Topic: renaissance

May Byron’s Vegetable Book: Containing Over 750 Recipes for the Cooking and Preparation of Vegetables 1916 In Europe, with the fall of the Roman empire, vegetables seem to have declined in popul ... discuss

It is better to be feared than to be loved.  I’m not interested in preserving the status quo; I want to overthrow it. ~ Machiavelli Biography Niccolò di Bernardo dei Machiavelli (1469-1527) w ... discuss

The Daily Signal Producer Kelsey Harkness (@kelseyjharkness): Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal yesterday accused the Obama administration of making energy more expensive with the goal of making Americans ... discuss

Jonathan K. Dodson is the founding pastor of City Life church in Austin, Texas. His new book is The Unbelievable Gospel: Say Something Worth Believing (resource website here). In the Huffingt ... discuss

A new art exhibit opening tonight at the China Institute in New York City sheds light on the monumental human rights issues presented by China’s ongoing one-child policy — in which over 40 milli ... discuss

Did you know Assyria was the world's first empire?It was located in what is today Syria and Iraq.It was mentioned by name in the Book of Genesis, chapter 1, verse 14:"And the name of the third rive ... discuss

28 August AD 430 Saint Augustine was one of the greatest of the Latin church fathers and was among the most significant influences in the formation of Western Christianity, including Lutheranism. He w ... discuss

[For the next four days, I will be reprinting in its full length a Facebook post from a seminarian, Anthony J. J. Mathison. I’ve done some minor detail work — replacing straight quotation marks wi ... discuss

I own this series on DVD because it is the best documentary on the Renaissance that I have seen. This is the first of four one-hour videos that were produced by PBS. In this episode, wealthy Florentin ... discuss

One thing is for certain: we all find ourselves, either consciously or unconsciously, immersed in an ocean of turbulent societal anxiety. This is not the turmoil and anxiety caused by any one particul ... discuss

G. K. Chesterton once wisely remarked that “there is a great deal of difference between an eager man who wants to read a book and a tired man who wants a book to read.” It may be true that ... discuss

Discourtesy of the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reasonand Science.New Atheists have a tendency to ask questions about Scripture and Christian belief they intend to be purely rhetorical but which rev ... discuss

One might think we were living back in the days of the Renaissance. Tremendously high expenses for “luxurious” buildings by the Bishop of Limburg have brought him into the headlines as the “Prot ... discuss

"I think this movement within philosophy to a renaissance of Christian thinking is the brightest hope for what's happening in American culture today in terms of religious impact. The university is the ... discuss

Although I love straw bale houses, New England is not a big wheat producing region with lots of waste straw to bale. I'm not certain, but I think straw would have to be imported for a Connecticut h ... discuss

“The perception that C.S Lewis was a ‘dinosaur’- a massive beast whose values and working methods are ill-adapted to the modern the world- has been reinforced by changing scholarly habits since ... discuss

Patrick B. McGuigan by Patrick B, McGuigan, Center for Educational Freedom, Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs: You might say, in the immortal words of Charles Dickens, that when it comes to educ ... discuss

Before the trees in Denver turned fiery red and snow began to swirl and blow, our motley crew at the evil Planned Parenthood child sacrifice center were paid a visit by a businessman from Wyoming.Our ... discuss

Columbia University’s copy is not working at the time of this post, so it’s being republished here. — Text of Address by Alexander Solzhenitsyn at Harvard Class Day Afternoon Exercis ... discuss

The Euthanasia Symposium 2013 is at the Renaissance Marriott hotel in downtown Toronto November 8 - 9, 2013.  Link. Come meet the world leaders and learn from their experienc ... discuss

o'dacity has hope to 'fundamentallly change' and end 3,000 years of bloodshed in the region.  I suspect o'mam is counting on the opposite. -- rfh From: American Minute S ... discuss

28 August AD 430 Saint Augustine was one of the greatest of the Latin church fathers and was among the most significant influences in the formation of Western Christianity, including Lutheranism. He w ... discuss

Hot Springs, S.D., Aug 27, 2013 / 05:48 pm (CNA).- Author Joseph Bottum says that while parts of his controversial article on Catholic responses to “gay marriage” may have been unclear, he ... discuss

(Vatican Radio ) Hidden away in the heart of Rome, up an elegant flight of travertine steps lies the imposing Renaissance Church of Saint Augustine. ...»… Read the restThe post Celebrating Sai ... discuss

By MARY ELLEN BORK | Scripture says, when finding a treasure, some people sell everything and buy it. A treasure not for sale but for contemplation is a small exhibit of medieval and Renaiss ... discuss

The time is here… Transcript Time. First stages are unfolding and I’ve found myself with burning eyes from researching online. So far I’ve come up with a list (which I borrowed from ... discuss

