C C Pecknold

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January 11, 2018
The saint's writings can help Catholics to judge regimes as more or less ideal
August 11, 2017
Modern German Catholic thought is influenced by a heretical view of God's nature
August 10, 2017
Otto von Bismarck, the 19th-century Chancellor of Germany, tried and failed to bring the Catholic Church to heel. He would have been delighted to see its state today. With pews emptying at a great rate, and few priestly vocations, the fact that the Church remains one of the largest employers could only prove that it
January 01, 1970
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January 01, 1970
It seems unthinkable to us today, but for centuries parents allowed their young sons to be sexually mutilated before puberty if they seemed to have great promise as singers. That’s because there was enormous social reward for the castrati. Mutilating an eight- or nine-year-old boy was also a kind of hormonal therapy which had a
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