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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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We shall set hand to help you thither to us

Writing in Crisis Magazine, K. V. Turley on Purgatory and the too-good-to-be-true story that was true… Sometimes you hear stories too good to be true. This was just such a story. It returned to my mind this month as it … Continue reading

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put in question basic issues now treated as settled

Source Crisis Magazine James Kalb writes on how to Escape Egalitarian Tyranny with Socratic Questioning. This is a short but intense essay on how the modern world thinks (insofar as it does) and how Catholics may challenge those thoughts. The … Continue reading

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the trembling voyage

Humans are complex beings. In this article, K. V. Turley LCWC describes how a rebel met a holy priest. Brendan Behan: Rebel, Writer, Penitent at Crisis Magazine The name of Brendan Behan—rebel, hell-raiser, and writer—is rarely linked with the word … Continue reading

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A Sign of Contradiction

Fooishness was never so appealing… LCWC member, K. V. Turley writes about The Holy Fool on Screen for Crisis magazine. Saint or psycho? The Holy Fool is a man or woman perceived as foolish in the eyes of the world but … Continue reading

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