Tag Archives: Crisis Magazine

she awaits the return of her true King

Join K. V. Turley as he undertakes a royal pilgrimage… The hour was early and the season summer. In the brightness of the morning air, and with the silence of the city streets all around, I set out. In this … Continue reading

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people have a right to a good name

K. V. Turley LCWC issues a plea, perhaps a demand, that the ‘ghoulish game’ of chasing Jack the Ripper ends. In the late autumn of 1888, five women were brutally murdered in Whitechapel, London. All were prostitutes; all were living in squalor; … Continue reading

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Safety vs Danger

Source Crisis Magazine K. V. Turley LCWC on St. Thomas More and the Birth of New Hollywood. The Death of a Saint and the birth of the anti-hero in cinema. In 1967, the 39th Academy Awards were dominated by one … Continue reading

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a soul in bliss

In The Case for Catholic Shakespeare (Crisis Magazine), Kenneth Colton outlines the evidence that points to WS being a man of Rome but explains why we ought to be wary of it too. Wary… but not disbelieving. Unlike the conspiracy theory … Continue reading

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Miraculous

Crisis Magazine. K. V. Turley on endings and beginnings in the spiritual journey of Catholic writer, Joseph Pearce. Be careful what you read—it may change you, for better or worse. In the case of Joseph Pearce, his early reading made … Continue reading

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We have nowhere else to go

K. V. Turley in Crisis Magazine on a brave attempt to record the persecution of Christians under the black flag of ISIS. A young boy, 10 years old or so, faces the camera. Like many young boys he is happy … Continue reading

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The first pope had seen the footprints

Who can be trusted? K. V. Turley LCWC on The Chair of St. Peter and the Apollo Moon Hoax at Crisis Magazine. We live in the age of conspiracies. What, if anything, do they tell us about the world we … Continue reading

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