorESDeM pic.twitter.com/73wizbTO5U
Same expressions in different lighting.— Brian Roemmele (@BrianRoemmele) August 10, 2020
The brain will interpret many different emotional affects just by a shift in the lighting.
The simplest shawdow at a correct angle can change what you “see”.pic.twitter.com/CLgPrpZw2s
#primalblueprint #Podcast @_elleruss chats with @AmyMorinLCSW – a licensed clinical social worker, psychotherapist, and psychology lecturer at Northeastern University. She’s also an international bestselling author.— Primal Blueprint (@primalblueprint) August 10, 2020
Listen to the full episode here: https://t.co/R3EjVN9vh0 pic.twitter.com/Zbw6TsEZhN
Chris Patten called the raid of the pro-democracy paper @appledaily_hk and the arrest of the paper’s founder @JimmyLaiApple the “most outrageous assault yet” on freedom of the press in the former British colony.https://t.co/3nOMHC0XeH— Kurt Zindulka 🇭🇰🕔 (@KurtZindulka) August 10, 2020
With the arrest of @JimmyLaiApple in HK today, it seems appropriate to highlight this excellent interview with him by @littleredpods a couple of months ago, in which he accurately foretold the awful consequences of the Security Law. https://t.co/PHR5VdRP7j— Nick Crawford (@CrawfordNJ) August 10, 2020
🇭🇰’Outrageous raid marks end of media freedom in HK' #HongKongProtests #AppleDaily #HongKong— Hong Kong World City☔️🖐🏻 (@HKWORLDCITY) August 10, 2020
"It didn’t die a natural death. It was killed. It was killed by Beijing, Carrie Lam and Hong Kong police."https://t.co/JODRts7m01
To understand the significance of @appledaily_hk and how China controls Hong Kong’s press, look at the front page of 13/11/2019.— Fight For Freedom. Stand With Hong Kong. (@Stand_with_HK) August 10, 2020
It was the day after the major clash at the Siege of CUHK. Pro Beijing ad was printed on every Chinese newspaper,
except Apple Daily and Epoch Times pic.twitter.com/uC1b3UoTLx
Can you imagine the newsrooms of @nytimes or @guardian encounter something like this? After HK police arrested @JimmyLaiApple, hundreds of police were sent to Apple Daily office without the search warrant. pic.twitter.com/mia12rSYyP— Joshua Wong 黃之鋒 😷 (@joshuawongcf) August 10, 2020
THE CARD. JOSEPH ZEN ANSWERS TO PROF. ROBERTO DE MATTEI. https://t.co/JvVY2hOuWt— Marco Tosatti (@MarcoTosatti) August 9, 2020
Rorate Caeli: De Mattei: An eminent Cardinal, but not very prudent
Sunday, August 09, 2020
There are worldwide traditions that surround the care of a postpartum mom. Author Heng Ou, of "The First Forty Days," offers insights on the power of warmth, support, rest, retreat, and ritual to revitalize the new mom. https://t.co/zGkPbBFy4c— Weston A. Price Foundation (@WestonAPrice) August 8, 2020
Wise Traditions #259
Very cool. In "The Murder of Jesse James", an episode of the TV series Timeless (season one, episode 12). He is also mentioned in Season 3 Episode 2 of @JustifiedFX as two US Marshals are discussing their all-time favorite historical US Marshals—from @Wikipedia. I’ve seen both. https://t.co/Nom3Ai6tZF— Randy Barnett (@RandyEBarnett) August 9, 2020
This interviewer got to the most vital issues - why with entire civilization dependent on agric. no sound biologically-based agr. can go to scale, and why no business in the world can be sustainable or regenerative until agr. is.https://t.co/fZ07qafHqy https://t.co/FolwiOha8G— Allan Savory (@AllanRSavory) August 8, 2020
#COVIDー19 brought socialism to America - Nassim Taleb @nntaleb https://t.co/J39gyJUftd через @YouTube @bssynergy #COVID #blackswan #whiteswan #antifragility #coronavirus #economy #future #CoronaCrisis— SophieCo (@SophieCo_RT) August 9, 2020
“The uncritical adoption of Western culture and systems did not make the Greeks Westerners; indeed, it put them in a no-man’s land, cut off from traditional Greek culture but also not exactly Europeans.” https://t.co/uvbnbvcsQj— Aris Roussinos (@arisroussinos) August 9, 2020
The decisive factor in Japan's decision to surrender was the Soviet entry into the war and the Japanese elite's fear of Soviet influence. The enduring myth of the effectiveness of the atomic bombs, however, birthed the ideology of deterrence.https://t.co/s4njYRO6pj— Chronicles Magazine (@ChroniclesMag) August 9, 2020
"Nagasaki was the center of Catholicism in Japan. It had the biggest Christian population of any city in the country. And yet there we were – Catholics killing Catholics, and Protestants killing Protestants."— Plough Publishing (@PloughBooks) August 9, 2020
US Marine Paul Pappas on dropping the bomb.https://t.co/9LqwP7DdJI
Having faith means keeping your heart turned to God, to His love, to His Fatherly tenderness, amid the storm. Jesus wanted to teach this to Peter and the disciples, and also to us today (Mt 14:22-33). #GospelOfTheDay— Pope Francis (@Pontifex) August 9, 2020
It looks good but is it what St. Paul means by pistis? Should the scholastic account of faith as a theological virtue of the intellect that is nonetheless motivated by an act of the will be modified?
「ＭＡＧＩ-天正遣欧少年使節-」 appears to be an adaptation of that story.
alt: 織田信長役に吉川晃司と貴重な“幻の金屏風”／ドラマ『MAGI -天正遣欧少年使節-』予告編
千々石ミゲル役、緒形敦バージョンのコメント入りドラマ『MAGI 天正遣欧少年使節 』特別映像
ドラード役・佐野岳のコメント入りドラマ『MAGI 天正遣欧少年使節 』特別映像
A modern composition inspired by the Orasho?
Funeral Mass for Fr.Adolfo Nicolás SJ（Former General of the Society of Jesus）アドルフ・ニコラス前イエズス会総長葬儀ミサ
The Jesuit Adolfo Nicolas
"E.F. Schumacher was right: small is beautiful. On that score, conservative stewardship should include an emphasis on localism, craftsmanship, and the principle of subsidiarity." https://t.co/n58ZTDy2is— The American Conservative (@amconmag) August 8, 2020
I agree with the excerpt but I think subsidiarity needs to be re-thought.
Hillbilly Elegy not only helps us to understand the social phenomena highlighted by Donald Trump’s rise to the presidency; it also reminds us of other things that have been obscured by that rise, but that we ought not to forget. https://t.co/zEW2J1SH8P— Public Discourse (@PublicDiscourse) August 9, 2020
The most listened to episode on The Family Alpha Podcast doesn’t even have me on it.@MasculineDesign at the helm with @TheBrometheus on the hot mic taking about Married Red Pill Reinvention.https://t.co/GHQEZm3V2X— Zac (@ZacSmall_) August 7, 2020
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