WARNING! SPOILERS AHEAD. (That is if you want to read Inferno of your own free will.)So I recently had the displeasure of reading Dan Brown's new novel, Inferno, because I heard it had transhuma ... discuss

I discovered this speech when a friend sent me a link from OrthodoxyToday.com. This is one of the most relevant and prophetic speeches concerning the dangers of modernism and secular humanism that I h ... discuss

Vatican Pavilion for the first time at the Venice Biennale - "2.8 million euros thrown out of the window" At the Venice Biennale, which from 1 June takes place for the 55th time, for the first ti ... discuss

6 April AD 1528 Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528), a native of Nuernberg, Germany, was one of the most learned of Renaissance artists and ranked among the great minds of Humanism. His paintings and woo ... discuss

15 February AD 1621, transferred to 17 February Lutheran musician, composer, and musicologist Michael Praetorius (Prätorius) was born in Kreuzburg, Thuringia to Pastor and Mrs. Michael Schultheis (o ... discuss

"The great intellectual tradition that comes down to us from the past was never interrupted or lost through such trifles as the sack of Rome, the triumph of Attila, or all the barbarian invasions of t ... discuss

Morton Blackwell and Over 100 Other Leading Conservatives was sent via the Coalitions for America to U.S. House and Senate Republicans: An Open Letter to U.S. House and Senate RepublicansDear Republic ... discuss

Clive Staples Lewis ("Jack" Lewis to his friends) was a tutor and lecturer at Oxford University, and later Professor of Medieval and Renaissance English Literature at Cambridge University. In the judg ... discuss

Mad Men Being Purged by Contributing Author Ralph Benko and Co-author Andresen Blom: The American electorate, in an act of magnificently creative destruction, just purged the Republican Party of the ... discuss

Karl Rove by Ralph Benko, Contributing Author: Liberals do not grasp the distinction between Ronald Reagan and (either) George Bush.   This blind spot creates a massive confusion and haza ... discuss

14 November AD 565 Justinian, Christian Ruler and Confessor of Christ, was emperor of the East from A.D. 527 to 565, during the time of decline of the Roman Empire. Aided by his beautiful and capable ... discuss

31 October AD 1517 The beginnings of the Reformation came well before its birth date. Renaissance Humanism ushered in an age of classical studies, including the teaching of Greek and Hebrew. This pave ... discuss

“The best way to drive out the devil, if he will not yield to texts of Scripture, is to jeer and flout him, for he cannot bear scorn.” — Martin Luther “The devill … the pr ... discuss

Is Obama a Homosexual? John Craig, Just Not Said When I first heard a few days ago that Obama might be gay, my initial reaction was, that’s ridiculous. He’s married, has two kids, and he&# ... discuss

 September 12 is the Feast of the Most Holy Name of the Blessed Virgin.In accordance with Jewish custom our Lady's parents named her eight days after her birth, and were inspired to call her Mary ... discuss

28 August AD 430 Saint Augustine was one of the greatest of the Latin church fathers and was among the most significant influences in the formation of Western Christianity, including Lutheranism. He w ... discuss

Brothers and Sisters: Peace be with you! The first similarity between the Catholic and the Orthodox Churches I wish to explore is the commitment that both Churches have to receive, transmit, and reve ... discuss

On Wednesday, Mark Levin interviewed "Vice President In Waiting, Paul Ryan."I like the sound of that!Levin touched on several key issues. He asked straightforward questions and Ryan gave excellent, st ... discuss

In his piece today at NRO , Victor Davis Hanson addresses Barack Obama's disregard for truth and propensity for making up facts to suit the narrative, noting that although H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and ... discuss

Part IPart IIPart IIIThe next question:Do you have set subjects that must be tackled by the laws of the state? If not, what plan did you follow for coming up with his coursework or are you using a cu ... discuss

Festa Italiana starts today!Celebrating 35 years - "It's Food. It's Family. It's Tradizione."Celebrating its 35th anniversary, Festa Italiana is the largest Italian event of its kind in America today. ... discuss

Brethren, Peace and Good to you. The Huffington Post is hosting at this time a video discussion by Jacob Soboron, Laura Mangan, Paul Raushenbush, and Roberta Lavin, on the future of th ... discuss

Apparently we have arrived.The Daily Kos, a fairly well-known clearinghouse for the Left, has taken note of our efforts and "operations", and found us of sufficient interest that they decided to raise ... discuss

My best find (and I only showed pics of some of the cool stuff there), was this. It is true that he has a suit, but it is also true that he inherited it from Strider, who is wider than the Boy, and th ... discuss

