Monthly Archives: August 2016

Summer reading at an end…

Well, a few months ago, I made a list of books I said I was going to read through this Summer and/or finish. Can you believe I finished all of it? Actually, not only did I finish all of it, … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on the present state of Islam

Originally posted on The Imperial Traditionalist:
The mainstream views on Islam are getting, quite frankly, rather tiring. Nearly everyone insists that you have to either be totally blind to the crisis at hand and believe that ISIS only exist because…

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Our Lady – the Redemy

Originally posted on Damsel of the Faith:
? Peace will only be given to the Church and the world through the maternal intercession of Our Lady and the love of Her Immaculate Heart.  The Church must proclaim the vital importance…

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Finding faith in depression

I’m not going to lie. Finding faith while suffering mental illness of any kind is no small task. Especially while suffering depression. Hope is one of the three theological virtues and it is by no means easy for one suffering … Continue reading

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Lost in the pleasure dome?

Originally posted on See, there's this thing called biology…:
I read a couple of articles this week, Lost in Xanadu by Carl Truman and America’s Lost Boys by Samuel James. They contain my favorite subjects, boys, video games, culture, and…

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Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring–J.S. Bach

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