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Brethren Under Fire

The Days of Avoiding Giving Offense Are Over
by S. M. Hutchens


Following St. Nicholas

by James M. Kushiner

False Gods

by S. M. Hutchens

The Ephemeral Man

by Anthony Esolen

Eternal Learning

by Donald T. Williams


Not with Their Children

Hungarians Ban LGBT Indoctrination, Defying the EU
by John D. Martin


Mortal Remains

Weird Christians

by S. M. Hutchens

As It Is Written...

The City Treasurer

by Patrick Henry Reardon

A Thousand Words

Henri Matisse's Chapel of the Rosary

by Mary Elizabeth Podles

From Heavenly Harmony

The Angels Sing, the Shepherds Too

by Ken Myers


Spiritual Colors

"Venite ad me omnes" by Felice Anerio

by Anthony Esolen

Mortal Remains

Why They Won't Dance

by S. M. Hutchens

34.6—Nov/Dec 2021


John Paul the Scribe

An Appreciation of Centesimus Annus on Its 30th Anniversary
by J. Daryl Charles

Saving the Theophanies

How to Restore & Transcend the Middle Ages
by Louis Markos

Letters of the St. Nicholas League

When Once 100,000 Children Wrote the Best Magazine That Ever Was
by J. Douglas Johnson


Fair to Middle Earth

R. V. Young on Refusing a Pinch of Incense to Imperial Progressivism

Is Santa Claus Real?

Rebecca Sicree on Faërian Drama & the End of Enchantment

The Morgul Blade

Keith Lowery on Experiencing Grief at Christmastime

Virgin Mother & Child

Joshua Steely on Fourteen Theses on the Virgin Birth

book reviews

Not the Best Case

Paradise and Utopia: The Rise and Fall of What the West Once Was Vol. I: The Age of Paradise: Christendom from Pentecost to the First Millennium;
reviewed by Gary W. Jenkins

Fully Armored

Arthur Carl Piepkorn: Chaplain to the Greatest Generation by John Hannah
reviewed by Mark A. Jumper

Missing Persons

Delightful People by Stephen Schmalhofer
reviewed by Thomas Banks


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