• BRING BACK THE LOWLY ALTAR BOY

    by Beverly Stevens, REGINA Editor With all the hullabaloo on this topic, I have tried valiantly to avoid having a  knee-jerk opinion on altar girls. Now, however, I have actually spent some time thinking about it. And I do have an opinion, based on my…

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  • Mrs. Forsyth Explains

    Anne Forsyth is Director of College Relations and  Assistant to the President of Thomas Aquinas College. The College, considered one of the nation’s finest private Catholic  colleges, today faces one of the gravest challenges in its history. The US Supreme Court is hearing arguments by the…

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  • Those Hilarious Anti-Catholic Haters

    by Beverly Stevens, REGINA Editor Running a popular Catholic e-Magazine and Facebook Page  (1.5 million people saw our posts last month) has given the admins at REGINA Magazine a closer familiarity than most with that curious species, the Anti-Catholic Bigot. While many may have assumed…

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  • In the Steps of the Great English Catholic Writers

    A Summer Experience Exploring Tolkien, Shakespeare & Chesterton in Oxford   By Beverly De Soto Photos: Michael Durnan, Fr. Jeffrey Keyes & Beverly De Soto In the summer of 2007, Stratford and Leonie Caldecott founded a unique summer school in Oxford, England to bring together extraordinary…

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  • A Very English Education

    Homeschooling in England They have been carrying on, in the time-honored English manner. Amanda Lewin (left) runs the monthly Catholic Home Schooling group at the Oxford Oratory. Her blog is designed to support Catholic families battling with the UK secular system. Kathryn Hennessey lives in Reading,…

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  • A Catholic Miracle in Shangri-La

    Today, it’s the Shangri-la of college campuses. But it was not always so. The Catholics who founded Thomas Aquinas College in 1969 were laymen taking on an enormous challenge, unheard of at a time when Catholic schools were universally administered by the clergy. And the…

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  • Thoughts on A Young Man’s Vocation

    By Charles Bradshaw Photo Credit: Harry Stevens It was early on a cool Palm Sunday morning in 2008 that I found myself a few centimetres away from the High Altar on St Peter’s Square, ready for Mass with Pope Benedict XVI. From the sagrato or…

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  • Finis noster principium nostrum

    Starting Up the Only All-Boys Catholic School in Oklahoma By Donna Sue Berry Photo Credit: Brycie Matthews Loepp   Is a boy capable of mastering himself? Discerning his God-given vocation? Leading his future family? These days, in the teeth of an ideologically-driven U.S. education culture…

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