Monthly Archives: March 2010

Confirmed into Joy

The great joys of my life: Marriage. Fatherhood. Entry into the Holy Church … This Church – when exactly did I enter her, I wonder? Was there even in 1997 on the threshold of my 34th birthday, somehow a partial entry into Her Mysteries – when I had a set of unexpected experiences which led […]

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Memory and Forgetting: From Liberal to Traditional

On the journey from liberal to traditional Catholic …

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What IS this site, anyway?

Dear Friends, Known and Unknown, Not so long ago, I took the decision here to occasionally write very personally about myself. This is one of those exceptions where I want to speak very personally and frankly. And I mark it now as a “personal exception” in order that those interested in less personal fare can […]

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Blind Faith in the Dogmatic Authority of Secularism

Indignation regarding Blind Faith in the Dogmatic Authority of Secularism …

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Marian Apparitions, the Bible and the Modern World – Donal Anthony Foley (Review)

Here is a masterful account of Marian Apparitions in the Modern Age. For Our Lady is clearly seen to be weeping, weeping for the modern world …

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This Joy

If people only knew this joy …

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