Upon hearing of Toibin’s blasphemous play, some 80 indignant Catholics led by the American TFP, protested outside of the Walter Kerr Theatre against the blasphemy during its first preview, on March 26. An even larger crowd of more than 300 protested on opening night, April 22. Two weeks later, it closed…
The beatitude Our Lord preached, whose reward is the kingdom of heaven does not refer to those who lack material goods — sociological poverty — but to those who, whether materially rich or poor, are indeed “poor in spirit” — spiritual poverty…
Since only two percent of all titles reach this critical milestone, York Press is proud to announce that 5,000 copies have been sold of its title Return to Order: From a Frenzied Economy to an Organic Christian Society—Where We’ve Been, How We Got Here, and Where We Need to Go by John Horvat II.
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