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Confessions of an English Immigrantby Joseph Pearce
My latest article for the Imaginative Conservative describes my view as an English immigrant of my adoptive home in the United States.
Preview of the May/June Issue of the St. Austin Reviewby Joseph Pearce
The next issue of the St. Austin Review is winging its way to the printers. The theme of this edition is “Science and Orthodoxy: The Legacy of Fr. Stanley L. Jaki”. Considering the science-related theme, I hope you will consider forwarding this to any of your scientist colleagues who might be interested.
Dante and the Papacyby Daniel J. Heisey
If a Catholic layman criticizes a Pope, other critics of the Church say he is brave and open-minded; if a Pope were to criticize a layman, those critics would call the Pope repressive and judgmental. Along these lines, less important is Dante Alighieri using his Divine Comedy to condemn Pope Boniface VIII or other Bishops of Rome to the depths of the Inferno, than how a modern Pope has appreciated and promoted Dante.