Books

For the Love of Latin

September 2, 2019 Peter M.J. Stravinskas 20

When I saw the notice of this book’s publication, I did a double-take as I mistook the author’s surname for “Spadaro,” with a “d” rather than a “t”! Had the infamous Jesuit Antonio Spadaro had […]

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A Novitiate for Eternity

August 15, 2019 Timothy D. Lusch 3

Death generally makes for unsettling reading. Unless, of course, we’re talking about true crime fanatics or mystery lovers. Those people can’t get enough of it. But death, especially our own—The Big One, the thing none […]

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The trouble with new books

July 24, 2019 Roy Peachey 3

The trouble with new books is that they prevent us from reading the old ones. That was the view of Joseph Joubert, writing two hundred years ago, and the problem he identified then is even […]