Humility, Magnanimity and Magnificence

True Humility Is Not Contrary to Legitimate Splendor and Honors The virtue of humility, at least in its external aspects, arouses much sympathy even among those who are not particularly religious or otherwise oppose religion. In a world dominated by … Continue reading

Britain’s HealthCare Disaster; Our Model

Britain imposed socialized healthcare in 1948 with the creation of the National Health Service [NHS]. Then Labor Minister Dr. David Owen predicted, “We were going to finance everything, cure the nation and then spending would drop.” This was pure blind … Continue reading

Saint Damien: A Hero Who Died on the Battlefield of Honor

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Lessons To Be Learned

Left to Tell is the personal story of Immaculée Ilibagiza and her harrowing survival of the Rwandan Genocide of 1994. While many other books have dealt with the subject, this volume stands out, because in addition to the riveting account … Continue reading