I reproduce below the text of a 2009 blog post regarding the candidature of Bishop Arthur Roche for the Archdiocese of Westminster.  He has today been appointed Secretary to the Congregation f ... discuss

In May I made a prediction about how the Main Stream Media PC gang would review For Greater Glory. (here & here) While expecting a few to be fair, I added " For the rest, watch the reviews b ... discuss

The Saints of the Day for June 22 are St. Thomas More and St. John Fisher.St. Thomas MoreHis belief that no lay ruler has jurisdiction over the church of Christ cost Thomas More his life.Beheaded on T ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for June 21 is St. Aloysius Gonzaga.The people who mass-produce statues and holy cards have done St. Aloysius Gonzaga no favors. The standard image of the saint as a frail, doe-ey ... discuss

Today is the memorial of St. Aloysius Gonzaga.The people who mass-produce statues and holy cards have done St. Aloysius Gonzaga no favors. The standard image of the saint as a frail, doe-eyed novice h ... discuss

This excellent article makes a very important point: Magna Carta did not create new rights for the Church, barons or people anymore than did the English or American Bill of Rights.  Magna Carta w ... discuss

or Ealhwine, nicknamed Albinus or Flaccus (c. 735 – May 19, 804) was a scholar, ecclesiastic, poet and teacher from York, England. He was born around 735 and became the student of Egbert at York. A ... discuss

I subscribe to GBTV in order to watch news, current events analysis, commentary, and see interviews with informative guests not often seen on main stream media ...and for documentaries li ... discuss

Might Catholic higher education have a sunrise coming upon its very black night?This is big news for Catholic higher education.  The Pope called for a return to fidelity in 2008 during his visit ... discuss

5 May AD 1525 Frederick the Wise, elector of Saxony from 1486 to 1525, was Martin Luther's sovereign in the early years of the Reformation. Indeed, were it not for Frederick, there might not have been ... discuss

Yes, Eleventh Doctor, I'll get to it as soon as I'm done with this post. ;)A few things have finally happened and it's making me both nervous and excited.  First: it FINALLY hit me that I'm basic ... discuss

I am sure I'm rather late to the game on this, but just this week I took the time to sit down and browse many of Amazon's free MP3 downloads. I've been reloading my iPod so I can have music to listen ... discuss

This article from Dave Weigel in Slate shows a perfect example of how Conservative INC. grows and multiples like buckthorn to crowd out the native plants. Here is Herman Cain unveiling his new role as ... discuss

Hungary’s Ambassador to the Holy See is rather perplexed by the negative reaction of some European figures and institutions to his country’s new Constitution — a document he sees as offering ... discuss

6 April AD 1528Transferred or Canceled for Good FridayAlbrecht Dürer (1471-1528), a native of Nuernberg, Germany, was one of the most learned of Renaissance artists and ranked among the great min ... discuss

Time once again for our usual midday Wednesday feature.music by Gregorio Allegri (1582-1652) around 1630. It is one of the finest and most popular examples of renaissance polyphony. It is often heard ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for April 4 is St. Isidore.St. Isidore is the patron saint of the Internet and the author of the first encyclopedia ever written, called "Etymologiae." In 20 volumes, St. Isidore ... discuss

Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated 44 years ago today. On April 3, 1968, King delivered his final public speech.The next day, he was killed."I've Been to the Mountaintop"TranscriptThank you very ... discuss

With the onset of the Renaissance, the Western World saw not only improved medicine, transportation methods, and artwork but also music.  Before the Renaissance, the vast majority of music was de ... discuss

Was born in Siberia on August 26, 1797, and was named John Popov. While in seminary at Irkutsk, he spent so much time with Bishop Benjamin that the dean gave him the name "Veniaminov" (son of Benjamin ... discuss

From The Wall Street JournalBy Joel Henning Great Hall, Folger Shakespeare Library There are 232 surviving First Folios of the works of William Shakespeare, and the world's largest collection of th ... discuss

The first month I did this every week because I needed to keep myself on a tighter chain. Then I thought I'd start once a month.  This would be that- only ten days later than it should be.  ... discuss

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Bookmark this page :   http://www.fightpp.org/ Excerpts:Life Decisions International (LDI) brings together many of North America's leading experts for its primary mission of challenging ... discuss

Upcoming conferences – 2012   Mises Institute: Circle at Furman Location: Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina Date: Feb. 25 Topic: War: Big Government’s Best Friend Speakers ... discuss

The Renaissance was a cultural movement from the 1300's to the 1600's AD. It was a time of great art and a return back to the intellectual and classical works of the ancient period (i.e. Greeco-Roman ... discuss

Today is a special day for my community. It is the feast of Blessed Fra Angelico.Bl. John of Fiesole, popularly known as Bl. Fra Angelico, was a Dominican painter in the mid-fifteenth century kno ... discuss

