The Hat II

In the previous article, we observed the hat as a symbol of dignity; we will now analyze it as an expression of good manners and how its use decayed before it disappeared. “Who’s that lady with the hat?” a friend … Continue reading

Starting the New Year Right

Most people think of a New Year’s Eve gathering as a sort of “carnival” when everyone at least partially puts aside the just restrictions of God’s law and Catholic customs. Drunkenness, immorality, gluttony and uninhibited childish behavior are sadly how … Continue reading

Standing By The Cross in Nebraska

When the University of Nebraska’s Studio Theatre advertised its plans to stage the blasphemous anti-Catholic play “Corpus Christi,” the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family, and Property (TFP) and its TFP Student Action and America Need Fatima campaign … Continue reading