Tag Archives: Crisis Magazine

who is He?

Source: Crisis Magazine K. V. Turley reviews a series of films about the mysterious Turin Shroud… It was sometime in the late 1970s—or was it the early 1980s? The priest in charge marched us to the school’s lecture theatre where … Continue reading

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a new order was slowly born

Source: Crisis Magazine K. V. Turley finds St. Thomas More via London Bridge. If you stand on London Bridge and look east you will see the Tower of London. It was on a small hill behind the Tower that, in 1535, … Continue reading

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rows and rows of empty seats in the court reserved for the press

Source: Crisis Magazine K. V. Turley reviews A new book Gosnell: The Untold Story of America’s Most Prolific Serial Killer by Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer – the story of a tragedy that the media seemed to want to ignore. The … Continue reading

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the bureaucratic response he got was as indifferent as it was inhuman

Source: Crisis Magazine K. V. Turley tells a wretched tale: Belgium’s acceptance of euthanasia. A middle-aged man wheels his disabled daughter through a public park. They have enjoyed their visit there. The young woman likes to look at the flowers. … Continue reading

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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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