Fabulae Mirabiles

In his article, How to Conquer the "Fear of Missing Out" at The Imaginative Conservative, John Horvat II bluntly calls FoMO “a weariness for spiritual things” and goes on to give the concise solution to this unhealthy anxiety that is currently so prevalent.

Whatever you do, though, don’t miss out on Whiskey Catholic’s Book Review: Fairy Tales in Latin. What better way to start inculcating some of that Latin into your life and that of your children than reading them the good old fairy tales in the language of the Church?

Tomorrow, 13 June, is the feast day of St. Anthony of Padua. Catholic Harbor of Faith and Morals has a wonderful biography written by Fr. Francis Xavier Weninger in 1877 entitled St. Anthony of Padua, Confessor. The number of miracles performed by this Saint during his life is truly astonishing. “Who can count all the miracles God wrought through this Saint, or who can sufficiently praise the wonderful gifts with which he was graced? More than once it happened that at the same time when he was standing in the pulpit to preach, he appeared also in the choir and sang the lesson of the daily office of the Church…”

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