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Longing to Remember

April 23, 2019 Timothy D. Lusch 1

“The Church became for me an inspirer of remembrance.” — Dom Erik Varden, OCSO The inferno at Cathedral Notre-Dame de Paris left behind more than smoke-damaged stained glass and charred eight-hundred-year-old oak beams. Lingering after the […]

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Grace under pressure

May 30, 2018 George Weigel 1

In a culture that Solzhenitsyn rightly criticized for its obsession with “unlimited freedom in the choice of pleasures,” AbbotThomas Frerking, OSB, has lived a vocation […]