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The Gentle Traditionalist: Chapter One

Editor’s Note: In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, we present you with the first chapter of The Gentle Traditionalist by Roger Buck. Chapter One GPL. Those are my initials. You’ll hear my full name later. But let’s start with those. … Continue reading

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Ireland and the Embers of Christendom

Today, I greet you, dear Reader, from the rural northwest of Ireland. It is where, by the Grace of God, I now live ― although fifty-two years ago I started out in Los Angeles as an (unbaptised) American child of British parents. The … Continue reading

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