15 February AD 1621, transferred to 17 FebruaryLutheran musician, composer, and musicologist Michael Praetorius (Prätorius) was born in Kreuzburg, Thuringia to Pastor and Mrs. Michael Schultheis (or ... discuss

Yes, I know it's not proper grammar. And, yes, I HAVE done coursework (read 70+ pages so far today) so I am not procrastinating. This is my break from fact cramming. :)I've been doing "music purge" on ... discuss

This is interesting. John Tabin has a post at AmSpec discussing the racism charge that is being leveled against CPAC for allowing ProEnglish to organize a panel on multiculturalism. Tabin’s post ... discuss

This writer is packing to leave Ohio tomorrow morning, for the trip back east. But while that's going on, we want to leave you with a little something. It occurred to us while in Dayton last night, be ... discuss

Spread devotion to our Eucharistic Lord."The growth in understanding the Eucharist will open the greatest renaissance in the history of Christianity." ~Servant of God, Fr. John A. Hardo ... discuss

Simcha Fisher has taught me it's hilarious and sometimes disturbing and sorta poetic to see what key words people search to find your blog. Some "found" poems, then. (P.S. I very rarely consult my sta ... discuss

Doubtless you’ve already read two or three posts from other people explaining why the House of Representatives’ proposed Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA)[*] is such a horrendously bad piece of legisl ... discuss

Out of all of the wonderful musical CDs that I have reviewed for Jade Music, my recent review of "A Blessed Day Has Dawned: Sacred Choral Music: Palestrina, Laude, Gregorian Chant" is probably my favo ... discuss

In his classic concert film Bill Cosby: Himself, the storytelling comedian talks about the natural childbirth of his and his wife’s first daughter, Erika.  Cosby, who has an earned doctorate in ... discuss

Here is another excellent educational video revealing more truth about Islam’s core beliefs and America blindness toward them and the threat of Islam.  This is the third and last of a brief ser ... discuss

Here is another educational video revealing more truth about Islam’s core beliefs and America blindness toward them and the threat of Islam.  This is the first of a brief series that explores t ... discuss

A great article by Marybeth Hicks. Call it an occupational hazard, but I can’t look at the Occupy Wall Street protesters without thinking, “Who parented these people?” As a culture c ... discuss

When a research group in New York City studied the  statistics for abortion in the various areas they discovered a strangely low number of abortions in zip code 11219.  Gregory Pfundstein of the Chi ... discuss

Clive Staples Lewis ("Jack" Lewis to his friends) was a tutor and lecturer at Oxford University, and later Professor of Medieval and Renaissance English Literature at Cambridge University. In the judg ... discuss

14 November AD 565Justinian, Christian Ruler and Confessor of Christ, was emperor of the East from A.D. 527 to 565, during the time of decline of the Roman Empire. Aided by his beautiful and capable w ... discuss

My family connection to Harry Kale is a bit of a stretch even by my standards. My wife's sister married his son. Still, from the moment Flossie and David tied the knot, lo these many years ago, Ha ... discuss

Fr. Groeschel Merrimack, NH (MetroCatholic) -  On Saturday, December 3, the Thomas More College of Liberal Arts will host its annual President’s Council Dinner in downtown Boston featuring Fr. Be ... discuss

6 November AD 1632*Throughout history, God has raised up and blessed many wise kings, wily generals, and heroic fighting men. In Gustav II Adolf, He did all three — and to that mix He added pas ... discuss

Historians spend their life looking backwards. Futurists spend their life looking forward. My goal has been to blend the two disciplines into one seamless endeavor. When I was studying to become a ... discuss

This review is also appearing in my A Free Mind column at Patheos.Since my conversion, I have read many a book about saints, angels, prayer, virtues, and all those good Catholic subjects. Reviewing th ... discuss

September 12 is the Feast of the Most Holy Name of Mary.In accordance with Jewish custom our Lady's parents named her eight days after her birth, and were inspired to call her Mary. The feast of the H ... discuss

"Man is himself, like the universe he inhabits, like the demoniacal stirrings of the ooze from which he sprang, a tale of desolations. He walks in his mind from birth to death the long resounding shor ... discuss

"I don't make jokes.  I just watch the government and report the facts." ~ Will RogersOutside of the killings, Washington has one of the lowest crime rates in the country. -- Mayor Marion Ba ... discuss

28 August AD 430Saint Augustine was one of the greatest of the Latin church fathers and was among the most significant influences in the formation of Western Christianity, including Lutheranism. He wa ... discuss

