Of Simple Poets and Real Catholic Schools

Our Lady of Loreto

Here are two posts that help us understand how profoundly and quickly everyday American culture has changed since the revolutionary 1960s:  First up is a Front Porch essay by Anthony Esolen in which he introduces us to a poet beloved by everyday folk in the early part of the 20th century.  Second, Rorate shares a short video by the SSPX on its flagship school, St. Mary's Academy and College, in St. Mary's, KS.  Rorate's title, "Catholic education:  What we have lost, and hope for the future," is telling.

So you think you know what a Christmas carol is?  NLM's Charles Cole's short explanation may change your mind.

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