John Russell Spann: “A Just Man”

In Memoriam John Russell Spann: “A Just Man” August 15, 1931 — July 28, 2019 Members of the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family, and Property (TFP), and its twenty-eight sister associations throughout the world mourn the passing … Continue reading

Time Is a Gift … How Are You Using It?

Certain poems can be easily registered in one’s memory. This is due as much to the profundity of the words as their rhythmic meter. Such is the case with the following passages of a poem by Fr. Joseph Stedman. Life is … Continue reading

Why Jesus Is the Just Avenger and Not a Muscle-Man

Modern Catholic iconography tends to either accurately portray or grossly distort the qualities of holy personages. Such is the case with these two representations of Our Divine Savior. The first image is of a modern stained-glassed window positioned above the … Continue reading

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

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