From THE AMERICA PRESS. Enjoy. 1961-cd-interview
Ok, getting toward the end of the semester. For your pleasure (or pain), here is the third from last lecture, The Counter Reformation–a part of our drive-by Western Heritage tour! We’re back to a *good* pope, Paul III…. Read More
Full Lecture The End of Christendom, 1350-1492 The Plague, killing anywhere from 33-50% of Europe. In terms of population, Europe not recover until mid-seventeenth century. Especially hit the good clergy, as they were first to rush… Read More
Still booking through western civilization–but on schedule, amazingly enough. Here is the first lecture on the Medieval period. Or, perhaps more accurately, why you should never call the Middle Ages, “dark.” Here’s hoping you agree.
“By Grace Alone” Ten Truths of Roman Catholic Theological Study Theology is often the study of what we do not know. In theology, it is easier to disprove than to prove. Therefore, we begin by studying what we… Read More
[Posted previously at Catholic Vote, Summer 2011] For what it’s worth–and, given my level of ignorance, perhaps not much–I’ve thoroughly enjoyed the discussion and posts regarding same-sex marriage and the state of New York. Frankly, my fellow bloggers… Read More