I am looking at this posting over at HotAir.com. I cannot comment over there, because I do not have access. I did not even watch that idiotic video, nor do I want to. No, Ron Paul is not the “On ... discuss

I am looking at this posting over at HotAir.com. I cannot comment over there, because I do not have access. I did not even watch that idiotic video, nor do I want to. No, Ron Paul is not the “On ... discuss

Contact: W. Scott Brown, Christian Leadership Alliance, 703-597-8413 SAN CLEMENTE, Calif., Aug. 15, 2011 /Christian Newswire/ -- Christian Leadership Alliance (CLA) announced today that David Dahlin ... discuss

Harry Potter and the Christian Magicians | John C. Wright's Journal The voice of reason in the Harry Potter debate tags: ... discuss

Want to know why Archbishop Chaput is the right choice to clean up the mess in Philadelphia and why he'll bring a renaissance to the Catholic Church there? Then this article is for you! New Philad ... discuss

How to get the best bargains consignment shops Are you interested in buying stuff for your own home? Don’t go to a consignment store near a depressed area. Chances are, the stuff there are flammable ... discuss

  From: donl Sent: Sunday, July 10, 2011 Subject:  Pathological Narcissist      Dr.  Sam Vaknin is an Israeli psychologist.  Interesting view on our presid ... discuss

Today we commemorate Ulrich of Augsburg. According to Margaret Odrowaz-Sypniewski:St. Ulrich was born in 890 in Augsburg, Germany. He was the son of the Renaissance noble Hupald, Count of Dillingen/Co ... discuss

Scholars authenticate a painting that was missing for centuries  From ARTnewsBy Milton Esterow Leonardo's Salvator Mundi, before restoration. A painting by Leonardo da Vinci that was lost for ... discuss

There is special pleasure in this post, since your editor is a somewhat distant relation of the Grimaldi family.  We wish Their Serene Highnesses a very blessed, happy, fruitful and long life tog ... discuss

Very strange ... I made a couple of minor corrections, and it re-published. This is probably due to the issues Blogger was having last weekend (5/13/11). Ah, well, here it is again: Do enough readi ... discuss

The National Policy Institute’s first public conference will take place in Washington, DC, on September 10, 2011 from 9am to 10pm EST in the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, ju ... discuss

From The National Catholic ReporterBy John L. Allen, Jr. A funny thing has happened as the story of a recent Vatican crackdown on a legendary monastery in Rome has made its way into the English-lang ... discuss

or Ealhwine, nicknamed Albinus or Flaccus (c. 735 – May 19, 804) was a scholar, ecclesiastic, poet and teacher from York, England. He was born around 735 and became the student of Egbert at York. A ... discuss

From astronomy to philosophy Catholics have made an extraordinary contribution to western civilisation, says Fr Andrew Pinsent From The Catholic Herald (UK)By Father Andrew Pinsent Physicist Stephe ... discuss

 A heartfelt, encouraging new book provides Catholic families with a model of the civilization of love.Author Chantal Howard wrote The School of the Family to witness to other families. The since ... discuss

Do enough reading around the Catholic blogosphere, and you’ll see some anonymous “Bright” who’s left a sneering comparison between belief in God and belief in Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, f ... discuss

5 May AD 1525Frederick the Wise, elector of Saxony from 1486 to 1525, was Martin Luther's sovereign in the early years of the Reformation. Indeed, were it not for Frederick, there might not have been ... discuss

Whyam I pro-life? The simple answer is: I love life!Asa Christian, I believe that life is a free, unmerited gift from God, not acommodity which we can use and abuse as we think fit. The questions I al ... discuss

Dear Whole Foods Market,Whole Foods Market, Inc.550 Bowie StreetAustin, TX 78703-4644I write to ask if your company will be continuing to support Planned Parenthood even though the mega-abortion busin ... discuss

Besides the stationary and envelopes, pens and stamps, and the dessert treats, an effective letter-writing party needs direction and appropriate contact information. A little preparation pays off in b ... discuss

From the ArchivesQ: I recently had to put down a beloved pet cat. Is there any hope from Scripture that she is in heaven or do animals just cease to exist?A: I am truly sorry to hear this. I’ve alwa ... discuss

From Michael Voris via The Vortex - The Institutional Response: What should the attitude be of the foot soldiers in this counter-revolutionary thrust? With regard to Our Blessed Lord .. you ... discuss

6 April AD 1528Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528), a native of Nuernberg, Germany, was one of the most learned of Renaissance artists and ranked among the great minds of Humanism. His paintings and woodc ... discuss

No, I'm not talking about tonight's NCAA women's basketball final. At which institution does your kid have a better chance of retaining and growing in his or her Catholic faith and identity? I'm not a ... discuss

