Dawson, Christianity and Sex (full book)

In the late 1920s, T.S. Eliot asked Christopher Dawson to write a small book on the meaning of family in the western and Christian tradition.  The two would come to collaborate frequently, but this was the first thing… Read More

Belloc on Capitalism and Communism

Hilaire Belloc, “Capitalism and Communism–the Hellish Twins,” ENGLISH REVIEW 54 (1932): 122-134. belloc hellish twins

Jean Danielou, “Marxist History and Sacred History,” 1951.

A fascinating 1951 article on Christian and ideological historical philosophies. Source:  Jean Danielou, S.J., “Marxist History and Sacred History,” THE REVIEW OF POLITICS (October 1951): 503-513. danilou marx sacred history

The Malady of Progressivism, 1951. By Wilhelm Roepke.

Wilhelm Roepke (1899-1966) was one of the finest economists and economic thinkers of the twentieth-century.  Many have credited him with the post-World War II German economic miracle, and the great author, William Shirer, called him the best of… Read More

Erik von Kuehnelt-Leddihn, “What I Saw in Leningrad,” 1934

And, the Christian Humanist hits keep coming. . . .  from Colosseum (edited by Bernard Wall and Christopher Dawson), Vol. 1, issue 4 (1934). erik 1934 what I saw in Leningrad