Little Sisters of the Poor Deserve Mercy!

One of the most shocking executions during the French Revolution was that of four sisters, Gabrielle, Marguerite, Claire and Olympe Vaz de Mello. After the death of their parents, these pious ladies devoted their lives to caring for the sick … Continue reading

Y’all Want Some Caviar?

American Caviar … Only in America Caviar is arguably one of the finest things to please the palate of food connoisseurs. Harvested from the prehistoric sturgeon, a fish found more commonly in the Caspian and Black Seas, it was once … Continue reading

How to Live a Life of Honor

A review of the book, A Knight’s Own Book on Chivalry by Geoffroi de Charny The noted Catholic thinker, Prof. Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira once observed that the decay of the Middle Ages occurred in the fourteenth century with a … Continue reading

How to Die a Glorious Death and Gain Honor

Monday, November 19, 2018, might have seemed like a normal day for Jamie Schmidt. Little did she know when she entered Catholic Supply, a religious goods store in suburban St. Louis, Missouri, that this ordinary day would be her last. … Continue reading

A Time to Honor Veterans Who Put Others Before Self

This never-give-up attitude was on full display with the opening evening’s Wounded Warriors Experience. Staff Sergeant Spencer Milo spoke very candidly of the traumatic brain injury he suffered in Iraq in 2008, when a young child was used as a … Continue reading

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