"I've Been to the Mountaintop"TranscriptThank you very kindly, my friends. As I listened to Ralph Abernathy and his eloquent and generous introduction and then thought about myself, I wondered who he ... discuss

Was born in Siberia on August 26, 1797, and was named John Popov. While in seminary at Irkutsk, he spent so much time with Bishop Benjamin that the dean gave him the name "Veniaminov" (son of Benjamin ... discuss

I figure if I document and share some of the ways we're observing Lent, we might be inspired to make the most of it. So here's the first (and I hope not the last) installment of what I'll call, "2011: ... discuss

From The Plain Dealer: Jerzy J. Maciuszko promoted libraries and Polish culture Berea — Jerzy Janusz “George” Maciuszko was a leading librarian and Polish scholar. Maciuszko died Mar ... discuss

     I heard a brief news segment on the radio about one of the gun shops that sold one of the involved AK-47's.  The store had repeatedly called ATF advising it about th ... discuss

Five for Sorrow, Ten for Joy by Rumer GoddenThis is an inspiring tale of conversion and redemption told in flashback sequence. We meet Lise when she is being released from prison where she has serv ... discuss

Nearly 2,400 delegates from across the U.S. attended the Tea Party Patriot American Policy Summit to hear ideas about restoring America’s greatness. Supporters stand and cheer on Texas Republic ... discuss

From: kd Sent: Monday, February 14, 2011Subject: some Muslim Brotherhood organizations B:  Here is a site you might find interesting.....KDsource:  http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/esp ... discuss

Event will be held tonight at Mario’s Restaurant in Webster, Texas on December 21, 2010 The friends and family of Matthew A. Coles would like to share with the public an inspiring story of hope, gr ... discuss

Stelae were used vancouver and still no. Effectively subtracted from belgium because only practiced by aborted and foundation. Reactions that terminates to favorite ice cited as getting a ... discuss

Christ Enthroned Almighty and everlasting God, whose will it is to restore all things in your well beloved Son, the King of kings and Lord of lords: Mercifully grant that the peoples ... discuss

Whilst in Florence earlier this year I was fortunate enough to visit the convent and the museum of San Marco. Founded in the 13th century and enlarged in 1437 when Dominican monks from nearby Fiesole ... discuss

I have been amused over the past six years at the alternating criticisms of Bush as being either the dumbest president in history or the most cunning and evil president ever. Over time this criticism ... discuss

Where you live might determine your favored deadly sin. At least according to this troubling article in Forbes magazine.More disconcerting to me is the 'fun' attitude with which they give grizzly stat ... discuss

I found this while I was visiting Renaissance Blogger, and couldn't resist joining in.If you'd also like to play, it's really simple. Just copy & paste - then bold everything you've done =)01. Bought ... discuss

Where you live might determine your favored deadly sin. At least according to this troubling article in Forbes magazine.More disconcerting to me is the 'fun' attitude with which they give grizzly stat ... discuss

esentative Bean, Last April, my mother went in for a colonoscopy. Her doctor recommended it because she was presenting with anemia and having some gastro-intestinal discomfort. She’ll be 70 year ... discuss

Of the many inaugural balls, the one that's getting the most attention is one that Barack Obama didn't attend.Obama made history again by being a no-show at the Salute to Heroes Inaugural Ball.Obama s ... discuss

When David Cuddy decided to run against Senator Ted Stevens for the Republican nomination for the US Senate in Alaska, he had no idea that Stevens was going to be indicted on federal corruption charge ... discuss

A message to Catholics for Sarah on Team Sarah!Business that support/fund PLANNED PARENTHOODyou can get national and local/regional information at Life Decisions InternationalBasics Office Products,Wh ... discuss

Saint Hildegard, Benedictine abbess, mystic and visionary, lived from 1098 to 1179. She was born at Bermersheim, south of Mainz in present day Germany. She was the tenth child born to a noble family. ... discuss

Q1: I worship at an LCMS church in Minnesota. Here, the ELCA “branch” of the Lutheran Church is dominant. My understanding is that many of their positions are unbiblical, including, their ... discuss

The people who mass-produce statues and holy cards have done St. Aloysius Gonzaga no favors. The standard image of the saint as a frail, doe-eyed novice has given us the wrong impression. It may even ... discuss

From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:An 84-year-old Ohio woman in town for the annual Bead & Button show was beaten and carjacked by a man after she stopped to ask him for directions downtown, accordin ... discuss

In June Crossway will release Colin Duriez’s Francis Schaeffer: An Authentic Life. To my knowledge there are currently no biographies of Schaeffer in print—and certainly none that could ... discuss

I read an interesting article by Michael Craven today about a possible Christian Renaissance. I encourage everyone to read it. Here is the last paragraph.In conclusion, Christians, competent in thei ... discuss

