WWII

God or the Mob?

“The counter-revolution will not be a contrary revolution, but the contrary of revolution.” — Joseph de Maistre Should Catholics be excommunicated for holding views on race which are found to be insufficiently woke? The Jesuits seem to think so. In a June 1 editorial, America magazine urged Catholics to “hunger for [social] justice like we [...]

The Significance of D-Day

At 0227 hours on the morning of June 6, 1944, Lieutenant Robert Mathias saw the red light flash above the door of his C47 “Dakota” aircraft, signaling his men to get ready to parachute into a terrifying blackness that was streaked with machine-gun tracers and punctuated by exploding rounds from four-barrel 20-millimeter Flakvierling-38 anti-aircraft guns. [...]

Taking Our Greatest Gifts for Granted

Bishop Thomas Tobin of Rhode Island, probably most familiar to InsideCatholic readers for his dust-up with Rep. Patrick Kennedy last November, has recently turned his attention to matters of considerably less interest to the national media -- but one of even more gravity and importance to us Catholics: the Eucharist. ...as Catholics we have the [...]

Yes, I know there is a novel by Turgenev by the same title, but I've never read it, so I feel free to use the title. Do I speak for most sons when I say I will spend my whole life trying to understand my father?  My father, Jack W. Hudson, it seemed, was tougher [...]

Yes, I know there is a novel by Turgenev by the same title, but I've never read it, so I feel free to use the title. Do I speak for most sons when I say I will spend my whole life trying to understand my father?  My father, Jack W. Hudson, it seemed, was tougher [...]

Fathers and Sons

Yes, I know there is a novel by Turgenev by the same title, but I've never read it, so I feel free to use the title. Do I speak for most sons when I say I will spend my whole life trying to understand my father?  My father, Jack W. Hudson, it seemed, was tougher [...]

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