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

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

Dodging Bullets While Saving Souls

Heroic Catholic Chaplains: Stories of the Brave and Holy Men Who Dodged Bullets While Saving Souls by Thomas J. Craughwell – TAN Books (195 pages) “There are no atheists in a foxhole.” This catchphrase has been attributed to many authors, … Continue reading

How Evolution Means the Death of the Soul

Evolutionists rarely proclaim their incompatibility with Christianity so as not to alarm Christians. They will generally try to present evolution as a purely scientific theory that seeks to explain the origins of the universe. If religious people have a problem, … Continue reading

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