Manhood, Genuine Christian

Halfway Through The Tunnel: Catholic Manhood In Middle Age

By Rob Marco, OnePeterFive, March 29, 2021 Memento Mori is an ancient monastic expression that has had a bit of a gothy rebranding and promotion in the Catholic underground. Of course, the nomenclature is timeless and sound–we are all going to die, and we should live as if we understand that;... read more

The Vow of Unknowing

By Rob Marco, 1P5, December 18, 2020 In 1968, a Stanford biologist named Paul Ehrlich wrote a best-seller entitled, “The Population Bomb.” The premise: We have surpassed the ability of the earth to sustain life on Earth with our current rate of population growth. Ehrlich predicted that by... read more

Apostolic Letter ‘Patris Corde’: St. Joseph, figure for our time

By Fr. Paul Ariole, Catholic Herald, December 12, 2020 “Do not fear for I am with you…” (Isaiah 41:10); “Be imitators of me, as I am of Christ” (1 Cor. 11:1). These words of the scriptures succinctly summarize the words of Jesus, through the mouth of his servant to the world that... read more

Why Boys Are Failing

By Anthony Esolen, Crisis, February 24, 2020 When he was 13 years old, a mere boy was effectively the American ambassador to Russia, in Saint Petersburg. This was because the lad was fluent in French while his nominal superior, the ambassador himself, was not. The boy had already, at his... read more

VP Pence and Pope Francis discuss US pro-life movement during Vatican meeting

By Courtney Mares, Catholic News Agency, January 24, 2020.- As the March for Life got underway in Washington, DC, Pope Francis and Vice President Mike Pence met in the Vatican Friday to discuss the Church's commitment to the pro-life movement. For Pence, protecting the sanctity of life is... read more