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The Blessed Virgin compared to the Air we Breathe

A poem by Gerard Manley Hopkins, SJ. Wild air, world-mothering air, Nestling me everywhere, That each eyelash or hair Girdles; goes home betwixt The fleeciest, frailest-flixed Snowflake; that’s fairly mixed With, riddles, and is rife In every least thing’s life; … Continue reading

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“Holding High the Flag in Defence of the Objectivity of Truth in a Fortress of Relativism” 

Alice Von Hildebrand: ’A Happy Failure’ by Claire Dwyer on ’Catholic Spiritual Direction’ After reading Memoirs of a Happy Failure by Alice von Hildebrand several years ago, I had the privilege of interviewing the great Belgian-born philosopher, professor, and author.  I wanted … Continue reading

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