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“Widen your Hearts” How?….. By Catholic classical education of course!

It struck me afresh how important Catholic liberal education is to the very life of the Church. Think about how heartening the sight would be to our 84 year old Holy Father, if he could see young people learning Latin, … Continue reading

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Learning Latin

Among the many reasons to learn Latin the least important (although a sufficient reason in itself) is to learn how to speak Latin. A much better reason to learn Latin is to learn how to speak (and write) English! Learning … Continue reading

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First Day of Christmas

One mark of the classically educated mind (well- really just the human mind!) is the desire to know. And for those of us who are idling about on this first day of Christmas, having already tucked into the morning eggs, … Continue reading

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Urbi et Orbi

God bless Our Holy Father Benedict XVI who delivered his Urbi et Orbi address today with striking eloquence and poignant clarity! Allow me to share three paragraphs. (the whole text is available at Catholic Culture) “This is how Christ is … Continue reading

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