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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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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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All Things Shining: Martin Heidegger, Terrence Malick, and the Uses of Splendor in Catholic Education

By Michael Martin In the final scene of Terrence Malick’s 1998 film The Thin Red Line we hear the thoughts of Private Edward P. Train (played by John Dee Smith) as he and his surviving comrades sail away from the … Continue reading

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Ryan N.S. Topping: Do Your Students March?

“Hey, Obama, your mama chose life!” That was our favorite chant. We were ‘first-timers’ this year. Sure, we’ve marched before, but this was the first year any of our family had slipped away for the big one, in D.C. This … Continue reading

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