• Modern Millennial Medievalists

    He’s not even thirty years old, but James Griffin already has quite a bit of life experience – a conversion from Seventh Day Adventism, a baby born out of wedlock, a wedding celebrated in the usus antiquor in traditional Indonesian dress. He also has a…

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  • Tradition Comes To Rome — On Film

    PHOTOS BY: Rinascimento Sacro The Eternal City glows amber, gold and umber in October; it is perhaps the very best time of year to experience Rome. In recent years, the third week of October has seen an extraordinary gathering of Catholics from all over the…

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  • Beauty That Can Save The World

    PHOTO CREDITS: Claudio Pulicati and Maria Vittoria Ferrari His name is Giancarlo Polenghi and he is the Academic Director of the Sacred Art School in Florence, where he also teaches Theology and Aesthetics. The Sacred Art School was begun just three short years ago with…

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  • Splendor in the City

    Sacra Liturgia USA in New York City KNIGHTS AND DAMES OF MALTA IN THEIR TRADITIONAL REGALIA ARRIVE FOR MASS at New York’s Sacra Liturgia Conference, June 1, 2015 (PHOTO CREDIT: Stuart Chessman) “THE PURPOSE OF SACRA LITURGIA IS TO PROMOTE IN AN ACTIVE WAY THE…

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  • The Heart of A Catholic Artist

    By Martinho Correia For as long as I remember, I have drawn. My mother still has drawings of mine from kindergarten. Like many others of my generation, I copied comics in order to learn how to draw. Growing up I really wanted to be a…

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  • NYPD Catholic

    The Story of the Patrolman’s Fraternity of St. Michael By Matthew Reid, New York Police Department Catholic Cops The police profession, harking back to the very first days of American policing in the 1840’s, has always been a heavily Irish Catholic profession.  That being said, later…

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  • Who Needs Men in Church?

    By Joseph Shaw Cardinal Burke recently gave a rather controversial interview on the crisis of men in the Church. The lack of men in most Catholic churches in the West is there for all to see; looking at those most involved in parish life—readers, Extraordinary…

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  • A Catholic Bride

    Six Beautiful Brides On Why A Catholic Marriage is Different SISTERS SUSAN AND ELIZABETH TOFFLER prepare for their double wedding in Portland, Oregon. “We believe Catholic marriage is a way to unite the human with the Divine; we are cooperating with God’s Will for our…

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  • Day Thirteen on the Camino of St James

    Excerpted from Along the Way from REGINA Press By Losana Boyd Slept okay, even after all the midnight maneuvering. I wake up feeling excited…today is the day! Who cares about being rested? A quick juice and coffee, and I am off. The morning is cool…

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