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On False and True Virtue.

On False and True Virtue.


My God, I firmly believe that Thou art here present. I acknowledge that on account of my many sins I am utterly unworthy to appear before Thy sacred countenance. 2,243 more words

Imitation Of Christ

My Old Favorite, T.S. Eliot

I’ve been rereading The Four Quartets.  What a glorious set of poems–and perfect for me to read today.  Today was one of those days which I think everyone has–the kind of day where nothing has gone wrong at all, but for some reason you just feel deeply and unsettlingly not at home (and by this I do not mean Arizona or North Carolina, I mean a state of not-at-home-ness, feeling in a foreign land).     578 more words


The right thing.

You know that whole. Teaching someone how to fish and they’ll know how to fish

I did that three times today, and they were all like, thanks man. 59 more words

On Julius Evola

Yes, I am a huge fan of Julius Evola, but surely not because of the same reasons why others are. All those nazis, fascists and other scumbags, … 120 more words

Thinking Out Loud In Writing

Master Gardener

This isn’t how it’s done.  You brush before the dentist appointment and clean before the maid comes and certainly you pull the weeds before the Master Gardener arrives to look things over in your garden. 1,091 more words



Fourth Week in July

Handling hardships is one of the persistent challenges in life. There are occasions when frustrations accumulate and you feel, really, that you would rather give in or break down. 135 more words

Emotional Prudence (Part 1): The Charioteer of the Heart

By Scott

I recently had the opportunity to sit on a panel of fellow young adult Catholics, hosted by The Goretti Group, discussing authentic masculinity and femininity.   1,636 more words