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Friday, May 4, 2018

Do the Dead Come Back and Watch the Living?

Why the Left Is So Seductive

Jonathan B. Coe
 

Much has been written in recent decades, and with good reason, about the institutions that shape culture (academia, the mainstream media, the entertainment industry), their liberal bias, and how they can be effective evangelists for the Left. However, this essay will explore forces within the human person—formidable but not irresistible—that go back to the Garden […]

The Latin Liturgy Appeals to Catholic Youth

Fr. John A. Perricone
 

Washington D.C. is no stranger to making history. This past Saturday was no exception. You would not have found throngs of people marching with angry placards, but hundreds of Catholics on their knees. They were not assembled at the National Mall, but at the Basilica Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. They were not participating in […]

Do the Dead Come Back and Watch the Living? On Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca

Emma Warner
 

Every reader loves a good ghost story. And that is why Daphne du Maurier’s Romantic-Gothic novel, Rebecca has thrilled readers since its publication in 1938. The tale begins with a slight flavor of Jane Eyre: a wandering Byronic hero who meets a meek heroine, gauche and plain. Unlike Mr. Rochester, Maxim de Winter has no […]

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