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Why You Should Read G.K. Chesterton’s “Lepanto” Today

Today is the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary, which was commissioned after the pivotal Battle of Lepanto on October 7, 1571, a key turning point in the history of the world. Muslim forces were threatening to attack both Venice and Rome, which would likely have led to the collapse of Christian Europe. If the Islamic forces had won … Continue reading

Champions of the Rosary: An Interview with Fr. Donald Calloway

Fr. Donald Calloway has one of the most amazing conversion stories I’ve ever come across. He was a modern day Augustine, wrapped up in all the wrong things (and even getting DEPORTED from Japan because things got so bad!) But then through a few providential encounters, which you’ll learn about below, he not only came to know God but discerned … Continue reading

[FREE eBook] “The Our Father: Word by Word” by Jennifer Fulwiler

Jen Fulwiler is one of the smartest, most-accomplished people I know. She’s an atheist-to-Catholic convert, mother of six, a Sirius XM radio host, author of the bestselling memoir Something Other Than God (which I LOVED and interviewed her about), and a blogger at JenniferFulwiler.com (formerly ConversionDiary.com). Jen recently asked several bloggers and writers to contribute to a new eBook she … Continue reading

6 Ways to Turn Your Commute Into a Daily Retreat

I’m a husband. I’m a dad. And I’m confident in my vocation. But that doesn’t mean I’m not drawn to the monastic life. The rhythms of prayer and work, silence and liturgy, study and service beckon like an enchanting voice from another world. I’m sure part of it is the whole “grass is greener on the other side” phenomenon, but … Continue reading

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