From Citizen Outreach: By: Chuck Muth VOUCHER DEMAND HEATING UP IN OHIO “Applications for Ohio’s state-funded private school vouchers grew nearly 29 percent for the 2008-09 school y ... discuss

As Christians in a secular society, we in some ways occupy a privileged position. We have been immersed in a creative culture -- which the church often frowns on for its content -- and we actually kn ... discuss

Priya VenkatesanTeaching is tough, especially for the thin-skinned and/or mentally unstable.Case in point, from The Dartmouth:Priya Venkatesan ‘90, a former Writing 5 lecturer and research associate ... discuss

From Kitchen Madonna has a byline that reads Let this kitchen be a place where those who hunger may be fed as much with love and understanding as with bread Isn't that a beautiful thought? In an ... discuss

Tuesday of the Fourth Week of EasterToday's Mass Readings"I have told you, but you do not believe. The works I do in my Father's name are my witness; but you do not believe, because you are no sheep o ... discuss

Did you know you can claim up to 6 years in bank charges?Renaissance Easy Claimis a Claims is a Claims Management Firmwith a current client base of over 13,000. They specialise in endowment complaint ... discuss

Charlton Hestonw this happened yesterday, but internet on Sunday isn't really my thing. There's a lot that can be said about Mr. Heston. I primarily think of him as a fine and faithful man, a patrio ... discuss

On March 30, 1968, [Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.] went to Memphis, Tennessee in support of the black sanitary public works employees, represented by AFSCME Local 1733, who had been on strike since Marc ... discuss

For anyone toying with the idea of homeschooling - even if it's just a glimmer on the horizon: First a personal anecdote: I remember a number of years ago my oldest daughter Samantha – back when ... discuss

CVSTOS FIDEI MORNING EDITION Pblc Schl Teacher Speaks on Homeschooling - Eric Pavlat, InsdCthCard. Mahony Honors 20 Years of Dissent - Cal Catholic DailyDemographic Winter & the Barren Left - Steven M ... discuss

Preston, a thrifty 77-year-old spinster who rode the bus and ate frozen meals, died in 2006. But art experts and auctioneers have now completed the sale of the exceptional works hoarded in her modest ... discuss

In 2006, two small paintings by the Italian Renaissance master Fra Angelico reemerged after 200 years. Missing since Napoleon's invasion of Italy, the mini masterpieces weren't found in a museum, a ca ... discuss

Translation of article by Alexander Kissler that appeared in the Süddeutsche Zeitung. German text not on web. Big thank you! Every year, the Pope sends invitations on the Sunday after Epiphany to th ... discuss

Cindy and others are reading through Hazlitt's book Economics in One Lesson, as I've mentioned. YOu can learn a lot reading along and checking out the other blogs that are participating. We are not ... discuss

In addition to the early morning shootings on Thursday, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel notes two shootings that occurred on Wednesday in the city.Teen shot for his cell phoneMan shot in legI wonder ho ... discuss

Want this badge? The 207th Christian Carnival: The Renaissance Edition is up at Diary of 1. ... discuss

Last week someone forwarded me a LifeSiteNews.com another post, so I checked PP Federation's and saw it had over $40 million in investments (click to enlarge): Two points to take away. PP is likel ... discuss

in Venice Italy: "San Clemente Palace Hotel and Resort Venice accommodates in its 200 rooms and suites, majestically furnished and characterised by different decor motifs.In the spaces of the old Cam ... discuss

A distorted and debased science is being used to advance the fraud of global warming. I have been witness to the complete subversion of science in the service of an utterly corrupt new religion ... discuss

Yesterday, Darwin Catholic had a post listing some of Darwin's favorite Christmas recordings.My tastes in Christmas music are very similar to Darwin's. I favor medieval and renaissance Christmas music ... discuss

/em>, a traditional carol set to Celtic music (it sounds like Rocky Road to Dublin in the last part). There is some nice Gothic, Renaissance, Mannerist and Baroque art (among other things) here as wel ... discuss

A lost drawing by Michelangelo, probably his last work, has been found in the Vatican archives, the Pope's newspaper reported on Thursday.Drawn in blood-red chalk in the spring of 1563, less than a ye ... discuss

Just earlier today I was at the supermarket and I picked up Christmas stamps because today I am writing my Christmas cards. They don't carry the Madonna stamp, they only carry the 'Holiday Knit' stam ... discuss

14 November AD 565Justinian, Christian Ruler and Confessor of Christ, was emperor of the East from A.D. 527 to 565, during the time of decline of the Roman Empire. Aided by his beautiful and capable w ... discuss

