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Feast of St. Thérèse Giveaway-Today Only!

Sign up to receive Angelico Press email by midnight tonight for a chance to win A Companion to Saint Thérèse of Lisieux: Her Life and Work & The People and Places In Her Story by Joseph P. Kochiss. About the book: THE … Continue reading

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T’is the Season to be Stoic

By Kevin Vost, Psy.D.   Like flourishing leaves on a spreading tree, which sheds some and puts forth others, so are the generations of flesh and blood; one dies and another is born. Sirach 14:18   As is the race … Continue reading

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The Morning Star, or the Beautiful Revolution

On July 22nd and 23rd of this year, Morning Star Farm in Waterloo Township, Michigan hosted a conference entitled The Radical Catholic Reimagination of Everything. People attended from as far away as New Jersey and New Hampshire in order to … Continue reading

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Gods of Infertility

By Michael Martin April and May are exceedingly busy months on our biodynamic-organic farm. Blossom, one of our dairy goats, birthed three kids on April 1 (and now she’s giving over a gallon of milk a day!) We also welcomed … Continue reading

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Aid in Dying-When Life Comes to Completion

Dr. Gerard M. Verschuuren discusses the issues surrounding moral care of the dying person and the obligations of our faith, based on his new book, Life’s Journey: A Guide from Conception to Growing Up, Growing Old, and Natural Death.

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Breaking the Enchantment of Worldliness

By David W. Fagerberg If someone held a gun to my head and forced me to pick my favorite CS Lewis quote, I would narrow it to this one. Well, actually there are three or four more, and I’d try … Continue reading

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The Radical Catholic Reimagination of Everything

By Michael Martin I’ve been contemplating, probably for years, the cries of “Wisdom! Be attentive!” which appear at several significant moments of the Byzantine liturgy. They occur, for those who may not know, at the Little Entrance, as the book … Continue reading

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Profoundly Pro-Life Pagan Philosophers?

By Kevin Vost The primary end of marriage is community of life with a view to the procreation of children…. Musonius Rufus, Lecture 13A I envisioned the book The Porch and the Cross: Ancient Stoic Wisdom for Modern Christian Living … Continue reading

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Gerard M. Verschuuren: Science Does Not Give Us a Moral Compass

Quite a few animals have a built-in compass. We don’t exactly know how it works, but it does work. It lets monarch butterflies migrate south in the winter and then back again; it lets honey bees find their nest back; … Continue reading

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The Way of Beauty as Graduate Theology Textbook

The Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology, part of the Graduate Theological Union at Berkeley University in California, is offering a new Certificate in Theological Studies for working artists which features David Clayton’s The Way of Beauty as a core textbook. … Continue reading

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