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    Lenten Day of Recollection

    Lenten Day of Recollection

    A Compelling, Authentically Catholic St. Louis Day of Recollection Register NOW & Come JOIN Us, Sat. 24 March 2018! Three Brilliant, Engaging and Important Speakers Traditional Latin Holy Mass Confession and Spiritual Direction available throughout…

    Prudential Judgment and the Death Penalty

    Frodo: I am frightened; and I do not feel any pity for Gollum. … he is as bad as an Orc, and just an enemy. He deserves death. Gandalf: Deserves it! I daresay he does.…

    The Value of Preaching to the Choir

    When we say, “preaching to the choir,” we mean “preaching to the converted.” It suggests that a lot of energy is being squandered trying to convince people of something about which they are already convinced,…

    Economic Wisdom

    The current controversy over same sex “marriage” and the increasing level of social acceptance of a variety of other socially destructive behaviors and entertainments should be alarming to all of us, especially in view of…

    What Young Catholics Truly Want

    One advantage I suppose to the condition of never quite having grown up is I spend time with young adults. This is becoming more and more difficult as I am less and less young myself…

    Archbishop Carlson’s Sermon

    In case you missed it, here is a transcription of Archbishop Carlson’s Sermon given at the closing Mass of the Fortnight For Freedom, July 3rd, 2013. For the time being at least, you can click…

    Go and Announce the Gospel of the Lord Archbishop Robert J Carlson

    Archbishop J. Carlson has written a pastoral letter for the Year of Faith titled Go and Announce the Gospel of the Lord  wherein he gives a forthright recitation of what Credo Co-Founder Ken Jones called…

    Peter Kreeft Lecture on Blaise Pascal and the New Evangelization

    The first annual John Cardinal Glennon Lecture in Philosophy was a Peter Kreeft Lecture on Blaise Pascal and the New Evangelization. This assigned topic turned out a lively recap of his 2003 book Christianity for…

    Can Dignitatis Humanae Be Reconciled With Traditional Catholic Doctrine?

    Can Dignitatis Humanae be reconciled with traditional Catholic doctrine? A new book-length debate on this question between Credo Spiritual Adviser Fr. Brian Harrison O.S. and Arnold T. Guminski has just come off the press and…

    Don’t Be an Idiot says Anthony Esolen

    Doctor Anthony Esolen, professor of English at Providence College in Rhode Island, presented “Fatherhood and Freedom” as 2013 Frederick Philip Kenkel Memorial Lecture for the Feast of St. Joseph, co-sponsored by Credo of the Catholic…