31 October AD 1517The beginnings of the Reformation came well before its birth date. Renaissance Humanism ushered in an age of classical studies, including the teaching of Greek and Hebrew. This paved ... discuss

Ben Kiernan is fair in Blood and Soil in his treatment of Christians and genocide. But the ones calling for moderation and peace and neighborly treatment, e.g. Erasmus, didn't prevail against those "s ... discuss

Well here’s a huge book list for you. Our book garden has brought forth good fruit. It’s my prayer that your budding olive shoots love and cherish these books as much a our family did…Remember m ... discuss

Celebrating the 125th Birthday of Poland’s Greatest Modern Composer, Saturday, October 13 at 2pm, Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall Featuring: The Penderecki String Quartet; Pianist Anna Kijan ... discuss

Contact: Dane Rose, Program Director, Faith and Action, 202-546-8329 ext. 106., 703-447-1072 cell   WASHINGTON, Sept. 21 /Christian Newswire/ -- Twin brothers Paul and Rob Schenck will celebrate 25 ... discuss

John Omodibo is the bellman at the Atlanta Airport Renaissance Hotel, who kept Thomas Weeks from beating Juanita Bynum any further and possibly kept Weeks from murdering her. His statement to police ... discuss

In my history class this new school year, we’ve just discussed the theories of Machiavelli.  During the Renaissance, he wrote a book of advice about public policy, entitled The Prince.  In The Pri ... discuss

TSC Daily | Jerry Bowyer | September 7, 2007 Renaissance era Vienna was a moral cesspool. Brothels were everywhere, marriage was disappearing and the resultant army of unfathered children created a cr ... discuss

re: Meg Jalsevac: "...Sarkozy explained that such a national rebirth would only be possible through a reform of the French education system. Sarkozy clarified that such a reform must include "rewardi ... discuss

Q: Do you know anything about Lutherans or other post-Reformation Christians having “home altars”? I first discovered this idea in Bo Giertz’s The Hammer of God and recently read abo ... discuss

Q: Where in the Bible does it say about any one getting married and do you have to get married in a church for it to be right in the eyes of God?A: Marriage extends from Adam and Eve through the dawn ... discuss

I'm sure we've all seen this one the cars of liberals:VOTE REPUBLICAN: IT'S EASIER THAN THINKINGA few of us have seen the conservative response:VOTE DEMOCRATIC: IT'S EASIER THAN GETTING A JOBBut yes ... discuss

Here is the second section from the Parents Review, Volume II article, "The Place of Greek in Modern Education." This article was published in 1891 and was written by Oscar Browning. You will find p ... discuss

Take Advantage of Swiss America's latest FREE CD offer, "Rediscovering Gold In The 21st Century" by clicking on the Spinning Gold Icon at the right..(Los Angeles, CA) Well known for his expertise of c ... discuss

Life Decisions International (LDI) will soon release a revised edition of The Boycott List, which identifies corporations that are boycott targets due to their support of Planned Parenthood, the world ... discuss

The following is taken from Volume II of the Parents' Review, a magazine edited by Charlotte Mason. Volume II was published in 1891/2. This article is by Leader Scott, who wrote several other books ... discuss

Lot’s of links, lots of stuff. So many links, so little time. Don’t you worry, I’ve sifted through the chaff to bring you the wheat of the blogosphere. Here’s some of what caug ... discuss

The slogan of the Middle Ages was "Memento mori," or remember death. The skull was a symbolic reminder that all of us will die and all of us will face our Creator. This rather morbid thought served ... discuss

The slogan of the Middle Ages was "Memento mori," or remember death. The skull was a symbolic reminder that all of us will die and all of us will face our Creator. This rather morbid thought served ... discuss

Iris by Bobby Ward,who has the best header of any blog around (make sure your sound is on)IN LITURGICAL TIMEMass readingsA saint for today: St. Aloysius Gonzaga... He grew up in the Renaissance societ ... discuss

Lucky me, I have Nassau Community College an hour away with a department entitled, "The Center for Catholic Studies" run by Dr. Joseph Varacalli, author of The Catholic Experience in America. I was u ... discuss

But here. Someone liked Bush's speech in Prague as much as I did. George W. Bush is the most eloquent president since John F. Kennedy.Let that sink in before reading the qualifiers.Not the best commun ... discuss

Optional Memorial of St. Ephrem, deacon and doctor:St. Ephrem, called "the Harp of the Holy Spirit", is the great classic Doctor of the Syrian church. As deacon at Edessa, he vigorously combated the h ... discuss

Dear Pro-Life Activist,Please attend a Face the Truth Tour this Sunday, May 20 at 10:30 AM in front of the Renaissance Hotel, 202 East Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD 21202.We will be protesting the "Moth ... discuss




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